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Reich Economics: Jim Willie On End of Fascist Business Model and Return to the Gold Standard

Remember the Golden Rule: "He who has the gold Rules!"

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  • Reich Economics: Jim Willie On End of Fascist Business Model and Return to the Gold Standard
    by Jim Willie, Golden Jackass, http://www.silverdoctors.com/
    The Fascist Business Model incorporates all the worse elements of Keynesian economics, a broken fallacious school of thought. The model also integrates a vast system of economic heresy, put forth as public address dogma. All their messages are wrong. They are instead aligned with support of the power structure where big banks conduct self-dealing and print money for themselves.

    Consider many of the Fascist Business Model messages, laced within the endless din of propaganda. Their messages are all false, in support of the existing power structure in place. The Jackass privately calls it Reich Economics, a truly broken appendix to the demonstrably broken Keynesian chapters of heretical economics. The West has followed the methods of John Maynard Keynes, who also held disdain for the Gold Standard. In doing so, the West has destroyed the financial platforms, eroded the capital formation devices, polluted the business arenas, and put the entire USEconomy at risk of systemic failure.

    The only success of the model is preservation of power, which soon will come to an end.

    Consider the many primary tenets of what the Jackass disparagingly calls Reich Economics, the phony standards of destructive economic and financial practices. They are all embedded in heresy. The public and financial professionals are coerced to accept the heresies as dogma, passed on by the high priests at the USFed and Wall Street banks. They are all highly destructive, yet widely accepted as valid and firmly in place.

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September 20, 2016 - Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics, Social Trends | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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