[ExI] Economy: "The Big Takeover"

Dagon Gmail dagonweb at gmail.com
Thu Mar 26 00:53:49 UTC 2009

> > the quantity of money available, who will receive it and how much it will
> > cost to him.
> > Money is needed in any minimally complex free market, but when the money
> is
> > controlled by the government and have not material value, the market is
> not
> > free. Unfortunately, the government is not able in any way to manage any
> > minimally complex economy. So, as usual, its meddling will only cause
> > damages.
> > Calling the US a free market is not correct until the FED. is able to
> decree
> As I explained before, the Federal Reserve Bank in the US (and the
> central bank of many other countries) is not strictly controlled by
> the Government, in the same way that the courts are not controlled by
> the Government. This was ostensibly done in order to prevent party
> political meddling with the currency and monetary policy. Of course,
> both the Fed and the courts are not in fact as independent of
> Government in practice as they are supposed to be in theory.

So communists can't be trusted to keep their paws from the cookie jar. Then
the fascists
raided the kitchen and pigged out. And now the capitalists have been caught
chowing down
on the green stuff. What system will make absolutely sure there aren't
people so far removed
from accountability and oversight that they, drunk with entitlement, start
binging and
partying on a boat <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7yfISlGLNU>?
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