Socialist Democrats: “No Borders, No Wall, No USA At All”

By Michael Snyder – Re-Blogged From Freedom Outpost

No matter how globalism is repackaged, it always smells the same way in the end. For decades, the globalists have subtly (or sometimes not so subtly) been moving us toward a world in which national borders have essentially been made meaningless. The ultimate goal, of course, is to merge all the nations of the world into a “one world socialist utopia” with a global government, a global economic system and even a global religion. The European Union is a model for what the elite hope to achieve eventually on a global scale. The individual nations still exist, but once inside the European Union you can travel wherever you want, economic rules have been standardized across the Union, and European institutions now have far more power than the national governments. Liberty and freedom have been greatly restricted for the “common good”, and a giant horde of nameless, faceless bureaucrats constantly micromanages the details of daily life down to the finest details. With each passing day, the EU becomes more Orwellian in nature, and that is why so many in Europe are completely fed up with it.

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100 Years of Socialism Summed Up in 100 Seconds

By Mateus Kadesh – Re-Blogged From iPatriot

Daniel Hannan is a brilliant MP (Member of Parliament) in the European Union from the United Kingdom. He is a conservative thinker who has used his quick wit and superior intelligence to thrash many leftists who attempt to defend the indefensible (mainly liberalism).

In a short video for Russia Today’s online network Hannan takes less than 2 minutes to explain why socialism is the most detrimental idea to have taken root in the last century.

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When Will Free Markets Emerge?

By George Smith – Re-Blogged From http://www.Silver-Phoenix500.com

If someone asked you to define “free market,” could you?  Could you do it on the spot without recourse to dictionaries or other crutches?

There’s an old tale about the origin of the term “laissez-faire” that gets to my point.  Here’s the write-up in Wikipedia:

The term laissez faire likely originated in a meeting that took place around 1681 between powerful French Comptroller-General of Finances Jean-Baptiste Colbert and a group of French businessmen headed by M. Le Gendre. When the eager mercantilist minister asked how the French state could be of service to the merchants and help promote their commerce, Le Gendre replied simply “Laissez-nous faire” (“Leave it to us” or “Let us do [it],” the French verb not having to take an object).

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