It’s a fraud problem, not a business cycle problem

Please don’t mistake free enterprise for fraud and usury.

Free enterprise with honest money and honest people will lead us into a better world.

Peace

4 comments to It’s a fraud problem, not a business cycle problem

  • rainmaker

    Ah Gareth, might I point out that Capitalism is a word and topic that can be misconstrued, depending on the person using the word in a particular context, especially without a definitive definition of what Capitalism means and how drastically the meanings can become when combined with other words (such as “state sponsered” which is an oxy moron or combined with “laizzes faire”, the term coined by Rand) Most are not aware of the differences of Capitalism and Free Market or Austrian economics (although I suspect that you do Gareth). I have had to train myself over years to avoid that word and to instead use Free Market of Free Enterprise to make a point. It seems that this particular term is now a buzz word in the Hegelian Dialectic and almost taboo for polite dinner conversation. (Please note that I typically castigate Milton Freidman because of his involvement with Nixon in the late 60s and the result. I do the same regarding Lincoln because of his policies and tramplings of freedoms in his personal quests that have now all been changed in the history books and songs around the fire) Without splitting hairs and agreeing with most of your positions, I would like to leave this link: http://mikefolkerth.com/2009/10/06/capitalism-vs-free-enterprise/

  • Gareth

    @rainmaker: I agree that words are just concepts and therefore the concept triggered in the recipient’s mind. Perhaps I should avoid the word capitalism for the time being at least. The youth state “wicked” when expressing that’s something is good – imagibe saying something is “wicked” in 1901 :-)

    The concept attached to words does indeed change. Sometimes this is a deliberate strategy ny the elite, but I suspect it is also natural phenomena at times.

    “free enterprise” probably is a better expression for now – it contains the word “free”.

    I’ve edited the article and replaced the word/concept “capitalism” and replaced it with “free enterprise”.

    Peace

  • rainmaker

    Thank you Gareth, please keep up the good fight. We need more like you.

    It is interesting when recently googling “buzzwords” etc., most oten the web headings found leaned politically one direction. (Unfortunately, everything in the world leans politically one way or another, by design I would say) I also googled up Capitalism (I know I should not be using Google as a search engine, but the alternatives are not much better and bad habits are hard to break). Check out this Wikipedia entry, again one-sided: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capitalism
    Unfortunately, all “the masses” ever get are two choices (sorry, could not help but use another buzz-term:-) )

  • Gareth

    Hi rainmaker: The elite have deliberately mixed-up words – they want a confused, fearful, and docile citizenry to manipulate. A good example is the use of the word PERSON as a company in the law dictionary and corporate courts. In an ordinary dictionary the word person means a flesh-and-blood being.

    I’m sure you do some good work yourself :-). Prepare your ‘bunker’ but also reach-out from your bunker whilst we still can and see if we can make some changes in the mindset of the sheeple. Give them hope.

    Peace

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