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Are you a denier?

I want to throw an idea on the table for rhetorical purposes.

Frequently, we hear the (loyal) opposition damning US with phrases that end in "denier."

This is no good. We need to be thought of as having a positive thinking process, and THEM as having the negative process. This is immensely powerful in coversation.

Think about "tax denier" which is the new catchment for people who don't think the IRS is square with the law, that the IRS is calling them.

GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF MONEY, as opposed to FREE MARKET CONTROL OF MONEY is the cause of CONTINUOUS ECONOMIC HOLOCAUSTS.

This is the basis of boom/bust and government bloat, etc...the root cause.

This is the ECONOMIC HOLOCAUST.

Anyone who favors this is LIKELY TO BE AN ECONOMIC HOLOCAUST DENIER.

They are in denial of economic reality.




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Genius! I love that concept.

Deficit deniers, inflation deniers, corporatism deniers, blowback deniers, military industrial-complex deniers, 9/11 truth deniers...

http://brits4ronpaul.blogspot.com/

http://lpuk.blogspot.com/

http://northwestlibertarians.blogspot.com/

and...

Don't forget the economic-fascism deniers!

NJ

That comes under "corporatism".

Which is often defined as "socialism with shareholders". Ron Paul makes no bones about it: "Corporatism is evil."

http://brits4ronpaul.blogspot.com/

http://lpuk.blogspot.com/

http://northwestlibertarians.blogspot.com/

When Destruction Is the Cost of Denial

If we recognize that denial represents valuing delusion more than reality, the seriousness of the danger carried by denial depends on the respective proportions of denial and truth in our lives. Our particular delusions may appear to provide us comfort and safety. As long as our lives continue to be sustained in significant part by what is true and healthy, denial will not seriously threaten our survival. But when what is true in our lives is overwhelmed by the lies we insist upon, our days grow shorter.

The United States today is determined to act out the final stages of denial and destruction. Our ruling class refuses to pause and take stock, or to ask themselves if the edifice they have erected on a huge body of lies must be painfully reconstructed on a foundation closer to the truth. A pattern that is pitiful in the individual case is terrifying when it occurs on this much vaster scale. In the case of the United States, the terror is greatly increased. The accumulated reservoir of power, including an arsenal of weapons more powerful than the world has ever known, means that a last drink, or a last affair, or a final orgy of financial bets and war may result in the ultimate destruction of not only the United States itself, but of large parts of the rest of the world.

We may now have entered the final phase of this hideous drama. Because of the multiplicity of factors involved, this phase may last for years, or even decades. But it could reach its devastating end much more quickly. This is a time of immense historic peril, when any vestiges of a concern with truth would demand that the ruling class finally begin to loosen its death grip on delusion. Yet the ruling class continues in its absolute refusal to surrender even one of the endless lies it tells itself. Destruction rushes ever closer, and the ruling class persists in its delusions, repeating them with greater frequency and in a louder and louder voice. Nothing will stop them as they hurtle themselves toward devastation. We have no choice but to be concerned with these matters; as the ruling class destroys itself, it may destroy many of us as well.

please read the full article by Arthur Silber...
http://powerofnarrative.blogspot.com/2009/02/when-destructio...

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"I truly wish that real life would no longer surpass the worst excesses of my nightmarish imaginings... Arthur Silber **

"I think we are living in a world of lies: lies that don't even know they are lies, because they are the children and grandchildren of lies." ~ Chris Floyd