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“Inflation? What inflation?” asks the used car salesman trying to sell you a ten-year old clunker for $16,000.

“Inflation? What inflation?” asks the used car salesman trying to sell you a ten-year old clunker for $16,000.

We begin with a brief review of the fraudulent posturing coming from the Federal Reserve, which is trying to convince us there is nothing wrong with the continued voluminous flows of funny money to prop up collapsing valuations of worthless financial instruments.  LaRouche’s famous Triple Curve Collapse Function instructs us otherwise.  (see link below)
As for Friday’s questions, we take up what changes in thinking are necessary to escape an ongoing depression collapse, and sleep-walking into World War III: In particular, answering the question, “Aren’t Russia and China really our enemies?”
This link will provide a good start to study LaRouche’s Triple Curve Function:
The Principles of Long-Range Forecasting, by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. (Apr. 17, 1998) (larouchepub.com)

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