No, I truly don't get it and neither do many knowledgable folks such as Nobel Laureates Krugman, Stiglitz, etc.
The question is Do they not get it or do they not AGREE WITH IT? They are more than welcome to not agree with it. Politicians do that all the time, even Nobel Laureates.
I just don't believe that you, on the other hand, understands the fundamental issues well enough to draw the conclusions that you have. You have pulled information from too many disparate sources that sometimes are in conflict. It is not a bad thing, it is just a reality.
I sometimes question a friend as to why a certain programming design was chosen over another. I ask detailed questions and finally he usually just tells me that I don't have a deep enough understanding of the underlying principles to know why certain processes just have to happen. They occur because if they don't, problems manifest. And he is very much correct. It is not my field.