Oswald Mosley, a founder of MMT?

by Serban V.C. Enache

I will let the readers decide.

Here are Mosley’s Birmingham Proposals (1925, back when he was part of the Labour Party), quoted in his book, My Life (pp. 188-189); Black House Publishing Ltd. Kindle Edition. Continue reading “Oswald Mosley, a founder of MMT?”

Historical and Socialist Views on Immigration

Socialism is NOT Liberalism

by Serban V.C. Enache

In the past, I wrote about open immigration policy being a boon to capital. It’s important to consider both sides of the balance sheet: one country is gaining people, another is losing people. Naive liberals will claim that immigration is great to have in any and all circumstances. Narrow-minded conservatives will argue that immigration is a bane on a country’s health and security. I will completely disregard such delusional thinking, and instead offer what I believe to be a balanced perspective, one that takes into account circumstances – moderation and prudence always being good tenets to follow. Continue reading “Historical and Socialist Views on Immigration”

The Sovereign Nation State

Political vs Cosmopolitical Economy

by Serban V.C. Enache

 

The Globalist View on Statehood

Globalist premise. Most products have developed a complex geography – with parts made in different countries and then assembled somewhere else (goods of trans-national origin). Markets when left alone will allocate resources optimally, thus leading to efficiency and low prices. This, of course, requires the free movement of capital, commodities, and labor. All barriers – like capital controls, trade unions, welfare programs, minimum wage laws, nationalized services etc – will distort prices and lead to malinvestment (waste). Continue reading “The Sovereign Nation State”

MGTOW and Matriarchy

by Serban V.C. Enache

MGTOW (Men Going Their Own Way) is an online community which perceives the legal and romantic entanglements with women as being detrimental to men in net terms (cost/benefit analysis). In my opinion, they have every reason to be wary of the current (patriarchal) marriage and alimony laws, since they were written for a time in which women didn’t have access to paid work or education. The laws are incompatible with contemporary society and should be reformed. Continue reading “MGTOW and Matriarchy”

The Folly of Psychologizing History

by Serban V.C. Enache

In the book For Your Own Good, Hidden cruelty in child-rearing and the roots of violence, Alice Miller writes the following: Continue reading “The Folly of Psychologizing History”