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    Post Do you hold to the Austrian School of Economics?

    http://www.mises.org/quiz.asp


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    Post Re: Do you hold to the Austrian School of Economics?

    43/100. I had more Chicago school answers than any other type.

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    Post AW: Re: Do you hold to the Austrian School of Economics?

    Both schools should be more correctly referred to as Jewish schools.
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    Post Re: AW: Re: Do you hold to the Austrian School of Economics?

    Quote Originally Posted by Phlegethon
    Both schools should be more correctly referred to as Jewish schools.
    Correct.

    Members of the Austrian School of Economics:


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    Post Re: Do you hold to the Austrian School of Economics?

    Yes, its nothing else than a Jewish "school", stamped by the mean character which see's the world as a shop of the Jewish and partly Anglocalvinistic spirit.

    Your score is: 28 / 100.

    I mostly answered in a Keynesian/Neoclassical way, had many Socialist, some Chikago and of course some answers even from the "Austrian" school.
    But Keynesian/Neoclassical answers dominated...
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    Post Re: Do you hold to the Austrian School of Economics?

    The faces to the names!

    Hayek has got the same look like Greenspan, incredible!

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    Post Re: Do you hold to the Austrian School of Economics?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack The Ripper
    http://www.mises.org/quiz.asp


    My score is 98 / 100.
    The Jewish school of economics you mean?
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    Post Re: AW: Re: Do you hold to the Austrian School of Economics?

    Quote Originally Posted by Phlegethon
    Both schools should be more correctly referred to as Jewish schools.
    Sure, though one could say the same thing about the Marxist flavour of the "socialist" answers on the test.

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    Post Re: AW: Re: Do you hold to the Austrian School of Economics?

    Quote Originally Posted by Telperion
    Sure, though one could say the same thing about the Marxist flavour of the "socialist" answers on the test.
    The difference is, not all Marxists and for sure not all Socialists (which is not the same, first are dogmatic about Marx and Engels, last can be just more collective oriented-social) where Jews, but almost all fathers of this construct.

    Furthermore, the whole spirit is Jewish, whereas Marxism is to some extend influenced by Jews, but rather the opposite of classic Jewish thinking.

    So such a liberal capitalistic idea is their "natural" (even in their religion and culture) way of thinking, the way they lived even in Palastine before the diaspora, even in the medieval age in Europe.

    Marxism was in a way the reaction to the accusation that Jews are just greedy, oriented on money and profit. Marx' biography and his writings make that clear.
    Sure, dogmatic Marxism was egalitarian and materialistic in a way, not too many Europeans would have thought at that time this way, but to compare Marxism with this liberal ideology is still wrong.

    Now the (at least plutocratic) Jews dont need to be "moralic" any more, they can live their "profit dream" in the nightmare of America, live like in a trader society of the Middle East, just in a big scale, and because of the American dominance, they can try to spread their sick plutocratic worldview all over the world.

    In the whole "Austrian School" you just see the spirit of the grocer who wants to justify his shameless profits and destruction of ressources, social structures and communities - NOTHING ELSE!
    This is just the theory to justify the rule and exploitation of the world by the international, to a great extend Jewish and Anglocalvinistic, plutocracy, I can repeat that as often as it is necessary.

    Marxism had at least idealistic goals, might they be realistic or not. What we see in this economic school is the naked grimace of a greedy inhumaneness.
    All nice words are just there to cheat and confuse those people which are so far not able to see the truth or to soothe the conscience of the profiteers.

    Neoliberalism must be crushed and this ideas outspoken by the "Austrian" and "Chikago" school are, though you can partially learn from them, the hypocrisy which has to mask the implicit inhumaneness, destruction and crime we see in the predatory capitalism.

    And again, Socialism is not the same as Marxism and some of the answers which were labelled "Socialist" in this test, can be called decent, social, or common sense or collective oriented as well, without being in any form dogmatic in a Marxist way of thinking.
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    Post Re: Do you hold to the Austrian School of Economics?

    All economic systems on any large scale are abysmal and doomed to failure. I would not be proud of aligning myself with either pseudo-libertarian international finance capitalism or Marxist egalitarianism.

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