Therefore, unequivocally, all economic intervention is immoral.
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Those who fail to admit their own limitations and then expect others to believe their assertions that they can comprehend all that is going on in the economy — thereby 'giving themselves the right' to interfere — these are the ones who are now without authority. It matters not what position of influence one holds or what degree one has or what record of publication one has. There is no human act of intervention in the economy that is not feeble-minded when compared with the infinitely dynamic and ever-pervading market processes which happen to be intricately connected to each and every subjectively-perceiving and acting human being. All interference with the economy is necessarily ego-driven; and it lacks moral authority.
In a society where property rights are well-defined, and refined, and protected, taxation will be either minimal or absent. As long as taxation is restrained by laws that protect and enforce property rights then taxes will be held to a minimum. The law and order of the divine economy is a reflection of life and liberty which means that taxes need to be zero or minimal so as not to disrupt the flow of knowledge inherent in the free market process.
Divine Economy Theory Policy #11: Since under most circumstances taxation is a deterrent to private production and employment there is no sound economic reason to generate tax revenue to support a government beyond its purpose. The purpose of government is to protect life and liberty.
Divine Economy Theory Policy #9: New Capital Is A Good Start
Free banking, where banks compete
against each other for the trust of their customers, is almost completely
sufficient to safeguard against fraudulent banking practices. Combined with
refined and enforced property rights it is wholly sufficient. Having a strong
and honest banking system has the advantage of encouraging savings.
Free banking is a very important component of a divine economy since it has the merits of self-regulation, and since it serves the people by providing a storehouse for capital. This is in contrast to the current banking practices which mask the insolvencies of banks and promulgate a system of capital consumption and wealth redistribution.
Divine Economy Theory Policy #6: War and Inflation Violate Property Rights