Search this Site
- Austrian Economics
- Austrian Economics: The Essential Guide
- Divide and Rule
- Dollar Vigilante
- Euro Vigilante
- King World News
- Mogambo Guru
- Property and Freedom Society 2012
- Radio Free Market World Report
- Rothbardian Novels
Tag Archives: ECB
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
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.
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
The ongoing latest, from Herr Schlichter, on the continuing debasement of western paper money, as the EUSSR’s central planners grease it on its quickening road towards its intrinsic value of what soviet paper money used to be worth. That’s to … Continue reading
Senior Illuminati Says Politburo Agree on Unlimited Money-Printing to Bail Out Themselves and Their Friends
Yes, the paper-money fetishists really are in charge of the econometric asylum. You don’t believe me? Read this and weep: Draghi Says Officials Agree on ECB Unlimited Bond-Buying (Bloomberg) Obviously, we could use democracy to prevent this madness. If you … Continue reading
Herr Schlichter comes back from Africa to see that the financial world is in an even deeper hole than when he left. Favourite quote: “QE – and zero interest rates – is the policy equivalent of crack cocaine.”
Fine comedy writing, from Uncle Gary.
The Prince of Light speaks truth to power. Note the Eurocrat’s rueful smile at the end.
Jeremy Warner, of the Telegraph, provides a good analysis of the latest ECB paperbug madness.