Japan: The World’s Savers Retire


<<< congratulations to the japs for being able to save. many others can’t thanks to kikes in international banking and their political servants>>>

Precisely.

Their propensity to save is exceeded only by their propensity to HIDE those savings, which is exceeded only by their ability to KEEP those savings.

As you will see from the following, there is no other reason other than kikes that we no longer even HAVE Personal Savings, AND that our economic condition is worse, MUCH worse, than the jewsmedia blather will ever fess up to:

Japan

Family Income and Expenditure Survey

2008

Average family receipts in Japan are now FIVE TIMES greater than ours!

JAPAN FAMILY RECEIPTS: $120,740

The OECD estimates that Japan’s GDP per capita has hovered around $30,000 per year over the last decade. With an average household size of 2.52 this is $75,600 per household, consistent with the following Excel spreadsheet from the Japanese government website.

Total family receipts in Japan in 2008 were $120,740, of which $64,907 were income, of which $5,467 or 8.4% were earned by women. Their total cost of government was $15,184 or 12.6% of receipts. The average Japanese family spent $179 or 0.1% for medicine, $229 or 0.2% for securities, and $1,860 or 1.5% for education. The total increase in assets per family was $64,799, with $49,941 in savings and $14,858 for surplus.

This is the AVERAGE Japanese family. Worker families in Japan fare better than that.

U.S. GDP PER CAPITA: $41,657, OR $8,488?

The OECD also estimates that GDP per capita for the United States is $41,657. However, this is not at all consistent with the 2000 Current Population Survey from the US Census Bureau which put median "total money income" for ALL American households in 2000 at only $32,264 , at $21,027 for all Black households, and $23,421 for Hispanic households. This is not just wages and salaries, this is ALL money income, which includes welfare and a whole host of social transfer payments from White MEN to all other "minority" groups. If our GDP per capita actually WAS $41,657, and if there are an average of 2.8 members per household, then our median household income OUGHT to have been $116,340, 3.6 TIMES higher than it actually was. By what sleight of hand have our great white leaders misled us and the world about the true state of our sad economic affairs?

Furthermore, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics estimated than 100.2 million full time American workers earned an average of $29,432 in 2000, with White men earning $34,320, which is 28% higher than the $26,728 earned by full time Black men workers and 70% higher than the $20,176 earned by full time Hispanic men workers. This is a total income of less than $3 trillion, which is a GDP per capita for 274 million Americans of only $10,610 per year, ONE FOURTH of the OECD estimate. 20,572,000 of those full time employees were government employees who should not be counted in GDP just as they were not until relatively recently, and just as they are not in countries like Japan. Removing them places our REAL GDP per capita at $8,488. With 2.7 people per household in the US, family (or "household") income is $22,917.

More than half of American Blacks and Hispanics are not in the labor force at all, so their actual contributions to wages and salaries for Black and Hispanic households were less than $13,364 and $10,088, respectively. Social transfer payments from White employees to Black households were ($21,027 – $13,365) $7,662 and to Hispanic households were($23,421 – $10,088) $13,333, a very strong financial disincentive for White employees to produce. What respectable White man wants to work 42 days each year JUST to earn enough to pay JUST the taxes which fund JUST the social transfer payments JUST to Blacks who HATE them? And another 12 days JUST for Hispanics?

Since 2000, major corporations, huge companies, entire industries, our key jobs, have flooded offshore in record numbers and today we’d be LUCKY if per capita incomes are as much as HALF of what they were then. The US Statistical Abstract reports the following comparison for GDP per capita for selected countries:

2000 2007
Norway 43,921 49,606
United States 39,277 43,267
Netherlands 33,503 36,783
Canada 32,562 36,243
Austria 32,618 36,065
Denmark 31,987 35,213
Sweden 29,364 34,457
Australia 30,022 34,154
Belgium 30,296 33,607
United Kingdom 28,604 33,191
Germany 29,738 32,228
Japan 28,600 31,696
France 28,357 30,724
Italy 27,458 28,434
Spain 24,696 28,079
Korea, South 17,489 23,399

A REAL, HONEST comparison is based on the credible US Census Bureau survey that reported that wages and salaries in the US in 2000 were $29,432 per worker. GDP per capita could not possibly have exceeded $10,610, AND our incomes have DECREASED since this survey was completed. It must also include countries like Qatar, Luxembourg, Kuwait, Brunei, Singapore, and Ireland with per capita incomes MUCH higher than ours:

2000 2007
Qatar $87,600
Luxembourg 79,400
Kuwait 55,900
Norway 53,300
Brunei 51,000
Singapore 49,900
Norway 43,921 49,606
Ireland 46,600
United States 39,277 43,267
Iceland 40,400
Switzerland 40,100
Austria 39,300
Netherlands 33,503 36,783
Canada 32,562 36,243
Austria 32,618 36,065
Denmark 31,987 35,213
Sweden 29,364 34,457
Australia 30,022 34,154
Belgium 30,296 33,607
United Kingdom 28,604 33,191
Germany 29,738 32,228
Japan 28,600 31,696
France 28,357 30,724
Italy 27,458 28,434
Spain 24,696 28,079
Korea, South 17,489 23,399
U.S.A ACTUAL incl. government 10,610 9,549
U.S.A ACTUAL excl government 8,488 9,549

Japanese Annual Average Family Receipts were $120,740 in 2008

Total Japanese Family Receipts $120,740
Income 64,907
Wages and Salaries 61,100
Female (8.4% of family income) 5,467
Social Security Benefits 2,242
Public Pension Benefits 1,935
Receipts other than income (like withdrawal of deposits) 47,136
Expenditures 54,050
Consumption expenditures 38,866
The difference is the cost of government, or taxes 15,184
Direct taxes 5,124
Earned income 1,911
Residence 2,328
Other 886
Food 8,606
Alcohol beverages 407
Eating out 2,006
Housing 3,001
Repairs 637
Electricity 1,080
Gas 725
Furniture 1,162
Clothes 1,742
Medical care 1,320
Medicine 179
Medical services 776
Transportation and communication 5,804
Purchase of vehicles 800
Maintenance of vehicles 2,296
Communication, includes 1gb/sec ethernet speed at $58 per month 1,661
Education 1,860
Culture and recreation 4,136
Other consumption exp. (pocket money, social expenses, tobacco, etc.) 8,669
Personal Savings 49,941
Insurance premiums 3,411
Securities 229
Repayment of housing loans 3,928
Installment purchases 818
Surplus (in addition to personal savings, increase in financial and insurance) 14,858

DOES U.S. RANK 5th, 32nd OR 38th?

Rank Countries Amount
# 1 Luxembourg: $37,499.20 per person
# 2 Switzerland: $36,987.60 per person
# 3 Japan: $35,474.10 per person
# 4 Norway: $35,053.30 per person
# 5 United States: $33,070.30 per person
# 6 Denmark: $30,191.50 per person
# 7 Iceland: $27,473.80 per person
# 8 Sweden: $25,105.50 per person
# 9 United Kingdom: $24,486.70 per person
# 10 Austria: $23,824.10 per person
# 11 Netherlands: $23,770.30 per person
# 12 Belgium: $23,639.50 per person
# 13 Finland: $23,549.70 per person
# 14 Germany: $23,534.80 per person
# 15 France: $22,751.30 per person
# 16 Ireland: $21,846.50 per person
# 17 Brunei: $20,823.10 per person
# 18 Canada: $20,789.50 per person
# 19 Singapore: $20,066.00 per person
# 20 Italy: $19,276.10 per person
# 21 Australia: $19,213.50 per person
# 22 United Arab Emirates: $19,198.30 per person
# 23 Israel: $17,046.40 per person
# 24 Kuwait: $15,992.20 per person
# 25 French Polynesia: $15,023.50 per person
# 26 Bahamas, The: $15,019.20 per person
# 27 New Caledonia: $14,793.00 per person
# 28 Spain: $14,575.70 per person
# 29 New Zealand: $12,639.40 per person
# 30 Cyprus: $12,013.60 per person
# 31 Greece:

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