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S ago on November By MZWNEWSCOM Share Tweet Die Brechung der Zinsknechtschaft war eine Forderung in dem Punkte Programm der NSDAP und bedeutet die Einschrnkung des staatlichen Anleihwesens mit den bedrckenden Zinslasten Vordenker war Gottfried Feder der bereits den „Deutschen Kampfbund zur Das Manifest Das menschliche Unternehmen DAS MANIFEST Ziel der Initiative ist die nachhaltige Verbreitung von Management Regeln fr den menschlichen Umgang innerhalb von Unternehmen Es ist unsere Vision mit Beispielen Schwachpunkte und Verbesserungen innerhalb von Unternehmen aufzuzeigen um einen Prozess des Umdenkens einzuleiten Die Mitarbeiter eines Unternehmens sind das wichtigste Gut und die beste Basis fr einen Das Manifest der Narren – Wikipedia Das Manifest der Narren Originaltitel Babo Seoneon nach McCune Reischauer Pabo Sŏnŏn ist ein Film des sdkoreanischen Regisseurs Lee Jang ho aus dem Jahr Es ist uasi der Nachfolger des Film Children of Darkness Beide Filme basieren einem von Lee Chol yong Pseudonym Lee Dong cheol verffentlichten Roman dessen Titel sich mit „Die Shne der Dunkelheit Manifest Vertrauensvereinbarung zur Manifest Vertrauensvereinbarung zur Softwareeinfhrung Manifest zur Einfhrung von Office bei der Continental AG Grundprinzipien der Zusammenarbeit Kommunikation und Vertrauen sind die Werkzeuge fr informationelle Selbstbestimmung in einer zunehmend digitalen Welt Auch Technologien und insbesondere digitale Tools werden ein immer wichtigerer Teil von Ausbildung Kommunikation Das Manifest | United Europe Mit dem Rmischen Manifest hat eine Gruppe fhrender junger Wissenschaftler und Berufsttiger aus Europa einen weitreichenden Vorschlag zur Erneuerung des europischen Projekts vorgelegt Die Autoren prsentierten das Manifest ein gemeinsames Projekt von United Europe und Villa Vigoni im Rahmen der offiziellen Feierlichkeiten zum Jahrestag der Unterzeichnung der Rmischen Das Manifest zur Brechung der Zinsknechtschaft Das Manifest zur Brechung der Zinsknechtschaft des Geldes by Gottfried Feder Verlag Huber edition Paperback in German Deutsch Das Manifest zur Brechung der Zinsknechtschaft HRBUCH Das Manifest zur Brechung der Zinsknechtschaft des Geldes Inhalt Das Manifest zur Brechung der Zinsknechtsc. It's my practice not to give star ratings to books I read mainly for their historical significance or where I'm otherwise not the intended audience it feels like a bit of a drive by especially if as often happens due to the intersection of my politics and scholarly interests a low star rating were to be perceived as motivated by partisan animus So no star rating here But because the positive reviews already existing here like the contemporary introduction and afterword cite this pamphlet as a work of enduring economic analysis; because there seems to be a resurgence of interest in far right ideas among intellectually curious but alienated youth; and because people like that often don't get to see any nitty gritty on those ideas from committed adherents here for a good first person account of this it would be irresponsible for me to not lay out for the latter day intended audience why Feder's analysis is bad his characterizations of alternative positions inaccurate and his solutions untenableFeder's position and by extension that of the early Nazi Party is that socialist agitators have whipped up good Germans against their brothers by encouraging workers to view employers and industrialists as their enemy But on a second look the German working classes should realize that capitalists in productive sectors industry commerce agriculture and the like like professionals and so on are really their fellow workers that property as the reward of work is something everyone rightly strives for and that while greed and exploitation are indeed problems they are not the result of capitalism or capitalists in general but of one specific fraction of capital that is financial capitalTo this he brings forward a number of arguments some specific to his particular place and time much of the pamphlet is concerned with the particular amounts of money that his reader might expect to go to interest in one form or another especially to war bonds some general I will assume the numbers he supplies are technically accurate and no misleadingly presented than is typical for electioneering pamphlets His general arguments concern two features that seem to distinguish financial from industrial capital first the financier needn't do anything to accumulate wealth he can just sit back and watch the money roll in whereas the industrialist must be actively involved Second while the growth opportunities of industrial capital are inherently limited by the market for their product at most you can reach saturation the growth of finance has no limits; it can compound on itself forever; and will if outside political factors fail to intervene These features degrade the possessor of financial capital making him lazy and greedy and the society dominated by it making it unjust and materialistic Fortunately since finance capital is superfluous to the real economy real wealth is in physical infrastructure technology natural resources and above all in the know how and work ethic of all the people involved in delivering concrete goods and services we can do without it Instead when loans are needed whether to finance a house or an entrepreneurial venture the state can simply provide an interest free loanBefore we get into why this doesn't work let's acknowledge a few things that Feder is right about • The armistice terms imposed by the Entente were if not exactly unpayable whether they technically were is debated onerous and certainly did nothing to lead to a stable international economy and political situation after the war • A bondholder gets rewards for doing nothing other than owning property; and the income that accrues to financial capitalists is to some degree or another the result of this pure rent on money The cost of this is borne by those who do in real terms produce wealth • Many private owners of industrial etc capital do put in labor to their enterprises to some degree or another and so if we use the term with awareness of how we are expanding it we can refer to these capitalists as workers in some sense • When a national or other state finances expenditures through loans whether internal or external rather than taxation or expansion of the money supply it expands the ranks or intensity of this class of passive earners • The amount of this passive capital owned by ordinary people who can't work such as elderly pensioners and so on is a very small proportion of the total and abolishing interest would hardly mean throwing them out on the street if you diverted some of the savings thereto to state pensionsTo address the least important and most historically particular point first although Germans were making outrageous interest payments at this time to international financial capital this was only a middleman for paying other governments whose war guilt demands were the real source of the payments And although large capitalists freuently exercise influence over governments the Allied governments that were most plausibly associated including by Feder himself with private finance capital England and the United States did not coincide with those who were most adamant about war guilt payments France Indeed the former would consistently push for some degree of lenient renegotiation or another at the objection of the latter though to be fair we cannot fault Feder for not knowing this in 1919More important points concern the conceptual relationship and necessary differences between financial and industrial capital I noted above that it is true the financial capitalists do collect rent on money and that industrial capitalists can admix their own labor into an enterprise But this works visa versa as well The fact that physical capital obtains an exchange value in the first place derives from the fact that ownership of a firm allows one to collect rent on its productive activities and this is true even though these profits depend upon someone somewhere doing the work After all the most archetypal instance of rent and the most archetypal instance of a sector reuiring extremely hard work to produce extremely concrete values coincide in the case of agriculture where passive rentiers have ruled uite literally for most of human history Capital Volume I Part III chapter 7 section 2 applies this colorfully and at length to the case of commodity production in general Moreover it is also true that financial labor exists bankers certainly spend a lot of time hustling to do something and while you can certainly say that a lot of it no doubt involves schmoozing and swindling a claim also valid for managers of firms in other sectors as any office comedy attests this does in fact include a kind of labor which would have to be performed in some way or another This post on the blog Philosophical Economics engages in a fun thought experiment to illustrate the point More on this in a momentAm I having my cake and eating it too by citing Marx on how industrialists don't perform labor and a neoclassical on how financiers do Well it's no coincidence that that's where I remembered illustrations of those particular points but the logic of the arguments themselves are entirely compatible Marx and PE clearly differ in their respective passages regarding the assumed moral valence of passive income but that's orthogonal to whether any given income stream has a mix of passive and active partsThe second supposed difference concerns the insatiability of financial capital against the strict limits imposed by diminishing marginal returns on industrial capital which leads in his view to the former being the real source of the greediness and unhealthy competitiveness of modern economic life But this assumes either that industrialists can't reassign investments whether through technical restructuring of their own firms or through investment in others or that they face no competitive pressures from other firms To the degree that they can so reassign and do so face firms face pressures to maximize profitability even if individual ownersmanagers are satisficers in a psychological sense and to the degree; and to the extent that they can't and don't they're in a situation in which the passive proportion of their income must be considerably greater than otherwiseMoreover in many ways the logic of the fixed vs variable ualities of the income stream works directly against the direction of cutthroatedness that Feder wishes to assert after all a fixed passive stream doesn't demand any race to the bottom at least on its own Of course there are competitive pressures on finance capital investors want to buy the financial instruments that offer greater rather than lesser interest rates but these investors are simply investing one stepped removed from industrial capitalAnd nowhere does Feder say that people shouldn't be able to invest in industrial capital he praises entrepreneurs many times throughout the pamphlet He does never say explicitly whether joint stock companies and investment by other than the original owners of a firm should be allowed; but on this admittedly important uestion nothing above or below in this review rests Rather he wants to transform the financing of firms and taking out of loans through the state interest free Now for certain purposes this can function feasibly as a kind of goods provision the introduction mentions loans that were made out to newly married couples and young parents which means the loan is basically working as welfare provision and incentives for good behavior And this works because giving someone an interest free loan is in many ways the euivalent of just giving them a smaller amount of money plus some smoothing out of their income curve if they're making a big purchase as newlyweds and new parents are likely to do Giving every citizen 100000 on the occasion of their first wedding or 10000 a year for basic income or whatever is entirely feasible exact numbers of course depending upon the revenues available to the government doing thisDoing this for risky industrial investments which Feder does explicitly wish to do is maddening The reason that loans command interest on the market is that lots of different actors would prefer to have them To charge interest means to loan out to those with the greatest confidence that their investments will be profitable and to collect back from those who do In lieu of this means of discrimination you have a couple of different options1 You can lend it out eually in which case again this is rather similar to a basic income or to various versions of market socialism or distributism Again not a bad idea but it would imply in the long run a vast redistribution of property to which Feder is opposed2 You can engage in financial labor to determine which loans are likely to profitable and viable This is a feasible way to run an economy planned economies which again Feder doesn't seem to like in effect work this way but note what an amazing upward redistribution of wealth this implies It's welfare for capitalists they get financing at much lower than market rates Since Feder despite generally positioning himself as a fan of the little guy seems to think that poll taxes are just fine one can imagine the kinds of state managed upward redistribution that could happen under such a system 3 The state can give out interest free loans to its best friends neither eual nor close to efficientAn additional possibilty ruled out by Feder but not otherwise implausible is for the state to act as a normal financier and use interest alongside other considerations to determine how it gives out its loans Then ordinary citizens act as creditors Again there is nothing silly about this and the accumulation of sovereign wealth funds by certain countries seems to me to be basically reasonable policyThe pamphlet ends with a proclamation that race is the key to history but it should be noted that leaving the many antisemitic asides inserted into this slim volume race doesn't actually play any role in his analysis itself so I have mostly ignored itFinally a few words on Feder's friends and enemiesBecause this is a political pamphlet I should not be too harsh on him for his colorful mischaracterizations of other political actors it's part of the genre But I should correct on a few points here and there The Erfurt Program says nothing about the uestion of interest because it doesn't need to it's not proposing seizure of assets in the short term and in the long term the seizure of physical assets entails treating the extra financial instruments as superfluous The Communist Manifesto does however explicitly call for centralization of credit in the hands of the state in its transitional program Finally communism does not and has never meant the abandonment of individual toothbrushes or living uarters or mutually chosen exclusive sexual partners or whatever which seems to be his best argument against itAs for Feder's friends Feder at the time of writing this pamphlet obviously did not have any special insight into how Nazism would function and he did not appear to be very influential in the government though it was very clear from this and especially the 25 point program that he embraced the militarism and racial hatred that were key to the most spectacularly evil acts participated in by the regime Set that aside on the boring level of ordinary economic workings which said preface invites us to consider how did the regime function for the little guy of Feder's analysis the ordinary German worker or at least those ordinary workers who didn't happen to be Jewish or gay or Again Feder's own influence was limited but the author of the preface certainly seems keen to tout Nazi Germany as enviable on this front During every single year of peacetime National Socialist rule to the next the labor share of income fell while the capital share of income and even rapidly the retained earnings of corporations rose WG Hoffmann et al Das deutsche Volkseinkommen 1851 1957 p 56 uoted in Hehn A Low Dishonest Decade p 33 How was this possible in a time of full employment which otherwise would lead to an improved barganing position for workers Unions were smashed corporations were privatized Final goods production was diverted from butter to guns In line with this class basis of the state and the logic outlined above profits and giveaways were collected in spectacular numbers by the most well connected capitalists even as the state and economy grew irrational and inefficient Those interested in subjects adjacent to this but married to a less confused analysis might well be interested in David Graeber's Debt the First 5000 Years Adam Tooze's the Wages of Destruction or Ben Fine's writings on financialization and interest bearing capital

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