Monday, 7 September 2009

Now It Seems We Are In For World 'Statism'

Picking up on a post by Richard North. EU Referendum, it seems that the idea is being 'floated' of a 'universal currency'.

Is there no limit to this 'statist' idealogy?

If national 'governments' cannot manage their economies, what chance an even bigger 'government'?

One cannot repeat sufficiently, and enough times, the words of Ronald Reagan, in his first inaugural speech:

"But if no one among us is capable of governing himself, then who among us has the capacity to govern someone else?"

The solution to a working, economically successful 'democracy' is 'local, self-government', based on 'market forces'. When will these 'statists' finally learn this simple messsage?

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