The Rising Rate of Resistance

Senator Rand Paul says he will vote “no” on the current tax-reform bill.

There is a rising rate of resistance to the abstract value of a debt proportion so big it cannot possibly be paid.

The public debt is real, but the actual number is surreal since paying it will actually result in a declining rate of profit. If rich people buy the debt and then have to pay it with a progressive tax burden, the rate of return is negative.

It is no coincidence that the US, and other sovereign debtors, are struggling to counter the natural identity of a real, negative rate of return.

The real rate of resistance is rising, even among conservatives.

What’s the incentive, being created and emergent (adding identity), at the negative rate?

(See other articles, and images created by griffith lighton, on “the added identity.”)


About griffithlighton

musician-composer, artist, writer, philosopher and political economist (M.A.)
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