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Karl Marx’s Road to Hell is Paved with Fake Money

“The way to Hell is paved with good intentions,” remarked Karl Marx in Das Kapital. The devious fellow was bemoaning evil capitalists for having the gall to use their own money for the express purpose of making more money. Continue reading

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America’s Recline and Flail Goes On

Nothing’s shocking in 2020. Not lockdowns. Not pandemic hysteria. And certainly not election chaos. To the latter, it was expected all along. Continue reading

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The Four Dimensions of the Fake Money Order

“If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will get you there,” is a quote that’s oft misattributed to Lewis Carrol. The fact that there’s ambiguity about who’s behind this quote on ambiguity seems fitting. Continue reading

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How Beijing Uses Fake Money to Cannibalize the U.S. Transit Market

One of the more remarkable achievements of fake money creation is that it distorts and disfigures the world in odd and uncanny ways.  Dow (not quite) 27,000.  Million dollar shacks.  Over $13 trillion in subzero-yielding debt. Continue reading

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