The separation of money and state

It’s clear now that here at Bogpaper Towers we are big fans of Paper Money Collapse author Detlev Schlichter. Mr. Schlichter has a superb way of explaining issues in the current financial system, in a way that is entirely accessible to the masses. After writing his book Mr Schlichter is frequently asked what should be […]

Radio: What is money?

Here at Bogpaper Towers our attention has just been brought to a rather good BBC Radio 4 programme which was broadcast back in March. Frances Stonor Saunders asks ‘What is money?’, in her quest to find out she covers what makes money, is it even worth the paper it’s printed on? She also explores some […]

New video: Irish Constitution halts Sheriff

We must be going a little mad here at Bogpaper Towers with Spring on it’s way, we thought we had shown you the two videos below a long time ago! But it looks like we hadn’t so please watch these and appreciate how powerful knowledge and information can be to anyone. But also just quite […]

Guest Post: UK is wrong to have turned its back on individual freedom

Here at Bogpaper Towers in London we are always impressed with the libertarian and Austrian views of City A.M’s editor Allister Heath. In yesterday’s column he argues that it is about time ‘liberty’ and ‘freedom’ became a part of UK political debate. He believes that the longer the government and authorities continue to make decisions for us, […]

Guest Post: The Economics Spring

The Renegade Economist is an excellent website with a similar philosophy to Bogpaper. As we would like to do the often publish contributed commentaries. If you would be interested in contributing please get in touch ( Today’s recommended read carries on the theme of yesterday’s short film: economists need to swallow their pride and realise […]

New video: Financial Instability Micro-doc

We’ve been posting quite a few videos here at Bogpaper but, quite simply, they are often the best way to understand and get a message across. In this ‘micro-doc’ a series of economists, journalists, pscyhoanalysts and other experts discuss neoclassical economics (the branch of economics used today to form economic policies) and how it is […]