As we discuss supply chain and inflation issues, it is clear that the government is not the problem, but a fraudulent mythical market is.
Joe Biden confronts oil companies
We are all brainwashed from birth in our familial, economic, and citizenry culture. All brainwashing or indoctrination is not wrong. Bombarding one’s psyche in many cases can maintain a certain degree of order that is otherwise near unattainable. But when said indoctrination causes permanent economic, social, or mental damage, they must be disengaged.
We have been lied to about our economic system since its inception. Our political and business leaders want us to believe that it is fundamentally sound and pretty darn close to divine. I have referred to our system for some time as antiseptic slavery. When the unit of work by some was property, aka a slave, said the property had to be clothed, fed, and kept healthy by the owner.
A non-union worker today has no assurances of anything. The new master, the corporation, does not have that responsibility. Are you hungry? Tough. Find a way to feed yourself. Are you sick? Tough. You are fired or unpaid until you can provide a unit of work. And you are replaceable. Do you need a home or clothes? Make do. You are on your own.
While we give the semblance of independence and choice to the non-union worker of the corporation, it is but a facade that reality is exposing more every year. We discuss these issues in detail on my program “Politics Done Right,” and I blog about many of these issues at “EgbertoWillies.com.” Not until we understand the pilfering entirely by our corporations operating in our mythical market will we stop succumbing to shooting ourselves in our feet. We must stop supporting the wards of the corporatocracy.
The talk in 2021 has been the supply chain disruption and inflation. The simplistic answer that the mainstream media is pushing is that inflation is a bigger problem. Worse they are allowing Republicans and neoliberals to spin the message that the Biden administration or government is somehow responsible.
The reality is that the supply chain problem is a failure of the corporate sector. The corporatocracy was intent on profiteering. Worse, the inflation problem is not caused by real shortages but by mythical market manipulation by monopolistic corporate pricing power. Interestingly, it is evident if one reads between the lines of the to economic guests in the clip in this post.
The entire clip is informative.
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