posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 09:31 AM
Originally posted by DrEugeneFixer
Originally posted by Semicollegiate
From your Sited Wiki Article
Advocates of Keynesian economics argue that private sector decisions sometimes lead to inefficient macroeconomic outcomes which
require active policy responses by the public sector, particularly monetary policy actions by the central bank and fiscal policy actions by
to stabilize output over the business cycle.[1
Like I said, Keynesianism is using the financial system to keep the economy under control.
1. That is not what you had said before.
2. You're conflating "the financial system" with the central bank and government expenditure.
3. You still have not provided any evidence for your original claims that all architects are employed by people and organizations that profit from the
OK I guess I didn't say that exactly, but I broached the idea that all proffesionals, world wide, get their money from the system, and going against
the OS is biting the hand that feeds.
The central bank was created to control the financial system, to save everyone from financial crises, therefore the central bank is the financial
system. It could print enough money to buy everything on the planet and cut the value of the currency we hold buy 50 to 1000 percent in one day.
911 --> the war on terror, gave the governments around the world a plausible reason to ask the central banks for the maximum possible amount of loans.
Professionals are paid by the government and by corporations that borrow immense amounts of money. Prooving the OS as an oversimplification of the
workings of the powers that be would have removed the entire basis for all government expansion since 911 and in turn much of the financial expansion
since 911 also.
The normal source of income for all professionals who could investigate 911 is based on a strong central goverment and financial system. Do you think
that the buildings the architects are hired to build are bought for cash? Do you think the average physicist would have a job without easy credit for
student loans and research programs? Do you think engineers work for cash?
The way the system currently is run, all professionals are dependant on a strong central authority because that is where there jobs come from. 911 =
stronger central authority