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Offline yankeedoodle

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A lesson from the library
« on: October 11, 2017, 05:20:48 PM »
You gotta love this.  In Scotland, they have a "Library of Mistakes," which is all about saving us from economic collapse.  Note the names they brag about having in their "Library of Mistakes":  Karl Marx, Milton Friedman, Paul Krugman, and Michael Lewis.   <:^0

Surely there are some goy that can make mistakes, aren't there?   <lol>  If only we got the chance.

I've got a book for their "Library of Mistakes."  It's entitled "These jews Are All Full of Shit."

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The Library of Mistakes contains over 2,000 books, all relating to economics and finance. The small, cozy room that makes up the library is packed with books by popular writers like Karl Marx, Milton Friedman, Paul Krugman, and Michael Lewis. Cumulatively, the collection addresses every country on the planet.

The Library of Mistakes was inspired by the 2008 Great Recession, which served as a perfect example of how, according to the library’s curators, “smart people keep doing stupid things.”

The library promotes the belief that quantitative economic algorithms provides a sense of faux objectivity, and that trusting these imperfect models is a recipe for disaster. The books offer readers a chance to turn to financial history as a way to learn from past mistakes instead of relying on how economics should theoretically function under unrealistic assumptions.

Its mission is to provide university students with a more accurate economic education, a holistic understanding of financial history, and a grasp of how to use books as a resource to prevent another recession.

If you’re someone who cares about the world’s economy, there should be no doubt in your mind that visiting the Library of Mistakes would be no mistake.
http://www.atlasobscura.com/places/library-of-mistakes
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Offline yankeedoodle

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Re: A lesson from the library
« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2017, 09:23:03 AM »
I thought to myself, I should write a letter to these people - a letter, maybe, getting more attention than an e-mail - so I went to the internet to get their postal address.

What I was going to say to them, of course, is 1) do you notice how many of these people are jews?, and 2) why don't you offer your readers "The Protocols..." and "Mein Kampf" and "The Thirteenth Tribe" and "They Dare to Speak Out" and "Against Our Better Judgment" and honest helpful books like that, instead of the droning drivel of "intellectual"  <lol> jews.   

First of all, the internet is absolutely full of links about this "Library of Mistakes."  https://duckduckgo.com/?t=lm&q=Library+of+Mistakes&ia=web

But, guess what: the peasantry - i.e. the goy - aren't allowed to go to the "library" and learn about the "mistakes."  Maybe they might look at the names of the authors of these "books" and might start to think that our biggest mistake is reading anything from these "Intellectual" jews.   <:^0

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  Arrange a Visit
The Library of Mistakes is a financial history library with access by appointment only for approved Readers only.
http://libraryofmistakes.com/visit