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to Books I-III

F-J

F

Family income, I: P7-1; II: CE-1, CG-1, CG-2

Famous debate, II: 3

Faustian money, II: 3-4

Fear, II: 10; III: 19, 29, 33

Fictitious

  • bank-money cannot be the grand unifying system of Man's Being, III: 9
  • bank-money for credit creation: most unnatural, III: 10
  • on being indentured and bankrupted by, bank-money III: 10
  • money: hoard of human energy, III: 9
  • "motives" (Schopenhauer), I: 1; II: 11
  • world order, III: 17

Finance, propagators of, III: 40

Financed

  • by credit: slave traders, III: 25
  • by usurers: speculators, III: 19

Finances, government, II: 34

Financial

  • capital, I: 19
  • chronic lack of financial support in the commercialization of Watt's engine (Scherer), III: 15
  • and commercial powers, I: 21
  • concentration, II: 24
  • Darwinists, I: 26
  • deterioration, II: 68
  • difficulties of Boulton (Scherer), III: 15
  • distress, II: 13, 19
  • economic, and social concepts: connected in a common representation, II: 21
  • and economic interactions, II: 19
  • experts, and goodness, II: 29
  • fitness, I: 26
  • lives of millions of citizens, discretion over, I: 32
  • para-governments, I: 49
  • pyramids, I: 32
  • resources, and strategy of war, I: 38
  • ruin, I: 62; II: 14
  • sector reform, II: 27
  • security, II: 23
  • stability of citizens, monitoring potential threats to, II: 13
  • variables, time-evolution of, III: 18
  • world: appearance vs. reality, II: 8-9

Financial and electronic powers

  • culminating or turning point for Capitalism, III: 9
  • dominion imperative, III: 3

Financial institutions

  • on being taxed by, I: 22
  • center of gravity of, I: 43
  • coherent and collective behavior of, III: 32, 34
  • on compelling, to secure and preserve the life of the enterprise, I: 58
  • and contagious spread of overinvestments, I: 9
  • contracts with, I: 10
  • cost of financial transactions, I: 15
  • and credit cards, I: 21-22
  • earning higher Capitalist incomes, from highly collateralized loans, II: 21
  • and electronic data warehouses, I: 21
  • empowered by global electronic web, I: 21
  • loans and lending rates, II: 22
  • as money fortresses, I: 43
  • and privacy, I: 21
  • on sudden withdrawal of deposits from (Ricardo), I: 45- 46
  • and the up-side of the business cycle, III: 18-19

Financial system

  • how destabilized, in one fell swoop, I: 39
  • risk of collapse of, from convergent action by depositors, I: 45

Financing

  • the creation of new wealth: concealed plan, II: 21
  • education, I: 10
  • bank, of "speculation" (Galbraith), II: 1
  • innovation, by credit creation, II: 19, 22
  • re-, II: 19
  • speculative investments, II: 23
  • ventures, with other people's money, I: 18

Flanking operations, I: 38

Flaws in the legislation, III: 5, 27

Flawed

  • and contagious policies of usurers: consequences from globalization, III: 22
  • corporate administrative procedures: consequences from global computerization and networking, III: 30
  • distribution of bank loans, II: 15
  • distribution of bank-money, non-local effects of, III: 33
  • economic order of the money changers, and Christ's rebellion, III: 26
  • economic policies of Big Business, II: 15
  • legislation, III: 26
  • loan policies, II: 10
  • monetary policies, II: 4, 10

Foreclosures, I: 19, 33; II: 10, 15, 25, 26, 29, 46, 56, CF-3, CF-4, CF-5, CF-6, CF-7; III: 18, 22

France, I: 19, 33, 64; II: 34

Frankenstein monster

  • legislative, I: 55-56
  • on usury becoming a global, III: 22

Fraser Institute, II: CH-5

Fraud

  • artificial intelligence with intent to de-, III: 30
  • doggone, III: 25
  • on exposing, I: 63
  • fear-based authority is greatest, I: 65
  • fields, posited (QTE), III: 41
  • "force" and: "cardinal virtues" in war (Hobbes), I: 53
  • in the game of catallaxy, III: 26
  • greatest, of all time, III: 26, 65
  • in the marketplace (QTE), III: 41
  • must be incorporated in all serious calculations of net present value, I: 14
  • rate, II: 26
  • statistics, I: 9; III: 20, 22

Fraudulent

  • Darwinistic interpretations of theory of evolution, I: 27
  • differentiation, III: 25
  • dispossession or expropriation, II: 25
  • distribution of advantage, III: 26
  • doctrine of Capitalism, as Religion of Money, I: 62-63
  • most fraudulent thought securing the permanence of the Capitalist economic order, III: 26. See also Solomonic creed
  • justification of usurious interest, 9a
  • myth: progress as product of Capitalism, III: 16
  • "schemes" (Schumpeter), II: 13
  • Solomonic creed, I: 56
  • transfers of wealth, III: 41

Free

  • dimension of Being, 11a
  • enterprise system, II: 4
  • from Magian moralities of money, III: 9
  • market and heterogeneity, III: 24
  • marketplace, 7a; II: 4
  • marketplace, champions of, III: 25
  • on -men and slaves (Aristotle), II: 32
  • "proper way to be free" (Nietzsche), III: 28
  • society, foundations of, II: 4
  • state, of people, III: 31, 35
  • and wealthy, 9a
  • will, III: 32, 41

Free trade

  • abominable and farcical, I: 3
  • market despotism masquerading as, I: 14
  • mercantile system and, I: 12

Freedom

  • to buy and sell, II: 32
  • to choose between good or evil, III: 32, 33, 34
  • to choose true evil cannot be divorced from economic transactions, 10a; III: 33
  • and the champions of Capitalism, III: 32
  • corruption and perversion of, III: 32
  • danger to, II: 4
  • decrease in, II: 22
  • destruction of, I: 54
  • economic, I: 9; II: 27; III: 32
  • and English comforts, I: 29
  • "enmeshed in servitude" (Hegel), III: 19
  • expanding, by increasing opportunities, III: 29
  • how evil maxims corrupt, III: 33
  • how incorporated explicitly in QTE, III: 33
  • individual, I: 29
  • instruments of, I: 13
  • "is slavery" (Orwell), I: 22
  • and justice, connection between, III: 30
  • in the limit of a very large number of usurious quantum transactions (QTE), III: 32
  • loss of, 10a; III: 33, 34
  • menaced, I: 3
  • from money: not enough, III: 9
  • new consciousness of Being, III: 28
  • political, III: 32
  • preservation of, I: 31
  • protecting, II: 1
  • reasoning and, I: 52
  • of religion, I: 49
  • and rights: privileges and the good life, II: 32
  • road to, I: 5
  • and science and technology, I: 35
  • from the shadows of the marketplace, II: 33
  • and slavery, III: 39
  • subversion of, and democracy, III: 32
  • and wealth, III: 31
  • of the will, 10a
  • of the will, and consciousness, III: 34

Future

  • "commercial," of Carlson's "black box" (Dessauer), III: 15
  • determined: from the unfolding of the past, III: 23
  • distribution of knowledge and wealth, III: 24
  • economic developments, I: 57
  • economic security of families, II: 15
  • economic security of the Nation, II: 15
  • fate of mankind, I: 27, II: 31
  • financial security, II: 23
  • Fumbling the Future (Smith and Alexander), III: 15
  • generation of students, I: 10
  • money or wealth, and usurer claims, III: 20
  • overinvestments, II: 13
  • of a People, III: 30
  • possible: how anticipated, III: 21
  • predatory character of Capitalist: how unconcealed to entrepreneurs, III: 21
  • on predicting the, I: 52
  • responsibility for the, and the electorate, I: 41
  • of the Rule of Law, I: 51-61
  • of science and technology, III: 28
  • value, propagator of, III: 40

 

G

Galileo, Galilei, 10a; I: 63; III: 10, 14, 25, 28

"Game of catallaxy," 10a; I: 56; III: 26

Gambling, for profit, II: 23; III: 19. See also Speculators, Speculation

Gedanken Plan of War, I: 38-39

Genetic

  • code, of Capitalism, 7a
  • code of society: Legislation, 9a
  • flaws, in Legislation, 9a
  • process, of Capitalism, 9a

Germany, I: 64; II: 8, 27

Global

  • competition and banks, II: 27
  • computerization and networking, of flawed corporate administrative procedures, III: 30
  • economy, III: 33
  • electronic control, I: 23
  • electronic web, I: 21
  • financial and electronic powers, III: 3, 9
  • Frankenstein monster, III: 22
  • marketplace for humans as property, I: 29. See also Royal African Company
  • policies of usurers, III: 22
  • servitude, III: 3
  • sphere of influence, of big banks, III: 22

Globalization, 10a; III: 22

The Globe and Mail, I: P11-2; II: CH-5. See also Report on Business Magazine

Good, 10a, 11a. See also Evil

Good life, the

  • access to, II: 32
  • condition for acquiring, II: 33
  • and dominion over people, II: 32
  • entitled to: only masters, II: 31-33
  • freedom, rights, and privileges, II: 32
  • and leisure, conditions for, I: 27, 57
  • struggle for, II: 30

Goodness

  • too important a matter to be left to financial experts, II: 29
  • and life instincts, II: 33

Goods

  • consumption and capital, II: 4
  • on "possession" of money and (Plato), II: 29
  • and services, expenditures on, II: 22

Government(s)

  • arbitrary, I: 33; II: 27
  • on assured risk of global dissolution of, I: 39
  • behaving like Big Business, I: 35
  • borrowing, to pay off interest on public debt, II: 68
  • Canadian: indentured to Big Money, II: 32
  • claims on, III: 32
  • control: danger to freedom, II: 4
  • control over citizens, II: 27
  • debt, I: 9; II: 6, 25, 29, 32, 68; III, 10, 22
  • and the Declaration of Independence, I: 32
  • deficits, I: 34; II: 7, 9, 11, 25, 29, 68
  • on entanglements of business owners involving, III: 41
  • expenditures, on goods and services, II: 22
  • finances, questions about, II: 34
  • and the hidden motives behind the economic veil, II: 32
  • "horizon of advantage" (Nietzsche), III: 30
  • indentured to Big Money, I: 3; II: 21, 25, 27, 31, 32
  • indentured to the Money Trust, II: 27, 29
  • on indenturing population through loans to, III: 28
  • as interacting body, in economic system, III: 36
  • interest on the public debt, II: 29
  • manipulated, to provide net tax advantages to Big Business, I: 16
  • the Money Trust's advantages over, I: 44
  • motives or intentions, II: 10, 21
  • and needs not met by the marketplace, II: 4
  • net advantages to, I: 41; III: 30
  • net lending of, II: 25, 37, 68
  • and new legislature, I: 61
  • policies, II: 10
  • privatizing of, I: 35
  • promises, II: 27
  • reaction, to massive global withdrawals of deposits, I: 45
  • reinventing (Clinton Administration), II: 31
  • resentment of, cynicism and distrust, II: 26
  • response to deteriorating income gap, II: 64
  • on the "rich" in an "arbitrary" (Hume), II: 27
  • and risk of financial collapse, I: 45
  • Second Treatise on Government (Locke), I: 49, 50
  • securities, II, 25
  • subjugated, by debts, II: 35
  • subsidies, III: 26
  • thinking about, I: 52
  • threatened, I: 17
  • transfer payments, to families, I: 19; II: 11, 24
  • on "transgression" by (Locke), I: 49
  • tyrannized, by creative destruction, I: 20
  • U.S., indentured to Big Money, II: 32
  • unclued on how to make the good life accessible to all the citizens, II: 32
  • on what ought to be the central preoccupation of governments: the connection between freedom and justice, III: 30
  • will of, II: 10
  • wise, I: 48
  • See Big Government, Net advantages, Para- governments

Greed

  • on compelling the Money Trust to maintain economic servitude by force, I: 37
  • creed for overthrowing, I: 35
  • destructive, III: 11
  • and dominion over others, I: 53
  • forces of, menace freedom, I: 3
  • in the game of catallaxy, III: 26
  • rapacious, II: 30
  • "the seven deadly sins of Christianity" (Mumford), III: 1

Greeks, I: 51; II: 32

Gross domestic product (GDP), II: 22, 24; III: 32

Growth

  • causes of the, of modern totalitarianism (Popper), III: 24
  • Innovation and Growth (Scherer), III: 14
  • of knowledge, according to the No-Return Theorem (Tipler), III: 24
  • of large businesses, I: 26; II: 1

 

H

Hammurabi, I: 51

Harvesting

  • and Predation phase of the business cycle, II: 21; III: 18, 20, 21, 23
  • and predatory transfers of wealth, II: 24
  • See also Business cycle, Expansion, Predatory

Health statistics, II: CF-1, CF-2

Heart attack, II: 9, 11, 26, 56, CF-4, CF-5, CF-6, CF-7; III: 22. See also Acute myocardial infarction, Ischemic heart disease

Hilbert space, III: 36

Historical

  • change, II: 17
  • development of the Rule of Law, I: 51
  • energy consumption patterns (U.S.), II: 18
  • evidence, from oppressions and insurrections, I: 19
  • fact regarding the "means of production" (Huxley), III: 1
  • practices of the marketplace, III: 25
  • slave ownership: how justified, I: 59
  • statistics on bank failures, I: 46

Historicism

  • Hegel's, III: 24-25
  • Popper on, III: 24-25
  • as unconcealment of the "hidden, undeveloped essence" of a person or a state (Hegel), III: 25

Historicist doctrines, III: 24

History

  • of the British Empire, I: 31
  • of the epoch of Capitalism, III: 10
  • foretelling (Nietzsche), III: 8
  • hysteretic change, II: 17
  • "laws of society and history" (Bunge), III: 1
  • Machiavelli's procedure for understanding, I: 37
  • "of the next two centuries" (Nietzsche), III: 1
  • of "the people who manage money" (Galbraith), I: 32
  • of a person or state, III: 25
  • of progress, III: 14
  • of runs on banks, I: 46
  • of the transactions of the marketplace: reveals practices of the marketplace, I: 10

Hologram (Bohm), III: 18, 23

The Holy Bible. See Index of Biblical and Prophetic References

Hong Kong, I: 28

Hospital morbidity, II: CF-4, CF-5, CF-6, CF-7

 

I

Idea(s)

  • greatest, and patents, III: 16
  • of historicism, III: 25
  • of "model for a mind" (Penrose), III: 34
  • phenomenological, II: 9
  • of quantum theory, III: 38
  • of Quantum Theory of Economics (Ayoub), III: 34
  • and the real world, II: 8
  • of war, I: 47
  • World as Will and Idea (Schopenhauer), II: 10-11

Idealists, II: 3

Ideals

  • and catastrophe, III: 8
  • false, III: 20

IMF. See International Monetary Fund

Implicate order

  • of the business cycle, II: 37, III: 19, 22, 23, 40
  • Bohm's concept of, III: 17, 34, 40
  • defective, III: 24
  • of the economy, II: 50, 68; III: 18, 22, 40
  • how created and destroyed, III: 34
  • how enfolded, III: 39
  • on the people who control the, III: 18, 19
  • social and economic, III: 18
  • of society, encoded in laws, II: 33

Income

  • Capitalist, II: 21
  • -contingent agreement, I: 60
  • family, II: 6, 7, 9, 22, 50
  • gap, rich-poor, I: 19-20, 64
  • inequality, II: 31
  • interest, II: 22
  • loss of, II: 9
  • net, of big banks, II: 26, 37
  • personal disposable, II: 24, 28, 68, III: 10
  • real average family, I: 17, 57; II: 21-22
  • source of, for the Money Trust, I: 22

Indenture(d)

  • Americans and Canadians, II: 34
  • and bankrupted: by fictitious bank-money, III: 10
  • to banks, I: 60
  • borrowers, III: 20
  • with debt: whole populations, 9a
  • defined (QTE), III: 35-36
  • degree to which each person is, to Capitalist groups, III: 9-10
  • and democracy, III: 32
  • electorate, III: 23
  • families, II: 21, 24
  • governments, II: 21, 25, 27, 31, 32
  • indexes of personal, III: 10
  • minds, I: 13
  • North American family, II: 32
  • number of, and Capitalism, III: 23
  • people, II: 28, 29, 31
  • of population: betrayed by massive increases in debts, II: 68
  • servants, I: 3, 51; II: 32; III: 25, 26
  • state of being, defined by laws, III: 31
  • students, I: 10
  • through usury, III: 34
  • whole generations, I: 13
  • of whole generations of students: as minds, III: 28
  • of whole populations, and loss of freedom, III: 33
  • of whole populations: through loans to governments, III: 28
  • See also Indentured servitude

Indentured servitude

  • of entrepreneurs, III: 21
  • and Gargantuan debts, III: 28
  • superhigh concentrations of, and war, III: 27

Index Librorum Prohibitorum, I: 64

Industry Canada, I: P11-2

Inequality

  • "March of Inequality" (Rousseau), I: 54
  • perpetuated, I: 49
  • Rousseau on, I: 53-54
  • and vicious cycle of poverty, II: 31

Instability

  • economic, I: 39
  • of enterprises, II: 23

Instinct(s)

  • Capitalist, I: 18
  • destructive or predatory, I: 58
  • destructive sadistic death, II: 30
  • fairness and justice, I: 56
  • goodness and life, must be favored by the law, II: 33
  • "life" and "death" (Freud), I: 57
  • life, creative entrepreneurial, II: 30
  • life-preserving and life-enhancing, I: 58
  • nihilistic Capitalist, I: 61
  • on sadism as "destructive" (Freud), I: 57
  • sadistic, of Big Business and Big Governments, I: 58
  • sadistic death, and the business cycle, II: 30
  • self-preservative, of entrepreneurs, I: 58
  • society's life and death, embodied in the legislature, I: 57-58
  • technical, of management, III: 15

Instinctual compulsion, to repeat (Freud), I: 22

Intellectual

  • basis for dominion, I: 31
  • basis for Plan of War, I: 38
  • bastion for Capitalism, I: 27
  • capital, I: 13
  • champions, of the free enterprise system, I: 5
  • justification for plunder, I: 28
  • machinery for probing the essence of Capitalism, III: 3
  • property rights, II: 14; III: 26

Intelligence

  • artificial, potential for gross misuse and abuse, III: 30
  • collection of, I: 63
  • and consciousness, III: 17, 28
  • "development of intelligence" (Spencer), III: 24
  • educated, I: 60
  • esteem of, I: 53
  • favored over stupidity and irrationality, II: 33
  • and freedom, I: 3
  • and freedom of the will, 10a
  • labor replaced by, I: 13
  • People's policy, I: 42
  • and the scientific method, I: 52
  • secret, 38
  • technological, I: 17
  • and virtues, I: 61, II: 11, 33

Intelligent

  • computer-controlled devices, III: 29
  • machines, will replace servitude, III: 29

Intelligible causality

  • of borrower's "sorrowing" (Franklin), II: 11
  • extracted from empirical evidence, II: 11

Intelligibility, of the link between flawed economic policies and economic losses, II: 10

Interest, "bred by Money" (Aristotle), 9a. See also Usury

International Financial Statistics. See International Monetary Fund

International Financial Statistics Yearbook. See International Monetary Fund

International Monetary Fund, I: P15-1; II: CD-2, CE-4

Investment position, net international, with foreign countries, II: 24, 68

Investment(s)

  • arm, of bank, II: 14
  • commercial real estate, II: 7-8, 46
  • and demand for capital assets, II: 19
  • and increases in family income, II: 22
  • long-term, in slaves, I: 29
  • mal-, II: 19
  • pattern of, in commercial real estate, II: 46
  • role of, in the Trade Cycle, II: 4
  • speculative, II: 1, 6, 23
  • See Overinvestment(s)

Investigating, histories of persons or states, III: 25

Investigation

  • cui bono method, II: 7
  • of historical practices, of the marketplace, III: 25

Investigative

  • methods, II: 21
  • tools (QTE), III: 38

Ireland, I: 28

Irrational-evil, 9a

Ischemic heart disease, II: 26, 56. See also Heart attack

Israelites, I: 51

 

J

Japan, I: 21, 34; II: 8, 27

Job(s)

  • destruction of, II: 10
  • fear of losing, I: 35
  • full-time, III: 29
  • losing, to software, I: 60
  • loss, II: 9-10
  • loss: the basis of the worker's fear and continued servitude, III: 19
  • market, I: 60
  • security, threats to, II: 15
  • technology and, at banks, III: 29
  • on technology increasing productivity and eliminating, I: 17
  • technology will eliminate, III: 29

Judicial

  • biases, corroborated, II: 14
  • machinery: enframing Solomonic creed, III: 26
  • system, and economic interests of the rich, II: 15

Justice

  • absolute mockery of, I: 3
  • accessible to all, I: 56
  • as concealed intention to preserve advantages of masters over servants, III: 26
  • cost of, I: 56
  • Department of, U.S., III: 16
  • essence of, as "advantage" (Heidegger), III: 26
  • and fairness, I: 47
  • flawed, I: 56
  • and freedom, III: 30
  • imperfect, I: 19
  • instinct of fairness and, I: 56
  • and leisure, III: 29
  • majority will monopolize, I: 55
  • maximizing, for all, I: 55
  • on "deceit" and "rules" of (Rousseau), I: 54
  • principles of, I: 39, 40, 47
  • "principles of justice" (Rawls), I: 40, 47
  • "priority of justice" (Rawls), I: 40
  • privatizing, I: 35
  • Ptolemaic, III: 29
  • reasoning about, I: 52
  • subversions of, I: 60
  • "supreme representative of life itself" (Nietzsche), III: 26, 30
  • and technology, III: 29
  • trinity of Mind, Life, and Justice, III: 28-29

Justice System, run on the, 7a; I: 36. See also Run on Banks, World War III

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