When will deflation turn into inflation?

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  • Sun, Dec 07, 2008 - 05:07pm

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    Ray Hewitt

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    Re: When will deflation turn into inflation?

That’s your choice Ron. For me there is no assurance of anything in life. Too much of reality is unseen to us. So we play the probabilities and hope we’re right.

 

 

  • Sun, Dec 07, 2008 - 05:09pm

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    And what faith are you describing?

And what faith are you describing? Is it a generalization of faith, or a specific faith? Faith in family, love, god, money?

Please be more specific because faith covers a large spectrum of ideas or beliefs, and is usually associated with religion.

I have faith in love. I can’t see it, but I feel it for example.

 

 

  • Sun, Dec 07, 2008 - 05:11pm

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    Re: When will deflation turn into inflation?

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I believe this crisis has not even begun yet.

 

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So true, we are just seeing the outer bands of the perfect storm.

  • Sun, Dec 07, 2008 - 06:00pm

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    Ray Hewitt

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    Re: When will deflation turn into inflation?

And what faith are you describing? Is it a generalization of faith, or a specific faith? Faith in family, love, god, money?

Ron was quoting from the Bible, so I presume he was implying faith in God. It was in opposition to my biological explanation.

I have faith in love. I can’t see it, but I feel it for example.

It is more accurate to define personal relationships as one of values. It is values that we feel.

  • Sun, Dec 07, 2008 - 08:40pm

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    Re: When will deflation turn into inflation?

I would like to make a functional point. After reading all your articles and others from wide and extremely varied points of perspective. I have come to one defined conclusion. History continually repeats it’s self. As we live in a society involved in a feeding frenzy, It’s appetite to accumulate money wealth and status is ferocious.

If you cannot  see what is going on around you, then you are clearly unable to balance the past with the future. The Credit Crunch, this situation was formulated engineered and masterly executed.  Why is the top 10% of the nation’s wealth pulling back and taking back assets? The very basic principle of economics has to be supply and demand. Yet we are speculating, when we see the bottom of this deflationary curve?

Inflation will begin between February and April of 2009. The repartition of change within this  global economy is now working at such a fast pace, it has moved beyond any expectation I could have dreamt of. Given the circumstance of this recession. Next years poor cash flow will devastate an already heavily in debt business. It will have no choice but to raise prices in order to attempt to compensate for the fall in demand, and falter it will further and further in to the red. I believe this crisis has not even begun yet.

http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=fiXHlBpWZqg 

An engineered collaps however you look at it, it is by design and is no accident.

A perfect slogan for American Government if ever there was one, PRIVATIZE THE PROFITS & SOCIALIZE THE LOSSES.

 

 
  • Tue, Dec 09, 2008 - 03:09am

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    radiance

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    Re: When will deflation turn into inflation?

All I was stating is that belief in primordial soup requires faith. But you stated it as if it is as sure as the ground one stands upon.  If you want to believe that time plus organic molecules sloshing around is the origin of life I just shudder at the naivety of one who is so lucid otherwise. I am not opposing your belief. I strongly support your right to believe in primordial soup origin of life but "for the sake of the sheep such beliefs slaughter" I stand against it being presented as settled fact.

 

The evolutionary idea of vision evolving out of something that never had an eye nor was an eye requires gargantuan faith. The complexity of vision is vast. Millions of living cells each unique in purpose and association would have to line up from the surface of an eye all the way to a brain. The idea that such complexity just happens by utility is a statement of blind faith.

Simple mindedness promotes the evolutionary idea that given enough time anything can happen, even life! I believe in a type of evolution. Within species we have vast numbers of evolved subspecies. But a dog is still a dog even if one is 5 pounds and another is 100 pounds. But i do not believe in evolution that believes one species can produce a completely new and distinct species. The typical quoted proofs have been debunked for decades.

When I get on
the highway and travel to a place I have never been, I believe it is
there even though I have never been there. I have faith. Hewittr, geniuses who posses vast mathematical abilities, wherein they calculate the  probabilities of the existence of someplace alleged to be on a map is beyond us mere simple minded mortals. We just believe the Grand Canyon really does exist. We have faith. Imagine
the folly of flying an out to sea and hoping the island on the map
really is there or predicting it on some degree of
probability/improbability. Faith is the assurance of things hoped for
and the evidence of things not seen! Just as the Bible says. And most
of us have faith,intellectuals something else altogether.

 

  • Tue, Dec 09, 2008 - 04:05am

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    radiance

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    Re: When will deflation turn into inflation?

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I have faith in love. I can’t see it, but I feel it for example.

It is more accurate to define personal relationships as one of values. It is values that we feel.
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You speak truth hewittr. But you speak as one fallen from grace and mercy a voice now of evil.Such a life view as yours regarding values, explains why things of no value to a mother and father are so easy to discard; even their untimely children to be. The day is here when children are disposing of boomers, who not only are of little value but are burdens. Besides think of the inheritance wasted on elder-care. With peak oil etc, they "along with many other valued less people," will all the more when balanced with pragmatism lack utility/value and be disposed of like worn out rugs. We are as my dear 31 year old friend said self seeking beasts. However the romantic idea that pragmatism assures we will all work together for self preservation is deadly folly. A HOUSE DIVIDED WILL NOT STAND! Of course another Bible verse.

And imagine some here desire my voice be silenced for inducing disease, even the work of a mad-man!  None of us are safe when the least among as are judged by caprices values of utility. Truly yours is the voice an eventual ultimate destruction for all but an elite and in the words of the Christ get the behind me Satan. Your leadership in its logical conclusion kills. My voice promotes the sanctity of the least among us. Oh yes the voice of a diseased mad-man, so dangerous and powerful he must be silenced.

Ron

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