Category Archives: Economics and philosophy

I.e., political theory and philosophy as they pertain to economic issues and thought. Stuff that gets into economic philosophies and ideologies belong here too.

The USA could build high speed rail between every city over a million, or buy 10,700 F35s per year, with the savings (!) from changing to universal public health care

Canada health care: 11% of GDP. USA health care: 17% of GDP. Canada average results: higher in almost all categories (data.worldbank.org is an easily accessible source on this for a variety of indicators). USA economy: $17.9 trillion. Potential annual savings … Continue reading

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Double unplus freedom promotion

I will help you prove your freedom by building multiple negative associations with everything you want to do. In so doing, I can help you feel more free by not liking any of the things you want to do while … Continue reading

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A variety of anti-unclarified tomfoolery, relating to the present situation of psychological warfare

The democratically elected government has not solved the problem/revolution yet, so we need a revolution to get rid of the democratically elected government so we can solve the revolution problem. ____________________________________ Any back, any stab, any back stab-boy. Any fall, … Continue reading

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“We will know you”

I.e., we will find something, ANYTHING, that might shut you up while conditioning you to do as we please. Or at least to stay shut up while we try. “We will know you”.

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Neurotech viruses #323″: Apply negative and positive conditionings at will until the following proceeds with ease

I need a machine that reads people’s minds when they read the news, and scouts out for any possibility of any content with any potential ideological colouring. Having identified any instance of content with any possible ideological colouring, the machine … Continue reading

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Highly effective ways to promote the diffusion of good ideas

For fear that people who you disagree with will steal your ideas, make sure never to share ideas that you think are better.   (A question to be considered separately from questions of IP rights, patent rights, etc., which underlie … Continue reading

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Winning logic: Do not take advice from people unless you know they have blackmailable information on you

Why would I ever take a lead from someone who’s not trying to blackmail me? I mean, they don’t even have power over me? Why would I want to have anything to do with people who are not trying to … Continue reading

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Dual meaning of “I pay taxes”

“I pay taxes.” Implicitly, if you don’t pay a lot of taxes, you don’t deserve a say. (Also, then, implicitly, “work harder”, i.e., it’s the government or entrenched business interests ‘doing it’ because they want more taxes or people who … Continue reading

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You already stole a candy from a baby. Which basically means the only option from there is to rip out the entrails. Because you’re already guilty

If I ever do something stupid … my adviser suggests that the only possible option forward is to do ever more incriminating things in an ever more transparent and open manner. This is how I know that I’m getting good … Continue reading

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How to prove that I rule

Go to the mall with a team of three from the ruling class. Stand at opposite sides of the passageway through the mall. One person clucks and dances like a chicken. A second person barks like a small dog shortly … Continue reading

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