Yesterday, 3 a.m. London time, I received over 1200 visitors to my website, mostly from Seattle. Normally I get about 300-400 visitors per day. I wonder what's up.
Recently I have written in my blog my views that (a) China has had a soft landing, and their economy will continue to grow domestically and, as things improve in other parts of the world, internationally.
(b) that the U.S. will be in a strong position when it comes to the fiscal cliff if Mr Romney is in charge.
Yesterday I watched the CNBC interview again, and I was deeply impressed that Brother Romney is indeed a deeply religious man, and he actually has an innate agenda of peace, which should auger well for the world, especially the Middle East. Once peace is enjoined by diplomatic methods in that region, people can work hard and prosper and have sound sleep, not worrying whether one of their neighbours is going to mount an assault overnight. I sincerely believe Iran is not in a position to have enough centrifuges to enrich sufficient uranium for an atomic bomb, and the intelligence that they are at least four years away is probably correct, even if we disregard the fact that they have always stated that it is for an alternative energy strategy, which would help that golden country develop even further.
Within the course of the next four years, the U.S. President will have ample time to modify the foreign policy in line with the emerging world picture, which of course will be influenced by his stance. The world will respond according to how safe they feel in different nations, and here I feel if Mr Romney is in charge, just by his very genuinely peaceful being, I believe the world will too respond peacefully to him and the U.S., and that will do wonders for free trade, movement of goods, and thereby a stronger continuation of the worldwide economic Recovery.
In his closing words in the debate, Mr Romney give an impression of his likely agenda, namely, the pursuit of peace by diplomacy and other channels with war being the last resort; the creation of 12 million jobs, and the strengthening of the U.S. presence abroad through greater and perhaps much-needed investment in the services.
I have an affinity for Mr Romney as he is a Bishop in the Church of Latter-Day Saints. I gather that he is a deeply caring man, with family and community and God as the centre for our life. With such a man in charge, and much work and many things needed around the world, Mr Romney's presidency would become a time of growth, peace and prosperity. That I truely believe, and I wish Mitt Romney total success in his cherished dream.