America’s status quo, ‘dead-in-the-water’ social welfare ‘hand out’ programs keep citizens mired in poverty and do little, if anything, to counter the social decay afflicting the underclass…
Facts and Figures
- Today, the U.S. spends 16 times as much on welfare as it spent in the 1960s—about four times the amount needed to pull every poor family out of poverty—yet the federal poverty rate remains nearly unchanged.
- Total spending at all levels of government on the roughly 80 federal means-tested welfare programs, which provide cash, food, housing, medical care, and social services to poor and lower-income Americans, is over $1 trillion annually.
- Welfare is the fastest growing part of government spending. Between 1989 and fiscal year 2008, means-tested welfare spending increased by 292 percent.
- In 1964, only 7 percent of births in America were outside marriage. Today, this number has climbed to more than 40 percent. Children in single-parent homes are more than five times as likely to be poor compared to their peers in married-parent homes.
The Leviticus 25 Plan grants U.S. citizens the same direct access to liquidity that was provided to major U.S. and foreign banks and insurers during the great financial crisis (2008-2012).
Bloomberg: “Morgan Stanley, facing a crisis of confidence after the fall of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., got a $9 billion injection from Japanese bank Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc. and agreed to take a $10 billion bailout from the U.S. Treasury to shore up capital. As hedge-fund customers pulled funds out of the New York-based firm, it plugged the hole with $107.3 billion of secret loans from the Federal Reserve’s Primary Dealer Credit Facility and Term Securities Lending Facility, set up earlier in the year to supply brokerage firms with emergency financing.”
Peak amount of Debt on 9/29/2008: $107B
The Leviticus 25 Plan is America’s one and only powerhouse economic acceleration plan.
It grants all U.S. citizens the same direct liquidity access and a path to economic liberty.
For Americans living in poverty who wish to participate it offers a life-changing ‘hand up’ out of poverty – to a better life.
The Plan generates $1.02 trillion budget surpluses for each of the initial five years running. It re-ignites America’s economic engine; it reincentivizes work and rewards ingenuity.
It is time for a powerful new economic strategy in America.
The Leviticus 25 Plan 2018 – $75,000 per U.S. citizen