Mises UK

– For an economic system which is genuinely fair and independent of the control of global elites;
– For the destruction of the bureaucratic and oppressive state;
– For the end of fiat currency and a return to honest money;
– For straight talking on issues of culture and liberty;

Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973) was one of the most important thinkers of the twentieth century, and certainly its most important economist. We want to set up a Mises Institute in the United Kingdom, for classical liberal, libertarian, and conservative academics to more easily promote the ideas of the Austrian School and related thinkers. The first stage is a website, where we aim to publish scholarly articles to further the Misesean tradition. We also want to run seminars, conferences, debates and other events in London, Cambridge, and elsewhere. For all this, we need your support. We are asking you to contribute what you can to the establishment of Mises UK. Follow the link here.

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  1. Reblogged this on rudolfblog and commented:

    While i agree with the general stance of some prominent Libertarians, i have to point out a cultural fallacy. Talking in abstract about a “burocratic and oppressive state” may not be wrong in itself. Nonetheless, today’s ‘state’ is a non-existent entity, given the national state representing its people is a void oxymoron. Its substitute is nothing but a fake, financially controlled federation of puppets complying to the orders of the leading cabal which, by the way, has elected the destruction of nations as its primary & nefarious aim.

  2. Well, yes. I strongly support all four of the stated objectives. Particularly the second.

    But why does it have to be done at a national level? Mises himself was an international person. Forgive me if I’m naive on this subject, but are there problems with the Mises Institute in the US?

    • No problems at all, but Jeff Deist can hardly be expected to fly over and put a conference on in the UK. The LvMI supports all these new Mises Institutes all over Europe and the rest of the world. To use an analogy Sean came up with, we are more like the patriarchates of the Orthodox Churches than bishoprics under the Holy See. Our own message will have to be adapted to local circumstances, much like the Orthodox Churches see the need for variations in the liturgy from place to place.

  3. That’s great to hear. It seems that there has been a proliferation of Mises Institutes over the last few years in different countries.

    Speaking of which, Canada and Australia both already have one, if I’m not mistaken… what’s taken you guys so long? (jk)

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