A (Hopefully Fake) Paul Krugman Laments The Lack Of Death And Destruction Following Today’s Earthquake

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Zero Hedge
Aug 24, 2011

We truly can only hope that this Google Plus account of Paul Krugman is merely a well-orchestrated parody, because if it is indeed that of the self-styled uber-Keynesian, the time for the public outrage, his economic beliefs aside, has arrived.

In a blast post on Google’s imitation of twitter and facebook, which should immediately result in the termination of the Nobel prize winning economist if it was indeed penned by him, this particular account of “Paul Krugman” writes:

People on twitter might be joking, but in all seriousness, we would see a bigger boost in spending and hence economic growth if the earthquake had done more damage.”

Translation…well it’s pretty obvious, but for those laboring under the aftermath of a full frontal lobotomy, the person who tweeted this essentially yearns for his voodoo economic religion to be validated following countless failures of Keynesianism (no, really, after this latest injection of Xx *illion dollars into the economy things will really be well), at the expense of death and destruction. Even more poignant translation: “Krugman” would like nothing more than to put an equal sign between the death of a human being and its proportional GDP replacement value.

What next: Krugman lamenting that only certain races end up getting killed in conflict, those whose replacement potential is too low, demanding more death? Or that X number of deaths would have been more stimulative if it was really XXX?

This is about as close as we will get to a Keynesian admitting that reparations for death and destruction are the only two special clauses under which fiscal stimulus does work.

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Which of course means that with idiots such as the poster of the above who actually thinks this, be it Krugman or some of his countless voodoo brethren, and with their proximity to the president, the only logical explanation is that a war is coming, and is being welcomed by all these s[h|c]am “economists”, for whom human death and suffering is a fair tradeoff in preserving their tenure or modestly-paid, liberal publication blogging jobs.

If this indeed Krugman’s account, it is imperative that the NYT immediately terminate this pathologically deranged and homicidal psychopath. Institutionalization in a mentally insane ward may be a proper subsequent action.

A (Hopefully Fake) Paul Krugman Laments The Lack Of Death And Destruction Following Todays Earthquake  Krugman

Naturally, if this is indeed a fake accountholder, then the sarcastic spotlighting of the subject truly achieves its goal.

Incidentally, for those who have watched Michael Clayton recently, perhaps they can remind us what the New York State statute on 3rd party commitment is.

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2 Responses to “A (Hopefully Fake) Paul Krugman Laments The Lack Of Death And Destruction Following Today’s Earthquake”

  1. hmm usa was asking after the missing military billions AND enron and then the towers fell over.
    bldg7 and pentagon. handy those areas where evidence was got wiped..sheer bad luck ain’t it?
    handy diversion lots of income from kitting out an army+contractors.
    they dont even figure people into it, pschycopaths don’t!
    the view is simply disaster = rebuilding, new stuff, more stuff made to employ and manage to prosper from the debt that engenders..
    they arent an issue.
    we’re pieces om a chessboard
    deal with it.

  2. Obviously fake.

    And if you have to spread fake quotes to attack your opponent in an argument, you are telling the world you got nothing.

    Balancing the budget and cutting spending was tried between late 1929-1933 by Hoover. How did that work out?

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