Phonies

Why is immigration occurring, and why is Rishi Sunak a phony?

Rishi Sunak, of course, is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and he has training in economics.

He is a Goldman Sachs boy, so you would expect him to know something about economics.

Newsflash! He does.

So why is he a phony?

And for that matter, why are our Wall Street titans and leaders phonies?

And what does this have to do with immigration?

Our leaders, and Rishi Sunak, are phonies because they know why immigration is occurring, and because they’re going to let it happen while pretending to care and do something about it.

They are letting it happen because immigration is a deflationary event.

You see, they want immigration to occur in order to combat the money printing scam that they’ve been conducting for the past 20 years.

They’re only pretending to care about the hordes flooding across our borders.

Oh, yes, it’s not just occurring in the United States, it’s occurring in the United Kingdom also as immigrants flood across the English channel.

For the past 20 years, our leaders have been printing and wasting money on foreign wars and COVID-19, which are nothing short of money extraction schemes from the working class people.

The rich got really rich off the wars in the Middle East and the wars against COVID-19.

Corporate America and Corporate Britain made a fortune.

The rich got really rich.

Unfortunately, for them, all good things must end.

What happens after war is that you’re stuck with inflation.

Production necessarily slows down and you are stuck with too much money chasing a relatively smaller amount of goods.

Supply chain disruptions don’t help either.

Inflation is affected by the ratio of eco-available money divided by eco-available people and the stuff they produce.

Knowing this, you can combat inflation by either raising interest rates, which decreases the supply of eco-available money, or you can increase the number of people.

You could also increase the productivity of people, but, of course, that would entail the ability to do so through manufacturing. Too bad our leaders farmed that out, eh?

Another way to combat inflation would be to increase the number of people by increasing the birth rate, but this might take some time.

Our leaders, who don’t want to be punished and criticized for the inflation that they produced, usually want a quicker solution.

One way to do that is to allow more people into the country.

Thus immigration.

More people suck up more available money, which means you have less money chasing the goods that are being produced.

More people also increases productivity as you have more people available to make more stuff.

This also helps to combat inflation.

Our leaders surely know thus.

As does Rishi Sunak.

And if they don’t, then why are they our leaders?

As people in both countries, the United Kingdom and United States, protest the massive immigration, the leaders of both countries pretend to care.

They pretend to want to do something about it.

But they don’t care.

They’re playing a game with you.

They are phonies.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Four Days in Hell

Is there anything more absurd and unworkable than the four day work week?

This is what they are experimenting with in the United Kingdom.

I can’t see the workability of this.

What is the purpose of it?

What is the purpose of work?

Is the purpose of work to gain enough money so that you can sail, hunt and fish?

Is time off the natural state of man?

Or is there a greater purpose to work?

The true purpose of work is to add value to society and your life.

Man possesses in him a need to contribute and therefore make life meaningful.

Without that contribution, men become depressed and angry.

They feel useless.

Man needs to contribute meaningfully as surely as he needs to breathe.

Does the four day work week contribute to that?

Is going from five days a week to four days a week the same as going from six days a week to five days a week?

Or by doing so do we pass over to the other side of the curve where giving people more time off is counterproductive to their lives?

I will argue that we do.

Is work to you a necessary drudgery that you only do because you have to?

The four day work week with three days off approximates that mentality.

While it may seem to be a good idea initially, the four-day worker will soon come to view work as paying taxes.

It will soon come to pass that four day workers will become more angry when they have to work.

They will come to view work with contempt.

And it will show in the quality of their work.

If the four day work week comes to America, expect to see lower quality products and lower quality service.

People will come to work not because they want to be there, but because they have to be there.

They will begin to look at work as punishment.

They will also begin to feel more unhappy about themselves and their lot in life.

Expect to see suicides go up.

Expect to see depression go up.

Expect to see violence go up.

Expect to see child abuse go up.

Expect to see crime go up.

Expect to see drug abuse go up.

With a four day work week, expect to see a cheapening of life in society.

Then there is the workability of this in fields like healthcare.

How will the four day week work in pediatrics?

Children get sick every day of the week. People don’t stop getting sick because the government orders it.

They need to see the doctor.

Are we going to tell them to lost get lost on Friday, Saturday and Sunday?

Is the doctor going to sit there and handle numerous calls on Friday while his staff is sitting around the swimming pool drinking a beer?

Or is the doctor going to hand off this responsibility to the emergency room on these extended weekend days?

If so, then, continuity of care is lost.

You essentially then need two teams to handle a patients care.

Now, of course, the doctor already needs support from the emergency room and various night clinics, but you want that support to be ancillary, not a full-time alternative to what you normally are supposed to be doing during the week.

If the doctor is only there, four times a week, patients will soon begin to question why they even need to come to the regular doctor in the first place.

We already have that problem to a certain degree already.

If patients start viewing the emergency room, and night clinics as the true source of healthcare, then vital tracking of growth and vaccines will be lost.

Too many cooks spoil the broth.

For healthcare to be optimal you need one person to be in charge.

That will be lost in healthcare with the four day work week.

How about the field of law?

Judges already have enough cases in their dockets. They’re overloaded. How will a four day work week benefit them?

Okay, how about Amazon? We all use Amazon.

Is Amazon going to hire more workers so that they can work fewer hours? If so, what kind of chaos will that add to the workplace? What kind of added workload will that present to their human resources department? Isn’t it better to have fewer workers who know their job than multiple workers who may not know their job?

The same argument can be used for just about any type of business.

Throw in a labor shortage, and what you have is an absurd and unworkable society.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Taxing the Rich: A Phony Game

Taxing the rich is a phony game promoted by the wealthy to pacify the poor, to fool the poor, to rip off the poor.

It’s also designed to keep the middle class from earning enough money to oppose them – the rich.

The rich control the minds of the poor.

They always have.

To begin with, the upper middle-class are not rich.

Someone making $250,000 a year or $1 million a year is not rich.

Mark Cuban is rich.

Jeff Bezos is rich.

Elon Musk is rich.

These people are worth billions and billions of dollars.

Someone making $1 million a year is not rich.

Nevertheless, the game continues.

Every fucking year we play the same game of taxing the rich.

Let me buy you a ticket on the clue train.

What counts is not the tax rate but the number of dollars that you make.

Who cares if the super rich are paying a 40% tax rate on income over a million a year (they’re not). They are making hundreds of millions of dollars a year.

That still leaves them with an enormous amount of booty each year

That is a bad thing because they use that extra money to buy off politicians and influence policy. The problem there is that they don’t know what the fuck they’re talking about.

What we want to do is increase the amount of money that the poor and the middle class are making.

Unfortunately, that is not rising in proportion to the amount of money that the rich can make.

The tax rate means nothing.

The tax rate doesn’t equalize anything.

If it did, we still wouldn’t have all this massive polization of wealth.

Duh.

Look here, the average line worker at GM in the early 1970s could make $70-$75,000 a year in inflation adjusted dollars without a college education. Plus they enjoyed all sorts of benefits.

That’s not the case for the average worker at Starbucks today who can barely make half that.

What we want to do is create an economy where more people are making more money

That’s not going to happen by raising taxes on middle-class people.

Nor is it going to happen by raising the tax rate on the super rich.

What we need to do is focus on getting more people more money in relation to each other.

Taxing the rich with higher rates is a diversion from what really needs to be done.

We need to stop raping the poor by allowing CEOs and their henchman from awarding themselves stupendously large salaries and stock option packages.

Thank you, Leo Iacocca.

We need to forbid these computer jerkoffs in Palo Alto from “earning” these tremendously large salaries. There’s not a shred of justification for this. Is a computer programmer adding more value than a neurosurgeon? I doubt it.

We need to put a halt to sports personalities and entertainment stars ripping off the public by charging outrageously enormous prices for their services.

We need to place limits on how much celebrities charge for endorsements. You pay for their ill gotten wealth when you pay more for the products they are pitching.

Why can’t we do that? We don’t allow surgeons to charge $10 million for an appendectomy.

We need to start manufacturing things in the United States again – instead of exploiting slaves in Southeast Asia and Haiti.

It’s the number of dollars that you make that makes the real difference in your life, not the tax rate of someone else.

Focusing on the tax rate feeds into the politics of envy.

Focusing on getting you more money is the right approach that we need.

To begin with, everybody should be paying the same tax rate on all monies gained whether it’s discovered, earned or inherited.

A dollar is a dollar is a dollar is a dollar.

That doesn’t mean that we can’t help out the poor who are making less money.

There’s no reason why we can’t continue to provide free services for the poor.

Having the same tax rate for everyone sends a powerful message to members of our society.

It sends a message that you the taxpayer are no better and no less than anyone else.

It gives a sense of value to the average person.

Additionally it gets the filthy rich out of the game of tax avoidance.

The current system of tax loopholes and graduated tax ensures that the rich will continue to avoid tax.

This then leads to the super wealthy and the media they control to play on the politics of envy called: Tax the Rich.

Except that they don’t tax the rich. They tax the middle class and upper middle class into a greater poverty.

See, see, the media puppets of the wealthy elite cry out, we’ve taxed the rich.

Except that they haven’t.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Brainwashing

Why is it difficult to change policy in the United States?

Much of the problem rests in the fact that the powers that be have an enormous amount of money with which to propagandize and brainwash the people.

The brainwashing is everywhere.

It comes from the most innocent sources.

It comes even from our allies in Europe.

It comes from documentaries.

Documentaries are even more dangerous than the evening news on main stream media.

The documentaries are more dangerous because you let your guard down and don’t openly contend what they are saying.

I was watching a documentary on immigration in Europe just today.

It was a nonstop assault on intelligence.

It subtly portrays Russia as a backwards place in which to live.

It talks about democracy in noble terms as anything but the joke that it is.

It pounds home the message that immigration is necessary to provide welfare benefits to an aging European population.

That one is my favorite because it is so untrue.

The reason why the elites want massive immigration is to pay slave wages for people to work on their farms.

They couldn’t care less about the aging population in Europe.

They don’t care about them here in the United States either.

What the elites want are cheap products to sell.

That’s more booty for them.

They also want divisiveness amongst the people. As long as there are multiple ethnic groups battling each other, there is a war against racism to be fought.

The elites can make money on that too

When the people are divided, the elites can get away with their chicanery.

They know full well the power of distraction.

The idea that immigrants will pay for the welfare benefits of the aged is preposterous.

Immigrants get old too; they too will need welfare benefits.

What will that entail? The need for more immigrants?

That’s a Ponzi scheme, my friend.

But it’s more than a Ponzi scheme.

It’s a nonsensical statement designed to stop your thinking in its tracks.

Just how will paying immigrants cheap money help pay for retirement benefits?

By boosting the economy? If that is the case why not pay existing Americans more money to pick the same crops – or wash the same dishes?

That will increase the tax base significantly.

Plus, knowing Corporate America as we do, they will find a way to pay the immigrants in cash that will go unreported, thus less tax money to pay for welfare benefits.

Bonus: Because more regular Americans will be unemployed, you the American people will pay more money for unemployment benefits and other social services that would otherwise not need to be paid.

In other words the Corpo-Pigs are shifting the pay burden onto you.

Ta da!

You have been suckered again, America.

All it takes is money to pound home the same message over and over.

It’s called brainwashing.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Brainwashing

Why is it difficult to change policy in the United States?

Much of the problem rests in the fact that the powers that be have an enormous amount of money with which to propagandize and brainwash the people.

The brainwashing is everywhere.

It comes from the most innocent sources.

It comes even from our allies in Europe.

It comes from documentaries.

Documentaries are even more dangerous than the evening news on main stream media.

The documentaries are more dangerous because you let your guard down and don’t openly contend what they are saying.

I was watching a documentary on immigration in Europe just today.

It was a nonstop assault on intelligence.

It subtly portrays Russia as a backwards place in which to live.

It talks about democracy in noble terms as anything but the joke that it is.

It pounds home the message that immigration is necessary to provide welfare benefits to an aging European population.

That one is my favorite because it is so untrue.

The reason why the elites want massive immigration is to pay slave wages for people to work on their farms.

They couldn’t care less about the aging population in Europe.

They don’t care about them here in the United States either.

What the elites want are cheap products to sell.

That’s more booty for them.

They also want divisiveness amongst the people. As long as there are multiple ethnic groups battling each other, there is a war against racism to be fought.

The elites can make money on that too

When the people are divided, the elites can get away with their chicanery.

They know full well the power of distraction.

The idea that immigrants will pay for the welfare benefits of the aged is preposterous.

Immigrants get old too; they too will need welfare benefits.

What will that entail? The need for more immigrants?

That’s a Ponzi scheme, my friend.

But it’s more than a Ponzi scheme.

It’s a nonsensical statement designed to stop your thinking in its tracks.

Just how will paying immigrants cheap money help pay for retirement benefits?

By boosting the economy? If that is the case why not pay existing Americans more money to pick the same crops – or wash the same dishes?

That will increase the tax base significantly.

Plus, knowing Corporate America as we do, they will find a way to pay the immigrants in cash that will go unreported, thus less tax money to pay for welfare benefits.

Bonus: Because more regular Americans will be unemployed, you the American people will pay more money for unemployment benefits and other social services that would otherwise not need to be paid.

In other words the Corpo-Pigs are shifting the pay burden onto you.

Ta da!

You have been suckered again, America.

All it takes is money to pound home the same message over and over.

It’s called brainwashing.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Regime Change Rishi

So what was Liz Truss’s resignation all about?

As an American who is not exposed to British affairs all day long, I was somewhat mystified.

Why were the markets roiled over her policies?

I thought her energy cap for the poor was good. I thought her tax cuts for high earners making 160,000 pounds and up was good.

I don’t see people making 160,000 pounds as rich people who have the money to purchase yachts and mansions around the world.

There’s certainly not in Johnny Depp territory. Johnny Depp can afford to buy entire villages in France.

So what gives?

Liz Truss graduated from Oxford. She was certainly in the club.

Or so I thought.

Why would the power elite be upset with her?

Well, it sure wasn’t because of the policies.

It is now clear to me.

I was listening to Mike Graham’s show on Talk TV.

A caller, a native Brit, called in to inform the listeners that Truss’s apparent successor Rishi Sunak was a billionaire.

I immediately began to research him on Wikipedia.

Well, he’s not quite a billionaire yet. But he by virtue of marrying his wife is worth hundreds of millions of dollars.

Not only that.

He graduated from Oxford and Stanford, and he worked at Goldman Sachs.

So there you have it, he’s another Goldman Sachs jerk off placed in a high position of power.

I’ll bet you the power elite are salivating today.

What a winner for them.

They were the ones who created the bond crisis through their speculative investments and their compliant paid-off main stream media, which was able to spread the fear amongst other bond traders, and they’re the ones who will be the chief beneficiary of the regime change in the United Kingdom.

This is a dark day for the United Kingdom.

It’s also an enlightening day, because if you can’t see now that the game is rigged against regular people, you’ll never be able to see it.

Wait and see what happens now.

Another great crisis is sure to ensue which will put more money in the hands of big banks and big corporations.

A new round of money printing will begin which will make the rich richer and the poor poorer.

Corporations are getting an erection.

No bond market will be roiled now.

The specters of money printing and inflation will disappear now that the power elite have their man in charge.

Oh, but conspiracies can’t happen.

Sure.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Liz Truss’s Plan

Liz Truss’s plan was a good plan.

What’s wrong with energy price caps for the poor?

What’s wrong with giving a tax break to people making 160,000 pounds a year?

Both measures would have put money in the pockets of regular people.

Let’s be clear here: people who make 160,000 pounds a year are not rich. Jeff Bezos is rich; Elon Musk is rich; Richard Branson is rich. A guy or gal who makes 160,000 pounds a year is upper middle class at best.

Putting more money in the hands of regular people is not trickle down economics. Trickle down economics is when you give the government more power to give more money to big corporations.

Where are the concerns about inflation when money is printed up for military spending?

They don’t exist; they only arise when a leader proposes printing up a few bucks to help regular people.

Where was the roiling of the bond market when money was printed up to benefit large corporations?

Where was the roiling of the bond market when money was printed up to send money to Ukraine? It didn’t exist.

With Liz Truss’s resignation, the message is clear to every political leader: do nothing to help the poor and middle class or we the bankers and the ruling elite will wreck you and your political career.

Liz Truss’s resignation is a bad deal for the citizens of the UK.

It’s not only a bad deal economically; it’s also a bad deal educationally.

It’s a bad deal educationally because it helps promote the canard – promoted by the wealthy elite and their mainstream media – that trickle down economics is equivalent to giving tax cuts to people who make a few more bucks.

As stated previously, putting more money in the hands of regular people is not trickle down economics. Trickle down economics is when you give the government more power to give more money to big corporations.

Giving the government more money to build projects which ostensibly help the poor is not trickle up economics. Trickle up economics is when you give regular people more money in their pockets to make choices which are more relevant to their lives.

The problem with public projects (NHS) is that the government is not always wise with the people’s money. More often than not a big cut of the money goes to connected government contractors who are cronies of the government officials.

Consequently what seems to be trickle up isn’t reality trickle down. It is trickle down because these large corporations who steal public money through grants and contracts don’t pass this extra loot on to their employees.

That’s why Liz Truss’s plan was a good plan.

Would her plan have led to inflation?

I don’t think so. I think her plan would have stimulated the economy.

With more money in their pockets, the confidence and well-being of people would have improved. That’s an important part of the economy that should not be underestimated.

Improving confidence is a deflationary move.

Greater confidence leads to greater innovation and greater productivity.

People who might not have started a business under austerity and gloom – that will now surely befall the UK – would have begun new businesses that would increase employment in the UK. More people would be making more money. Good times would return.

That is not a possibility now.

Now, the UK will descend slowly into the muck and mire of penny-pinching austerity.

That’s a shame.

Liz Truss’s plan was a good plan.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Message to Wharton School graduates.

Congratulations! You graduated from the Wharton School.

My condolences.

Now, it’s time for you to get a real education.

You certainly didn’t learn anything about the business world there.

What you learned from your ignorant professors there was how to stack a board room, how to set up offshore accounts, how to ship well-paying jobs from America to slave shops overseas, how to exploit people, how to walk around like you’re one of the best and brightest, how to pull Machiavellian tricks, how to take sneaky use of Roberts Rules of Order to your benefit, how to dress for success, how to cheat fellow Americans out of their hard earned money, and how to polarize wealth in the world to your advantage.

All of that will surely make you a lot of money.

None of that will do a damn bit of good for America the Republic.

Undoubtedly, you were taught at the Wharton school that the purpose of a business is to turn a profit.

That is not true.

The purpose of the business is to add value to society.

In the old days, they would say that the purpose of a business is to glorify God.

If the purpose of a business is only to turn a profit, then it will logically lead you to pulling every immoral trick in the book in order to maximize profits.

If the purpose of the business is to add value to society, then it becomes clear that your immorality doesn’t make society better, but worse.

I highly urge you to reject many of the lessons that you learned at the Wharton School.

Stacking a board drum, pulling sneaky tricks with Roberts Rules of Order, creating arcane stock class mechanisms that favor you over the common man, and shipping jobs overseas do not add value to society. They make you rich while enslaving millions, no billions.

Empires do not benefit anyone in the empire.

They do not benefit the people being exploited, nor do they benefit the citizens in the exploiting country.

Your Wharton School is part of the University of Pennsylvania that was founded by Dr. Benjamin Franklin many centuries ago.

Have any of your professors read The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin?

Has anyone in the administration of the Wharton School read The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin?

It’s doubtful that anyone there has read what he has to say.

The essence of The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin can be reduced to two words.

The take-home message of advice that Benjamin Franklin gave to young men (and women) in order to succeed in life was the following:

Imitate Jesus.

Does this sound like anything that you learned at the Wharton School?

I know damn well that it doesn’t, because I’ve seen the fruits of the current crop of Wharton School graduates.

Jesus to you and them is a third baseman from the Dominican Republic who plays for the San Diego Padres.

Jesus is as alien to you as you are to me.

I detest you.

I detest the Master of the Universe policies that you have foisted upon the peoples of the world.

You raped the people of Indonesia.

You raped the people of Haiti.

You raped the people of Central America.

You raped the people of Africa.

You raped the people of America.

You are all about yourself and your supposed glory.

Well, you will have no glory. You will be the architect of your own demise.

And it will be a welcome demise.

Here are the lessons you should have learned.

A penny saved is a penny earned.

Save for a rainy day.

A stitch in time saves nine.

When you help others you help yourself.

Pride preceded the fall.

Love your enemies, for they tell you your faults.

He that falls in love with himself will have no rivals.

There never was a good war or a bad peace.

He that lies down with dogs, shall rise up with fleas.

Better slip with foot than tongue.

OK, I threw in a couple of my own, but no matter. They sound like something Franklin would say and believe.

Now, does that sound like any of the knuckleheads that taught you at the Wharton School? Does that sound like any of the knuckleheads in government who have graduated from the Wharton School?

Does that sound like any of the arrogant, warmongering, prideful Wharton School jerk-offs that have run up the national debt so as to glorify themselves through endless war and oppressive Third World exploitation.

I doubt it.

So congratulations Wharton School graduate. You’ve joined the club.

You’ve succeeded in becoming a loser.

By the way fuck face, did Jesus ride around in a first class chariot? Was Jesus the richest guy in Bethlehem, or Nazareth, or anywhere else? Did Jesus advocate accumulating as much money as possible? Did Jesus wear bling?

Did you know that Jesus was an economist also?

He was. He instinctively understood that when you help others you help yourself.

Have you ever thought for one second that enabling the poor and middle class would have positive rewards for you?

Of course you haven’t. You’re too busy looking at yourself in the mirror.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Inflation and the Bogus UK Crisis

Let’s look at the UK’s economic crisis to explain a few points about the economy and the way that I view it.

To begin with, I think Liz Truss, the Prime Minister, had a decent plan to revive the economy in the UK.

Obviously, the power elite did not agree with her.

When you see the power elite of the world line up against someone or some policy, you should start thinking that maybe that policy is the way to go.

If the elites are going to be that unified and angry about something, it must have benefit for you.

Remember, our elites in this day and age are no different than Nero and Caligula. They are psychopathic nut jobs who are addicted to money accumulation. They love to stare at their piles of cash.

Thank you Leo Iacocca. Thank you for ushering in the age of unrelenting CEO greed.

Let’s be clear, as I have stated before, this bond crisis in the United Kingdom was manufactured by the power elite in order to trash the Prime Minister‘s economic plan which would have been good for the regular people in the United Kingdom.

Why do I think this way?

Let’s start with a definition of inflation. The inflation index is equivalent to the number of eco-available people divided by the amount of eco-available dollars.

If we increase eco-available people, that is a deflationary move. If we increase eco-available dollars, that is an inflationary move.

The Prime Minister‘s plan had two key components: energy caps for the poor, and tax cuts for the upper middle class, people making over 160,000 pounds per year, which is about $160,000 per year.

An important point: People who make 160,000 pounds to 300,000 pounds per year are not rich.

Elon Musk is rich. Mark Cuban is rich. Richard Branson is rich. Warren Buffett is rich. Charles Munger is rich. These people are billionaires.

People who make 160,000 pounds to 300,000 pounds per year are not rich.

They don’t have their own jets. They don’t have palatial estates in the countryside. They don’t have several homes around the world. They are not rich.

They don’t own mansions that you see in Downton Abbey.

They are not Mr. Darcy.

The argument that the Prime Minister was giving tax cuts to the rich is totally bogus.

OK, let’s proceed.

When Liz Truss, the Prime Minister, suggests caps on energy prices to the poor, she is putting more money in their pocket, thus increasing choice and human welfare. When the Prime Minister gives tax cuts to the well-off, she is putting more money in their pocket thus increasing choice and human welfare.

This increases the eco-availability of the people. This is a deflationary move. This is offset by the printing of money which is an inflationary move. The net affect is zero.

Okay then, what happens when the government prints up money and gives it to big corporations? The printing of money is an inflationary move; however, unlike the prior example, the printing of money is not offset by greater eco-availability of people which is a deflationary move.

This does not happen because giving money to large corporations decreases the eco-availability of people which is an inflationary move.

Why would this be?

Principally because corporations in this day and age do not pass along the money to regular people in the form of wage and salary increases. The money now goes to CEOs who put it in their rich piles of cash.

These rich piles of cash now are transferred to other rich piles of cash.

The money while stored in financial institutions is not used to benefit people.

This is helped along by higher interest rates and banking practices which make it more difficult for regular people to get loans.

Thus, while the total money supply has increased, the eco-availability of the people has not increased.

Thus you get inflation.

In summary, printing up of money will not cause inflation if the money goes to the people; printing up of money will cause inflation if the money goes to wealthy billionaires and large corporations who sequester the money away from themselves.

Now, of course, all of this is contingent upon having a healthy working environment which produces stuff both physical and abstract. Of course, inflation will increase if you give money to people to sit around and watch television. Or if you pay them to remain in their house hiding from a virus that they cannot hide from.

The entire point of this argument is to point out that the fears of inflation that were raised when Liz Truss offered forth her economic plan are bogus. These fears were raised by the elites and their puppets in the media in order to trash any plan that would put money in regular people’s pockets.

The elites become infuriated when regular people have a few bucks that might challenge their immoral and illegitimate tyranny.

It was the elites who created the fear that caused the plunging of the bond market in the United Kingdom.

Why did the bond market suddenly plunge at this point in time within days after the Prime Minister made her announcement?

These titans of industry had effectively been buying bonds on margin for a long time. Why did this crisis happen now?

It happened right now because the elites have the power to create fear in the markets which will cause these crises.

The elites control the minds of men.

They created this fear, and they based this fear on a faulty understanding of inflation and how inflation comes about.

Actually, they don’t have a faulty understanding of inflation at all. The elites know full well what they are doing.

They never raise bogus concerns about inflation when it comes to printing up money for large corporations. They never raise bogus concerns about inflation when it comes to printing up money for war. Only, when someone suggests printing up money to help regular people do these concerns come about.

Of course they do. The power elite in the United Kingdom (and the United States) are psychopaths. They are sick people who are addicted to money.

They created a bogus crisis solely to benefit themselves.

They are no different than King Louis and his whore wife Marie-Antoinette who partook of pheasant and fine wine at Versailles while the people in Paris rotted away.

A few bucks for the peasants in Paris?

Forget it!

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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How Ghana Becomes Ghana

Why are so many of these Third World countries like Ghana in trouble?

Why are they always borrowing money from the IMF and then failing to repay?

At the core, these countries do not have a sufficient base of marketable skills and products that the world finds valuable.

They are very much like an unskilled worker who sits at the bottom of the pay scale.

If you have a skill that is specialized, that makes people money, that makes peoples lives more valuable, then you are in demand.

If you don’t have that skill, you sit at the bottom of the pay scale.

This is the problem with countries like Ghana.

Frequently these countries solely rely on agriculture, mineral exports, tourism, or foreign remittances. They may even serve as sweat shops for cheap labor.

This is not to say that these countries do not have tremendous natural resources.

Many do, and the United States covets these resources.

A key point is that the goods that are exported by the Third World country cost far less than the imported goods such as oil and food.

It’s very similar to a company that pays its workers small wages while renting them a house that costs a lot.

It’s called slavery.

It’s illegal.

In order to control the Third World nation, and keep the good times rolling, First World countries like the United States support a thug in that country.

The thug often does what the United States tells him to do.

He will borrow money from the IMF ostensibly to “help” the citizens. Often though, he will abscond with a good chunk of that money. He will also destroy local businesses by allowing US imports into that country. Naturally, he will use his US funded army to keep the sweat shops humming and the people from rebelling.

In time the citizens will rebel and overthrow him, but not after he kills a lot of people. Then he will take off to Florida with his billions and deposit the loot in US banks – offshore, of course, in either Panama or the Caymans.

The people will then be stuck with a huge bill to pay. It is often a bill that they cannot pay. Thus the threat of default and the need for restructuring the loan.

Not to worry. The new US puppet will come in and repeat the same process. He will borrow money from the IMF and the cycle will begin again.

A state of slavery will then settle into that Third World country. Many times to pay off the debt the US will “buy” natural resources.

That is what the US is really after.

While this is going on, a brain drain of the best and brightest of that Third World nation will occur. They will study in the United States. The United States will thus steal even more wealth.

These new recruits will become part of the empire that will further destroy their native country. They won’t realize what they are doing. They won’t be able to connect US policy to the plight of their former fellow citizens. They will say to their new found fellow citizens: “Oh, those people are always fighting. They can’t get their act together.“

They will that attribute the plight of the country to the moral failing of the native people.

This brain drain will thus lessen the marketable skills of that Third World country.

The economic situation in that Third World country will become especially dire when interest rates rise in the United States thanks to the actions of our Federal Reserve.

This makes imports more expensive in the Third World nation. Frequently these nations have a surplus of people who import much oil and food.

When you are economically destitute and deprived of opportunities, you place your energy into reproduction and the creation of children.

Remember these countries are now dependent slave shops for the United States. The United States has destroyed the self sufficiency of their country. Therefore they must import.

Because the imports are more expensive, life becomes tough for the citizenry of the Third World nation.

Austerity sets in as global companies seeing insolvency start slowing imports. This in turn helps prices to rise. Soon shortages abound.

Hyperinflation typically ensues as the local government prints money in excess in order to give people enough money to purchase basic necessities.

It’s a losing game.

The only way this can be reversed is for the people to make a decision that they don’t want to be raped anymore.

They have to decide to develop marketable skills plus self sufficiency.

They can no longer afford to rely so excessively on imports.

They must do for themselves what no one else will do.

They must invest in education.

They must encourage their best and brightest citizens to return on some level.

They must make sensible loans with lending authorities.

They must throw all US government officials out of the country.

They must begin to manufacture within reason their own goods and products.

The majority of their economy must be their own.

They must legally tie the costs of imports with the price of exports.

They must reestablish a sufficient base of marketable skills and products that the world finds valuable.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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