Free Speech (6 June 2022)

Defining Inflation

Blacklist Press today releases the seventeenth edition of Free Speech which you can view here in PDF format. Be sure to share far and wide – we’re already reaching hundreds of readers each week and are growing each day, so it really does make a difference. If you missed last week’s edition, you can view it here.

In this edition, Gareth Seward explains how manipulated statistics and the state’s false definition of value and inflation means it isn’t what most people think and sets out how the state uses inflation as a stealth tax with rising prices and resultant financial hardship arises as an effect not a cause while explaining the meaning of various economic terms such as liquidity preference and the Cantillon effect. James Goad examines how inflation erodes the incomes of lower and middle income earners, with bad government policies wiping out the Brexit dividend and paving the way for food shortages as a regular occurrence. Christopher J. Wilkinson explores the relationship between inflation and the money supply citing how the Russian intervention in Ukraine is being used as a scapegoat for devastating economic policymaking.

The Free Speech bulletin is a weekly electronic publication of political, social, economic and cultural thought from Britain’s pioneering free thinkers. With a focus on politics beyond the propaganda, Free Speech aims to give a voice to smaller pro-liberty political parties, organisations and individuals whose ideas and perspectives have been silenced by the mainstream. Packed with concise yet informative articles, Free Speech intends to challenge corporate media by presenting accurate and truthful accounts of current affairs that empower individuals to value liberty.

If you’d like to write for Free Speech, submit your article on our submissions page.

Published by Christopher J. Wilkinson

Company Director of Blacklist Press Ltd.

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