Inflation versus Inflation


There is the inflation that is defined as paying more for the same goods simply because more monetary units have become available. If everyone has those monetary units, then the price tends to go up just because of the presence of those ‘extra’ units. Everyone has more; they don’t care about spending more to tread the same water.

That is monetary inflation that has to do with the availability of the physical representation of the definition of money. That type of inflation devalues the very representation of the definition of money on which it relies: you have to spend more of it to get the same result. Those with less numbers of units of money pay the price in less goods and services available to them. That is usually called “poor people get less.” by those whose concern is to make money look like a arbiter and proof of fairness.

Then there is monetary inflation that has nothing to do with the amount of monetary units available. It is the inflation that begins at the boundaries of morality and implies money can measure other things than necessities. Money paid to whores, gambling money, liquor money, bribe money, dishonest lawyers and law makers, etc, is an inflation of money’s importance as  lie that kills people. The money is falsely believed to be a proof of value of experience because of its reputation to be able to purchase food, clothing, guns and shelter. It is moral misdirection on the assumption that the definition is “a physical representation of units of free will”.

That kind of inflation can only exist among a population of people deceived that free will exists for creatures and is the default state of being for human beings. That usually ends up being expressed in the speech God broke up at Babel as “It’s just the way things are.” ..by those most interested in establishing that population in order to mine it for death and catastrophe.

Based on that inflation, law makers, just as the owners of casinos and whore houses, supposedly are not in any way responsible for what they enact as policies expressly because someone got paid with the idealized ‘honest representation of value’. The money has become a shield to wicked policy makers on the basis of an assumption of the power and morality of money.

Yet money built on immorality is worthless. Even if you get it, everyone knows it is dishonest and therefore untrustworthy.The people that set up that ‘new money’ will merely be destroyed by the same means they used to destroy the bankers before them. No matter who replaces them, that money itself is evil and everyone knows it.

Everyone wants the Moral Money to actually spend in a safe environment. Everyone wants the money that is tied to unmoving morals and that therefore holds its value in everyone’s mind. You can say you have money all day long, but if it is not the money with the good reputation, you got nothing. Monetary inflation as expanding what the good money can buy, devalues people, the money and God in the minds of those who have it. That was its purpose. It was never intended to actually bring stable prosperity.

Proverbs 21:3-7  To do justice and judgment is more acceptable to the LORD than sacrifice.   An high look, and a proud heart, and the plowing of the wicked, is sin.  The thoughts of the diligent tend only to plenteousness; but of every one that is hasty only to want.  The getting of treasures by a lying tongue is a vanity tossed to and fro of them that seek death.   The robbery of the wicked shall destroy them; because they refuse to do judgment.

In the Name of Jesus Christ, Amen

 

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  1. December 4, 2011 at 1:43 pm

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