Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Public Utility

Deconsolidation does not mean we will no longer have free markets. It means we will in a flash, which is exactly what capitalists don’t want! Risk that aggregates unchecked (like flash crashes that supposedly provide the benefit of liquidity at … Continue reading

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Public Safety

The Utilitarian Model Elite models are supposedly concerned with public safety in priority. Exacting detriment from the top down is an act of selflessness (sacrificing private life for public service) not selfishness. The People need to be protected from themselves. … Continue reading

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The Protection Payment

No one wants to be bonded to probable risk. To hedge the risk (to exist uncoerced, without imperative) we enterprise to be free with the least possible payment. The less rent we pay the more free we probably are, and … Continue reading

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Risk in the Aggregate Dimension

The Public’s Interest When we pay interest (rent) on the public debt, what are “We” renting? What’s the compelling (subordinating) interest? If my rights are endowed by the Creator, why do I have to rent it from somebody else? Why … Continue reading

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Resistance at the Margin

Is it time to stop renting the right to consume what is produced and own it outright? Isn’t it time to claim our identity by objective and lose the psychopathy of a marginally “objective identity.” Expansion of the middle class … Continue reading

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The Marginal Identity

According to conservative philosophy, net worth is not a measure of value in the god-like realm of aggregates, where even the angels of our better nature fear to tread, not knowing if Fate is on our side. Aggregate descriptors like … Continue reading

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Oligarchs and Ochlocrats

Resisting the Mob (Struggle for Identity) Like the old saying, fools and their money will soon part. The masses are sure to be alienated from their money. All we have to do is make a deposit. The system we operate … Continue reading

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