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Karl Marx vs. Peter Schiff

So you think in these times of world disaster Karl Marx is the anwser for taking away from the world the figure of the fat capitalist pig that makes all of us poorer?

So sad politicians believe so, well, they’re politicians… But they’ll soon be alone!

People are starting to realize how stupid anti-capitalism (or how I prefer: anti-freedom) is. Thanks much to figures like Ron Paul, Robert P. Murphy and Peter Schiff.

I (who am not afraid that the world will be destroyed by the bad corporation guys) was thinking: how is it increased the amount of people who now believes in reality rather than in stories of war in a parallel world where ethics is weird and kind of doesn’t exists?

Uh, let’s try it… trends.google.com

What now? Let me see… How big is Peter Schiff getting?

What about Karl Marx vs. Peter Schiff?

Gotcha!

Two years ago for each 100 searches for the bad guy there was just one for Peter Schiff. For the last year it is 21 vs. 100 for the stupid writer.

For the period starting from the begining of this year to now for each 100 searches for the dumbass, there is 47 for Peter Schiff.

In the United States Peter Schiff is as searched as Karl Marx now. Oh, Brazil is the country that most searches Karl Marx… The USA wasn’t even in the top 10 for searching him [at any time] before joining the list at the 9th place this past year and being at 10th for this current year. Oh, what about Brazil? The brazilian Federal District is crazy searching for more and more marxism.

Keynes? He’s searched even less in the US (we can see him only this year at the 7th place, while the terrorist is at the 10th) than Karl Marx even if there is lots of books of him in the bookstores, like at the B&N at the Fifth Avenue as I saw just the other day:

It seems that in a near future marxism will be only cultived by some economic leaders for disaster, as the states around the world are going to fall apart.

Oh, and what the fuzz about Paul Krugman? It’s gone. Right now (in this year) for each 100 for Peter there is 87 searches for the Nobel prize winner (it’s just so stupid that we can not say really it was earned, let’s say, as a scientific prize, because it can’t be [seriously]). 2008? Even being the Nobel winner in a society in crises with its crime leaders asking to play more with fascism Peter had just 30% less than Krugman and, as the graph shows just because the socialist won the Nobel. The year before? Paul Krugman was 235% more searched than Peter Schiff. FYI: the guys behind the Nobel on economics direct benefit from statism.

5 Responses to “Karl Marx vs. Peter Schiff”


  1. 1 Nate Cerqueira

    Awesome! I’m Brazilian and I have to put up with a lot of marxist nonsense. I struggle in the deffense of freedom against professors every day and now I see it’s worth it: small amount of efforts of freedom loving people like us spread throughout the world do make the difference.

  2. 2 nathan

    Paul Schiff’s brand of austrian school free market capitalism is no different from the Chicago nonsense that got us into this mess. Large scale privatisation and deregulationcan can only lead to corporatism, which is exactly what we have now. For the rubbish statist, (supposidly) keysianist policies that are beng pushed through now to have any affect we need a complete over haul of the system, not further moves in the wrong direction. American search results say nothing to what the right answers are. In case you’d forgotten you guys got us into this mess, its only logical that you would continue to get it wrong. After several decades of failed experments and conflict you’re all going to see a rise in sensible leftist policy, not for humanitys sake, but because they are the only ones which are sustainable. This given we recognize the failures in our previous keynsienism attempts and those of tyranical state capitalism, masceradng as communism. No doubt, however more narrow minded blogs like this will be published as people try to hang onto the last dying elemens of their belief system, not capitalism which is viable, but radical free market fundementalism. Not freedom, corporatism. On a more sinical note, by that time i’l have written a couple of ‘i told you so’ books and will be standing around counting my money, probably calling for deregulation so that i can use my profits to exploit all of you. FYI Keyns and Marx take a completly different view on the fundementals of economics. Marx wasn’t a statist, his followers were, and Keynes was certainly not a communist, nor a statist. He believed in certain state oriented economic policies. This is a completly different thing.

  3. 3 nathan

    P.S. Check out Stiglitz. He proposes one of the only reasonable models for capitalism, at least of the more pure forms of capitalism, that is from the right of the economic spectrum. And Kudos on the knock to economics as a science, its not, as schiff, friedman, hayek and he rest would have you believe, there is a distinctly constructed element to it.

  4. 4 henvic

    You must be kidding.

    It’s just non-sense to think either the austrian or the Chicago schools are responsible for that.

    In first place, do you are believe the guys that support the Fed and government interventions are in the bed with the austrian school?

    Come on. Privatization and deregulation? It really seems you don’t have a clue about America’s history. Can you tell me when was that the USA started privatizing and deregulating? You’ve got to be kidding with this commie prejudice non-sense. USA has not ever been more socialist than now. There has never been a time in the USA that it was more well-fare state then this.

    “In case you’d forgotten you guys got us into this mess, its only logical that you would continue to get it wrong.”
    In case you’re not being someone making funny of the commies, there’s no such logic as anarchist statism.

    “After several decades of failed experments and conflict you’re all going to see a rise in sensible leftist policy, not for humanitys sake, but because they are the only ones which are sustainable.”
    Damn it! First of all, what the hell would be ’sustainable’? Second, so if I fucking kill you so I can live in your home I’m making it sustainable for my life, do you really don’t care if I do that? Oh, also something went wrong in the URSS, eh…? Oh yeah, they were all austrian capitalists… Eh? Oh, what the hell would be sustainability anyway?

    Stupid arrogance. There’s nothing like a collective sustainability.

    “This given we recognize the failures in our previous keynsienism attempts and those of tyranical state capitalism, masceradng as communism.”
    Capitalism I talk about is all about freedom of trade. That’s it. It’s nothing to do with the funny thing the commies have faith since the stupid Marx wrote it…

    And there’s not like ‘fundamentalist’ in wanting freedom. There’s just honest and (guess what?) people. It’s only ethics that matter.

    There’s no right in someone being unethical (what you defend) and it doesn’t matter what for.

    And waste my time checking Stiglitz? I really have anything to do. Even if it is flushing my toilet for fun.

  5. 5 Freudian Slit

    Yeah lets go back to 19th century capitalism. We all know how great the standard of living was for workers back then!!

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