Saturday, June 6, 2015
Two very good articles
While Miss D. and I are on our road trip I'm not reading as many blogs as I usually do, but today I had time to scan a few of them. Two articles caught my eye.
The Silicon Graybeard describes 'The Extent That the Central Bankers Distort the World'. It's a very useful look at how international financial authorities are deliberately keeping a lid on normal financial processes and outcomes in their quest to keep the world economy under control. Very worthwhile reading, albeit troubling stuff.
On a more poignant note, Mr. Garabaldi describes a memorial to a German officer who was honored by his American opponents for trying to save the life of a US soldier. He was killed in the attempt. Amid all the horrors of 1944/45, it's good to know that some humanity remained on both sides.
Both articles are highly recommended reading.