Inflation is exactly identical to a tax in terms of its impact on your wallet, except that it is a tax on everything, not just production.
Taxes can be avoided -- legally -- by refusing to produce. Inflation takes that which you already earned.
It is thus much like a "property tax" in form and substance in that it is both pernicious and permanent.
Right now it is just Karl and a few others saying this.
Someday, anybody, regardless of education or knowledge of economics, will be able to explain inflation.