Is the global economy heading for monetary breakdown?

A very exciting upcoming event:

The All Party Parliamentary Group on Economics, Money and Banking and Steve Baker MP in association with The Cobden Centre, the Institute of Economic Affairs, the Adam Smith Institute and the Institute for Public Policy Research cordially invite you to a discussion on:

Is the Global Economy Heading for Monetary Breakdown?

The Threat Posed by Elastic Paper Money

Tuesday 11 October 2011

Committee Room 6

Palace of Westminster


Steve Baker MP, Chairman and Conservative MP for Wycombe

Dr. Tim Evans, Chief Executive of The Cobden Centre

Detlev Schlichter, author, Paper Money Collapse:

The Folly of Elastic Money and the Coming Monetary Breakdown

Detlev Schlichter’s analysis might be controversial but it is logical and rigorous. Explaining in detail what he believes to be the real causes behind the world’s current economic woes, he paints a frightening picture of the global monetary breakdown he now believes is underway. The event is a must for anyone concerned with the future of the world economy and our society.

All Cobden Centre readers are invited to attend.

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2 replies on “Is the global economy heading for monetary breakdown?”
  1. says: Jan Skoyles


    Myself and two others would like to attend this event. Do we have to RSVP to anyone?



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