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Democracy everywhere

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger Spain has a problem – surplus of democracy. Verbally, that is. Democracy is in everyone’s mouth, be it the Left’s desired restrictions of internet or – Catalonia. Main stream media, directed by Soros … Continue reading

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Apres deluge

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger The European ruling class decided hoi polloi should not wait for the flood, so they caused it: Everything which is now taking place before our eyes threatens to have explosive consequences for the … Continue reading

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The Golden Calf

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger Whatever Moses might had been trying to do, following the higher directive, he has not succeeded, not even, and some would say particularly, with his compatriots, Egyptian asylum seekers, tired of making bricks … Continue reading

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Warmed up souvlaki

… from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger The bankers, or rather some bankers, worry, many financial journalists worry, because everybody and his bitch (normally a dog, but no misogyny here…) is now an expert on finance, especially the Greek/EU … Continue reading

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Perhaps a donkey?

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger Flicking through some TV news channel I noticed comrade Varoufakis getting out of the car on the way to yet another EU meeting where he was trying to explain why German taxpayers owe … Continue reading

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Europe’s spirit gone

Ludwig von Gress I am not sure why the writer of Geopolitical Diary considers the impending disintegration of the traditional political systems “unthinkable”. Nihil aeternum est and none are more aware of that than the main-stream politicians. That’s why they … Continue reading

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Farage on the lack of Global Warming

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The Euro: Cock-up or Conspiracy

Godfrey Bloom MEP. I lean toward conspiracy, with a good whack of useful idiots. Not the first time.

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The EU bursting at the seams

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Common Criminals

   

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The Budget: As well rehearsed theatre

A Budget, as a friend of mine recently quipped; is just a promise that your future finances will be what you say they will be now. It’s just a promise. Does anyone think that the governments ledger will live up … Continue reading

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European Stabilization Mechanism Treaty explained

The bridge toward the eventual fiscal union of Europe and then totalitarian bureaucracy. Not wishing to be trite, but the devil  really is in the detail as the clip below explains; http://youtu.be/EPcWHBPYOSU  

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Řecká tragedie

Rudolf Výborný Demokratické země s velkým počtem obyvatelstva, jako například USA nebo Francie, jsou dostatečně spokojeny s vlastní versí demokracie a příliš nedbají o to se poučit nebo dokonce vylepšit svůj model demokracie srovnáním s demokracií švýcarskou. Navštívil jsem Švýcary naposled … Continue reading

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The Crash of 1929 and Faust

A few days ago was the Anniversary of the great crash. Therefore, it would be timely to offer all sorts of economic observations and statistics. I believe however that it would be more rewarding to ponder the crash, and subsequent crashes in … Continue reading

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