Playing the ‘Free Markets’ Canard and the Myth of Self Regulation

From: Jesse’s Café Américain

ca·nard/kəˈnär(d)/ – Noun:
a. An unfounded or false, deliberately misleading story : a fabricated report
b. a groundless rumor or belief.

Anyone who has seriously studied applied macroeconomics knows that crony capitalists hate free markets, with all the fairness and transparency that they imply. Competition is a serious drag on enormous profits and introduces significant uncertainty and risk. – Jesse’s Café Américain

Inflection Point Note: Once again the eloquent genius of Jesse’s Café Américain cuts to the heart of ideas we painstakingly attempt to present.  In reverence to simplicity we add but two quotes:

“Competition is a sin.” – John D. Rockefeller

“Capitalism should not be condemned, since we haven’t had capitalism.” – Ron Paul

See: Playing the ‘Free Markets’ Canard and the Myth of Self Regulation

2 comments to Playing the ‘Free Markets’ Canard and the Myth of Self Regulation

  • Thanks for rattling cages, Pitchman. We need 100,000 times YOU to put these bastards down where they belong. Sorry about my poor English. I’m a coonass so what do I know about English?

  • Country Codger;

    Thanks

    I’d rather trust a countryman than a townman,
    You can judge by his eyes, take a look if you can,
    He’ll smile through his guard,
    Survival trains hard.
    I’d rather trust a man who works with his hands,
    He looks at you once, you know he understands,
    Don’t need any shield,
    When you’re out in the field.

    – Genesis – The Chamber of 32 Doors

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