Free Enterprise Is Under Attack

The Economic Coalition of Free Choice Is Pleased to Announce a Special Invitation-only Livestream

Today at 1:00 pm EST!

Hosted by Global Partnership Exchange

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Confirmed Guests

U.S. Senator James Lankford (R-OK)

Invited Guests

U.S. Senator Rick Scott, (R-FL)
Rep. Cathy Anne McMorris Rodgers, (WA-5)

Co-Sponsored by the National Federation of Christian Businesses, and the American Family Business Alliance PAC

INTRODUCTION FROM MARC NUTTLE

Dear fellow business owner,

My name is Marc Nuttle. I’ll be straight with you.

Our free enterprise system is in trouble right now.  It’s not just a crisis of politics. It’s a series of extraordinary circumstances that demand extraordinary solutions.

America’s survival as a free country is literally on the line.

Even before Covid-19 the world was in transition. Free market economies have been cross-pressured from cultural, economic, and political forces for decades.

Paramount among those threats is the scale and scope of government debt. Governments have run up huge deficits for so long that the amount of sovereign debt is quickly approaching the world’s entire economic output. It’s unsustainable.

Technological innovation, consumer trends, and massive cultural shifts are also impacting this economic transformation; greater even than the industrial revolution of the 19th century.

Normally, we’d have decades to adapt to this kind of transition. Covid has collapsed the time we have from 20 years to 18 months.

That means the work force will forever be transformed. New trade alliances will be established, and old ones disrupted. Most alarmingly, the way governments manage their debt may result in the end of free enterprise and the destruction of western economies.

The United States and China are two competing economic systems that are squeezing many smaller countries in a currency debt vice.

The World Economic Forum in Davos is openly advocating worldwide, cooperative socialism as the answer to meet the challenges of the expedited transition nations now face.

The next U.S. Congress and Presidential Administration will decide whether America cooperates with European planners to pursue a more socialist system, or whether we continue as a mostly free economy.

Some senior advisors and appointees of Joe Biden are urging him to move toward a European and Chinese socialist model. They’re telling him these government programs will be temporary, only in force until the Covid pandemic passes.

But as the great free-market economist, Milton Friedman, used to say, “There is nothing so permanent as a temporary government program.”

If the progressives advising Biden get their way, the socialist solutions they’re suggesting will no doubt become a permanent problem for America’s businesses, especially family-owned businesses.

China is pushing the world toward more socialism because it moves the center of gravity to their Communist side of the economic scale.

But socialism eliminates small and family-owned businesses from the system. It’s not just ideological, it’s structural. Small family-owned businesses are too independent of the government standardization required by centrally planned economies. They are too disruptive to coexist peaceably with the kind of socialist economic system promoted by the Chinese Communists and their friends in other countries.

We cannot afford to be bullied into complacency. You and I have an obligation to protect the right of a free people to decide their own economic destiny – and that includes the right of family business owners to operate.

Global Partnership Exchange was established to help small businesses worldwide find, connect, and trade with one another. The right to make your own free choice economic decisions and operate your business is critical to the operation of a free economy, society, and culture.

As we move through this compressed economic transition it will soon threaten the economies of every country in the world, it’s important we establish new methods of government debt management, business payment systems, and global commerce. It’s also critical we guarantee the availability of the products and services your business needs to survive.

This isn’t an abstract problem. It will be realized in full force and effect in 2021.

In fact, the first skirmish, and challenge, in war for the soul of our economic freedom is already on us. It is the Senate runoff election in Georgia scheduled for January 5th.

Will Georgia’s voters elect candidates who support the small business way of life, or will they elect Senators ready to side with the progressives in Europe, China, and other world capitals who want to drive us toward socialist solutions — and tap the wealth of the United States to pay for those solutions?

Every government in the history of the world has tended to gravitate toward more central control as time goes on. That’s especially so when they face crisis and trouble. And no year in 7 decades has seen more crisis and trouble than this year.

The pressure to jettison freedom, and turn toward government solutions is greater than it’s been in our lifetimes — maybe greater than ever in our history.

And yet freedom is the only answer to address the problems presented by a worldwide debt cliff, a global pandemic, and a crisis in cultural confidence.

Free markets have lifted more people out of poverty than any other economic system in the history of the world. The truth is the world has never been wealthier than it is right now, thanks mostly to American economic free choice.

And yet the people of the world have never been unhappier either. They’ve never been more stressed, or more willing to move toward radical change.

There are 30 million small businesses in America. 20 million of them are family owned. In all, they employ more than half of the non-farm workforce in our country. They account for half the Gross Domestic Product or economic output of our nation. And of all the new jobs created in America, 80% of those jobs are created by small businesses.

It’s madness to pursue a socialist agenda to deal with the world’s debt problems and health crisis at the expense of small business. Why in the world would we eliminate businesses that account for half the jobs and 80% of the new job growth in our economy?

Why?

Because family-owned businesses are independent of government planned economies. They can’t be forced into a standardized model. They don’t look to government to solve their problems, create their markets.

As a result, those who want more government control are insensitive and uncaring about preserving economic free choice.

It’s insanity, but it’s exactly what a very large number of progressives in the Congress and the Biden-Harris camp seek. They’re not alone. A great many large multi—national corporations, other governments, and world associations like the United Nations want to end or inhibit small businesses as well.

And so, as a conservative, a business owner, a lawyer, and an economist, I’ve founded Global Partnership Exchange to organize small business in the United States and around the world to push back and defend against this new socialist movement.

I envision Global Partnership Exchange not just as a group, but as a movement that will bring together business owners who love freedom worldwide.

For a few years, I put my business and law practice on hold to become an executive with the National Federation of Independent Business because I wanted to help other small business owners grow their businesses like I was able to do.

But now I believe all our businesses are in great jeopardy due to the “Great Reset” as the plan is called by the World Economic Forum from Davos, Switzerland.

And it starts in Georgia with the run-off elections coming up on January 5th.

Fighting the likes of Soros, Biden, Harris, Pelosi, and all the other big government progressives, and one-world internationalists is going to be a long process. One battle won’t win the war.

But Georgia is a battle we can’t afford to lose. If we do lose, then even the few moderates left in our governing elite won’t be able to hold back the tide of radicalism we’ll see coming from the likes of George Soros, the Davos Economic Forum, and the progressives on the Biden-Harris team.

That’s why I’ve asked Senator James Lankford to brief us on what’s really going on in Washington DC and what we can do about it.

We’ve also invited U.S. Senator Rick Scott and Congressman Matt Gaetz.

Senator Scott is an entrepreneur who served as Governor of Florida before being elected to the Senate. He’s also the incoming Chief of all the Senate Republican campaigns for the 2022 races.

Matt Gaetz is also a business owner. He sits on the armed services committee in the House of Representatives.

And, as the host of the event, I’ll be on as well to talk a little further about the worldwide economic threat that jeopardizes our future as business owners and our freedom as Americans, and what we can do about it.

This event is scheduled for December 17, at 1:00 pm Eastern Time,  12 noon Central, and 10 am Pacific. You can participate on your personal computer from wherever you are.

I urge you to attend.  This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn what is really happening, and what we can do to protect our businesses and the future of our country and our families.

I look forward to seeing you Tuesday, December 17.  Thanks for reading this letter. And let me thank you in advance for participating.

Sincerely, 

Marc Nuttle
President, Global Partnership Exchange

Paid for by the Global Partnership Exchange and the American Family Business Alliance. Not paid for by any candidate or candidate’s committee.