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AGGREGATE ECONOMICS AND THE SHIT YOU EAT

February 28, 2013

NAZI GERMANY AND THE UNITED STATES AFTER THE 1990s

Money doesn’t buy love but it does buy you, in a US social context, human dignity that the macro system of exploiting human need does not confer on you as a person.

And the medical and pharmaceutical industries rely on, above all, the subtle and continuous conjuring of fear in individuals as mass consumers.

For health, in this country and even with “Obama Care”, is a commodity that is paid dearly for, not because of it’s quality or that it is the latest, top notch product of scientific research as technology, but because it is imposed on individuals as consumers through their own fear of death and organic demise.

And this fear is never allowed to lose its effect in the psyche of the individual, and it is the real reason doctors in this country live as a kind of American aristocracy, and not because of their toil and dedication at university and medical school.

But it is the system itself that is praised and protected above all other considerations, in permanent disregard for the well being of individuals in their most intrinsic needs.

And this is the greatest problem of current US society as systemic, diachronic control through time of aggregate consumer activity.

And people have an exclusively extrinsic value in terms of the money that is at their disposal as consumers.

For this the only functional value this system recognizes in regards to individuals.

And the functional value of the individual is exclusively as a means to financial gain through systemic, diachronic dominance.

And it is just this disregard for the intrinsic value of human beings the Nazi party forced on German society from 1933 to 1945.

And on the foundation of the non intrinsic worth of indivudals, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Treblinka, Sobibor, Sajmiste, Natzweiler-Struthof, Maly Trostenets, Majdanek, Jasenovac, Janowska, Chelmno, Belzec, Buchenwald and Dachau, among many others, were erected.

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