Tag Archives: Spain

The end of the welfare state?

The governments in Europe have a stark choice, which they’re failing to reveal to the rest of us, says Uncle Gary North. Accept hyperinflation, and then the gold-based currency which will inevitably result at the end of that horror Stiff … Continue reading

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Escrito en el Muro de Berlín: Imágenes del futuro socialista

Apparently, although I never knew it, Joakim Kämpe tells me I can speak Spanish! Check this out, if you don’t believe me. Escrito en el Muro de Berlín: Imágenes del futuro socialista Here’s my favourite quote of myself: “No tengo … Continue reading

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And so the Paso Doble begins in Spain, too…

“Spain and Italy’s borrowing costs soared as economists warned that Europe is sliding into recession and Angela Merkel defied intense pressure and ruled out issuing European-guaranteed debt” – Telegraph What fun. And if you doubted that our glorious EU masters … Continue reading

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