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Economics and Statistics Are Two Friends in the Crime

Updated on October 22, 2017

Why Economics and Statistics are white lies:

The terms economics and statistics are just created by the wealthy to fool people. See, money is not something that is obtained from the nature. Men are the creators of money. So, it is easy for men to control money and its effects. I mean, money can be a commodity used by the societies who have got the power to control economics. They just need help of statistics to fool others that economies are free to everyone whereas, in fact, it is controlled by only a few.

Economics is a Green Smoke.
Economics is a Green Smoke.

Is the fine line between economics and statistics vanishing? Yes, according to WTF Theory.

Well, this is a bit weird to think that economics and statistics does not have any link. They do have some. Statistics is often used to express the economic conditions of regions. My question here is not of that sort. I want to know is statistics being used to fool people about economics? That means, are experts of economics using it to give falsified data to people who may revolt if the truths about the economics come out?

I understand you have got confused. It is pretty simple. You know, half of the total wealth of this world is in the hands of only 1% wealthy people. Does this seem normal?

When some people are begging in the streets, some people even don’t know how much they earn everyday as the figure is overwhelmingly huge. Does this seem normal?

If you really pay attention, you’ll see that richness is an intra-community matter. The world’s richest persons always come from America. In all countries, only one or two communities are very rich while many others find it hard to make the ends meet every day. Does this seem normal?

To me, not even one of the above seems to be normal. So, I started twisting my thought process to find a reason why only select people are rich while most others fight everyday to even arrange a good day’s lunch. Here’s what I found.

I found the terms economics and statistics are just created by the wealthy to fool people. See, money is not something that is obtained from the nature. Men are the creators of money. So, it is easy for men to control money and its effects. I mean, money can be a commodity used by the societies who have got the power to control economics. They just need help of statistics to fool others that economies are free to everyone whereas, in fact, it is controlled by only a few.

For example, In India, only two or three communities have more than 60% of total wealth of Indian economy. How can they acquire so much money when other people also do meaningful tasks? So, the most natural thing that comes to my mind is that the economics of India is being controlled by these super rich goons who never seem to be affected by the tumultuous affairs of economics.

Well, in the world too, when South Sudan is seeing its children die due to malnutrition, Mark Zuckerberg’s new child probably has more than 10 physicians to look after her health. I do not want to say it is hurting to see Zuckerberg’s offspring being taken care so well, but the South Sudan children should also get some good foods.

That really makes me think that all these ‘economics’ that are being advertised by the wealthy nations, is just a prank to fool people that whatever they have is a natural outcome. People do not become poor, they are made poor by these so called ‘rich’ manipulators. How can Bill Gates have almost trillions of dollars when people here in India are dying to save 5 Rupees by travelling in buses instead of UBER cabs?

What I actually want to say is that money is a manmade affair and hence people of power or those who deal more with it can control its distribution. While I know, there may be a little bit of luck also involved in getting rich, the real fact behind getting rich may be a controlled phenomenon.

To make everything look natural, these subjects called economics and statistics have been devised by people who want to keep their selfish motives intact. Someone may say that economics is a spontaneous phenomenon but those who become rich get an idea of how to attract the money but I do not want to be fooled any more.

If distribution of wealth is not a controlled phenomenon, why do people who seem to have most of the wealth are so sensitive about money being snatched away? You remember the last recession, right? It hit the US economy hard. But, US did not become poor, what happened is every country which had more deals with the US economy saw their wealth being erased. Why did this happen? You know?

This happened because the control of US over the economic affairs (the showbiz) went awry. The principles which have been devised by the US to show that it is ethically handling the whole world’s economy mismatched with its own operations of wealth. US could no longer hide the fact that the twisting of the term went too far ahead and the control of money was no longer possible by the single economy. The rules that have been created to show that everything is fair could not be applied to its own operations. So, practically speaking statistics could no longer support economics of the US.

What I want to say is that wealth is a manmade commodity and it can easily be manipulated. I do not want to dishearten Amartya Sen who just said that universities are becoming threats to democracy, but whatever he has said is 100% correct. If control of distribution of money is not made spontaneous, every democracy has a threat. India must understand that economics should not be controlled by only a few super rich morons. Otherwise, there is a subject called ethics, and another called chemistry which can unite to wreak havoc to these people who have been fooling all resource-deprived people to accumulate all the wealth and leave the latter in economic dustbins.

Next time you see a particular community having all the riches, please be aware that they are the ones who are letting the line between statistics and economics vanish. Many of them may not know this, but the wheel of fortune is being manipulated from the top. So, if you are dreaming to become rich, try to adjust to the rotation of the wheel of fortune. If you can match with it, you will become rich, otherwise, you will be kept poor by the virtue of economic policies and no one will ever notice you because statistics will show the reasons of you staying poor.

Now, do you think becoming a trillionnaire is impossible? I always believe in my dreams.

Vive La Economics. WTF!

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