Overflight, 3

“Science is a long history of learning how not to fool ourselves.”
Richard Feynman, as quoted in Vladimir Z. Nuri, Fractional Reserve Banking as Economic Parasitism

“In the modern world there are enough raw materials, work, plants, skilled labour, scientific and technological notions and, in general, enough wealth to feed – or rather to overfeed – its inhabitants. And nevertheless in the aforementioned modern world, "economic" crises and workers' unemployment repeat unfailingly, periodically, with their corollary: hunger. The official economic science excuses this alternation of phases of prosperity and recession, slurring about fictitious wealth and about production excess, and attaining the astonishing conclusion that it is logical and natural to see people swaying out of hunger and misery beside stores full of any kind of goods. Personally, I came to the conclusion that the so−called contemporary economic science represents […] a pyramid "bluff" that nonetheless almost no one dares to expose for fear to look incompetent, uninformed, backward−looking, etc. in the eyes of the conformist mass, kneeled down in adoration of the codified ideas. Whatever the possible objections, it's unnatural – and thus impossible – that people starve to death for having produced too many consumer goods.”
Joaquin Bochaca, La finanza y el poder (Finance and Power)

“Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. Ye shall know them by their fruits.”
Gospel of Matthew, from en.wikiquote.org