Monthly Archives: October 2011

David Cameron STFU meme goes viral

Max and Stacy have great fun at David Cameron’s expense (and Sarkozy’s and Merkel’s). Joyous:

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Detlev Schlichter: Europe’s future is coming into focus: hyperinflation

Once again, Herr Schlichter dissects the EU’s latest can-kicking escapade through the microscope of hard-core Austrian analysis. Here’s a quote: “What struck me most when reading the first responses to the EU summit was this: most of what you get … Continue reading

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And So They Line Up At The Concessions Trough: “Irish Spy Opportunity” In Greek Debt Blue Light Special

Tyler Durden has immense fun with the political gang boss clowns in the EU. All power to his elbow: And So They Line Up At The Concessions Trough: “Irish Spy Opportunity” In Greek Debt Blue Light Special

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Professor Hoppe: Why the State Demands Control of Money

Professor Hoppe writes about why the bandit mafia gang known as the state always seek to create a government monopoly in the production and control of money, in his usual insightful and concise way: Why the State Demands Control of … Continue reading

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James Turk’s Gold Index

There’s an excellent article by James Turk on the KWN blog: James Turk Report – Why Gold Will Go Above $11,000 Here’s a quote: “Having filled the role of international money for 5,000 years, gold has been supplanted by fiat … Continue reading

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Freedom = Democracy?

Whenever a Rothbardian hears phrases on the MSM such as ‘The government will today announce the people are free’, or ‘the move from the Gaddafi government to the national transitional government will be completed today’, or worst of all, ‘the … Continue reading

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Corrigan interview at GoldMoney: Part II

For those who enjoyed reading Part I of Mr Corrigan’s current thoughts on the global economy, Part II is now available. Here’s a quote: The goal of the authorities is to make every man a gambler or a wastrel, for … Continue reading

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