Monthly Archives: July 2011

David Cameron marches the UK further down the Road to Serfdom

The über-cerebral Daily Bell are quick to spot David Cameron’s hypocrisy, when it comes to supporting the further dictatorial integration of the EUSSR: “Unable to pretend anymore to the British people that the Tories are anything more than a “controlled” … Continue reading

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Peter Schiff’s Gold Card

As well as discussing all the latest Austrian-related news with Eric King, in a King World News broadcast, Peter Schiff introduces his new gold mastercard, based in the Caribbean, in which you can store physical gold at his new bank, … Continue reading

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Vince Cable: I want more quantitative easing

Vince Cable is the ‘business secretary’ at the heart of British government, who sits alongside the Chancellor in the cabinet, a.k.a. the clots in the asylum. And this economic ignoramus wants more quantitative easing, as you’ll be able to hear … Continue reading

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A Visualisation of the U.S. National Debt

This sort of thing has been done before, though just for a measly trillion. However, this new treatment seems to bring it home a little more, as it explores the $15 trillion U.S Treasury debt (pictured above), combined with the … Continue reading

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The Watchwords of the EU: Print. Lie. Borrow. Deceive. Deny.

Tyler Durden, of Zero Hedge, finds that a guest poster, Simon Black, is unimpressed by the elite’s noises from Brussels: “Print. Lie. Borrow. Deceive. Deny. These are a the principal tenants of the Greek restructuring plan that were released today … Continue reading

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Keiser Report: Ideas for Revolution

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert kick off their latest show with an interesting discussion about who owns the copyright on a photo of an Indonesian monkey; Stephan Kinsella might want to put a picture of this celebrated monkey on the … Continue reading

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James Grant: U.S. Debt Crisis Is Contrived

An interesting video with bespectacled polymath, James Grant, of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer. Watch out for the following quote on the return of gold to the monetary system, when we go forward into the future, despite the wishes of the … Continue reading

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