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Asade Tolu

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In the world of physics, the entire theoretical framework is divided into two broad theories-general relativity and quantum field theory. Presently, there are numerous physicists working to merge both of those theories into one giant theory, a general theory of everything. In deep contrast is the world of economics, which couldn’t be any more different, there are about twenty different economic frameworks not to add the different dissenting schools all grouped under heterodox economists. Such difference in theories are so massive that the American economic adviser Edgar Fiedler once quipped “Ask five economists and you’ll get five different answers-six, if one went to Harvard”

See more @ https://trezeeco.wordpress.com/2016/09/24/letting-1000-flower-bloom-in-economics/
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Luiz Antonio

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How Dash 'InstantSend' protects merchants from double spends

Learn how the Dash network is able to lock transaction inputs, enabling the prevention of double spends in real world commerce using InstantSend. An explainer and demonstration provided by Amanda B. Johnson showcase this foundational feature, set amidst context of Bitcoin's increasing double spend problem.

https://youtu.be/HJx82On8jig
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David Williams

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Donald Trump talks about cutting taxes and regulation. Hillary Clinton, not so much. But their economic visions, laid out in dueling speeches last week, reflect a strikingly similar fear of what happens when people are free to engage in peaceful, consensual transactions without government interference.
Emphasizing jobs over value, they sacrifice the interests of consumers.
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If there were a contest for the most stupid idea in politics, my choice would be the assumption that people would be evenly or randomly distributed in incomes, institutions, occupations or awards, in the absence of somebody doing somebody wrong.
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The dumbest artical in search of a point. Random does not mean even or equal. Equal distribution of anything is not possible, certainly not in politics. I think this is a key point of Austrian Economics. 
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Lewis Liberman

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A fun little statist meme sure to impress all your socialist friends...
 
Finally, Ima Statist reveals what their REAL issue is with Capitalism... #imastatist #statism #Libertarian #capitalism #socialism #freemarket #taxationistheft
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TimeToFree.US

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LATEST from Tyrone Johnson:

"#Chaos and Central Planning"

You're best suited to determine what's best for you.

http://wp.me/p7t7pj-1J
You are best suited to determine for yourself what is best for you. You don't need the chaos of any of the state's systems.
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Jamie Redman

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Government Planners Will Fail at Regulating Bitcoin

The world is changing. And due to certain technologies and information, citizens of this globe are thinking differently. The advent of the Internet has brought us vast amounts of subject material that has changed our thoughts on government. Encryption has taught us how to keep things private while using the web. And with #Bitcoin, the decentralized currency has also altered the way we think about central banking. Now because of these modified revisions of how we deal with authority bureaucrats everywhere are fussing. They don’t want you to share information on their corruption via the web. The nation states do not want you to encrypt your messages and they surely don’t want you walking around with a “Swiss Bank” account in your pocket.






https://news.bitcoin.com/government-will-fail-regulating-bitcoin/
The advent of the internet has brought us vast amounts of subject material that has changed our thoughts on government. Encryption has taught us how to keep
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New York State just created an altcoin. Presumably so they could tax it. Because if it moves, NY taxes it.
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Kirk Chisholm

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Is your mortgage destroying your wealth? #deflation
Using debt to invest in real estate is one of the secrets to creating legacy wealth. However while there is a negative inflation (deflation), this can...
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Junius Maltby

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#gold  always survives, fiat paper always dies.   #goldcoins   #fiatmoney  
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Junius Maltby

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Silver, fiat, debasement and the Collapse of the Roman Empire! #silver 
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Asade Tolu

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The story of two countries are moving examples of free trade in action, West Germany and East Germany. Both suffered greatly from World War II, reduced investor confidence, worthless currency, and little foreign aid. West Germany’s economy was labelled Wirtschaftswunder-meaning “the economic miracle”. GDP rose by two-thirds in a decade, Unemployment fell from 10.3 percent to 1.2 percent, and it accounted for about one-tenth of the world’s total GDP. Its counterpart on the other hand was riddled with immense corruption, a barter economy, a large informal economy and large emigration issues. It’s GDP at 1990 was rumored to be at one-tenth of West Germany’s GDP. How about the standard of life? Let’s just say so great was the divide that East Germany created the Berlin Wall and activated landmines on its own people to deter them from leaving to the West and it still wasn’t enough to make them stay. The two economies had a similar initial start, came out with two different outcomes. This was due to the fact that, while the East decided to restrict itself to the eastern bloc ensuring trade could not flow freely with countries offering cheaper raw materials or those ready to invest-its central planning of deciding what to make and killing all private initiative didn’t help matters either, West Germany on the other hand, was a very close model to the free trade, making the whole world it’s market.
See more @ https://trezeeco.wordpress.com/2016/09/17/on-free-trade/
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Junius Maltby

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Globalization will steal our wealth and put us in cages. Democracy is dead.
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Luiz Antonio

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Dash Team Interview: Evan, Daniel, Robert, Ryan, & Holger Answer Your Questions

It's one part getting-to-know you, one part updates on Dash projects, and one part Q & A. Join Amanda B. Johnson in this extended group interview featuring Evan Duffield, Daniel Diaz, Robert Wiecko, Ryan Taylor, and Holger Schinzel.

https://youtu.be/rJy8AddstmI
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Luiz Antonio

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Hashrate, Security, & the 'Tax' of Inflation: Dash's Ryan Taylor Gets Unconventional

If one network has twice the hashrate of the other, does it necessarily make that network twice as secure? And how secure is secure enough, anyway? And are hashes the end all, be all of security? Dash’s “finance guy” Ryan Taylor expounds on this as well as the “tax” of inflation, and how to overcome it.


https://youtu.be/4r4njjPP4sM
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Michael DePinto

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Global Economy: Bill Holter Explains Derivative Atom Bomb About to Burst (Video) - http://bit.ly/29KdbPu

MORE AND MORE OF THE BEST ARE SAYIMG THE SAME THING…

I sincerely hope people are starting to listen…

Read on and Listen to the interview - http://bit.ly/29KdbPu
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Lewis Liberman

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Awesome art featuring Tom Woods and Bob Murphy...Saving the world through Austrian Economics!
 
The Adventures of Tom Woods and Bob Murphy! Through the Contra Krugman podcast, these libertarians are saving the world through the power of Austrian Economics!
https://libertopiacartoon.wordpress.com/2016/06/03/the-adventures-of-tom-woods-bob-murphy/ #austrianeconomics #tomwoods #bobmurphy #contrakrugman #paulkrugman #libertarian #comicbook #illustration #cartoon 
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Jamie Redman

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New Yorkers Tout Blockchain at Libertarian Party Convention

Last week, at the New York Libertarian Party Convention, there was some strong enthusiasm for #blockchain technology. According to a report from the Verge, former Ron Paul campaign consultant Nick Spanos was on a mission to promote voting via distributed ledger technology. Other attendees, like presidential candidate John McAfee, also had opinions about the emerging tech.





https://news.bitcoin.com/blockchain-libertarian-party-convention/
Last week at the New York Libertarian Party Convention , there was some strong enthusiasm for blockchain technology. According to a report from the Verge.
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Michael DePinto

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Peter Schiff: Gold and Currency Markets Expose U.S. Recovery Myth (Video) - http://bit.ly/1WAxbrv

EVERYTHING YOU’RE BEING FED BY THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA ABOUT THE ECONOMY IS NONSENSE…

THERE IS ENOUGH PROOF OF THAT IN HERE TO ROCK YOU TO THE CORE… AND PERHAPS THE PERSON SITTING NEXT TO YOU...

SO KEEP THE ARM FLAILING TO A MINIMUM...

Read More  - http://bit.ly/1WAxbrv
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JUST DEFIANCE

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Q: When does an INQUIRY INTO BANKS AND BANKING ever make Economics Proper?
A: When Humanity UNITES to create Utopia!
ie.., NEVER!

Decide for yourselves about the actual effectiveness and Credibility of such as Australia's ASIC (Aust Securities and Investments' Commission), by reading the details of ASIC's board members....,
HERE: http://asic.gov.au/about-asic/what-we-do/our-structure/asic-senior-executives/

Some, look more like "good guys" than "the baddies". 

But really, up that high in any nations' financial sector and watchdog regimes, can We, The Plebs, really trust any religious-college-indoctrinated lackie of - oooh? the -privately-owned ROTHSCHILD's "Reserve Bank of Australia"?  ie., of THE WORLD'S BIGGEST CRIME SYNDICATE???

from the Laura Tingle article, off the AFR (Aust Financial Review)
Ministers insist they are not going to blink on this, or cede ground to Labor, no matter how much the opposition gets an advantage from looking sympathetic to those who feel aggrieved towards the banks. They argue there are real problems with pursuing a royal commission rather than simply letting ASIC get on with the job.
But hints the government will boost ASIC's funding show that it is feeling politically vulnerable. Pledges to boost the regulators' powers following the recommendations of the financial systems inquiry are worthy but also look a little weak.
There are arguments about the relative merits of both approaches, of course.
It is not just ASIC that regulates the financial sector but a multitude of regulators. This is perhaps the strongest reason to have a body that can take a detached and systemic look at the factors influencing bank behaviour, particularly given its contentious vertical integration.
But ASIC can also only commence a formal investigation under ministerial direction; following the report of a receiver or liquidator; or on its own initiative where it has reason to suspect there may have been a breach of the law.
It's not clear whether this gives it the capacity to run the sort of system-wide review of the culture and ethics of the financial system that Labor's royal commission seems to envisage.
On the other hand, a royal commission can only report back to a government. It cannot initiate action against discovered breaches under its own steam."


Nothing ASIC or any other "inquiry into banking" in Australia, since the 1788 invasion, has done, has effected ANY actual JUSTICE, come to Australian Citizens, (NOT "subjects" of HRH over there!) having a "fair go" and fair share of our massive potential economic wealth.

Being an election year, even with the Best of Political Wisdom and want to make the road straight here, the Labor Party is hamstrung by OFFSHORE BANKERS namely, "DADDIES'" (Evelyn de Rothschild) spoiled brat brigade and cabals of the Bank of England.

And Israoil.

IF.., Australian Labor WERE Sirius NO! serious, about "banking" here, they'd be out in force, demanding that THE RESERVE BANK BE RESUMED (for the 1st time, worldwide!) INTO GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP!

Fact is, without such a MAJOR Step, no "inquiry into banking" is worth more than a wet fart.

Much like ALL church-indoctrinated corporate board and executive members - the mason's jewish "jibbering idiots" cartel - looking SOLELY after their own cult's STOLEN REAL ESTATE.

TIME! I say, for a MAJOR DISASSEMBLING of Australian (and GLOBALLY, ALL) political structures and parliaments, and a TOTAL REEVALUATION of "WHAT IN HELL ARE WE DOING?" "voting for" and supporting bankers' lackies?

Elsewhere in the seriously disturbed western world, the "first world" of utter liars, et al et al, THEM, The Peeps are running out of patience with all their bigger political organizations, and with religions, bankers and covens.

So, why not "down below"?

Soft"!  that's why.   We're mostly all waaay too soft, and - SPOILED-SELFISH, to DARE go-a-PROTESTING until the cows, or, the BANKERS' BULLSHIT, goes back to England.

Nevertheless.., with a death threat hanging over my head, I have nothing to lose, saying so.

Fuck the establishment!

RE-RE-RE-RE-RE-VOLUTION!!!



(Apologies for the fr-fr-fr-fr-FRUSTRATION!)  _(NOT!)_
It is hard to think of a front on which the Turnbull government's objections to Labor's push for a royal commission into the banks works at a political level, whatever the policy arguments
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Junius Maltby

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Great Video.
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