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Author Topic: Prosecuting the Free Market  (Read 3230 times)


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Re: Prosecuting the Free Market
« Reply #30 on: September 18, 2008, 10:02 AM NHFT »

PinoX7, I'm not an owner of a "big company". I am in fact one of those who might be severely screwed if the current crisis results in a dollar collapse and/or a global great depression. Yet I am absolutely confident that the reason we are at this point is not the market, but the regulation and that the bail outs they are doing may very well make things even worse.

If they weren't there I'd have a sound money to rely on instead of this crumbling dollar and I would not be spending hours these days researching what the hell is happening and how do I avert the crisis - I would be doing my business, actually being productive and actually creating value, knowing that due to human nature the market will always go on and the great depression is not on the radar.

I am beginning to think that recessions are merely a micro boom/bust cycle caused by government's involvement, but that there is a macro cycle (every century or so) of depressions. This might be proved if the 2009 great depression fears materialize.

And I will curse you and people like you and all government supporters for willfully allowing this to happen! I am already more pissed off than you can imagine. You socialists with your mental delusions are causing the fundamentals that are behind most every recession, every depression and every war out there, and then you dare speak about starving children. It is the sick socialist ideology that caused their starvation!


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Re: Prosecuting the Free Market
« Reply #31 on: September 18, 2008, 01:33 PM NHFT »

Fractional reserve lending is what has allowed the credit leveraging leading to the expansion of consumerism.
Yep, if the socialists would actually think about it a minute, they'd see that the monetary system is a major factor pushing for an unsustainable economy.

In a Free Market, workers would be company owners. In essence we would all be independent contractors.

Wouldn't that be nice!
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