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Most recent update: Feb 13th, 2016 - 13:47:51

Newsletters : Current Newsletters : 8 February 2016
Thought for the Day

Is there anyone in New Zealand telling you the truth about economics?

Is anyone explaining that Central Banking is a fraud and Fractional Reserve Banking is part of it?

Is anyone telling you that this fraudulent paper money system always collapses dramatically at the end?

And the reason is that no-one has the intestinal fortitude to stop the issue of credit (printing of paper money).

Certainly not in New Zealand.

Our Debt Clock is now showing $116 billion and rising fast.

Our debt is now 47% of our GDP.

Russia's debt is about 14% of their GDP.

America's debt clock shows 104% debt to GDP.

Japan is 216%.

The paper money ponzi scheme is always great fun until it collapses.

Visit this website to learn what David Stockman thinks about all this. He is the Guru who helped Ronald Reagan bring the US economy into line a long time ago.

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Feb 8, 2016, 17:21

Creating Wealth and Keeping it

The New book by Phil Scott, President of the Foundation for Economic Growth.

"This book is good, damn good and no statistics!" Lindsay Gordon, MA, MSC, PHD.

Every serious economics student should have a copy and read this ground-breaking foundation of clear economic thinking. Real Economics explains how human actions shape our world and why so much seems to be going wrong for Western economies. This book will bring enlightenment for the general reader who will see why a few very wealthy are becoming exceedingly rich and the middle classes are on the road to serfdom.

See more: www.realeconomics.co.nz