From the dawn of time, stable societies trade to enrich each other lives and build better relations.  Tyrants know to destabilise a free society, business (especially small, hard to corrupt businesses) needs to be eradicated first, in favour of state/centrally controlled national corporations.  These dispassionate behemoth enterprises, then become tools of the tyranny, along with central bank driven economics and finance policies.

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G Edward Griffin: The Creature from Jekyll Island

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Lecture by Edward Griffin on the history of money, economics and centralised banking.  An old video, however, relevant today because of the seven elements discussed are a pointer to why central banking and their economic policies impact us all.

Achieve Financial Freedom & Money Management

Wheelbarrow Profits: Today, Jake and Gino talk about how to achieve financial freedom and money management with G. Edward Griffin on this personal finance podcast interview.

Latest Economic News

November 2021

Charging the dead and other fines add up to $113m for Westpac

November 30, 2021|Categories: Australia, Corruption, Economics|

Westpac will get cracking on its remediation plans after settling six of seven continuing investigations by the corporate regulator, agreeing to pay fines totalling $113 million on Tuesday. The Australian Securities and Investment Commission launched unprecedented multiple legal cases against the bank alleging “widespread compliance failures” across several of its businesses, for which the bank [...]

October 2021

August 2021

The damage done and yet to come

August 18, 2021|Categories: Australia, Economics|

Cooped up in quarantine, contributor Marc Hendrickx put on his actuary’s hat to consider Australia’s on-again/off-again lockdowns and their cost. He writes: If we use Sweden, a country that instituted minimal restrictions in response to the pandemic as a base line, then on a population basis, if Australia had instituted similar measures (and made similar [...]

Economics Professor pushes back against lockdowns

August 18, 2021|Categories: Australia, Economics, Stories|

An economics professor is arguing the effects of lockdown cannot be ignored as the pandemic rages on. Professor Gigi Foster told Ben Fordham people are dying from other illnesses and are feeling the mental impact of lockdowns. “It has become extremely unacceptable, socially, to focus on something other than COVID. “What we need is a [...]

‘Fear and confusion’: SPC hits out after becoming first business to mandate vaccine

August 13, 2021|Categories: Australia, Economics, Human Rights|

Food manufacturer SPC has accused the worker’s union for trying to create “fear and confusion” after proposing to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for its workers. The company earlier said it would require staff to be fully vaccinated by the end of November to gain entry to any company location. It cited “the health and well-being [...]