Friday, 22 April 2011

Keeping Score

Detlev Schlichter, in a piece entitled "Embrace Default" at his place:
"The productive sector in Ireland, Germany, Portugal, Greece is keeping the political sector in all these countries alive, is paying for the mistakes of the political sector and is funding its growth. Because the political sector is always growing."
Taiwan must be added to that list too as its "political sector" shows its parasitical appetite in the papers and on certain other blogs on an almost daily basis.

I will continue to make the arguments for all the various aspects of a depoliticization program, with an eye on both the collapse and the Chinese annexation of course, though I have never expected to find many "friends and allies". I am, however, keeping score - for whatever that may eventually be worth to someone.

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