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Science Sundays with John Duffield: The Big Bang!

We have good evidence that the universe is expanding, and when you know a bit about relativity and space and energy, you end up reasoning that the universe just has to expand. Space has an innate pressure, and gravity doesn’t suck space in. So the universe expands like a stress ball expands when you open

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Marx on Monday: Israel!

I was wandering through downtown Manhattan last week, looking to get something to eat, when I came across the Brick Lane Curry House. It looked busy and when I enquired after a table the waiter asked did I mind sharing. I said no and was led to a table where a smartly dressed man was

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Delingpole on Friday: Woolwich – it was all Nick Robinson’s fault…

OK so which would you say is the worse crime? a) killing an unarmed man with meat cleavers in a London street and then trying to slice his head off? b) describing the alleged killers as “of Muslim appearance” on BBC news? Call me old-fashioned but I would have gone for a). Which just goes

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Campaign to “Buy Britain’s Gold Back”

Here at Bogpaper Towers we strongly believe individuals need to start working hard to protect themselves against hyperinflation and other effects from the abuse of the fiat money system. Central banks have been making it quite clear since 1971 that their actions are not for the long-term benefits of savers and the average citizen, however

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Happy Birthday MPC!

A fun video to finish off the Bank Holiday week. The MPC committee is 15 years old this week and after yet another disappointing decision by the MPC ysterday we thought it relevant to bring this video to you. This interesting movie has been created by the rather excellent Save Our Savers. Visit their website

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Our central bankers are intellectually bankrupt

I’m sure many of you will have seen this already, Ron Paul’s excellent editorial in the FT last week, but because it’s so good we felt it deserved a place on the Bogpaper blog. Because the FT can get a little picky sometimes we’ve just put a few of our favourite bits up here. But

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Nigel Farage – EU Parliament – The Euro is over

Yesterday, Little Miss Messy placed a brilliant comment on our Detlev Schlichter post. She kindly copied a response she had received from Mr Farage’s office in regard to the state’s role in the banking system. We reproduce her comments below. We have then posted Mr Farage’s recent speech in European Parliament. One of the few

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Radio: What is money?

Here at Bogpaper Towers our attention has just been brought to a rather good BBC Radio 4 programme which was broadcast back in March. Frances Stonor Saunders asks ‘What is money?’, in her quest to find out she covers what makes money, is it even worth the paper it’s printed on? She also explores some

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New video: Irish Constitution halts Sheriff

We must be going a little mad here at Bogpaper Towers with Spring on it’s way, we thought we had shown you the two videos below a long time ago! But it looks like we hadn’t so please watch these and appreciate how powerful knowledge and information can be to anyone. But also just quite

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Guest Post: UK is wrong to have turned its back on individual freedom

Here at Bogpaper Towers in London we are always impressed with the libertarian and Austrian views of City A.M’s editor Allister Heath. In yesterday’s column he argues that it is about time ‘liberty’ and ‘freedom’ became a part of UK political debate. He believes that the longer the government and authorities continue to make decisions for us,

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