Nork: Warren Mosler <warren.mosler@g>
Bidaltze-data: osteguna, 2017(e)ko otsailaren 16a 20:38
Gaia: Re: Pour épater les basques… (To shock the Basques)
Many thanks for your efforts to fight the good fight!!!!!!!!!!!
On Thu, Feb 16, 2017 at 9:39 AM, . <email@example.com> wrote:
There is a French saying that you probably know: “pour épater les bourgeois” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89pater_la_bourgeoisie).
After more than 1,975 entries in my blog at the Unibertsitatea.net, I feel a litle bit tired with the lack of interest about MMT by my felow compatriots.
So, in a similar way, I would like to shock the Basques.
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I have said and wrote many times and in very different places that you are ready to come to our Basque Country and tell us about MMT, Euroland and the different solutions (using the euro and/or with a national currency), job guarantee, and etc.
Up to now, it seems that there is no way to bring you here.
Let’s wait, I am not able, not even ready, to quit.
I’m a fighter.
In struggle (In favor of MMT)
All my best!
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