Because Keynesian theory has triumphed in the economics world, people are subject to the worst kind of government intervention in the economy. Debunking Keynes is the first step toward economic sanity.
Social media tends to be blamed for the overall nastiness of public discourse. Instead of condemning this form of communication, condemn the fuel that feeds this conflagration: democracy.
Government employees generally have sweeter pension plans compared to private-sector employees, but government pensions are purposely underfunded. No worries for government employees: taxpayers will pick up the slack.
Humanitarianism served as an excuse for colonial rule over "backward" natives and provincials for centuries. The elites of the imperial governments insisted only they could provide enlightened government. Today, the same thinking lives on among countless advocates for centralized government and foreign intervention.
Government efforts to expand “aggregate demand” involve new spending and money creation. In reality, these activities destroy wealth in the name of expanding it.
While the “Great Reset” involves an unholy alliance between governments and big businesses, implementing its policies is impossible without central banks suppressing interest rates. Now that rates are rising, people are finding firsthand the real costs of the “Great Reset.”
Money is far too important to be left in the hands of bankers and of Establishment economists and financiers. To accomplish this goal, money must be returned to the market economy, with all monetary functions performed within the structure of the rights of private property and the market.