26 July, 2020

The Zero-Sum Lie: It’s a Leftist Fantasy

Posted by Socrates in economic cycles, economic growth, economics, economy, leftism, leftist/liberal hate, leftists, liberal mindset, liberalism, liberals, money, Socrates, zero-sum lie at 11:08 am | Permanent Link

“In most mentions, the reference is to how whites are better off at the expense of others.” [Here].

People X are better off “at the expense of others.” No way. That’s left-wing “zero-sum” baloney. Limbaugh used to talk about that in the 1990s. Zero-sum-theory goes like this: “If a White person gained $20.00, then somewhere a Black person lost $20.00.” Liberals have been saying that for years. But it’s total bullshit. Our economy doesn’t work that way. Our economy is constantly moving, like a fast-flowing river. It’s not at all stationary or static, as the zero-sum theory implies. The money pool expands or contracts as cash is injected into, or cash leaves, the economy (and, as endless truckloads of money are siphoned out of Whitey’s wallet in order to fund Black welfare payments!). If Person A gains, Person B doesn’t automatically lose. Money is like water through a garden hose: the flow increases and decreases, over and over again. Our economy is “alive” in a sense.

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