Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Why Politicians Dominate in a Socialist Society

By Hans-Hermann Hoppe

Socialism leads to the politicization of society. Hardly anything can be worse for the production of wealth.
Socialism, at least its Marxist version, says its goal is complete equality. The Marxists observe that once you allow private property in the means of production, you allow differences. If I own resource A, then you do not own it and our relationship toward resource A becomes different and unequal. By abolishing private property in the means of production with one stroke, say the Marxists, everyone becomes co-owner of everything. This reflects everyone’s equal standing as a human being.
The reality is much different. Declaring everyone a co-owner of everything only nominally solves differences in ownership. It does not solve the real underlying problem:  there remain differences in the power to control what is done with resources.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Barbados Central BanK Governor Facing Dismissal for Refusing to Print More Money (Debase the BD$)

Central Bank Governor Dr DeLisle Worrell and Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler.
Read the full story here via Barbados Today.


Well done Dr DeLisle Worrell. Do not be complicit in covertly stealing from your fellow citizens via legalized counterfeiting. 

Related article here: 

Consequences of The Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago Debasing The $TT

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Ode to Petrotrin - Why is America So Rich / Why T&T Underperforms

Trinidad & Tobago simply has not lived up to its fullest potential because too large a segment of the economy is run by the inefficient Trinidad and Tobago government. 

N.B. For obvious reasons they won't teach you this in government run or funded schools. 


Thursday, January 26, 2017

Consequences of The Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago Debasing The $TT

The Trinidad and Tobago Central Bank (TTCB) has debased / eroded the $TT by expanding the money supply (printing too much money) that it now has to change the Metal Composition of the 5, 10, 25 cent coins and eliminate the 1 cent coin altogether. 

P.S. this is also why there's a shortage of available $US in the local system as the increased supply of $TTs aggressively demand available $US. 



Monday, January 23, 2017

What does it really take to live successfully in Israel?

Resa Gooding
Marketing Strategist for B2B Software Technology Companies

While Israel may be one of the smallest countries in the world plagued with a lot of negative publicity, it’s also one of the most amazing places to live in. For those who’ve ever felt that they wanted to make a change in their life, feel closer to their faith, or simply live in a beautiful, diverse country, Israel could be the perfect choice.

As for me, I was born in the tiny twin-island country of Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean – a place known for its pulsating calypso music, and its exotic carnival. It’s a country with a rich cultural history, filled with people that are of Indian, African, Syrian, Lebanese, and French Creole descent.

10 years ago I decided that I needed something different in my life. I decided to leave everything that was familiar and comfortable to me and start my life in Israel, and I can say without any hesitation that it was the greatest decision I ever made. I’ve learned more about myself and others in the past few years than I ever thought possible.

The thing is that I’ve met quite a few people that have considered moving to Israel, but ultimately talk themselves out of it. I’ve learned several things over the past decade that I think are important for anyone considering the move, and I strongly believe that anyone can make this huge step if properly motivated.

1. Know yourself

I learned about Judaism, I attended Synagogue, I even converted – all to try to fit in to Israeli culture. However, what I found was that trying to fit in was causing me to stand out. It was more important for me to be myself. To speak in my native language (English), to be proud of my background, and to never hide my intelligence. The minute I became prouder of who I was, I was treated more positively.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Suffering and Misery in Neighbouring Venezuela - What Happens When Government Gets Too Big

Q & A, Hosted by Jay Nordlinger
Ep. 90: A Reporter in a Desperate Country
December 28, 2016

The Venezuelan situation is hard to believe: hunger, violence, a reversion to the primitive. Yet there is beauty there too, and human goodness.
Hannah Dreier is on the scene for the Associated Press. And, once again, she is Jay’s guest on “Q&A.” They talk about parents who give their children away, or even kill them. And people who rob and murder with impunity.
You need to have “bricks of cash,” says Dreier, if you want to buy anything – stacks of cash, for inflation is sky-high. The military has been put in charge of food – the better to prevent a military rebellion. Schools cannot proceed in any normal way.
Etc., etc.
As Jay says, Hannah Dreier is one of the most important journalists in the world now, and she is certainly one of the bravest. This latest conversation is eye-opening.
Hear the interview here

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Frustrating citizens' right to a lawful firearm - Larry Lalla


By Larry Lalla - Attorney at Law

At the end of 2016 Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams trumpeted the fall in the rate of certain serious crimes in the country for the year. His statistics brought little comfort to the average citizen who remains very concerned, and even fearful about the arbitrary, brutal violence that has come to characterise life in Trinidad and Tobago. The fact that the 462 persons (that we know of) were murdered for the year and that rate is the highest in six years, does little to add strength to Williams's reliance on statistics to show that the police have done well over the past year.

Citizens feel helpless against the well-armed criminal. Social media have been swamped in recent times with photographs of modern high-tech weapons that have become common-place in the hands showing-off gang members. Despite the fact that we hear of modern technology and equipment being made available to our Customs and Coast Guard illegal guns seem able to penetrate our borders with alarming and unacceptable ease.

Businessmen and professionals, big and small from all walks of life who deal with cash on a daily basis feel vulnerable and are constantly in fear that tomorrow they, their

businesses or their homes could be the targets of these highly-armed bandits. Some of the fearful have ill-advisedly purchased and are in possession of illegal firearms. They do so because there is the constant belief that the Commissioner of Police will not grant them a Firearm User's Licence, not because they fail to meet the qualifications under the Firearms Act, but because "he just is not granting any licence."

Monday, January 9, 2017

How Many OWTU Workers Does It Take To Erect a Tent?

Credit Trinidad Guardian
Thankfully they didn't have to screw in a light bulb!............it would have taken 47 OWTU workers..... :D 

N.B in the private sector 1 - 2 workers is all it takes to erect a tent ...........