Economists Are Calling For Human Sacrifice Now

To satisfy the inflation gods, there must be blood


This is an idol named Molech. A great many people used to pray to this idol. It had the head of a calf, and was made of brass, and it was hollow inside. There was a place in the side to make a fire in it. When it got very hot the wicked people used to put their little children in its arms. The little children were burned to death there. This man in the picture is just going to put a little child in the idol’s arms.
Charles Foster, Offering to Molech

Obama’s Treasury Secretary Larry Summers recently said, “We need five years of unemployment above 5% to contain inflation… or one year of 10% unemployment.”

In response, here’s Brad Pitt in The Big Short: “You know what I hate about fucking banking it reduces people to numbers. Here’s a number. Every 1% unemployment goes up 40,000 people die. Did you know that?”

Summers is saying America needs to kill 1 million people over five years or 400,000 people immediately, not sure how his math works out. Honestly, I wouldn’t even call it math. It’s just a high priest of the state religion the empire calls economics, calling for more human sacrifice.

God knows the pyre is heaped high enough. Over 1 million Americans dead from COVID, plus the tens of millions globally so pharma companies could have monopoly profits. All sacrificed for ‘the economy’, a conception as inchoate as Ba’al. Millions of Muslims droned, tortured, and starved to death, as sacrifice to the war gods Lockheed Martin and Raytheon.

100 million debt slaves offered up to the perverse gods of health, the average household over $100,000 in debt to the financial temples. An entire country dead, dying, or enslaved, an entire planet burning in sacrifice to the god of growth, and still the White Gods want more. As Frank Ocean sang,

If it brings me to my knees
It’s a bad religion

Tolstoy called it in when he compared Economics (then called Political Economy) to a modern religion. He said:

“Soon, on this theme as many books and pamphlets were written and lectures delivered as there had been treatises written and religious sermons preached on the former theme, and still unceasingly mountains of pamphlets and books are being written and lectures are being delivered; and all these books and lectures are as cloudy and unintelligible as the theological treatises and the sermons, and they, too, like the theological treatises, fully achieve their appointed purpose, i.e. they give such an explanation of the existing order of things as justifies some people in tranquilly refraining from labour and in utilizing the labour of others.



Indrajit (Indi) Samarajiva is a Sri Lankan writer. Follow me at, or just email me at