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Alexander Jousse

Alexander Jousse

Contributor since: 16 Nov 2012

Biography

Alexander Jousse has been an anarcho-capitalist for eight years, learning through Lew Rockwell, Murray Rothbard, Ludwig von Mises and Stefan Molyneux. But most importantly thinking, observing and asking questions. Alexander has lived in Italy for the last six years and writes about the country to counter the mainstream media who appear to get their information from the propaganda wing of the old communist party. Their solutions are always the same; tax, spend and regulate! Historically Italy is a perfect example of the despotism of democracy; before the nation state period, the cities, kingdoms and republics of Italy were wealthy and free.

  • A United Europe?

    Published 16 November 2012 | viewed 0 times

    Since the start of the European debt crisis, there has been some growing opposition to the idea of a united Europe. Well, this had to…