Liberty Quote. Big business always serves directly or indirectly the masses. Ludwig von Mises

Is that still true?

Come to the Centre for Independent Studies and find out how political correctness and identity politics are rife in corporate life. Hurry, not much time left. This event is in Sydney next Tuesday.

And some Ideas at the Centre. What about some structural reform? Interest rate myths and the state of freedom in the land.

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7 Responses to Liberty Quote. Big business always serves directly or indirectly the masses. Ludwig von Mises

  1. Bruce of Newcastle

    Big business always serves directly or indirectly the people with the guns.
    Which here is the dead hand of government.
    I admit that is better than the live hand of the mafia.
    Although all the businesses burning down in Sydney lately makes me think business there right now suffers from both.

  2. John A

    Re interest rate myths, this from my daily headlines feed from The Australian:

    Economy weaker than RBA says
    NAB believes the economy is weaker than the RBA has reported; now tips third rate cut in 2019.

    The Aussie Dollar dragged down to 69c against the USD, and the k-k-k-Keynesian myth lives on.

    Someone defined insanity as “Repeating the same actions (as before) in the hope that the outcome will change.”

  3. Nob

    Big Compliance creates Big Bureaucracy. Employment for value-sapping leeches.

  4. egg_

    Big Compliance creates Big Bureaucracy. Employment for value-sapping leeches.

    Amen to that.

  5. Angus Black

    Alan Joyce and QANTAS?

    I think the social engineering project at the heart of this company serves no one but the unrepresentative swill within the goat cheese curtain.

  6. 2dogs

    Is that still true?

    There is a mechanism which keeps it true, but it is a bit slow to act.

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