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Will It Be Inflation or Deflation We Face in 2012?

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It seems likely one economic senario will be headed our way in 2012 and it is difficult to know which one. Our U.S. monetary base has absolutely exploded over the last couple of years, and all that money filtered into the consumer hands, but now is being

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Ralph R Sutton (56)
Monday September 5, 2011, 6:02 pm
For those of you not paying attention when shopping you might want to start looking at the size of the items you are purchasing. A lot of items have not gone up in price per package, but the quantity in that package has decreased. You'll also find many items that have gone up in price per package have also fewer ounces in them. Many items are not as large as they once were as well. Inflation is already here and it has been here for more than a year.

wolfNoFwdsPls a. (135)
Tuesday September 6, 2011, 1:58 am
inflation / deflation -- it hardly matters. The money system is totally flawed, has (imo) more than one fatal flaw ( 1. (compound)interest 2. fractional banking, 3. "money above everything" , ?... )

and even (for the sake of argument) considered within the current (flawed)system/paradigm, the "inflation rate" it to a large extend Bull$hit -- have any of you maybe noticed that necessary things (like rent and food) tend to get more costly than the "inflation rate" would suggest/pretend, whereas totally-superfluous (often harmful) junk products keep the infl.rate down ((and this is not only my impression; even the "Austrian Statistical Cenral Office" found and published that e.g. an "inflation rate" based on what retirees buy would be considerably higher that the general I.rate)

" The problems that we have today will continue to go on. This will never go away within a monetary system. " -- ZEITGEIST III

" The only way of achieving Sustainability would be to transform the very idea and institution of money itself. " -- Prof. Alf Hornborg ((slightly mis-)quoted in ADBUSTERs #95, May 2011; pers.comm.)

" Corruption is not some by-product of monetary-ism, it is it's very foundation. " -- ZEITGEIST ADDENDUM (2008)
This $hit's Got to Go ! -- JAQUE FRESCO

Kathleen R. (983)
Monday September 12, 2011, 11:17 pm
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