Category Archives: About Me

My Positions

– Every enterprise should be allowed to fail, including banks;
– No central banks, including the Reserve Bank of Australia;
– No legal tender laws (the issue of money needs competition);
– No fractional reserve banking;
– No compulsory Superannuation system;
– Major steps towards eliminating income taxes;
– Stop handing money and sovereignty to global government/banking cartels such as the United Nations, IMF, World Bank.

– No carbon taxes;
– No Emissions Trading Schemes;
– No mandates, subsidies or green regulations – period.

Foreign Policy:
– No automatic involvement in overseas wars

Scott who?

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Welcome to my site.

The primary purpose of this site is to document lots of bits of useful information (or useless information) I have stored away over the last few years. If you find anything of interest on my site, all the better! Please feel free to contribute and provide your own thoughts.

I realised a while ago that documenting and discussing thoughts and ideas with others, I tend to learn things a bit faster and I’m more likely to retain that knowledge, so this site is a diary to some extent as well. For me writing articles often takes a bit of effort at the best of times, but it can be a bit therapeutic as well :-)

This website is probably the third version of my (economic) writings. My economic journey more or less gathered pace in 2003 when I joined a quiet Australian sharemarket forum called, a place I still frequent today. More recently, an economic awaking occurred to me in June 2008, when I realised that the current monetary system in Australia, the US and everywhere else was a giant fraud. I remember the day well, because I instantly knew my context had changed – and these two videos woke me up (Rich Dad; Money as Debt). To document my rejuvenated excitement in economics, I then started a blog on Economics and Monetary Policy.

Not much more to say, other than I hope you find the site of interest. Don’t be afraid to say G’day and register and comment on any article.



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