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We Can End Poverty With LADA Group Economics

With $1 trillion in spending power, Black America doesn’t have to wallow in despair, want and disaster say advocates for economic independence.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Blacks live 27 percent below the poverty line, compared to Whites at 10 percent, Hispanics at 26 percent, and Asians at 12 percent. poverty_file2b[1]
Their collective poverty ranking comes despite massive buying power, which advocates insist could be solved with unity and spending discipline.

We’re not poor. We’re just broke. Our money goes in one direction—away from us. We’re some of America’s most conspicuous consumers and there’s tremendous economic leakage in our community, and, we’re an economically illiterate people,” stated George Fraser, CEO of FraserNet Inc., which works to increase opportunities, wealth and jobs for Blacks.

The lack of money recycling in the Black community further evidences the problem.  About five percent of the Black dollar returns to Blacks in seven days, compared to seven months in the Jewish community, according to Mr. Fraser.

If Black America were a nation, it would be the 16th richest in the entire world, he argued. But, Blacks have taken the art of consumption to a whole new level, so while they account for nearly a trillion dollars, principally, it does not recycle, he said.
usa_poverty_02-19-2013[1]“We remain poor because … Slavery taught us to let someone else reap the value of our labor and production and today, we are still more comfortable with someone else doing it. Many of us just want to work for someone else.” —Toure Muhammad, Author/Publisher

According to “The State of the African American Consumer,” a report on Black spending by the National Newspaper Publishers Association and Nielsen, an information and measurement company, Black households spend more on basic food ingredients and beverages, as well as on personal and beauty care. “It’s not how much money you earn, it’s how much money you keep,” Mr. Fraser said.

For the past 25 years, his organization has focused on helping Blacks to become the number one employer of Blacks, recycle dollars and opportunities, and to help build intergenerational wealth. Recently, he helped to create the M.O.S.E.S. Movement.

M.O.S.E.S. stands for Making Ourselves Economically Successful and its goal is to help one million black people to become debt free, excluding mortgage, in the next five years. Members of the movement commit to save at least $50 a month.

Mr. Fraser believes solutions to poverty and want include becoming literate around wealth creation, economic development, and closing the income and wealth gap.

“Do we have the expertise? Yes! Absolutely! There are brothers and sisters all over America that have the economic literacy and expertise to teach us … But we have to marshall the forces, to get our people focused to begin the process of first getting back to the kitchen table then changing the kitchen table conversation so that it is focused on the inter generational transfer of wealth,” Mr. Fraser added.

Today’s Blacks have somehow lost the economic operational unity they had during the Black Nationalist and Civil Rights Movements of the 60s and 70s, said Mark Allen, Chairman of National Black Wall Street Chicago.

Then, it made no difference whether they were talking about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Operation Bread Basket or the Honorable Elijah Muhammad’s Economic Program, he noted. Whether a nationalist or from the Civil Rights Movement the common agenda which united both was they talked about how poor people could use their own spending dollars to create and sustain their own Black businesses and jobs in their own communities, he noted.

“Somehow, during the 80s, we thought we kind of made it and we really lost that focus,” Mr. Allen said, reflecting on the era the Honorable Elijah Muhammad offered his Economic Blueprint to Black America and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. presented Operation Bread Basket.

“The Black man in America faces a serious economic problem today and the White race’s Christianity cannot solve it. You, the so-called American Negro, with the help of Allah can solve your own problem,” The Honorable Elijah Muhammad declared in his 1965 book, “Message to the Black Man in America.”

The truth must be recognized, he continued, that the Black man, himself, has assisted greatly in creating this serious problem of unemployment, insecurity and lack.

“Before the Black man can begin to gain economic security, he must be awakened from the dead and gain knowledge, understanding and wisdom which will enable him to follow my teachings. Islam and only Islam will point the way out of the entanglement of ‘want in the midst of plenty’ for the followers of Islam, the true religion of the Black nation,” The Honorable Elijah Muhammad wrote.

Recognize the necessity for unity and group operation; pool resources physically as well as financially; stop wanton criticisms of everything that is Black-owned and Black-operated; keep in mind jealousy destroys from within, he continued. “Observe the operations of the White man. He is successful. He makes no excuses for his failures. He works hard in a collective manner. You do the same,” he went on.

Blacks, like America must sacrifice to come out of poverty and want, said Min. Farrakhan, during his address on the 17th Anniversary of the Million Man March on October 14, 2012. Min. Farrakhan has urged Blacks to unite and pool their resources to survive.

“What are you, Black America, willing to sacrifice? We have to make some sacrifices, too. If you might say: “I already don’t have nothin’!”—wrong! So wrong! Because according to economists, last year $1.1 trillion came through the hands of Black America. But what did we spend our money on? Where did our money go? How foolishly did we use our resources,” Min. Farrakhan asked.

For Mr. Allen, efforts to help Blacks better manage money include helping to create Black business districts across the country.

“It doesn’t make a difference whether you’re Christian, Muslim, Civil Rights, Nationalist, the answer to almost all our problems right now rely in our economic conditions … Nobody will save us for us but us,” Mr. Allen stated.

He feels while there’s room to challenge the government for resources paid in tax dollars, Blacks must not be afraid to do for self, and they must regain a sense cultural consciousness, he said.

“Right now, the Minister (Minister Louis Farrakhan) has just invested a few million dollars in reestablishing The Salaam on 79th. Beautiful restaurant and all that, but you’ve still got Black people, who live right on the next block, who still either got a phobia or mental breakdown in terms of what is it about this food that is good, that you’ll walk right past it to whatever other restaurant,” Mr. Allen lamented.

“They’ve got fish in here. They’ve got chicken nuggets in here! They’ve got salads in here! So even today, you’ve got this cultural breakdown but what makes you think the food in The Salaam is not just as good as these other restaurants,” he continued.

“You can’t live in a city that has Minister Louis Farrakhan, Rev. Jesse Jackson, home of the president and home of a 40 percent Black city, and you mean to tell me that with all this power, we can’t redirect the economics … It’s economically violent to have a trillion dollars coming out of your hands every day and yet the number one employer of our young people can be the gangs, drugs … And other elements of the street economy. That makes no sense,” Mr. Allen argued.

Even though Blacks have a combined spending pattern of more than a trillion dollars, the money is not equally distributed, noted Dr. Julianne Malveaux, author, economist and commentator.

Just one to 1.5 percent of Blacks earned more than $200,000 a year while other populations earned at least eight to 10 percent, she said.

“The economic downturn has really pointed to a lot of weaknesses that’s structural. It’s not just about the economy turning down but it’s also about the structure of employment. So African American people who are not educated basically are getting the short end of the stick,” Dr. Malveaux told The Final Call.

While job creation and starting businesses are important, it’s equally important that Blacks study future trends and look at vocational and college education to participate in the economy, she said.
According to Alan Jenkins, executive director of the Opportunity Agenda, Americans understand the challenges of poverty better now, than they have in the recent past due to the economic recession’s impact on all racial and ethnic backgrounds.

What’s less understood are the obstacles Blacks and other communities of color face to equal opportunities, he continued.

“There is a lack of understanding that despite the progress we’ve made as a nation, discrimination still exists and there are significant barriers to equal opportunity in terms of quality education, housing, employment and in our criminal justice system,” Mr. Jenkins said.

On one level Americans are experiencing this crisis together but on another, in terms of geographical differences, some places are investing more in greater and equal opportunity, Mr. Jenkins continued. But, particularly in the south, there are fewer economic security protections and fewer civil rights protections, he added.

Toure Muhammad, publisher of the Bean Soup Times, views Black poverty, work ethic and creativity in the historical context of slavery.

“We remain poor because … Slavery taught us to let someone else reap the value of our labor and production and today, we are still more comfortable with someone else doing it. Many of us just want to work for someone else,” Mr. Muhammad said.

While taught early on how to work for or manage a business started by someone else, most Blacks don’t know what it takes to start businesses that will jump start an economy, he elaborated.

“We have had several examples, the two most profound where Marcus Garvey and the most Honorable Elijah Muhammad started multiple businesses that complimented one another based on producing and selling. Even today, we have many businesses but many compete with one another and are not complimentary,” Mr. Muhammad continued.

Count the many Black beauty and barber salons versus the void of Black owned barber and beauty chair designers or comb and brush manufacturers, he said. “Garvey and Muhammad showed what we can do with unity, work and vision. Both were a sign of what can be done,” he argued.

He encouraged people to listen to Min. Farrakhan’s impending  Saviours’ Day 2013 address (themed “Muhammad’s Economic Blueprint: Ending Poverty and Want”). “It really boils down to us learning who we are, producing products and services and then marketing them more effectively than the competition. We can do it. We must do it,” Mr. Muhammad added.

Advocates agree, Blacks can’t continue to let someone else control and dictate their economy. If so, poverty will increase and they will cease to exist, they say.

“But, how can Black dollars recycle if Blacks don’t own anything,” noted Dr. Rosie Milligan, a Los Angeles-based estate planner, author, and speaker. Giving back to the “Blackstream economy” is difficult because Blacks don’t grow or manufacture anything for themselves, she said.

“If you don’t own the bus company, you don’t own the super market, you don’t own the few banks, and we spend a lot of our money particularly on groceries and consumer items, and we own less businesses now than we owned years ago, naturally our condition will get worse,” Dr. Milligan told The Final Call.

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam is on a campaign to raise $10 million to purchase farmland, build schools and create jobs. “Min. Farrakhan is right on the money! But we need to start now. We can’t wait until the drought comes and then start looking and that’s what Black people tend to do,” she added.

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Network economics refers to business economics that benefit from the network effect. It is also known as Netromix. This is when the value of a good or service increases when others buy the same good or service.

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Fixing the Wealth Gap with LADA

FIXING THE WEALTH GAP IN AMERICA WITH LADA

As Congress and the White House wrestle whether to raise taxes for the wealthiest Americans, a new analysis of Census data shows that the wealth gaps between whites and blacks and Hispanics widened dramatically during the recession.

The analysis by the Pew Research Center, released on Tuesday, found that from 2005 to 2009, inflation-adjusted median wealth fell 66 percent among Hispanic households and 53 percent among black households, compared with a 16 percent decline among white households.

Those declines increased the wealth gap between white and minority households to the largest since the census began collecting such data in 1984. The ratio of wealth for whites to blacks, for instance, is now roughly 20 to 1, compared to 12 to 1 in the first survey 25 years ago and 7 to 1 in 1995, when a booming economy lifted many low-income Americans into the middle class.

The wealth ratio for whites to Hispanics was 18 to 1 in 2009, also up from 7 to 1 in 1995, the Pew analysis found.

The declines from the recession left the median black household with $5,677 in wealth (assets minus debts, where assets include items like a car, a home, savings, retirement funds, etc.) and the typical Hispanic household with $6,325. White households, by comparison, had $113,149, the study found.

National Urban League President and CEO Marc Morial called the report a “wake-up call” that minority communities need more investment in long-term job creation.

In the Book of Genesis, which means the book of “beginnings”, we find the expression of a seed principle that runs throughout the scriptures, and a principle that will endure as long as earth. Chapter 8, verse 22 reads, “As long as the earth endures, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease.” In other words, seedtime and harvest, that is “sowing and reaping”, will be as unchangeable and predictable as day and night.

Sowing and reaping is a law, like the law of gravity. The law of gravity always works the same way for everyone. So does the law of sowing and reaping. It’s a fixed principle that God built into his creation. In Galatians 6:7, we are told, “Whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.”

If we would just sow (you reap what you sow) some money into one another (your harvest) by simply recycling dollars (paying it forward) between one another (watering the seed) we would create an extraordinary income (harvest) for all. Create an Asset that will Pay You.

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The LADA Group…3 Things Wall St Not Telling?


1.   GLOBAL ECONOMIES ARE OVER-EXTENDED
The leading economies of the world are in hyper inflation RIGHT NOW.
So what is Occupied Wall Street not telling you?
Governments cannot just print money to stimulate the economy, as banks can only print 10 times the value in cash of the gold in the reserves.
Today they have already gone way beyond that 10 times limit and have no more margin left to risk, as it would cause a paper money melt-down.

2.    THE DOMINO EFFECT OF THE WORLD’S ECONOMIES
All the worlds economies are linked, Occupied Wall Street knows Europe in turmoil and panic, they know it’s just a matter of time, as it only takes just one currency to go pop and the domino effect follows.
Germany, Greece, the United States, Portugal and Ireland are bankrupt or on a knife edge right now.
Want to bet who goes under first? Occupied Wall Street are not speculating on that future, as there is no point in betting which one goes first, it really doesn’t matter, when one goes under, we all go under.

3.    THE BANKS CONSIDER YOUR PAPER MONEY TO BE WORTHLESS
How will you survive when the banks are throwing worthless paper out of their doors to protect their staff from riots?
How long can Occupied Wall Street hush it all up?
Remember Germany not so long ago, when it took a wheel barrow load of money to buy ONE LOAF of bread?
The Stock Market is LOSING approximately 20 BILLION A DAY.
How long have you got?

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Solving Money Problems with LADA

The LADA Way to Solve Money Problems

How do you solve money problems?
1. Stop spending
2. Worry
3. Blame someone or something
4. Give up
5. Go further into debt
6. Sell a possession
7. Become depressed
8. Complain
9. Cheat or steal
10. Hope someone will just give you the money you need

Of course, none of these solutions help you gain more money.
However, this solution is effective.

“I answer money problems with lots of money, not with worry or sadness or impractical hope.” — L. Ron Hubbard

Ecclesiastes 10:19 (NIV)  A feast is made for laughter, wine makes life merry,
and money is the answer for everything.

You solve your money problems by making money. No other approach is a solution. An abundance of money is your only solution.

Money Problems: Only for the poor?

Why are there so many people in the midst of money problems today? Is it really because of high living expenses and the gap between the “haves and the have-nots” driving people to live outside of their means? “Robbing Peter to pay Paul” is the way that many households are run, and one crisis can tip the scales from solvency to disaster.

Many seek financial counseling for answers, and some who take that route do find solutions which help them begin to live within their means. It is also true that financial problems are not entirely confined to those without what is deemed as adequate financial resources — for many with larger incomes also find themselves in the same boat of living from paycheck to paycheck.

Money Problems: Stewardship

Correcting money problems is a matter of being a good steward of the resources we have and allocating those resources in a manner that brings benefit rather than burden. This is a learned skill and begins with the choice to be the master of money rather than allowing money to master us.

We do not break the bad habit of debt through earning more money, but rather we break any habit by replacing it with a better one.

Therefore, in order to correct money problems we must change the way we view and use the money we already have through self-discipline. How do we find the self-discipline it takes to correct our money troubles?

Every freedom we have comes with responsibility, and income is no different. How we use what we are given determines our contentment with what we have, for money does not bring happiness nor contentment. So if we seek to satisfy the desires of our hearts with things then we will always need bigger and better things to satiate us.

Money Problems: Biblical view

The biblical view of money (and indeed the marshalling of our resources) is that we use it for the glory of God (1 Corinthians 10:31). Rather than seeking to gain more and more of what the world has to offer we need to seek after the things of God, and He in turn will supply all of our need.

“But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well” (Matthew 6:33, NIV). “And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus” ( Philippians 4:19, NIV).

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Sowing and Reaping with LADA

The LADA Laws of Sowing and Reaping
In the Book of Genesis, which means the book of “beginnings”, we find the expression of a seed principle that runs throughout the scriptures, and a principle that will endure as long as earth. Chapter 8, verse 22 reads, “As long as the earth endures, seed time and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease.” In other words, seed time and harvest, that is “sowing and reaping”, will be as unchangeable and predictable as day and night.

Sowing and reaping is a law, like the law of gravity. The law of gravity always works the same way for everyone. So does the law of sowing and reaping. It’s a fixed principle that God built into his creation. In Galatians 6:7, we are told, “Whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.”

Essentially, this means that every action has a predictable consequence. If I sow corn, I’ll get corn, not potatoes. If I sow radishes, I’ll get radishes, not squash. If I sow beans, I’ll get beans, not watermelons. It also works the same way in the spiritual realm. If I sow (give away) life to others, I will reap life myself. If I sow provision for others, I will reap provision for myself. If I sow forgiveness toward others, I’ll reap forgiveness for myself.

In Luke 6:38, Jesus assured us that we could count on it. The law of sowing and reaping always works, and it always works the same way for everyone. If you sow bad things, you reap bad things. So He starts off in verse 37 with a warning: “Do not judge!” Guess what happens if you do? You guessed it – you’ll reap judgment. But if you refrain from judgment and condemnation, you’ll escape reaping it from others. And then he goes on to apply this law of sowing and reaping to our giving of material goods: “Give and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.”

This addresses a very human fear, namely, that if I give anything away, I won’t have anything left for myself. Jesus says that just the opposite is true. Give the very thing you need, and you will get more. Not only will you have enough for yourself, but the more you give, the more you’ll be given. The bigger the sowing, the bigger the reaping.
Any farmer knows that. If you want a small crop, you sow just a little seed. If you want a big crop, you sow a lot of seed. And Paul expands on that principle in II Corinthians 9, where he has been encouraging the people of Corinth to give generously to the believers in Jerusalem who were going through a famine and needed help. He says, in verse 6 of that chapter that “Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously.”

In Galatians 6:7, Paul says something very interesting about sowing and reaping. He begins by saying, “Do not be deceived.” The reason he says that is because so many people are deceived about sowing and reaping. And then he assures us that we will reap whatever we sow. So what’s the big deception? It has to do with a lapse in time between the sowing and the reaping. For example, some people sow the sinful deeds of death and then, because they don’t see the immediate consequences, they come to the conclusion that they got away with something. But sooner or later, the law of sowing and reaping will work, because it always works the same way for everyone. Sowing the sinful deeds of death will eventually and inevitably bring a reaping of death and destruction. Violent people reap violence. Unfaithful people reap unfaithfulness. Bitter people reap bitterness. Selfish people reap selfishness. It’s a law, like gravity.

But the deception also works on the other side, with sowing good seed, righteous seed, the seed of generosity and good works. How so? We can sometimes be deceived into thinking that, just because we don’t see immediate results, that the law of sowing and reaping doesn’t work. God promised that if I would give, it would be given to me. But there may be a significant lapse of time between the sowing and the reaping. In nature, if you sow rabbit seed, it takes about 31 days to reap a crop of rabbits. If you sow elephant seed, it takes about 22 months to reap a baby elephant. But sooner or later, you always reap exactly what you sow! And Paul offers these encouraging words to people who spend their lives sowing love, kindness, and generous provision, verse 9: “Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.”

God always invites us to trust Him, and to believe that His only desire is to bless us. He invites us to invest heavily in the things of the Kingdom, and expect that we will, in the end, reap an abundant harvest of righteousness. Some of it will come back to us very quickly. And some of it will come back to us more slowly, but just when we need it.

What we need to understand is that God’s invitation to give generously is an invitation to invest in His purposes. And when we invest in the purposes of God, He always pays us back with interest. Let me demonstrate from God’s creation. When you put one grain of wheat into the ground, how many grains do you get back? Well try it. Pick the stock of wheat that grows from that one grain and count the number of grains in that one head of wheat. Let’s say you got twenty back. So what percentage of interest did you gain on your investment? If you’re slow at math, it’s a 2,000 percent interest on your investment. When’s the last time you earned that kind of interest by leaving you money in a personal saving account in your local bank?

God invites you and me to invest in an unseen kingdom and trust that the reward on our investment will go beyond our wildest dreams. “Good measure, pressed down, shaken together, flowing over will be poured into your lap!” The real key, though, is asking God where he wants us to sow, and then obeying his voice. He’s full of “hot tips!” He knows where the growth potential is! Do you hear the Lord saying to you that sowing into the ministry of Stewardship is a very good investment? If not, then don’t do it. But if you do, then be wise and sow generously, because the more you sow, the more you’ll reap – and that’s a promise! http://recyclingyourdollarsonline.info

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What Is Co-operative Economics? The LADA Group

The Word Co-operative Simply Means To Co-operate Or Come Together And Pool Your Resourses To Service Your Own Consumer Needs.

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The LADA Group Has A Valid Alternative Economic System That Ensures The Recycling Of Consumer Dollars To The Community For Common Unity—A  Progressive Community That Has A Vested Interest In Sustainable And Obtainable  Products And Services For Its People Or Members Of The Community.

Everything Is Member Owned And Member Operated And/Or Community Owned And Community Operated.

Co-operatives Are Collaborative Systems Of  Economics Designed To Empower Each Of The Members Within The Confines Of Its  Cohesive Framework. A Co-operative Exist Not Only To Serve Its Members, But Also To Provide Service To The Community At Large. What Makes Coo-ps Or Co-operatives

Unique Is That The Members Are Also The Owners Of The Businesses Or Enterprises That Are Operating Within The Confines Of Its Communal Structure. Co-operative Economics Is An Autonomous Association Of Persons Working Together For The Mutual Benefit Of All Members Individually And Collectively.

Why Join A Co-op?
There Are So Many Reasons To Join A Co-operative In Times Like These.
During The  1929 Great Depression Of The Failed And Collapsed Economy, The Indigenous Peoples Of Co-operatives Structures Were  Amongst The Elite Few That Were Unaffected By The Collapse Of The Capitalistic  System Because They Were On This Alternative System Of Co-operative Economics.    However, People Whom Were Still Codependent Upon The Government And All Of Its Bankrupt Corporation Were Out Of Work For Several Years And Were Given Less Than Pennies On A Dollar For Their Life Savings.

Nine  Reasons To Join The LADA Group Coop:

 1.      The Capitalist System Has Failed  And Is On The Verge Of Collapse.

2.     Ours  Is A Self-Sustaining System, Which Allows You Access To Great Products And Services, While Profiting From Your Co-op Share.

3.      You Can Share Financial Success Of The Organizations And Enterprises in Our Team Build System.

4.      You Can Be A Part Of A Value And  Principles Based Organization That Puts People Above Personal Gain And Capitalism.

5.      You Can Help Change The Way Business Is Conducted In Your Local Community And Around The World.

6.      You Can Be A Part Of Your Own  Community Owned And Community Operated Structure To Contribute To Your Own Local  Thriving Community. (Connecting Your Contact List in your phone)

7.       You Can Substantiate A Promising Financial Future For Yourself And “You’re” Children.

8.      You Can Have Access To Much More Sustainable Technology And Better Education For You And Your Children.

9.       You Can Be A Part Of A Long Lived  Tradition Of Co-operatives Who Are The World Leaders In Stronger And Healthier Communities.

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