Discussion in 'Blazers OT Forum' started by MickZagger, Jul 4, 2021.
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This dude has no clue what he's talking about.
Inflation that we are seeing today is a direct result of governmental policy over the last 2+ years.
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If they bring me the truth, I don't care where they are based out of.
It is clear that neither party cares that their party is corrupt. So who cares what they think.
We don't have unregulated capitalism.
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We certainly don't have free enterprise as Government is more involved. Economist call it a mixed enterprise economy since gov has more say and regulations.
Well, it's certainly under regulated.
No. Inflation today is a result of globalization failing because the world population is getting too old and the US is no longer interested in propping globalization up.
This has been sped up by covid-19 and Russia attacking Ukraine, but we were always going to see rapid inflation this decade.
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It's going to get MUCH worse over the next year...
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