Saturday, May 26, 2018

The Unholy Trinity Of Credit Ratings, GST And Sharemarket

The west worships the trinity of credit ratings, gst and sharemarket and wants the rest of the world to come on board their faith.

I have always wondered what the hell they are talking about when they talk about credit ratings. Can you really rate a country's credit worthiness? Does it even make sense? Is there a fail proof magic formula?

Hahaha.... read the idiots' own admission

If a country's credit worthiness rating can be bought, as almost anything can be these days, and is a capricious thing anyway, pray tell what is an triple A + rating worth?

The west also shouts from the rooftops of the redemptive merits of the goods and services tax (GST) and wants everyone to wise up to it.

GST is the lazy government's solution to corruption and not working to make the economy tick. Just burden everyone with paying the government for everything they buy or consume. The government shakes it lazy legs and squeezes the pitiable goose. In time, there is no more to be squeezed and the lazy government topples over.

The less talked about sharemarket  the better.

It is time to lay the western trinity of credit ratings, GST and sharemarket to rest and exorcise the (un)holy ghosts.

Hahaha....

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