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GoldMoney podcast: Steve Baker MP on sound money

My latest GoldMoney podcast, this time with Cobden Centre co-founder, Steve Baker MP: Episode 68: GoldMoney’s Andy Duncan speaks to Steve Baker MP, a Conservative backbencher who represents the constituency of Wycombe in the United Kingdom’s House of Commons. A … Continue reading

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GoldMoney Podcast: Guido Hülsmann on Mises’ invaluable legacy

My second podcast for GoldMoney, with the redoubtable Professor Jorg Guido Hülsmann: http://www.goldmoney.com/podcast/guido-huelsmann-on-mises-invaluable-legacy.html If you’ve ever wanted to hear the phrase intertemporal disequilibria spoken meaningfully within a coherent sentence, by a proper Austrian economist, all whilst describing the Austrian Theory … Continue reading

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Nigel Farage: One world government stares us in the face

Has Mr Farage been reading The Daily Bell, with its slogan of Out of Chaos, Order? It certainly seems like that when you listen to this King World News interview, held with “Mr Gold” himself, Eric King. There’s much else … Continue reading

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Nigel Farage destroys Barroso’s State of the Union

The splendid Mr Farage speaks truth to power. You may particularly want to watch the way he squashes the irritating questioning bug at the end. Marvellous.

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Auf Wieder Sehen, Deutschland: Top German court approves €500 billion eurozone bailout

Oh dear. Some more state deities in robes have confirmed that the state is omnipotent, as heavily-pressured German judges have done what their paymasters wanted, and approved the German government’s plans to sell the German folk down the Napoleonic river … Continue reading

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Predictive genius, coincidence, or UEFA Euro fix?

Here’s a quote on this site from June the 12th, a few weeks ago, when talking about the EU’s bid to manage ‘feel-good’ stories, in its time of roiling chaotic crisis. “Just as an aside, don’t be surprised too if … Continue reading

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The Euro was supposed to fail

The plan was to work like this. The peoples of Europe did not want to be dragooned by their corrupt rulers into a Napoleonic superstate, or into any other form of Carolingian or Romanesque empire, which would later be morphed … Continue reading

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