Little Miss Liberty – The Game

Three rules of investing:

1. Invest in yourself first. Invest in your knowledge and character.
2. Remember you are dealing with people.
3. Buy low and sell high.


The Game:

Tempt people into slavery using their own lust.


The Strategy:

People want to be loved. However, many people are too lazy or too impatient to go about the hard work of earning love and giving love. Luckily, sensations that a person can get from love, can also be had from validation, satiation, and gratification. Buying material objects can give a human being a temporary sensation of love—or joy. Encourage the human to buy objects which provide this sensation. And then provide the the money to buy it.

“We buy to cover ourselves with love.”

Where does the money come from? It’s imaginary. But we need a symbol, a tangible object that people can hold and trust to exchange for goods and services which satiate the senses.

How to make an object desirable:

For this tactic, we’ll employ the ‘dandelion scenario’. Enter a town and buy up all the dandelions. When people ask what you are doing, tell them dandelions are hip. Humans, because they want to be validated, will slowly begin to buy dandelions themselves. Soon enough, humans are buy and selling, and borrowing to buy more dandelions. Slowly sell your dandelions back into the market at a profit. Move to the next town leaving pay-day loan franchises in your wake.

How to make a human use your money:

Show a human a nice, desirable object. Explain that the human can have the object if they pay with your special script. Allow the human to work for your special script. Raise the price of the object for the next person.

The Strategy in Application:

Lower interest rates and increase money supply to devalue the currency. Simultaneously, this action reduces any debt owed in the past. While the volume of debt remains the same, the value of the script measured against the debt is lowered. This depletes the productivity of others while paying monies owed with a lesser form. The money looks the same, feels the same, but it’s not. It’s less.

This strategy increases consumer debt with all the tempting money available as goods are bid and prices inflate. Use the resulting inflation to deplete savings and encourage sponsored governments to tax all the profits. The governments use tax money to pay back loans they incurred attempting to buy love for the people. Finally, raise interest rates and tighten the money supply. People and their governments are now bonded in slavery. Enforce this slavery with a paid, armed force.

…………. wt?

Ick, that moral conscience thing again.

To indenture a person for shelter, heat, food, clothing, and security is kind of reprehensible. Bad karma. So, in the story, I will eventually recommend two currencies: one fixed and issued by the government, probably electronic, that correlates between wages and the cost of living; and the other a market currency which fluctuates and gets used in commercial transactions. I also project that governments, as they exist today, wish they never let lenders and speculators artificially inflate prices and relabel it as value. But the average citizen was expendable–this story is about a debt from long, long ago.


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