Reply to A Poster on RWER Blog


“to whom is your question “What are your policies?” directed?”

Anyone and everyone here.

“If you are asking it to the people who read your “comments” (or expressions of your policy), please know that no responses are their replies.”

Yes, I’m aware of that. I’m also aware that new paradigms are never generally perceived let alone accepted by even the most intelligent and iconoclastic for many reasons the two most important probably being that 1) they are unconsciously inured to the present one and 2) paradigms being the penultimate integrative phenomenon where a SINGLE concept is so deep that applied it resolves the major problematic complexities of the current paradigm and so transforms the PLURALITY of an entire pattern….most are not willing to chance agreeing/affirming a new paradigm for a variety of reasons like ego, fear of loss of reputation and respect, scientism and not recognizing that science is a subset of Wisdom and on and on, and 3) a consequent atrophy of and unwillingness to practice the integrative process AKA Wisdom…which also describes the phenomenon of a paradigm change as in #2.

“Many readers do not believe that your simple solution does not solve everything at all. It is not a logical response but they know by experience that real-world are not as simple as that its problems can be solved by any simple “policies”.

1) I’ve never said the new monetary and financial paradigm will resolve every economic problem….only its deepest and most urgently important to resolve ones. That’s why I have recommended regulations to stabilize and protect it from the likely gamers of it

2) I HAVE cited the psychological fact that when a neurotic resolves their major conflict numerous seemingly irrelevant behaviors tend to dissipate and resolve as well, and economics being a humanly devised system this same phenomenon will likely manifest

3) Simple is not the same thing as simplistic. Simple can be deep…as in the phenomenon of genuine paradigm changes and

4) one of the signatures of new paradigms is the discovery of a new tool and/or insight like the telescope and discovery of the ellipse…and the integratively problem resolving power (for instance of the problems of individual monetary scarcity, systemic austerity and the inflationary tendencies of advanced economic systems) of a price and monetary policy specifically at the point of retail sale

5) As I have said many times here the leading reform movements all circle about money, debt and banks which is a giant hint that this is where the problem actually lies. All that is needed is an honest and courageous recognition of the insight in #4

So lets have some (other and equally resolving) policy recommendations from ….someone.

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