Stability Pact: the euro and its stability (Part 3)

The labour market
The economic indicators are pointing upwards the labour market is thriving. Nevertheless, appearances are deceiving. Almost all major industrial nations stuck in the swamp of debt. The debt in Germany is 1.7 trillion euros – equivalent to 20,920 euros per capita. Interest payments are now the second largest item in the federal budget. Here are some questions that should be discussed more seriously:
Why is there no BGE?
Why do we pay people for unproductive or negative performance?
Why is not our aim to reduce any excess labour job?
Why do we make life so difficult though it might be that simple?
Why you can give financial promises for the future without asking those who have to pay for it?