There are certain constants that one would think every American knows. Simple things really, like the idea that something comes from nothing one would think would not be accepted by anyone in this nation. Yet as obvious as this seems, there are many who do not believe facts, but prefer the fallacy of some hallucinations that are impossible to ever comprehend the statement.
Perhaps the reason is as a society we have allowed words of question, to take the place of words of fact. It wasn’t that long ago when someone was attempting to make an ‘abstract’ conclusion of something there were some indications of—but no proof—we called it a hypothesis. The reason, it gave a starting point. This would be followed by developing a test, to prove one way or another is the hypothesis was correct. If a test was conducted, and that test under all circumstances had the same result, then we accepted the hypothesis as truth, and verifiable.
Today we have the new world of scientific insight that is more ‘relative’ in evaluation. Today when we hear scientist make their hypothesis, we don’t call it a hypothesis, we have a new world, which by itself is confirmation to the world of relativist where facts just get in the way. We now have that magic word that identifies every concept known today of science—MAY.
What is interesting about MAY, it never has to be confirmed. It only has to be presented, and if presented more than once under the guise of MAY then becomes absolute and accepted.
Once of the greatest frauds ever committed is the concept of Keynesian ‘economics—or communist monetary policy’ your identification being accepted as doctrine; when any idiot who had ever spent or earned a dime has the knowledge to refute this fallacy.
This is the problem with our government. They spend money that is ‘STOLEN’ from the people, the citizens of this nation with absolutely no regard that dollars spent, represent the ‘LIFE’ of the individual who must pay those dollars.
That sounds perhaps confusing to some; here is the key you must remember. This was identified in our Declaration of Independence—‘endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights among then life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.’ Now in life we trade our amount of life working to make products, work for someone, and do a service, in exchange for wealth. This wealth to make it more transferable, we use dollars as a medium. We get away from barter, my cow for your pigs, as it is inconvenient, and impractical for large economies. So we trade our life for dollars, our dollars for goods we purchase, and we pursue our happiness doing what we wish. Simple plan is it not?
So dollars have value to people—for they have invested life to obtain those dollars.
Now let’s examine Keynesian’s hallucination, and if you remember this you can explain to those who have doctors of Economics, that believe in this fallacy of ‘DEMAND’ side economics; some say GOVERNMENT’ economics why it is in error.
Keynes had this hallucination: if the government puts dollars into the economy—for no exchange of life by the recipients for those dollars—then by them purchasing will stimulate the economy. Now where do these dollars come from? Interesting this question isn’t asked. Is it from some stockpile of dollars the government has hidden in some ‘National Treasure’ the rest of society does not know about? Or is it that just say, let’s print some more money, or better yet, lets borrow from the federal reserve that can then charge us interest on the money we borrow—and they will have the treasury print it for their purposes. Starting to cloud the picture and remove reality a bit? If not, then you’re not engaging your mental processing.
Let’s begin at the point of someone coming into your store, or your business, and trading one of these dollars to you for your effort. They got the dollar from the government, which has not value or life to make that dollar of value. Now you accept that dollar and give part of your life, you wealth for that dollar. Now what did you just do? You are the one that made that dollar have value—when you gave the good of service—and took the dollar in exchange. So now, did the government do something good or bad? Let’s see—you took a plugged nickel, and gave something of your life…your wealth…for that dollar. So why didn’t you just print that dollar from your effort, why did someone else benefit from the dollar you made of value?
Someone in this event is being played as a sucker, starting to get the idea who it is?
But we have not completed the travesty of Keynesian insanity.
Keynes’s hallucination was that in downturn of the economy, when the government stimulates—by printing money you made of some value when used—must when times get better take the money back out of circulation. Now here is where anyone who bought into this should have their head examined. Would not the first question be; how is it that government get money? Do they just show up at banks late at night with an 18 wheeler and take what they want—after all they created it, perhaps it is theirs!
Or do they just wait for those who have so many extra of these dollars they paid for with their lives, they just send them back to the government, for they were worthless when they started—but forgetting the fact that you paid part of your life for them? I don’t know any who do, so if you do, you’ve some very wealthy friends.
No the government gets their money back by—taxing the people directly and indirectly.
So let’s see, you the citizen made these dollars valuable by exchanging your life for worthless paper. So now the dollar has value, provided by you. The government needs to pay back the debt, they took out in your name—as the good old sucker the American taxpayer—that has to be paid back with what? Oh that’s right with the dollars you put value in—to the bank that made the dollars, putting in no value.
Now if you can’t see the fallacy of this—then perhaps this nation is doomed.
It doesn’t work, it has never worked, and now that you can make the measurements of why—the exchange of your life to make value—you should be able to explain this to anyone. Anyone that is who can do numbers…that excludes both our congress and the administration, and the bureaucracy, but anyone who has ever exchanged life for wealth should understand you as plain as if you were putting the light of the sun upon economic reality.
There is one caveat that you must also realize. In the world of hallucination, they say, well the Gross Domestic Product went up, so the economy is doing better, see it worked!
Before you demand a drug test, think of this reality—it is a little thing called inflation. Now what inflation does is hide realty from all who are ignorant, in not only economics, but in about everything else…you’ll even find they vote democrat.
When the government puts these dollars into circulation, without the value of life attached to them—those who have the money could care less how much they spend for anything. Why should they worry, money comes from government, all I have to do to get money…my only work in this process…is vote for those who will give me more (now I’d like to say that is only the Democrats, but far too often it is those who are supposed to save the republic, the Republicans that come up with these hair brained schemes) as they will ‘GIVE’ me more money, that I have no requirement to either exchange my life for—or pay back tomorrow.
These results in prices go up—for if idiots and anyone who pays more for a product than it should be creates economic turmoil—as those who have no skin in the game, or even have exchanged their life for that wealth; what does it matter?
As costs rise, inflation occurs, the measurement of dollars is greater, even with less economic vitality. So the ‘DOLLAR’ measurement can be more—as the Keynesians observe—but the actual value is less.
Our nation is in trouble. That is a fact that is so obvious it is beyond comprehension those in charge do not see it, and those who vote are clueless.
The greatest destruction of this nation is occurring with the fiscal—the spending by the government, in programs of insanity—and the monetary policy—the making of dollars of no value that are made of value by the citizens in society—both aimed at debauching our currency, and destroying that very wealth, the measurement of any American’s pursuit of happiness.