The Cancer Stage of Economic Parasitism

Paradoxically as usual, the parallel of economics with physics and physiology, and of economic suppression with pathological physiology, is as much outstanding a discovery as its subject is there in plain sight staring us in the face. Even though the ancient first described society as a living organism and both what to study and how to study it have always been at hand, to put it all together and see it emerging from the fog it took a stroke of genius.

This advancement in the understanding of what’s going on has been made possible by the advancement in both the instruments and the methods of investigation. In short, these consist in subjecting economics to a) the extensive computational experiments, modelling, simulations and empirical analysis made possible by a computational power not available in the past, to b) the synergy of economics, physics, biology and particularly parasitology, studying it as an energy system, as an ecosystem, and as a host organism subject to parasitism, and to c) an approach genuinely scientific and sufficiently immune of arbitrary stretches.

The conclusion is that, just as society is a living organism and the means of credit, payment and exchange such as money are its blood, moneypulation is at the very least parasitism, and intrinsically a cancer.
The conclusion is that moneypulators are parasites at the very least, and intrinsically carcinogenic cells.
And the conclusion is that this is not just a figure of speech; far from it. That all the relevant characteristics of parasitism and cancer are present in moneypulation – and in moneypulators – is but the beginning.