Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Plan B? We need Plan C: A constant, no-growth economy, to stabilise the world from potentially-endless financial and economic crisis.

Growth is finished. Greece is going to default within 4 months; the Euro will tumble and disintegrate. Financial interests will give up trying to seek profits in the real economy, and move still further into trying to profit from a bear market, leading to yet more financial and economic disaster.
It is pointless - counterproductive - in this context, to keep seeking the hopeless capitalist outofdate 'remedy' of growth. For my critique of Compass's Plan B then, on Bright Green, goto: http://brightgreenscotland.org/index.php/2011/10/plan-b-vs-plan-c/

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Growth is finished. Greece is going to default within 4 months; the Euro will tumble and disintegrate. Financial interests will give up trying to seek profits in the real economy, and move still further into trying to profit from a bear market, leading to yet more financial and economic disaster.
It is pointless - counterproductive - in this context, to keep seeking the hopeless capitalist outofdate 'remedy' of growth. For my critique of Compass's Plan B then, on Bright Green, goto: http://brightgreenscotland.org/index.php/2011/10/plan-b-vs-plan-c/
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