EWang wrote:2. Encourages the creation of an organization under the United Nations called the Discretionary Spending Evaluation Committee (DSEC) that:
1. Can suggest to each nation associated with the United Nations on the first three most important areas(decided by the organization) of discretionary spending that should be cut back on by 2015 so that:
• Nations can effectively reduce spending;
•Reduce their dependency on foreign nations for funding;
2. Additional three areas of discretionary spending that should be limited on per nation will be suggested by the DSE every three years afterwards if deemed necessary;
3. Suggests that nations cut expenditures in the areas mentioned by the DSEC;
Jesus (Or Moses, Abraham, Muhamaid, or any of those other guys), what the heck did I say to you guys before. If your going to do a section like this, give the job to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Come on man, don't give a job like this to an organization that doesn't have a basic feel for the international economic market as this does involove. One of the IMF's jobs is to sucure fincal and economic stability in an international econonomy. The IMF also already offers fincal and econmoic advice to contries in certain areas like this one as well. I think that instead of wasting money to do a job thats already in the process of being worked on, ask the IMF to help out and ask if they would accept these goals.