November 02, 2011
Former U.K. finance minister Gordon Brown's decision to sell off part of the government's gold reserves twelve years ago has proved to be an unfortunate move in the history of British Finance.
By David Turner
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Brown sold gold for the simple reason that he is a dyed-in-the-wool doctrinaire socialist. Socialists hate gold because it can reveal the extent to which they debase the currency by spending other people's money
Another fine mess, Gordy.
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