THE ETHICAL ECONOMY
NATURAL ECONOMY ARTIFICIAL ECONOMY
INFLATION Sporadic, temporary Inflation can occur even during a recession
On the average: none On the average: constant. unrelenting.
PRICES Stable especially in the long term. All are constantly increasing.
Some also fluctuate wildly.
INTEREST RATES Affected by market demand. Totally controlled by edict.
MONEY FOR LOANS Investors must make existing No limit of available funds.
money available. Money is created by artificial means
NATIONAL DEBT Government must borrow from only those Debt grows constantly and exponentially.
willing to buy government securities. Government can borrow money created by
Government debt is high only in times of war. artificial means and never has to repay it.
THE SIZE OF GOVERNMENT Limited in scope and influence. Monstrous. Able to monitor and control
virtually everyone and everything.
STOCK MARKET The buyer owns and controls Stocks can be used in a short sale
his stocks. driving the price down without
the owner's knowledge or consent.
MONEY SUPPLY Naturally increases with increasing Increases orders of magnitude beyond
population. increasing population.
How can a Natural and Ethical Economy be established?
See the next tab: Establishing a Natural Economy.
Understanding the Artificial Economy
This video explains the evolution of the U.S. economy from a Natural Economy to an Artificial Economy from a unique perspective. The period of Natural Economy existed basically from the start and allowed the U.S. to evolve from a frontier settlement to eventually become the richest country in the world. However, in 1913 with the conversion to an Artificial Economy, there has been extreme boom and bust cycles, jobs shipped overseas, and overall economic decline. The richest country in the world now has the majority of families at or near the poverty level, a completely destroyed middle class, and
rampant homelessness. The American Dream is now a nightmare. Learn how it happened.