Punk Economics: Lesson 1

David McWilliams, an Irish economist, delivers a colourful view of where the EU is going, which hopefully, if he’s right, is into the same dustbin of history that Napoleon and Hitler descended into. I had to put my fingers in my ears and my hands over my eyes for some of the economics on fiscal union, but the artwork is great enough to overcome that small glitch.

It would be equally great if Mr McWilliams does a similar video on Iceland, and on how those Vikings are on the up again, after refusing to swallow the blue pill of bankocracy, but for the latest news on that, try Max Keiser.

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