Pointing out that modern monetary policy is regressive isnt scare mongering.
Saying the system is about to collapse is scare mongering.
I explained exactly why thats the case and if you could write a real rebuttal or point out any obvious flaws in my logic you would have.
Bud says: "ron paul is right; the current system is not sustainable."
That's a statement of a conclusion, not an argument. I feel fine with starting out a rebuttal by juxtaposing an opposing statement of equal weight, and a dash of ridiculous as well.
"Not sustainable" has, in these discussions, included a statement that economic systems have only gone up to 300 years without collapsing.
You dont have a clue what youre talking about which is fine... not everyone is interested in this stuff, but not sure why youd bother polluting the thread with meaningless crap at all if thats the case.
I came into these discussions on money supply and economics with less knowledge than I have now. You were very polite and engaged with me until I educated myself to the point where I disagreed with some of your more outrageous statements.
If we're talking about major changes to economies, which we are, then dispassionate consideration of facts is what needed, not scare-mongering and scapegoating.