Posted To RWER Blog Regarding What Economists Have Missed

1) Macro-economically the rate of change in credit must always go up or you go into recession according to Steve Keen, yet as that means debt service consequently continuously rises you’re stuck between a rock and a hard place in a rigged cost inflationary monetary system.

2) This is the exact same calculus that C. H. Douglas correctly came to from his cost accounting micro-economic perspective characterized by his statement that “the rate of flow of total costs exceeds the rate of flow of total individual incomes simultaneously created to liquidate them.”

3) Economists have iconoclastically analyzed and de-bunked macro-economics 15 trillion times from the middle….and almost totally neglected and/or totally missed that the real problem is the monopolistic monetary and financial paradigm of Debt Only, that’s ONLY AS DEBT…WHICH ALWAYS MUST GO UP….WHICH WHEN ALL FACTORS ARE CONSIDERED ALWAYS INCREASES COSTS….WHICH MEANS THE SYSTEM IS COST INFLATIONARY…WHICH MEANS A MEANS (READ MONETARY AND FINANCIAL PARADIGM CHANGE) MUST BE FOUND TO COUNTER THE PRESENT PARADIGM…NOT JUST TO CREATE AN EQUILIBRIUM WHICH IS PALLIATIVE, STATIC AND LAGGING, BUT TO CREATE “THE HIGHER FREEING, INTERACTIVE, DYNAMIC, FREE FLOWING AND ETHICAL MONETARY DISEQUILIBRIUM, AND BENEFICIAL PRICE AND ASSET DEFLATION WITH A HIGH PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT/REBATE MONETARY POLICY AT BOTH THE POINT OF RETAIL SALE AND NOTE SIGNING….WHICH IS THE VERY EXPRESSION OF THE NEW PARADIGM OF DIRECT AND RECIPROCAL MONETARY AND FINANCIAL GIFTING.

Economists are extremely intelligent and erudite, but when it comes to paradigm perception and solutions they tend to be “dipsticks”.

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