What is our future in a world where economic illiteracy—illiteracy lower than levels of ideocracy—is so convoluted, that reason is out of the question?
Was it not Lincoln who told us: “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.”
If this is fact—then how is this nation so absolutely fooled that the economic policies of this administration are not only horrible; but have not one example of ever working, and in this nation are destroying the very credibility of our nation’s wealth?
The stock market is higher than ever! Is this true? Then explain to me why it is up? Why do we live in a nation where the government lies—where the press lies—where our academic environment is spreading lies in concepts, and advancing ideologies foreign to this nation’s form of commercialism; and this nation—because of our absolute ignorance—has those who say nothing?
When the government controls the economic activity of a nation it is called “communism.” It is not government priming the pump, another economic fallacy that has no example of every working. It is not monetary policy of making sure there is enough money available to conduct the nation’s business. Is it not fiscal policy of the insanity of government intrusion into the economy, that this nation’s government was, and is not authorized by any rules of conduct—accept the “anti-Constitutional” legislation passed by our absolutely incompetent congress—not of our design. It is what it is, “communism;” and it is about time we identify this administration’s policies what they are!
The press tells us the market is up and we are doing great!
Here is a question; if the purchasing power of the dollar is less than ½ of what it was 5 years ago; how much has the stock market gone up?
Should we not make some comparative with a value for our money’s buying power? Is not in our society Gold the standard that our society has as a barometer of the “value—wealth” of our currency?
Here is the chart—a government chart—which makes it suspect right there. What does it show; it shows that the tsunami of absolute irrational monetary policy of government placing money, in the form of currency or zero’s on bank accounting ledgers—the purchasing power, the wealth of the dollar is sinking like the Titanic, and the American public is oblivious.
Magnifying this insanity is the clones of absolute ignorance being placed into our society with ideologies that refute monetary reason. Yesterday in the bank, the banker actually said to me; we can improve the economy by increasing demand.
Now he was absolute, learned, from the academics of University of Texas—our liberal social engineering, anti-white racist, anti-commercialism, advocates of communism; we have right here in the river city of Austin.
How can anyone, anyone with reason believe that if one makes by placing buying demand into the economy—without an equal amount of products that can be purchased—can only lead to the inflation of prices, the increase of taxation because of the higher number, not the higher wealth of numbers of dollars, and the destruction of any wealth people possessed—is beyond reason of a man on the street; not one who is educated.
Economic illiteracy is only one of our problems. With these concepts of absolute insanity being advanced by a government as equally illiterate as our populace; what is our future?