Today's wind-swept discussion by the young lovers (they are still dating, right?) involves them likening the seasonal Sinkhole Phenomenon to the eternal Prison Capitalism practises that are RAMPANT on this financially-enslaved planet - the image (top right) suggest they might have 'borrowed' this canny concept from Bloomberg news. Anyway, they're likening Walmart's crippled Just In Time shelf stocking aka logistics problems to Soviet Socialism. They're talking about Walmart taking down the entire retailin monoculture when they 'go down'. Supply and Demand is such an erroneous phrase, "Do you really need all that shit they're marketing at you?"
Well, you don't know, you're just Consumers.
Free Planet doesn't condone money: it's certainly doesn't condone PROFIT. "Yeah, but a man's gotta make a living, Mike," thus thought the Roman Empire. No one else. It's all a lie that man has to 'work' to 'earn his living'. "So, what's your solution, Mike?" What am I, an Economist? Am I directing the citizens in a World War scenario? No, but maybe we could look at a Dream Job scenario with 'how women pitched in' during the second world war when they got to choose their preferred role in society while their men were being slaughtered on some foreign shore.
Seriously, it's for greater minds than mine to 'work out the technical details' of what a Free Planet might look like, "IT CERTAINLY DOESN'T LOOK LIKE CONTEMPORARY CITY-PRISON EARTH." In fact, it might not even involve 'any planning' at all, other than "Do right by Free Planet." I certainly don't want any more Think Tanks and Foundations telling me what's best for me. So, maybe MY IDEAS are more important then theirs. And I'm right. So are you. You just don't realise this, yet. You're still stuck in their prison-food paradigm. Resources can't fuel Economies, it's just BULLSHIT. Resources are to be protected, not exploited.
So, back to Keiser Report's sinkhole analogy, Nitrate Contaminated Ground Water especially in over-agricultured areas. The waterboard needs to be waterboarded, quips Keiser before going on to chit-chat to his girlfriend about Water Futures and Water Wars, bottle that. Fertiliser comes from oil, he adds.
Special financial sinkhole guest: Gail Tverberg of Our Infinite Universe, talking about de-salinated water forced on consumers when aquafer water is available etc. Printing Money or Quantitative Easing is also mentioned, but I don't think even these so-called intelligent commentators actually UNDERSTAND the concept of Free Energy and Free Industry and Free Living for a Free Planet. Not slaves, Custodians.