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|Subject:||[socialcredit] productive capacity|
|Date:||Tuesday, August 2, 2005 04:59:33 (-0700)|
|From:||William B. Ryan <w_b_ryan @.....com>
|In reply to:||Message 2347 (written by cymric)|
I dont hold to the words "the capacity to produce"
anyway because that could mean 7 days a week and
twenty four hours a day, which is tyrany and
potentially this is what the debt system represents.
The term "productive capacity" means merely productive
capacity. It says nothing about whether or not the
system is producing at productive capacity; nor does
it say anything about who should decide whether or not
the system should be producing at productive capacity,
or at what level short of productive capacity. And it
says nothing about the product mix at productive
If increasing productive capacity is something that is
produced along with goods and services, consumers
should be given the means to draw upon that increasing
capacity as they see fit.
Do you not agree?
--- firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Howdy Ken,
> You are not wrong at all. Naturally people will
> challenge or simply enquire as to who a SC society
> would calculate ( volumn equal to goods and
> services) what the volumn of money need to be at any
> appropriate time period and every govt has a stats
> dept and Treasury and Reserve Banks have economists
> that handle stats and that becomes a simple answer
> because some people dont even think of what is
> already happening because until they come across
> subjects like this they have no self though process
> because they are conditioned to listen and let their
> thinking be dictated by politicians and the media.
> I dont hold to the words "the capacity to produce"
> anyway because that could mean 7 days a week and
> twenty four hours a day, which is tyrany and
> potentially this is what the debt system represents.
> Peter H
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