Mario Sikorski Writes About Claimed Negative Interest Rates
Mario Sikorski wrote:
“It does not make sense to me for lease rates to be negative, assuming they are indeed negative, as stated. However, just because something does not seemingly make any sense, is not proof of manipulation in and of itself.”
Well, we see already that to some financial commentators things are getting out of hand and out of head too.
Yes. What they mean by negative is “negative when you account for price inflation” (however legitimately or illegitimately they are accounting for price inflation. In other words, they are losing at the present rates because we cannot pay them and because the debt engendered by all the previous rates, continuing to multiply by the present rates, engenders such increasing costs that the money they are returned, even multiplied by the present rates, is devalued so much that it is worth less when they get it back than when they lent it.
Well, welcome to the crowd… and who should be subject to such devaluation but the usurers themselves?
But so it all makes sense. The talking heads still don’t want to address the interest issue because they themselves are advocates of unearned gain. They *want* unearned taking; and most of all the people they work for exist for the purpose of unearned taking. So they’re not making any whole sense of it, simply because they won’t look into the mirror.
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