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BRUCE COTTERILL interviewing DON BRASH



"Kiwis seem to be debating the big issues more than ever before. Whether it’s house prices, the state of the economy, or the performance of our political leaders, most of us aren’t lacking for an opinion.


One of the things we don’t talk about that much is the need for good leadership. And it’s not just the politicians that need to take note. Whether you are running a sports team, a small business, a big business, or even a school, good leadership will see goals achieved and better outcomes generated."


Join company director and business adviser Bruce Cotterill as he talks to leaders about leadership. For his second guest, Bruce is joined by the former Reserve Bank Governor and National Party leader Don Brash, to talk about his experiences in the public sector, politics and his thoughts on recent fiscal hole drama.



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What a shame Bruce, that you didn't take the opportunity to quiz Mr Brash on the fact that 90% of NZ's monetary and fiscal problems, as well as our completely outrageous real estate prices, are caused by two very simple phenomena...


#1 Orthodox Western economic theory is based on totally false maxims that completely ignore the way that money is created. This is largely what creates asset bubbles as this system fails to create liquidity for the real economy in order for it to thrive and avoid debilitating inflation which is a blatant tax on the 99% in favour of the 1%.


#2 The Central banking industry of the Western world, including of course the RBNZ, base their policy on…



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Hi Brian - you are most welcome - you can also read more on this subject if you go to my new blog... https://nzflocked.com/ ...or my Farsebook page... https://nzflocked.com/ The three best writers and commentators that I know of on this massive subject are: Ellen Brown Michael Hudson Richard Werner In the meantime, the chart below is a quick reference to how the status quo works and it demonstrates the level of power and control that the global central banking industry wields over humanity. The BIS is actually at the head of the food chain and of course, the national central banks are only just one level below that. Needless to say, Mainstreet is right at the bottom of the pile - we have handed all the rea…

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Paul Dunning
Paul Dunning
Aug 15, 2023

I agree with removing the urban/metro limit. We must do this so everyone has a chance of owning a home. Having a home is an important foundation of family life. Family is an important foundation for developing community and creating a better life for those less fortunate than us existing homeowners. Let's do this.

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Andy Espersen
Andy Espersen
Aug 14, 2023

I could have done without Bruce Cotterill slightly ridiculing Don for opting to break such successful career to enter politics. People choose politics for idealistic reasons - or when somebody finds one particular societal or political issue to fight for or against. Both reasons are honourable and admirable - I can think of no more awesome or important task than to be elected by your country to be a parliamentary legislator.


Our problem over the last couple of decades is that politics in our Western democracies has become overwhelmingly dominated by certain popular attitudes to a series of issues - these attitudes best described as "wokeness". Politicians following these attitudes are best described by Thomas Sowell as having "unconstrained politi…


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Brian Mearns
Brian Mearns
Aug 15, 2023
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right with you andy.

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Sonya
Sonya
Aug 14, 2023

NZ Government needs some intelligence! This is a great interview.

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Ray Stevenson
Ray Stevenson
Aug 14, 2023

Pure honest high quality conversation , loved it . Thank you .

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basilwnz
basilwnz
Aug 14, 2023
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You know Ray, just listening to such calm, considered discussion by New Zealanders of much experience and knowledge actually helps. It offsets the insane, poorly informed and bigoted nonsense we've all being subjected to in recent years.

In fact, I may even forgo my evening blood pressure tablet.

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