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I was listening to this 3-hour uninterrupted 2005 interview of Dr. Charles Murray, author of The Bell Curve, and just near the end, I recognized the late Eustace Mullins calling in!

It’s great when you know of certain people, recognizing their voice, and hear them on shows from years ago.

Eustace Mullins is known to many readers of this site as the author of the Secrets of the Federal Reserve, which G. Edward Griffin, acting as a hired hand for the John Birch Society, heavily borrowed from, topically, but repackaged, to conceal the problem of usury.

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Anthony MigchelsOn the July 22, 2012 episode of Exposing Faux Capitalism with Jason Erb, I interviewed Anthony Migchels, monetary reformer and owner of the Real Currencies blog (starting after 30 mins).

We discussed:
– How Ludwig von Mises was brought to the United States and was funded with grants from the Rockefeller Fund
– How Austrian Economics isn’t a grassroots alternative to the current debt slavery system
– How the Volker Fund was established in the 1930s and was used to put Mises’ works into circulation when they would’ve otherwise been obscure
– How Gary North was on the payroll of the Volker fund and how he admits that a free market gold standard has never existed
– The Daily Bell site as an advocate of Austrian economics while its founder, Anthony Wile, admitted to consulting for large international banks
– Raised questions about G. Edward Griffin and his book, The Creature from Jekyll Island, regarding its misinformation and how he is a lifetime member of the John Birch Society, which the late Eustace Mullins said was founded by banker money
– The “dispute” between Lew Rockwell, the late Murray Rothbard and the Koch Brothers
– Lew Rockwell was influenced by Murray Rothbard to eventually hate the state, yet he was Ron Paul’s chief of staff in the 1980s.
– Why it was named the Mises Institute, and not the Hayek Institute
– David Rockefeller, former Chairman of Chase Manhattan and a supposed enemy of Austrian economics, was a student of the famed Austrian economist, F.A. Hayek, and reminisced about those times in his Memoirs
– Solutions, including local and regional interest-free currencies like Anthony’s Gelre in the Netherlands

I also covered the articles, Greeks turn to new digital currencies, not gold, during a crisis, and The Daily Bell shoots the messenger as it sinks into inefficient obscurity.

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