Talk:Social Credit

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I'm curious why this is assumed not to work via various associations with fallacy, but the mechanics of why those fallacies apply is not explained. This is not a very rational article.— Unsigned, by: 141.218.204.43 / talk / contribs

Have to agree with the BON here. This line specifically: "A simplified version of Social Credit: capitalism is unable to produce enough "unearned increments of association" (again, money) to enable consumers to be fully vested in their economic power, so the solution is for the government to periodically pump extra money into the economy at regular intervals." How is that different than the system we have now where the Federal Reserve sets a target rate of inflation? This article appears to be !!11!!NOT RATIONAL!!11!! Nebuchadnezzar (talk) 06:07, 12 July 2014 (UTC)
I wrote most of the article on Wikipedia, but have ignored this article as a joke, because it was obviously written by advocates of the Austrian school of economics, who know nothing about Social Credit. I could clean up the article, but not if it’s going to just get deleted. — Unsigned, by: 68.150.141.68 / talk / contribs 18:26, 3 December 2017 (UTC)