So, today in The UK Telegraph has published a story by Graham Ruddick who says British Prime Minister, David Cameron has hailed an agreement by politicians of G20 countries, in which politicians somehow will increase the sum of GDP of the respective G-20 countries by US$2,000 billion in a scant three years.
If politicians can magically raise GDP by US$2 trillion in total through December 31, 2017, beginning January 1, 2015, which comes to US$666.66 billion a year, then why haven't they done so already?
Why have they waited for seven years, since the collapse of peak GDP at the end of Q4 2007?
What has held back all of these G-20 politicians from expressing their genius for masterfully steering economies for the last seven years?
Outside of overtaxing everyone productive to fund execessive borrowing, which politicians freely spend on welfare to keep power and on subsidy to pay off financiers, politicians don't know how to do anything else, except lie.
Adding US$2 trillion in three years to G-20 GDP would be the same as creating from scratch and bring up to the 21st century two new countries equal to Australia and New Zealand today. Never mind that it has taken effort over 226 years to get Australia where it is today and at least 199 years of effort to get New Zealand where it is today.
The alcohol must have poured like a spring-melt river at the recent all-out party for G-20 do nothings held in Brisbane, Australia.