|Subject:||[socialcredit] spend, spend|
|Date:||Thursday, November 10, 2005 13:07:48 (EST)|
|From:||Triumphofthepast <Triumphofthepast @...com>
"Falling spending from income ('the propensity to consume') is addressed through the Rebate, which induces them to spend." (Bill)
Social credit is an aristocracy of producers serving a democracy of consumers. In this relationship, a reduced "propensity to consume" is not a problem; rather it is an ORDER for production to slow up. Since it is not a problem, it does not need to be "addressed." It is not part of the social credit program to induce people to spend against their own propensity.