Nov 22, 2019, 12:20 PM
Let’s say you have 10m in assets. 1M in a home, 100k liquid 60k in cars. What do you suppose the rest of that money is doing?
You see, that’s all the separates us by income. People with more money have more investments and spend a bit more on food, clothing, cars, home, and entertainment. It’s all status signaling.
The rest of that money is out ‘working’ for them. But, what’s it doing?
Organizing research, investment, financing, organizing, producing, distributing, and trading. The result of which is lower-priced goods, services, and information, so that the totality of what you consume is cheaper in costs of time and ‘body wear and tear’ than it was in the past.
Now, what do you suppose separates poor countries from wealthy countries?
It’s how much money is out there researching, investing, financing, organizing, producing, distributing, and trading.
People don’t CONSUME much differently. It’s all status signaling. We have some pretty bad behavior (obesity, bad food, lack of exercise, lack of sufficient socialization).
Wat’s the biggest problem?
We can’t segregate by race, ethnicity, and class so that the average Christian with high investment children can have both a cheap house, a decent community, and a good school, without the ‘underclass riff-raff’ problem that is the unspoken falsehood of our age.
Fix the forced integration problem and restore voluntary disassociation, and we will have cheap decent white neighborhoods free of the alien underclasses who are biologically and cognitively and therefore socially different.
I can, we can, fix (a) the cost of housing in good neighborhoods and schools, and (b) the cost of education, and (c) the cost of money (credit, interest) very easily.
Then high investment parents (whites) will separate from low investment parents (non-whites) and we will have far less conflict because we will have far fewer interactions.
As a consequence, the less evolved (domesticated) peoples to put lower investment into their families and children (because it won’t matter anyway) will restore their drive to conformity in order to gain access to shared benefits.
At present they simply destroy our incentive to produce shared benefits.