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The three golden deledef rules

Translated from: http://fdominicus.blogspot.com/2011/04/das-mochte-ich-hier-festthalten.html

1) a politician never is guilty

2) if a politician is guilty 1) takes immediate precedence

3) if a politician is guilty an lying, it has to be blamed on the markets

Just have a look at a few entries on the mises log in the past few days: http://blog.mises.org/16587/when-in-doubt-blame-the-speculators-%E2%80%93-again/ Just an example from Germany, The taxes on fuel are well beyond 70% IIRC they are even near 80%. Who get's blamed the oil companies. Well they are responsible of 1/3 of the price but with every cent more the deledefs get 0.7 cent more robbed cents. That's the "truth" and no-one can deny it, but the deledefs do over and over again....

Keep that in mind and you have much easier times to understand, their actions.

I like it it subsumes everything nicely what's happening in EU or US country. Strange enough one does not hear such garbage from Neu Zealand, or Australia. Well the Japanese are similiar and the Chinese are well "different". We know the lie (but how does not) but they are culitvating their own bubbled. I can not see a city without population as a good investement.. See e.g: http://blog.mises.org/16436/the-inevitable-result-of-central-planning-chinas-ghost-cities-and-malls/