Get some English majors to contribute historical fiction.
Of course, there is going to be some shock as people discover some of the airbrushing that's gone on. . .
1. Savings is where investments come from, if you want a stagnating or a shrinking economy, you should be reducing the savings pool, which by the way is exactly what has been happening since 1971, when the US took the world off the gold standard by defaulting on the gold dollar.
2. The money that is 'sloshing around' is not coming from savings, it's coming from the Federal reserve and all of the inflation that it is creating, (which is what is destroying real savings by making it impossible to earn interest).
3. Companies are not sitting on billions or anything like that, most companies don't sit on cash, they see the inflation and use the money to buy back their own stock or they buy government bonds (not US gov't bonds) or other currencies, like the UK pound or Swiss Franc for example.
4. There is no such thing as 'demand side economics', legitimate demand can only exist where there is legitimate production. 2 sides are trading because they expect something in return for their productive output that is not just inflated currency or their own money, stolen from them in taxes that went to other side as subsidies. Money is a store of value, medium of exchange and unit of account, that means that money is really claim on future consumption. Exactly what future consumption can you claim from anybody that lives off of subsidies and doesn't have to produce for living?
5. The rich are not "self proclaimed job creators", they are actual job creators, and the proof is in the pudding, by pushing for more collectivism, your society has pushed away the savings and investments to other nations, that are now much more productive and that's where 'the rich' are actually creating jobs.
6. You do not have capital. You are mixed up, confused, ignorant of the reality, there is no capital. Capital is savings, savings come from over-production and under-consumption. USA has been running 500 BILLION USD / year trade deficits, what under-consumption, where is this over-production? There is no capital, what you mistake for capital is inflation - fake money that is pumped into the system by gov't printing bonds and by the Fed creating fake currency out of their ass and this ends up bidding up prices ON EXISTING ASSETS, on existing houses, on existing pieces of art, on existing commodities, on anything that exists already, but where is this productivity? There is no productivity. Productive nations do not run trade deficits for decades, they can actually feed themselves by paying for the stuff they import with real exports. That's not the reality of America. The reality of America is that very few if any jobs are actually created, there is complete lack of savings, nobody wants to create new jobs there and it's for a good reason. Collectivism - too much gov't, too many regulations, too much taxation, too much inflation, too much of all of it and absolutely no individual freedoms anymore. Why would anybody want to actually risk their own savings and invest in that nonsensical regime? I wouldn't.
The best government programs are going to do is provide substrate and catalyst for the more complex, individual reaction.
So much of our contemporary society is predicated upon attempting to factor out the -3 of reality (at least, according to materialistic scales) that we're now watching a global economic system consume itself with debt.
Education is a seed scattered to grow where it may, not a magic absolute value wand that can wish away -3.
That said, the fact that you champion no less than 5 different movements to overthrow the president
Enumerate these, blowhard. In particular, where I have "champion[ed]. .