On 18 December 2013 00:34, Telmo Menezes <te...@telmomenezes.com> wrote:

> > And the policy is generally adjusted to try produce small, but positive
> > inflation.  This is because deflation is considered unstable.  Inflation
> is
> > stable and encourages investment because just holding money loses value.
> Yup, it's the current dogma. Infinite growth. I would argue that if
> you want to cut CO2 emissions, this would be a good place to start.

Yes, I have been saying that for a while, too. The trouble is, as people
tend to point out, how do you achieve it? Americans in particular are
terrified that it will lead to Socialism, whatever that would mean in
practice (What they're actually sacred of of course is Totalitarianism, not
realising they already have it in all but name, though controlled by
corporations and suchlike rather than the government).

Any ideas how to achieve a sustainable economy?

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