Yes, you like to twist what people say.
So I see that you are back to conflating the phenomenon of sectoral and specific price rises with the phenomenon of a general inflation.
Can I suggest getting back to all that is encompassed in the phenomenon we call ‘inflation’.
****“We get inflation when means of payment increases more rapidly than the total output of goods and services.” ****
Let us also recall current contextual facts in the current political-social-economic environment:
Set out on this thread before, in relation to specific reported price increases (practically all price increases reported on this thread are due to the following social-political forces, rather than increase of means of payment):
1. Energy price increases due to number of factors. (which are complex, but certainly include tendencies related to points 2-3 below)
2. Private sector often in alliance with state apparatus rigging markets and creating practical monopoly / megalopoly in basic needs and essential social and economic infrastructure.
3. Increasing ‘economic rent’ rackets, and lending against economic rent (or unearned income). I.e. charging prices in excess of cost value. In this country, we see it worst of all in land speculation - LAND has no cost, it is provided by nature. The only “cost” is the price of buying the right to charge rent on it. This economic rent is created by special legal privilege or ownership rights. We also see this racket more and more in our road infrastructure, education systems and other basic needs.
And finally, let us recall the very important fact that spending patterns are shifting. People are spending more on the things encompassed in the above three points because they are FORCED to.
As a consequence, they have much less to spend on ‘non-necessities’.
So, the conclusion can only be that the phenomenon we are observing is NOT a general inflation.
It is something else.
But luckily (for the interests that benefit from the status quo described by points 1-3 above) we have people like you who will continue to squeak away and point in the wrong direction, idiot that you are. Though you are not the only one by any means.