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What Would Greenspan Do?

By Owen Paine on Friday October 26, 2007 01:16 PM

Between my day job, and my skunk-works work over the Internet, designing a Doomsday Machine among economic models, I can only manage brief concise meme-ography here. But this thought occurs to me as worth one hundred thousand repeats for us inmates of America, Inc.:

What's the equivalent, for our secular Sodom, of "Allah is merciful, Allah is great” in the land of Saud and Sand? I think it's something like this: "What's good for the TNCs* is good for us all."

Ask yourself next time you reach a fork in your head -- "How will this choice, properly made, help the TNCs?" -- and take your path accordingly


* Trans-national corporations, of course.

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