The Inflation Reduction Act Is Not What It Seems


This is an opinion editorial by Andrew Axelrod, a Bitcoin educator and writer.

As every charlatan knows, the best kinds of lies have at least a kernel of truth to them. This makes them far easier to slide by. But of course, there’s an altogether different class of lie – an entirely more psychotic kind of lie.

This lie is not only untrue, but is actually the exact inversion of the truth.

An anti-truth.

Historically, this is known as a “big lie.”

In fact, the term was coined by Adolf Hitler, inadvertently describing his own tactic of telling lies so monumental that people would simply acquiesce, unable to grapple with the idea that someone “could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously.”

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