American Economics Thread


canniBUS

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That's not capitalism. The Fed is basically taking money from the middle class or upper middle class to save the rich and powerful.
The Fed, who's members are selected by and come from the capitalist class, decide to act in the interest of the "rich and powerful", who are all members of the capitalist class. It's not capitalism but it is capitalists acting in their self interest and against the interest of everyone else.
 

2handedswordsman

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The Fed, who's members are selected by and come from the capitalist class, decide to act in the interest of the "rich and powerful", who are all members of the capitalist class. It's not capitalism but it is capitalists acting in their self interest and against the interest of everyone else.
but IT IS somehow the capitalism that we know! The non-existence of state that is the capitalist's waving flag, the self-regulating market, the fine balance between demand/supply, et cetera , never happened, and never will because of capitalism systemic flaws. The state will be there, to save their @sses from defaults, and guarding them from the angry masses of suffering people.
 

localizer

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I just hear of a really good analogy. All these stimulus what not is equivalent to transfusing blood from your left to your right arm while there's a pool of your own blood on the floor.
 

Equation

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That's not capitalism. The Fed is basically taking money from the middle class or upper middle class to save the rich and powerful.
The Fed, who's members are selected by and come from the capitalist class, decide to act in the interest of the "rich and powerful", who are all members of the capitalist class. It's not capitalism but it is capitalists acting in their self interest and against the interest of everyone else.
Either way the current system is broken and FUBAR!
 

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