Three Industrial Classes - Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars

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Three Industrial Classes

Industries fall into three categories or classes by type of output:

  1. Class #1 - Capital (resources)
  2. Class #2 - Goods (commodities or use - dissipative)
  3. Class #3 -  Services (action of population)
  • Class #1 industries exist at three levels:
  1. Nature - sources of energy and raw materials. 
  2. Government - printing of currency equal to the gross national product (GNP), and extension of currency in excess of GNP.
  3. Banking - loaning of money for interest, and extension (inflation/counterfeiting) of economic value through the deposit loan accounts.
  • Class #2 industries exist as producers of tangible or consumer (dissipated) products. This sort of activity is usually recognized and labeled by the public as "industry."
  • Class #3 industries are those which have service rather than a tangible product as their output. These industries are called (1) households, and (2) governments. Their output is human activity of a mechanical sort, and their basis is population.


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