Inflation is Making
the FED Lose Their Composure
When one tries to solve a problem, they don’t want to create new ones as a consequence of the process.
When my friend’s father had an issue with an infestation in his right foot, the doctors suggested amputating all the way up to the knee to stop the spread.
He knew that this solution was not a precise one but an area-based one.
Instead of targeting the exact problem, one offers a broad solution, a way to eradicate the whole situation by raising the odds of success drastically, but the cost is massive.
It’s like with anything else; if a customer wants the hotel to offer them a custom-made, tailored experience that covers every indulgence they may have, the best concierges will accommodate and charge an arm and a leg, pun intended.
Anyone could blanket a problem with a solution that has grave costs attached to it, but fear of the problem spreading makes one desperate.
What if the infection spreads throughout the body, poisoning all cells? What if that happens? There’s no easy answer or a simple solution when everything is on the line.
Jerome Powell heads the Federal Reserve, and his solutions will ALWAYS be ones with colossal unintended consequences by the pure definition of the term “CENTRAL BANK.”
When anything is central, it involves many bystanders that aren’t part of the problem or the solution but are swept up in the turmoil.
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When America wanted to end the war in Japan in WW2, they realized that Japan would NEVER SURRENDER under normal circumstances.
The Japanese kept saying they would fight until the last person, a motto that meant tens of millions of casualties on both sides.
American generals relentlessly bombed the factories of the Japanese army to no avail.
These precision bombings were the standard for the U.S. military, which didn’t believe in hitting civilian targets as a way to quicken capitulation and reach a truce.
It was the British “success” (if you can call any area bombing that) of both Hamburg and Dresden that convinced the U.S. to embark upon the “Night of the Black Snow,” the bombing of Tokyo’s northeastern part of the city, including its residential neighborhoods.
The so-called logic of the madness is that by inflicting pain now, you can stop more pain down the road.
In a way, that’s Powell’s approach to inflation. Before it spreads and takes over, he must chop it off, but will he need to cause a recession or a depression to get his way?
My friend’s dad ended up spending a full month in a pressure chamber where the virus got destroyed, so only one finger had to be surgically removed. He kept his leg and is still walking with it.
The Americans didn’t get their way on the Night of the Black Snow and took a bigger gamble with Nagasaki and Hiroshima four months later in the most painful attack ever on human life.
Will Powell be able to walk the thin line between precise destruction and utter chaos?
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