Monetary inflation is not price inflation

As I am writing a book in German about national debts, I am deepening not only my understanding of our debt-based monetary system, but also the way language is used to impose the system through organisations and institutions.

And thus I have discovered this article that distinguishes between “monetary”, i.e. currency-related inflation and “financial”, i.e. price-related inflation.

The value of a currency in relation to other currencies feeds into the mechanism of controlling other nations, besides feeding the fever and zeal of traders and investors.

The value of products, services and labour feeds into the mechanisms of exploiting planet and people.

Who controls whom?

Who controls the controllers?

What can you and I do? Let’s just love the internet that allows us to express our thoughts and to connect with likeminded people. They are EVERYWHERE.

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