Thursday, July 28, 2011

Robots Don't Buy Cars

Christopher Quigly

the central force behind these crises. The flaw relates to the general LACK OF PURCHASING POWER in contemporary society.This weakness in classical economic theory is not new and many scholars have explained the problem however, increasingly, the issue is being conditioned out of people's consciousness. The collapse of the international banking system, as a result of the Sub-Prime; "Originate to Distribute" catastrophe, has brought this Achilles heel of Keynesian economics into sharp focus.The elite fear that the prospect of a "greater depression" is forcing change that will eliminate their position of control and privilege. Hence the current "spin" emanating from controlled media outlets. The growth of the "tea party movement" is . . . . . . . . .

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