Posts Tagged ‘economics’

I was a guest on Sarah Westall’s Business Game Changers show.

From the show description:

Business Game Changers – Is it Time for a new Philosophy regarding Currencies and Economics?

With the problems the world is facing over destructive “currency wars” and the continual debt that governments are racking up, is it time for a new way of doing things? My guest, Jason Erb, thinks it is. He explains his philosophy regarding debt, currencies, and how governments, bankers, and economists have led us to a ridiculous state of using our precious tax resources to pay foreign bank owners interest instead of repairing our infrastructure or giving tax money back to the people so they can buy food, medicine, or other necessities.”

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From Tom Woods’ October 7, 2014 podcast, Austrian economist takes on bestselling college text, chapter by chapter, I noted that there was no challenge mentioned of mainstream economics textbooks advocating governments borrowing from private banks to pay for their legitimate government services rather instead of issuing the money directly, interest-free.

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After a month-and-a-half hiatus, Exposing Faux Capitalism will be back live on Truth Frequency Radio, now airing every Saturday from 2 to 3 PM EDT.

Tune in for unconventional talk about economics and politics, including interviews with top alternative economics writers and analysts like Ellen Brown, Bill Still, Byron Dale, Anthony Migchels and Joseph Meyer.

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Joseph Meyer, author of the Straight Money Analysis newsletter and 40+ years of Wall Street experience, was on the Josh Tolley Show on May 28, 2014.

The interview starts 14 minutes in to the audio.

When asked about what he writes about he said that he doesn’t write things to make you feel good, he writes things that will help you to make money.

Previously, I interviewed Joseph here and here, and I arranged an interview for him on Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith here.

For my January 28, 2014 Josh Tolley Show appearance, see here.

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MoneyHere are my Top 5 2013 radio interviews, based on audience reach.

1) The Power Hour with Joyce Riley, December 16, 2013

2) Red Ice Radio, November 4 2013

3) The Conspiracy Show with Richard Syrett, Zoomer Radio AM 740, Toronto, November 3, 2013

4) Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith, December 3, 2013

5) Erskine Overnight, November 16, 2013

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On the February 15, 2014 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, I covered the following issues:

“Alex Jones’ muddled “Real Banking Solution”, The real top 10 myths about HIV/AIDS, and more on Perspectives of the Gold Standard in the Austrian School.”

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Anthony MigchelsI conducted a special interview with Anthony Migchels of Real Currencies on economics in National Socialist Germany, based on his popular September 16 article, Hitler’s Finances and the Myth of Nazi anti-Usury Activism, on October 20, 2013. Here is the audio.

We discussed:

  • mortgages only up to a maximum of 25% usury-free on the principal
  • the myth of Hitler’s anti-usury efforts
  • German consumers still heavily indebted with usury
  • internal constraints on Hitler, Hitler was anti-usury in his rhetoric before coming to power, different afterwards
  • Hitler as a statist on steroids
  • the official Nazi monetary policy was to serve the state and not the people
  • Confederate Greybacks issued to pay for war that overwhelmingly benefited the <10% minority of slaveholders
  • importance of decentralization of the money supply, no need for any usury (simple or compound interest) on money
  • beware of centralizing or half-measure monetary “reforms”

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