Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Africa Beware! The Empire Cometh For Thee

By Chris Rossini

Genuine entrepreneurship, and the fruits that naturally spring forth, occur in an environment of freedom of association, freedom of contract, the freedom to foresee what others cannot foresee, and an unhampered ability to act. Genuine entrepreneurship also carries a risk of losing either your own capital, or capital that has been voluntarily entrusted to you.

There are no Treaties, or thousands of pages of complicated legalese to tilt the tables in one direction or another. Freedom of association requires a simple statement from the politicians: "Don't come to us for anything. We have no involvement whatsoever. Trade as you wish."

Sadly, genuine entrepreneurship is not how the U.S. Empire rolls. Its gaggle of crony corporations have no interest either.

Well, the Empire now has its sights set on Africa:

FYI: This is not how free markets work. Entrepreneurs don't need a barking politician to tell them where the opportunities are.
Here are some key phrases that Africans should keep in mind in "the decades ahead": U.S. taxpayer subsidies, Fed money printing, Wall Street loans (backed up by U.S. taxpayer bailouts), crony corporatism, sweetheart deals, unhappy African natives, artificial booms and profits, IMF bailouts, military "advisors", military "cooperation", and puppet rulers who are "democratically elected" to agree with America (who, lest you forget, "walks by Africa's side").

Africa Beware! The Empire cometh for thee.

Chris Rossini is author of Set Money Free: What Every American Needs To Know About The Federal Reserve. Follow @chrisrossini on Twitter.

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