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Libertarian network chart

On this page, we will periodically update our chart depicting the networks orchestrating the Libertarian propaganda. Click on the chart to enlarge it.

Solid lines refer to funding and dashed lines refer to mostly ideological connections.


For more information about these connections, see the following articles:

How the Money Power created Libertarianism and Austrian Economics

The “Catholic” Arm of Libertarianism

How the Money Power spawns Libertarians

Old Rothschild- and Rockefeller hands controlled the Libertarian-Communist dialectic

The Daily Bell hoax?

How Money Power controls the Libertarian movement in the 21st century

Debunking Tom Woods’ “Catholic” Austrian economics

The Mont Pèlerin Society: The ultimate neoliberal Trojan horse



5 Comments leave one →
  1. turtle permalink
    November 26, 2012 6:23 am

    Excellent job on the chart. I suspect a lot of these individuals and institutions although admitting to being libertarian would genuinely disagree with being labelled as working for the money power so I like your theory of the trojan horse from a consumer point of view and would extend it to some well meaning producers as well.

    I would be very interested to hear your opinion on some more big names from the precious metals bug crowd (which I admit to following on a regular basis):

    EdSteers GSD Report (sponsored by Casey Research):

    King World News:

    GATA: The Gold Anti-Trust Action committee devoted to exposing suppression of precious metal prices.

    and one of their ex-employees Bix Wier (and his road to RootA theory):

    No rush… just wondering if you may have come across them in your travels.

  2. Giovanni Rosado permalink
    September 16, 2013 5:10 pm

    So that’s it all libertarians are fake, so what political ideology is the true one if not libertarianism. I see myself as a libertarian but basically what this chart tells me is that I just want to be enslaved & that I don’t care for personal & economic freedom.

    • turtle permalink
      January 21, 2014 8:05 am

      Maybe the question is whether or not one wants to be part of a system. Unfortunately the natural tendency of efficient and convenient interdependency always seems to be towards some form of collectivism (eg. globalisation) and this inevitably entails some loss of liberty.

      In the meantime “libertarianism” has some useful arguments in swinging the global conspiracy “nay” sayers around to reality – but then its time to decide what sort of liberty one means while being aware of the many wolves in sheeps’ clothing.

      p.s. I now have enough info to answer my own questions posted above if anyone is interested.

  3. eithan permalink
    September 15, 2015 8:45 pm

    I very much like what I read in your many research concerning Liberterian movement as a whole. My question is what prove’s that you are not one of that network daily knell like daily Bell, what ever..?

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