Samstag, 22. November 2014

»A petri dish of Keynesian ideas«

... (also eine »Petrischale des Keynesianismus«) nennt Peter Schiff die berüchtigten »Abenomics«:
As Japanese Prime Minster Shinzo Abe has turned his country into a petri dish of Keynesian ideas, the trajectory of Japan's economy has much to teach us about the wisdom of those policies. And although the warning sirens are blasting at the highest volumes imaginable, few economists can hear the alarm.
Data out this week shows the Japanese economy returning to recession by contracting for the second straight quarter (and three out of the last four quarters). The conclusion reached by the Keynesian apologists is that the benefits of inflation caused by the monetary stimulus have been counteracted, temporarily, by the negative effects of inflation caused by taxes. This tortured logic should be a clear indication that the policies were flawed from the start.
Und Europa empfiehlt ein Nobelpreisträger — Paul Krugman — emphatisch denselben Schwachsinn:
Europe need something like Abenomics only Abenomics, I think, is falling short, so they need something really aggressive in Europe.
Ist doch klar! Wir haben zu wenig Schulden, als daß es uns richtig gut gehen könnte. Alle pumpen alle an, damit sich alle bei allen was kaufen können, und schon geht es allen besser. Genau so geht's! Nur so geht's  ... 

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