The Trump Infomation War

The Trump Infomation War

Nov 10, 2016 | No Comments

Sleepers Awake The Trump Information War In Pursuit of Sound Money 3 BBC1′s Panorama to get first female editor in 20 years 7 Sep 2016 17:24 Unless she starts with investigating The Virus, as it’s known in banking circles, or the Clinton Crime Syndicate, it will be just more black-op propaganda, unhealthy prolefood, designed to […]

The Pyramid Scheme of Debt

The Pyramid Scheme of Debt

Sep 23, 2016 | No Comments

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In Pursuit of Sound Money

In Pursuit of Sound Money

May 8, 2016 | No Comments

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Illusions of Time and a Ship of Fools

Illusions of Time and a Ship of Fools

May 13, 2015 | No Comments

Election success has handed Mr Cameron and the Conservatives sole charge of the ship and the opportunity to fashion a new rudder with which he can chart a course through these shark invested waters. It’s been said many times before that the only conversation ever worth having in politics or intellectual discourse is about “the money”, not because it […]

For a Few Euros More

For a Few Euros More

Apr 24, 2015 | No Comments

The migrant crisis in the Mediterranean is symptomatic of the wider malaise afflicting Europe, the new Wild West.  As Sergio Leone put it ” where life has no value, death, sometimes, had its price. That’s why the bounty hunters appeared”.  Today, after the Euribor finally went negative, it seems quite plausible and legitimate to update the phase […]

Housing Economics for the Younger Generation and the Prisoners Dilemma

Housing Economics for the Younger Generation and the Prisoners Dilemma

Apr 5, 2015 | No Comments

Politicians and the Media now claim they recognise that the general public are fed up with politics and politicians like never before but they never seem to acknowledge the reasons why. Most of them may genuinely not know because the answers require a specialist knowledge but the few who do are suppressing the truth of […]

Happy Valentines Day

Happy Valentines Day

Feb 14, 2015 | No Comments

For over 300 years, the 14th Feb has been the best day of the year for breeding.  The start of the thoroughbred season kicks off the noble art of eugenics in the equine world and operates mostly unheralded at studs all over our green and pleasant lands.  Thought, preparation and hope mark the covering of top-class mares by the […]

The Art of the Interview

The Art of the Interview

Feb 5, 2015 | No Comments

Politics is going really well if you like bland, dumbed down nonsense, devoid of vision or hope.  The public are crying out for an alternative truth.  Trust in politicians and other “representatives” has never been lower.  To prevent the public from believing the “political interview” is merely an orchestrated obfuscation of private vested interests a change […]

A Wasted Afternoon in Parliament

A Wasted Afternoon in Parliament

Jan 15, 2015 | No Comments

Although I wouldn’t recommend it, I had the pleasure of watching a House of Commons division being called the other day. I enjoyed the Speaker employing his sizeable wit and intellect to flay the mediocrity of the debate, but I couldn’t help thinking what a collection of misfits, beer bellies and caddish insincerity. It reminded […]

Mr Nickell, the OBR and Population

Mr Nickell, the OBR and Population

Dec 11, 2014 | No Comments

Mr Nickell, the OBR and Population Mr Nickell does have a history as a bell weather for being the wrong side of the market or argument, although I am hesitant to criticise him as he does have an honour from Her Majesty The Queen, but Mr Nickell’s immigration outpouring yesterday belies a fundamental issue which […]

Euroland on the Brink of Reason

Euroland on the Brink of Reason

Dec 8, 2014 | No Comments

Lets be under no illusions, Quantitative Easing QE is monetisation of sovereign government deficits, lets be even clearer, QE is government printing potentially limitless amounts of paper money to pay for its own hubris, incompetence and overspending.  History tells us it always starts small and controllable but quickly as the drug takes hold, diversions and side shows are […]

Away with the Skylarks

Away with the Skylarks

Nov 6, 2014 | No Comments

“Skylarks” as I read the Rastafarians call them, are a blight on our society.  Able, but refusing to work, is an unforgivable state, and a welfare system which helps promotes this dishonourable cause is a shame on us all.  For that statement to hold, the minimum working wage must be able to trump hand outs […]

Gambling with Free Markets

Gambling with Free Markets

Oct 27, 2014 | No Comments

Financial and derivative trading is an interesting but violent game, full of love, fear, greed, loathing and ecstasy. There you go, I have owned up, and if your still wondering, it is emotional. When I started in the City of London, apart from all the fun and learning, I was most impressed by a pervasive […]

Gordon Brown, Business and the Monopoly Motive

Gordon Brown, Business and the Monopoly Motive

Oct 26, 2014 | No Comments

Adam Smith said if you left businessmen in a room together they would collude and fix the market or attempt to build monopolies. Adam Smith didn’t become infamous because he was inaccurate. What a shame his fellow Kirkcaldy resident, Gordon Brown didn’t have the same insight. Mr Smith’s invisible hand trumps Mr Brown’s withered left […]

Our Dysfunctional 4th Sector

Our Dysfunctional 4th Sector

Oct 16, 2014 | No Comments

I love the BBC, producing educational and entertainment programmes such as Yes Prime Minster and the Ryder Cup highlights, but in the endless pursuit of pseudo impartiality the BBC has corralled us into the cul de sac of non-debate and farce, where politicians or other PR representatives are allowed to promote nonsense as fact, without […]

Mr Osborne’s New Pound Design Challenge

Mr Osborne’s New Pound Design Challenge

Sep 25, 2014 | No Comments

I was excited to read about Mr Osborne’s new design competition, so I decided to submit my suggestion. I am conservative by nature, I dislike waste and excess, and see untapped potential everywhere, but I don’t expect that to sway his decision. UK politics has been going really well, if you like diversion away from […]

Horse racing is the home of Liberty

Horse racing is the home of Liberty

Sep 22, 2014 | No Comments

UK and Irish horse racing is high on life. Where else can you share the thoughts and desires of Kings, Queens, Lords, Ladies, Lads and Lassies all on one field, in our green and pleasant lands. The great British public will not forget the disgraceful hit piece this Saturday by the Daily Mirror. I, for […]

An Independent Swivel Eyed Dream

An Independent Swivel Eyed Dream

Sep 2, 2014 | No Comments

I was always told to be wary of people constantly rubbishing everything, as it usually hides the fact there is something they really want.  In finance speak, its called “shading the stock”.  The Yes camp refusal to accept the economic and monetary facts of life is risking not only the prosperity of Scotland but will inevitably […]

The Insecure Borders

Aug 25, 2014 | No Comments

Our Island nation is our greatest asset, yet our dysfunctional border control of immigration is exposing a serious weakness.  Our borders seem as secure as prosperity in Berwick Upon Tweed if Scotland votes Yes in the referendum. Westminster needs to stop being so English and think positive. When dealing with people with savage religious views delivered with no […]

A Sustainable National Health Service

A Sustainable National Health Service

Aug 13, 2014 | No Comments

Like a guest on Jim’ll Fix it , our collective attitude towards the NHS is an abusive one. When individuals get something free their cognitive reasoning values it less than something consciously paid for. Like the abhorrent Jimmy Saville, the abuse is consistent, repeated and from all directions: Inflated drug prices and predatory pricing, telephone number salaries, […]

Please Scotland, Save our Town

Aug 12, 2014 | No Comments

The lovely border town of Berwick upon Tweed faces total destruction as a viable economic entity if the Scots vote Yes on 18th September.  To construct an economic wall just north of the town can only negatively effect its future prospects. Like everything in our highly financialised world, money and economics dominates every aspect of […]

Alex Salmond’s Project Fear

Aug 11, 2014 | No Comments

Is the good ship Salmond taking on water? Mr Salmond is now suggesting the Scottish people abandon all reason and focus entirely on his fairytale vision of a divided kingdom.  Because, not to talk about the nuts and bolts of the facts, namely the economics, certainly does fill me with fear. I believe it was […]

The SNP’s New Business Opportunity for Scotland

Aug 10, 2014 | No Comments

The Yes Campaign has been unsuccessfully racking its brain to come up with a plausible business case for Scotland.  Will Mr Salmond’s first opportunity be to tender for fencing contractors.  Will he go for 100 miles of picket fencing or barbed wire?  In addition, maybe he’s planning to borrow the money for the project from […]

The SNP’s Secret Weapon

Aug 9, 2014 | No Comments

The SNP’s strong and thoughtful campaign appears to be losing a little ground in the Referendum polls, although Alex Salmond must still live in hope as their trump card is still in play to be unleashed.  The voter repellent, Labour leader Joanne Lamont still has further opportunities to scare an undeserving Scottish people with her […]

To Divide a Kingdom

Aug 8, 2014 | No Comments

  A seminal event in the history of Great Britain is hanging over the nations psyche. These dark clouds of uncertainty are weakening our collective strength. The Scottish referendum looms full of menace and will determine the fortune of our island nation for the foreseeable future. Aside from our numerous problems, which are affecting the […]

The Mega Debt and a Sustainable Capitalism

The Mega Debt and a Sustainable Capitalism

Jul 7, 2014 | No Comments

Accepted thought acknowledges the financial crisis of 2008 was a near apocalyptic event which needed the citizens of the Anglo American dominated financial world to bailout the banking system to the conservative tune of $10 trillion in the US, and at least £1 trillion by UK taxpayers.  For perspective, the entire cumulative national government debt […]

The Supertanker

Jun 10, 2014 | No Comments

Britain has the greatest monarchy and most revered judicial system on earth, which grinds slow but fine.  Underneath these pillars of greatness rests a tired and broken society. A financial system exposed, a once great military neutered, a police force compromised, and a church confused.  Even the SNP have jumped into the void for a dalliance […]

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