Oswald Mosley, a founder of MMT?

by Serban V.C. Enache

I will let the readers decide.

Here are Mosley’s Birmingham Proposals (1925), 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”