You know, that experiment conducted between directed and market based economies? The one we tested as we looked east from the Brandenburg Gate in 1989?
From the Green New Deal report:
First, we need to transform the way
the economy is managed, so that our democratically elected government, not the ‘invisible
hand of the market’, set our future direction. With government back in the driving seat,
The Green New Deal we proposed in 2008 has the same fundamental structure as
the Green New Deal that we propose now, although it has evolved. The challenges
we face have shape-shifted, but the fundamental issues remain the same:
That the problem has changed but the solution remains the same is a certain signifier of Woo, is it not?
The way our financial system is currently structured means that government
has given away the ability to make big decisions about the availability and
mobilisation of finance.
We must stop allowing people to spend their own money as they themselves wish.
Yes, they’re cretins:
To make that possible, we will need to do
what governments do in war time and bring offshore capital back onshore to
make sure that government, not markets, can make the big economic decisions
The UK’s net balance sheet position is that foreigners have already invested more in the UK then Brits have invested in foreign.
We’ve already got more than our own capital onshore that is. You twats.
Since the introduction of austerity, monetary policy has been expansionary,
and has enriched the 1%. Fiscal policy, which benefits the public, has been
Taxing people more benefits the public? Increasing the national debt does? Sure, some sorts of fiscal policy might benefit the majority at the expense of the minority. But seriously, this as a bald statement of fact?
This requires greater coordination between the Bank of England, the
treasury and the debt management office
Abolish the independence of the Bank of England so as to make sure there’s no voice questioning the policies we’re going to enact.
The most important point
is that there is no excuse, economic or political, not to invest in a Green New Deal.
That it’s a ghastly waste of money suggested by idiots is apparently not an economic reason these days.
methods deliver multiple benefits. They are rich in employment,
A translation – more peasants will have to work in the fields.
Once, unearned income was
enjoyed by the minority in Britain who had significant assets which went up in value, it was a case of ‘to those
who have shall be given’. But trials of a version of basic income scheme revealed a wide range of benefits that
made economic and social sense. It released an entrepreneurial spirit
The entrepreneurs then recreating inequality you useless, stupid, toads.