What Happens When Science Goes Wrong

 

Emma Walsh

Dec. 13, 2020

 

In ancient times, rulers used religion to keep their subjects under their thumb.

Modern-day leaders use science… especially “economic science.”

With their Ph.D.s and their printing presses, they believe they can “fix” the U.S. economy.

And the free money they so nobly dispense appeases their subjects… and blinds them to the subterfuge.

Regards,

Emma Walsh
Managing Editor, Bill Bonner’s Diary

 


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