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Green Gold Economics Box Set

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Green Gold Economics Box Set

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May 28, 2018
ISBN:
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The order of these essays are somewhat arbitrary. Placing adages first, very controversial most likely in opinions expressed, seemed apt. Voodoo Economics covers basics of author's opinions. Contra Ricardo follows as corollary. The Green Gold title subject is further down. We hold that kings and states of the past would have been better served by mandate revaluation of gold and silver in their realms to pay off debts and tax without confiscation. Leave species content of metals alone in the coins, and attract gold to the kingdom by revaluing gold in your realm above the world market price. With paper money, you have a push/pull effect on the value of the unit of currency. Green Gold devalues prices; paperbacks tend to inflate prices. The last two essays speak of ways to increase the overall self-sufficiency of the US economy and dealing with a worst case scenario world crisis: highly controversial indeed if enacted. Some of my military essays involve economic integration between economy and military. Warrior as both food, shelter, clothing provider and military security. The hunter is warrior and hunter for game, water, good land, industrial resources of flint, wood for weapons, tools, boats, rock for tools, caves, etc.
Essays Included:
FINANCE ADAGES (adages on general business of life principles)
VOODOO ECONOMICS (attack on conventional wisdom economics, both Smith and Keynes)
CONTRA RICARDO: AN ESSAY (attack on Say's Law and David Ricardo notions)
MINIMUM WAGE & ECONOMICS: AN ESSAY (state covers minimum wage not employers)
COMPOUND INTEREST: AN ESSAY (compound interest on loans impediment to growth)
DOLLAR INFLATION: AN ESSAY (dealing with inflationary pressure of paper money)
DOLLAR INFLATION II: AN ESSAY (ditto on same above and added comments)
INFLATION COURT: AN ESSAY (dealing with loss claims by creditors and debtors)
M4 MONEY: AN ESSAY (using land use as backing for money: assignats of sorts)
SOCIAL SECURITY: AN ESSAY (employment PT/FT thru SS Administration)
MONETARY STABILITY: AN ESSAY (How to maintain stable pricing and species value)
GREEN GOLD: AN ESSAY (threading gold in paper currency as complement to greenbacks)
THE BIG X ECONOMY: AN ESSAY (wealth generation thru govt and business practices)
THE BIG BUST: AN ESSAY (crisis management in US tailspin: single buyer Uncle Sam (Trump?)

Dirilis:
May 28, 2018
ISBN:
9780463328293
Format:
Buku

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The organization of your own thoughts investigating those things necessary is the great consolation of the writer and what makes it worthwhile. The pursuit of knowledge is the essential ingredient and the bedrock of life. This is the biography that matters and necessary. Want what you need and need what you want. I do not use Facebook, Twitter, etc. If compelled to do so, email me at tigerbehemoth-trouble@yahoo.com (no attachments or links please, just inline info on the message for security reasons)

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GREEN GOLD ECONOMICS BOX SET

By

Edward E. Rochon

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Green Gold Economics Box Set

Copyright © 2018 by Edward E. Rochon

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Some Other Works by the Author

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Table of Contents: Essays

Title Page

FINANCE ADAGES

FINANCE ADAGES-Preface

FINANCE ADAGES-Chapter 1

FINANCE ADAGES-Chapter 2

VOODOO ECONOMICS

VOODOO ECONOMICS-Preface

VOODOO ECONOMICS-Chapter 1

VOODOO ECONOMICS-Chapter 2

VOODOO ECONOMICS-Chapter 3

VOODOO ECONOMICS-Chapter 4

CONTRA RICARDO: AN ESSAY

CONTRA RICARDO-Preface

CONTRA RICARDO-Chapter 1

CONTRA RICARDO-Chapter 2

CONTRA RICARDO-Chapter 3

CONTRA RICARDO-Chapter 4

MINIMUM WAGE & ECONOMICS: AN ESSAY

MINIMUM WAGE~-Preface

MINIMUM WAGE~-Chapter 1

MINIMUM WAGE~-Chapter 2

MINIMUM WAGE~-Chapter 3

MINIMUM WAGE~-Chapter 4

COMPOUND INTEREST: AN ESSAY

COMPOUND INTEREST~-Preface

COMPOUND INTEREST~-Chapter 1

COMPOUND INTEREST~-Chapter 2

COMPOUND INTEREST~-Chapter 3

COMPOUND INTEREST~-Chapter 4

DOLLAR INFLATION: AN ESSAY

DOLLAR INFLATION~-Preface

DOLLAR INFLATION~-Chapter 1

DOLLAR INFLATION~-Chapter 2

DOLLAR INFLATION II: AN ESSAY

DOLLAR INFLATION II-Preface

DOLLAR INFLATION II-Chapter 1

DOLLAR INFLATION II-Chapter 2

INFLATION COURT: AN ESSAY

INFLATION COURT~-Preface

INFLATION COURT~-Chapter 1

INFLATION COURT~-Chapter 2

INFLATION COURT~-Chapter 3

M4 MONEY: AN ESSAY

M4 MONEY~-Preface

M4 MONEY~-Chapter 1

M4 MONEY~-Chapter 2

M4 MONEY~-Chapter 3

M4 MONEY~-Chapter 4

SOCIAL SECURITY: AN ESSAY

SOCIAL SECURITY~-Preface

SOCIAL SECURITY~-Chapter 1

SOCIAL SECURITY~-Chapter 2

MONETARY STABILITY: AN ESSAY

MONETARY STABILITY~-Preface

MONETARY STABILITY~-Chapter 1

MONETARY STABILITY~-Chapter 2

MONETARY STABILITY~-Chapter 3

MONETARY STABILITY~-Chapter 4

GREEN GOLD: AN ESSAY

GREEN GOLD~-Preface

GREEN GOLD~-Chapter 1

GREEN GOLD~-Chapter 2

GREEN GOLD~-Chapter 3

GREEN GOLD~-Chapter 4

GREEN GOLD~-Chapter 5

THE BIG X ECONOMY: AN ESSAY

THE BIG X ECONOMY~-Preface

THE BIG X ECONOMY~-Chapter 1

THE BIG X ECONOMY~-Chapter 2

THE BIG X ECONOMY~-Chapter 3

THE BIG BUST: AN ESSAY

THE BIG BUST~-Preface

THE BIG BUST~-Chapter 1

THE BIG BUST~-Chapter 2

THE BIG BUST~-Chapter 3

About the Author

FINANCE ADAGES

Table of Contents

FINANCE ADAGES - Preface

FINANCE ADAGES - Chapter 1: Adages

FINANCE ADAGES - Chapter 2: Cash Out

FINANCE ADAGES - Preface

These adages have nothing to do with Wall Street, sales or the usual sense of finance. They are background information that can be gleaned by observation of human culture, history and personal experience. It is possible that many experience them but do not put them in to succinct adages. This accomplishes this. Whether it improves the human condition, allows others to more quickly glean the lessons is debatable. I write and must perforce write about something. Writing things down clarifies the mind of the writer. This has a great deal to do with the diary instinct, story telling instinct and teaching instinct. Teach to learn; learn to teach; teach yourself and ask few questions. Pick up what passes your way. People write, teach, opine for money, to vent irritation with culture and politics. If you have nothing on your mind, looking to see what other people think, interested in this and that - maybe finance, you scan the adages.

The adage is followed by commentary to discern why the author placed it in the work. The main point is not to get rich so much as to get by, to make a wealthier society that must perforce ultimately rest upon a wiser society.

FINANCE ADAGES - Chapter 1: Adages

Adage 1: Proximity to wealth is proximity to paradise. Conversely, we suppose proximity to poverty is proximity to hell.

Adage 2: Proximity to money is proximity to hell. Conversely, separation from money is separation from hell, and the path to paradise.

Commentary: We certainly know that paradise is a place of bounty (wealth). The first adage seems plain enough. A hungry man will not attack you to steal your bread when his stomach is full, his larder full and every reason to think the status quo will remain, unless he is simply perverse. Of course, such perversity has no place in paradise.

But then why is proximity to money proximity to hell? Is not money wealth? Not exactly. Wealth is what money can buy. Without wealth money has no value. You can acquire money without any talent worth the name. Traitors, liars, thieves, saboteurs are not talents of any value to society. They wreck it. But such men can acquire money with a little bit of subtlety, if you can call that a talent. It is a talent of little value to true genius.

Imagine the entrepreneur who builds a business founded on his talent in that trade. He seeks out honest, loyal employees. He rewards them for their contribution. He sits in his office overlooking his factory, overseeing other factories and offices in distant quarters. He is surrounded by wealth that he played a major role in creating. His employees share in his wealth. He is fair, keeps his word, and even kindly as a matter of good will in business and to stave off accusations of the devil and the disapproval of providence. He is surrounded by wealth and his society is the better for it, all of it come by honestly.

He lives in a city with similar men. He goes home to a prosperous neighborhood. Muggers are not to be found. The police do their job. His wealth is largely just that, wealth. Most of his wealth is not in money.

Now we go to Westchester County, NY and Winchester, MA. The wealthy bankers and middlemen money men live in a nice neighborhood. Muggers are not to be found. The official crime rate is low. The actual crime rate is high. These criminals do not steal through mugging. The murders in the community are hidden by natural causes on death certificates. They plunder the wretched poor in far off places. Wall Street is filled with evil. The transvestite prostitutes haunt the early morning hours there. It is depraved. Wherever money is, evil is. New York is a port city and filled with smugglers, corrupt customs officials, corrupt longshoremen led by corrupt unions. Boston is filled with media whores and university tenured prostitutes justifying this corruption. Because people lack all skills and must trade, this does not make dependency and division of labor virtues. Men should strive for self-sufficiency, as should families, communities. But middlemen perverted thieves cannot make money off of this. They create unemployment and claim tariffs or local trade is the problem, when in fact, they are the problem. Their corrupt politicians deliberately encourage unemployment as an excuse for the corruption of international commerce. Their whore academes spew out lies about things they know nothing about. They sow discord; oppress the poorer nations; use unemployment at home to force expatriates and murderers out to plunder foreign lands. They hide behind platitudes of freedom and natural law, when they are criminals whose freedom is crime and natural laws unnatural lies.

We have the phony left wing, right wing sides of the house, socialism and private property quarrels, none of which has to do with the fundamental dishonesty at the heart of this vile world. The nabobs have no honor, no decency and no integrity. This is why things do not work. The meritocracy is a fraud of traitors, test cheaters, saboteurs, thieves and liars. These are their meretricious characteristics. What fool believes such nonsense has more value than loyalty, friendship? What idiot society deprives men of work because they do not merit it? Middlemen, satanic perverts and liars, that is who.

We are afflicted by identity theft. Our money makes it easier for our wealth to be stolen. It plagues us. The liquidity of money makes it easy for our name to be used to commit credit fraud. Smugglers and thieves steal our identity to commit crimes all in the name of money. And money is used for drugs, gambling, sybaritic lifestyles, abominable perversions of every sort. The perverts protect each other from the prying eyes of what little decency exists in society. These are the cabals that plague us with blackmail, extortion, frame ups, bribery and the rest.

This is what money does. But in our society we must have money to eat and to cover sick time and retirement. Money does have some value in promoting prosperity and financial independence. These are not evil things, so we put up with it. But we should shun money as we shun the snake about the fruit bush that we pick to eat. We shun it like the piranhas and crocodiles that infest the river we fish in and cross, and get water from. We must be forever wary whenever dealing with money.

Ultimately, we must seek wisdom over money. It will allow us to get the extra money we need, or get by on the money we have, or even get by without money at all.

That's the way it is folks. Do not listen to the pervert professors, the swindlers, corrupt politicians.

People never lose their jobs because of tariffs, but because their politicians and business leaders are corrupt. People do lose their jobs because they are thieves and lazy, but so few of them get caught in theft. And lazy people become adept at getting other people to slave for them by accusations of laziness, by stealing what they did not work for, sabotaging the honest competitor and so on. Then they use their money to cheat men of honest wages, divide society into corrupt political factions, all dedicated to cheating the public. So many say that if you cannot beat them, join them. It is the game of life. Do onto others before they do it onto you. But life is not a game. Avoid corruption and the corrupt. And do onto to yourself what honesty demands; and you will certainly not make enemies doing this and will help your fellow honest brokers by default.

In the end we must subdue the wilderness to make wealth for all. Money is the minor part. It is relative wealth, a deception when seen as anything other than what it is. The wilderness includes the wildness of our own emotions, chaotic thoughts and personal life. These are the most important things. No quixotic crusades, please. Vengeance is mine, says the LORD. Put in your two cents to help the cause, but do not delude yourself that you are the indispensable man.

We also note that societies with great disparity in wealth are corrupt. Lesser disparity generally means less corruption. Wealth in close proximity to poverty is polluted by that poverty. Unemployment is chronic. Poverty justifies dishonesty among the poor. Dishonesty among the poor makes the corrupt rich justified in their own eyes.

Adage 3: The law never procures wealth, or protects wealth in the end.

Adage 4: Wisdom procures wealth, protects wealth in the end.

Commentary: The law is corrupted by money. The corruption of money is compounded by poverty. Wealth makes for prosperity, makes for less corruption, less need for the law to prosecute crime. Rich thieves always try to keep the salaries of the judge, police and politician low. They sow resentment among the people to the hurt of the people on this point.

Never envy the rich. Envy those who have food on their table, a secure and warm home. This is not necessarily a requirement of great riches. When I say envy, I do not mean theft or malice, but an honest desire to be like them in situation. If the neighbor has a car you like, it is no crime to want one and get one for yourself, providing you do not steal his, or flatten his tires out of malicious envy. Emulation is not vice; sabotage is vice when done for corrupt purposes.

Adage 5: Progress is bitter that bankrupts the man who worked to make an honest business.

Adage 6: Prosperity from the ruin of others is poison in society ready to sink its poison fangs.

Commentary: Society must be a commonwealth. Full employment is the glory of a nation. See to it that all gain through progress or face backbiting, sabotage of progress, delusion and malice. The man who works honestly only to be ruined by inflation, economic depression, unemployment not of his doing is bitter. Civil strife lurks everywhere. Full employment is the answer. Sloth is not to be tolerated but ameliorated by a fair salary for a healthy day's work. Hard work is a curse. There is no work ethic, only vice justified by misers, slave traders, slave owners, neurotics, and people using work to escape an unhappy home life or their own psychic corruption.

There is one and only one reason to work, for your health and the health of those under your charge. If hard work is necessary to avoid hunger and disease, it is a misfortune. It is a virtue to do your duty. It is not a virtue to make a virtue out of misfortune. The work ethic is fraud. It is a work vice. Honest, healthy work is virtuous and no other kind of work is. Where men are forced into hard labor, vice is somewhere, their own vice or more often others making them pay for the others vices.

Adage 7: A loyal spouse is the best investment in life

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