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'MPE™ 109' — CIRCULATORY DEFLATION AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF DEFICIENT CIRCULATION
Thursday, June 5, 2008
'MPE™ 109' — CIRCULATORY DEFLATION AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF DEFICIENT CIRCULATION
Because the subjects of a circulation subject to interest cannot borrow more than the value of related wealth into circulation, and because they are obligated to pay both the principal and interest out of circulation in servicing the respective debts, a circulation subject to interest inherently engenders perpetual circulatory deflation, and consequentially deficient circulations.
So, there is no circulatory inflation. But there is price inflation as a consequence of inherent multiplication of debt; and while the subjects are forced to maintain a circulation to continue their obligation to service the mounting debt, ever more of the deficient circulation is devoted to servicing debt, leaving ever less to sustain the commerce which is obligated to service the debt, and further devaluing the circulation.
Against these even escalating conditions, we are forced to work within a deflated circulation, in fact far less than the volume of existent wealth which it would have to exceed to comprise an inflated or excessive circulation. What are the basic consequences of the deficient circulation?
In respect to a system which does not dispossess its subjects of their wealth, effectively deflation can be understood as equivalent to not receiving full payment for our work. How in turn does this affect the purported economy?
To understand the effects of a deficient circulation, let us first suppose there is a balanced circulation (without deflation or inflation), where there are 10,000 of us, and for each of us, there is $10 in circulation, representing full payment for the value of wealth we have created.
We are to perform a symbolic, unencumbered transaction in which we are all facing the center of a circle we are standing in. We are to perform the transaction by turning to our left and passing the person next to us our $10, for which we receive our income from the person to our right. Our ability to perform this transaction without interruption or impediment demonstrates the capacity of true free enterprise to sustain the prosperity we are capable of.
The first person in the circle passes their money to their left, and likewise about the circle, we readily complete the necessary transactions across the entire system.
Now, suppose that every tenth person is denied their $10, and we are to attempt to perform the same transaction. What happens?
The whole transaction stops everywhere the deficiencies of the circulation are suffered. To complete the transaction, every person suffering deflation must first earn their unpaid earnings yet again from other subjects of the system — who also then will be deprived of the circulation necessary to sustain the intended, ongoing transaction.
So, even more extreme degrees of deflation would be pitted against issues such as servicing existent debt if we tried to return to the gold standard, because there is even far less monetary gold than the present, deficient circulation. But deflation therefore is highly undesirable, because it is highly damaging to the commerce we can and would otherwise sustain.
Deflation and its consequential, deficient circulation are akin to having no money or wealth, where instead we deserve perhaps to have much, and would be able to sustain far more prosperity by it.
We can readily determine whether we suffer a deflated circulation by comparing the general money we have on hand to the value of existent wealth. Where the value of the wealth around us exceeds the evident circulation, we suffer deflation to the degree of the disparity.
Moreover, we can make a further critical extrapolation from this observation.
Given the definitive facts of such an already deficient circulation, and further inherent degradation of our credit-worthiness, what for instance would be the consequence of lending institutions ceasing the further lending which is perpetually necessary to replenish a circulation of what we yet are compelled to pay against principal and interest obligations on existent debt?
Obviously, this resultant, extreme and likely manifestation of deflation will result in the extreme case of the previous example, in which our very need to perform a cycle of transactions across the whole system would only be so futile as to fail predominately across the system — that is before the mortgage is due, again and again.
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"National debt," perhaps better said to be "federal debt," refers only to public debt accumulated by the federal government. National debt does not include the even greater sum of private debt, or further public debt accumulated by state and local governments.
PER CAPITA, THE CURRENT FEDERAL PUBLIC DEBT COMES TO APPROXIMATELY THIRTY-THOUSAND DOLLARS.
FIGURED AT THE ROUGH SCALE USED BELOW TO DETERMINE RESPONSIBILITY FOR PRIVATE DEBT, THE AVERAGE FEDERAL DEBT WOULD BE ROUGHLY $93,750 PER ELDER ADULT MOST RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCUMULATION OF FEDERAL DEBT. BUT LIKE PRIVATE DEBT, THE UNDUE BURDENS OF THIS SHARE WILL SIMPLY BE SADDLED UPON YOUNGER GENERATIONS.
PER CAPITA U.S. PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DEBT
Estimates of the sum of private and public U.S. debt together, accounting for potential Social Security and Medicare liabilities as of November, 2007, run as much as more than $96 trillion; or $320,000 per capita even for infants; OR AN AVERAGE OF ROUGHLY HALF A MILLION DOLLARS PER ADULT.
THIS EQUATES TO ROUGHLY $1 MILLION PER ELDER ADULT, MOST RESPONSIBLE FOR ENGENDERING THIS DEBT.
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