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Another Interview with Robert Stark

by on January 4, 2014
Robert Stark Anthony Migchels

A few weeks ago I had another chat with Robert Stark. It’s now posted at Counter Currents:
http://www.counter-currents.com/2014/01/anthony-migchels-on-monetary-reform/

We talked about the major issues under discussion at Real Currencies the last few months:

  • Banking reform in Ireland
  • Immigration and the premeditated destruction of western civilization
  • The real estate boom in Ireland
  • The Winged Lion Award
  • Hitler’s economic policies
  • Gottfried Feder and National Socialism
  • National Socialism vs. decentralism
  • Capitalism and usury
  • Capitalism and the concentration of wealth and power and the globalist agenda
  • Ending usury as the key to preserving a middle class society with wide distribution of wealth
  • G. Edward Griffin’s admission that most of the world’s gold is owned by banks
  • Brother Nathaniel Kapner’s recent repudiation of libertarianism, Austrian economics, and the gold standard
  • How money creation by banks undermines the “time preference” argument for usury
  • Why money should not be scarce. Why money should be part of the commons.
  • How ending usury makes socialist redistribution schemes unnecessary and superfluous
  • Debt-free money vs. interest-free credit
  • Why interest-free credit is superior to debt-free money
  • Interest strike versus debt repudiation
  • How money scarcity is caused by usury
  • William Jennings Bryan
  • Hungarian monetary policy: goodbye to the International Monetary Fund, no to the Euro
  • How usury creates mass starvation in poor countries
  • Education loans in the United States
  • How usury is a driving force behind environmental devastation
  • How usury is connected to cultural degeneracy and hedonism
  • Usury and warRelated:
    Robert Stark interviews Anthony Migchels

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