posted on Sep, 5 2005 @ 06:58 PM
Intresting post Thomas,
Particularly about Keynesian Economics. I am more of a Adam Smith type or of the Austrian School of economics rather than John Maynard Keynes. I
read his book "Economic Consequences of the Peace" about the Treaty of Versailles after WW1. It cured me of John Maynard Keynes.
In a phoney fiat money system where the Government and banks can create money unlimited they must create more and more money in order to pay the
principal and intrest for next year..if for nothing else than to get the numbers out there to finance the debt. This is very different from actual
payments at law. IF they ever stop this process it is like musical chairs..who will be short when the music stops. This is why it goes on no matter
what administration is in office. The bulk of America hasnt a clue and this will not be taught in schools.
The main problem for the public is the erosion of the purchasing power of the American Dollar by this process. We ignorantly call this
inflation..the correct term for it in the old school books and publications is "depreciation". Loss in value or purchasing power in the marketplace
of the American dollar.
Very glad to see someone else has come to the same conclusion about the political process and partys here in this country. It is sometimes a lonely
road out here among the wildlife.
Kleptocracy...that is a new term to me Thomas..I've not heard that one before. I will keep it in mind.
I use the term feudal or feudalism to denote a group of royalty seperate from the laity or common people. As you can see..I have little use for
I am ,however, aware of the origins of the word "whoredom" biblically and in other usages as stated in my previous post to Whaaa. I am also aware
of the historical context to which this Whoredom has "Traveled". By this I mean from ancient times recorded unto today. From the groves and high
places in the days to the valleys at night. It is still with us world wide.
As to the "good olde boy system" I agree ...it is from ancient times unto today.
I have been to many capital citys in this nation and in the world. They all have a very intresting feel to them. Paris, London,Tripoli,
Austin,Washington DC, ,Columbus, Richmond, Tokyo. It is because of the number of souls that have been bought and sold to accomplish certain of the
good olde boy dealings. Whoredoms. Most capital citys are like this ..especially in America. It is a feeling of deadness. Richmond here is noticable
in this manner.
I have seen your posts since first I posted on ATS. I have not always agreed with you on all your positions which is to be expected but always
intresting posts. Thanks for your views Thomas.
May the God of our Fathers watch over you and your house.