Last evening on the Jeff Randall business programme on Sky News he interviewed a World Bank economist Professor Joseph Stigler, see here
This morning whilst brewing my first cup of tea the BBC Radio 4 Today programme quoted Professor Stigler's views on double dip recessions, burning speculators etc., apparently merely quoting a section at random from this morning's Financial Times!
A co-incidence perhaps? I think NOT!
The democracy smashing European Union is this week wavering on the brink of making the final leap from its Transnational Socialism (as fully described over the years in this blog and its forerunner) and full bloodied fascism which will be the almost certain end result of rescuing faltering Eurozone members under article 122 of the Lisbon Treaty.
The IMF is poised and ready to go to the aid of Greece leaving the world with business as usual. It is terrifying that the EU convinced G7 finance ministers in Canada at the weekend that this was a matter for EU resolution. Does the world really wish to see the non-democratic EU taking direct control of the small countries of Europe? If so why then did our fathers fight against fascism and their forebears oppose tyranny in various other forms down the centuries in support of freedom and democracy?
I will be posting further on the Greek/Portugal crisis, Article 122 and the particular danger it holds for the UK in more detail shortly.
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