No Government, No Force

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8 Events That Prove Your Money Is Not Safe In Europe, Or Anywhere

Well, wonder no more, because the following eight events might give you an idea of where governments go to get a little extra cash.

1. In March, 2009, Ireland seized €4bn from its Pension Reserve fund in order to rescue its banks. In November 2010, the remaining savings of €2.5bn was seized to support the bailout of the rest of the country.

2. In December, 2010, Hungary told its citizens that they could either remit their private pension money to the state or lose their state pension funds (but still have to pay for it nonetheless).

3. In November, 2010, the French parliament decided to earmark €33bn from the national reserve pension fund FRR to reduce the short-term pension scheme deficit.

Yes, of course, there’s more! Please visit the link, and throw out your thoughts!

4. In early January 2011, $60 million in private retirement funds were transferred to the state’s pension scheme in Bulgaria. They wanted to transfer $300 million, but were denied on their first attempt

Secrets of the Cyprus Heist

Let me show you why the plunder of Cyprus is probably one of the most
brilliant acts of wholesale theft the world has ever known, why the
stolen treasure may be thousands of times greater than has been
suggested, and why the names of the victims, and the full value of the
loot, will remain a mystery forever.

In the days of wooden ships and iron men, colonial empires pillaged
entire populations. At sea, independent traders, merchantmen, privateers
and pirates (broadly, those who operated without paying tribute to to
one crown or another) were masters at avoiding the powerful warships of
unfriendly nations. Of great importance in this effort was knowing which
flag to fly, when, in order to avoid capture.

Political Force, intentional or merely stupid?

Consider this a subpage or sequel to our basic philosophy of liberty, recommended aid in understanding Force, defined as: (private sector) The non-consensual act of taking or harming one’s life or property, whether murder, rape, theft or …, such acts being both immoral and unlawful. (governments) Compel, constrain, or oblige (someone) to do something. Consider […]

A New Economic Reality

With the emergence of a new global economy, created by the ever expanding corporate multinationals, the status of the U.S. as the dominant force in the world market is growing ever in doubt. Did this need to happen? From a laymans point of view, losing jobs, financial instability, cross border rivalries, seems at best to […]

Farm Subsidies

A rather big issue amongst the politicos today is the Farm Subsidy bill.  A part of that fiasco is paying farmers NOT to grow crops.  Congress has been fighting, not about the principles involved, but rather  about how to apportion the dollars amongst the farmers, while it would better vote this as amongst the many […]

Three Stooges

There is only one priority issue in this USA election 2008. The issue is not national health care, nor the war in Iraq, nor global warming, nor immigration, nor drugs, nor abortion, nor ‘change’, nor raving preachers, nor oil prices, nor evil corporations… none of the above yet all of the above contribute to the […] © 2017 Sharing and Reposting are welcome; we expect due credit to Author and Frontier Theme