Anyway, there's a website by this name, of British origin with a small globalist component, and with the absolute best "About Us" I think I've encountered, anywhere on the web.
The Samizdata people are a bunch of sinister and heavily armed globalist illuminati who seek to infect the entire world with the values of personal liberty and several property. Amongst our many crimes is a sense of humour and the intermittent use of British spelling.
We are also a varied group made up of social individualists, classical liberals, whigs, libertarians, extropians, futurists, 'Porcupines', Karl Popper fetishists, recovering neo-conservatives, crazed Ayn Rand worshipers, over-caffeinated Virginia Postrel devotees, witty Frédéric Bastiat wannabes, cypherpunks, minarchists, kritarchists and wild-eyed anarcho-capitalists from Britain, North America, Australia and Europe.
Extropians. Frédéric Bastiat. Kritarchists. Clever.
A recent post at samizdata concerned with the upcoming British elections caught my attention and reminded me why the next round of elections in the US are so crucial to America remaining the economic engine of the world. To put it bluntly, I don't want us to turn into Britain, or France, or Portugal or Greece - unsustainable welfare states with soaring public debts, held together with ever increasing rings of taxation, bureaucracy and government regulation throttling innovation and upward mobility.