Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Divine Economy Theory Exposes And Erases Marx and Keynes.

One of the distinguishing features of the divine economy is the absence of the ego-driven interventionists. The divine economy theory proves that intervention into the economy is a corruption. Therefore to transform the economy from its current stricken state to its preordained state, the interventionists need to be rendered impotent.

Divine economy theory proves that there is no authority given to any human to intervene for the simple reason that no mind could foresee all of the consequences. All acts of intervention ultimately create injustices in the world.

The two most well known interventionists are Karl Marx and Lord Keynes. It is no coincidence that each of these individuals were tremendous egotists. Their designs for the world were merely delusions of grandeur that were spurred on by their ego. This spiritual illness of their being consumed by their egos is reflected in their economic views. Theirs is the dishonor of being unquestionably known as interventionists extraordinaire.

We are now entering a new era in economic theory, one which is freed from the shackles of intervention. There is no longer any reason to pay any attention to the fallacious theories of ego-driven interventionists. A great deal of the current economic plight and blight stems directly from adherence to their doctrines.

It is time to erase the names and doctrines of Marx and Keynes from modern economic thought since the expression of their dark natures in 'economic and political literature' caused mankind to trudge through a very dark period in history - one that is full of injustices and corruption.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am interested in your theories - however, I would love to see a page with brief descriptions of the terms you use. Interventionism? How is that defined?
As for Karl Marx, I wouldn't write him off completely. Some of his thoughts on globalization are accurate. I'll keep an eye on your blog! Thank you much.

Bruce said...

Dear Anonymous,

According to the divine economy theory, acts of intervention are those acts done that do not trust God. Doubting God leads to ego-driven actions based on knowledge that is finite. Those who think their solution 'is the one' are, by definition, ego-driven. At what point did they become omnipotent and omnipresent? Their acts of intervention can only result in injustices regardless of the intention simply because human knowledge is finite. I hope this clarifies what I mean by intervention.

As for Karl Marx, to qualify as an economist a person has to understand what elements make up the economy. No economy exists without capital. Capital can be suppressed, and the result is massive oppression, but it cannot be absent.

Karl Marx therefore was not an economist he was a political theorist, more specifically, he was a communist. Communism is not an economic system.

So I do write Karl Marx off completely. He is not an economist and since I am writing about the economy he has nothing of value to contribute. He didn't understand even the basic elements of the economy.

His partial understanding is what took him in the perverse direction in his political thought, that is, communism.