Charles Goyette Interviews Lew Rockwell

Charles Goyette, April 01, 2008

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Lew Rockwell, president of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, discusses, the connection between central banking and the modern warfare state, the Fed’s responsibility for the current global financial crisis, their new power grabs in the name of fixing the problems they’ve created, who benefits, the status of the Ron Paul campaign and his predictions for future consequences of Fed policy.

MP3 here. (22:00)

Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. is founder and president of the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, editor of LewRockwell.com, and author of Speaking of Liberty.

5 Responses to “Lew Rockwell”

  1. Smells like Hydrogen Sulfide to me…

    No $ for Hydrogen?

    Yup, the guvmint has $Billions of our tax money to give to the Wall Street charlatans to bail them out of their doo-doo and the Iraq war costs about $720M/day but there’s no $ to develop a Hydrogen fueling system… Sure

    At this rate we’ll all be riding bicycles in the near future.

  2. Fascinating analysis on the link between central banking and war financing. I was taught that both government and central bank are the “good guys” bcs during a recession they will stimulate demand when the private sector fails to keep it up. Now I see what a fallacy this is.

  3. Marina,

    For more on the subject of central banking and war, please see The Origins of the Federal Reserve by Murray N. Rothbard.
    http://www.mises.org/journals/qjae/pdf/qjae2_3_1.pdf

  4. Hi Scott,
    Great link. Wasn’t aware of a lot of the stuff in here. Actually I’m still recovering from the shock. The rot in our financial system goes far back than most people think and looks quite extensive.

  5. Howdy,

    I embedded the interview on my blog with a review and link to the original here.

    If that ain’t cool, then let me know.

    This was a very informative interview, thanks.

    Sincerely,
    Daniel

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