'..China is perhaps the fastest growing market for interest in Austrian economics.'

Posted by ProjectC 
'As an aide, China is perhaps the fastest growing market for interest in Austrian economics. We constantly receive requests for materials from Chinese professors who teach at universities we have never heard of, in cities of five or ten million people which are scarcely known in the West.


Dr. Joe Salerno describes Mises's program as "liberal nationalism," a recognition of nation states but rooted in property and rigorous self-determination at home — even to the point of allowing secession for political, linguistic, or ethnic minorities. Misesian liberal nationalism requires laissez-faire at home, robust free trade with neighbors to avoid the tendency toward autarky, and non-interventionist foreign policy to avoid the tendency toward war and empire.


Therefore it is up to us to create a vision for the present age. It is up to us to reconsider Misesian liberal nationalism for the twenty-first century. Not an easy task, but we have the benefit of hindsight. We know what civilization and society require, and must avoid, because we have the twentieth century to learn from. We also have the work of Rothbard and Hoppe, post-Mises, to guide us and correct us.'

- Jeff Deist, Austrian Economics Looks East, November 20, 2019


Feeling & Analyzing

(Electric Universe - SAFIRE - 2019) - 'All the evidence to date points to electricity as the primal force in nature.'

(Bazaarmodel)(Teal - To Heal) - '..to let the individuals and organizations search or really think about the meaning of life.'

Extraordinary Monetary Disorder - 'I have that same uncomfortable feeling I had in 2007 – just a lot worse..'

(Banking Reform - English/Dutch) '..a truly stable financial and monetary system for the twenty-first century..'