The Broken Window Fallacy: Creating problems where none exist

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The Broken Window Fallacy” 

spending money you not not have, to fix a problem that does not exist creates more problemsoh, they love to create problems to solve

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Your TV is lying to you when it says "the demand for gasoline" is rising (1,338 Words)

Link to the ebookLearn the difference between a commodity and an end-value. Then you cannot be tricked into thinking there is only one way to get the energy we need.
By Robert Run (1338 Words) Click here for the ebook.

 

 

 

5 corporations own 96 percent of the mainstream media. Television is an appliance.  TV: An appliance that plugs into a wall and it is controlled by the people on the other end of the plug, the energy companies, who apply it to your brain. 5 corporations own 96 percent of the mainstream media. Television is an appliance.  It is an appliance that plugs into a wall and it is controlled by the people on the other end of the plug, the energy companies, who apply it to your brain.  There is no such thing as “demand for gasoline”.