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    (Original post by Kibalchich)
    If only the the economy behaved as the theory predicted eh.
    It does, but first you need to equip yourself with the ideological tools that'll allow you to make an accurate prediction based upon the facts. Unfortunately (for you) that means ditching socialism. A lot of people are simply unable to let go though and doggedly stick to their left/right religions.
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    It does, but first you need to equip yourself with the ideological tools that'll allow you to make an accurate prediction based upon the facts. Unfortunately (for you) that means ditching socialism. A lot of people are simply unable to let go though and doggedly stick to their left/right religions.
    You really are spectacularly thick
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    (Original post by Kibalchich)
    You really are spectacularly thick
    I take it that means you'd rather stick to your prejudices than grapple with the facts. Fair enough. Just don't try and make 'clever' assumptions by claiming the economy is unpredictable. It's entirely predictable when you know what to look out for. If you want to remain ignorant that's your lookout.
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    (Original post by chefdave)
    I take it that means you'd rather stick to your prejudices than grapple with the facts. Fair enough. Just don't try and make 'clever' assumptions by claiming the economy is unpredictable. It's entirely predictable when you know what to look out for. If you want to remain ignorant that's your lookout.
    I stand by my previous assertion.
 
 
 
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