Mandates, family, silver, the financial crisis and more.
[ep.#151] Doug Casey's Take Viewer Q&A
Today Doug and I tackle some excellent viewer questions on Biden's mandates, ethical choices, silver, marriage, family, and much, much more.
If nothing else, please check out the section on family which starts here: 1:21:16. I’d love to hear your feedback on the ideas discussed here.
00:13 Where do you draw the line?
04:08 What’s Doug Gonna Do?
04:39 Ethical Clarity
05:49 The Frog in Boiling water
08:18 When will the financial system collapse?
10:26 Are we officially out of the eye of the hurricane?
12:22 The Mexico Conversation
15:30 Doug’s favorite music
17:53 Silver in the past and future
20:43 Familiar with Corbett?
22:19 What’s the first thing Doug notices when in a new country?
28:54 Are People suspicious of wealth now?
31:53 The Man in the High Castle
34:23 My job is mandating the xx what should I do?
37:15 investing in private placement real estate deals
41:49 Blackrock & Goldman
43:11 What’s happening in Uruguay?
46:56 Views on Singapore?
50:44 What about Seasteading?
53:42 New country in cyberspace??
55:32 El Salvador Libertarian paradise?
56:43 what made Hong Kong, Singapore and Dubai so successful…
1:01:59 Finance jobs in rural areas
1:04:16 The risks of being an employee
1:04:56 Talk is Cheap and ethics matter
1:08:32 China and Taiwan
1:13:03 Doug’s Favorite FORMER CR analyst
1:16:56 Founders VS. Suits
1:18:49 Proof the Suits are in charge
1:21:16 Doug’s view on Marriage
1:24:36 Family is an institution
1:28:33 Problems of a nuclear family
1:32:44 Why we cast aside elders?
As an elder I am so thrilled that my family is going to take me in and care for me. I have things to impart to my children and grandchildren especially about, health, food and growing vegetables as I grew up on a farm. I plan to contribute to their welfare, taking over some simple tasks like dehydrating food. The government is going broke caring for the elderly in institutions. I am not rich but hope to leave them all some money and I hope we can survive what is coming together.
I wanted to submit a question for the next Q&A but cannot find the correct avenue so I'll submit it here:
If power only becomes centralized as a function of government, in a complete anarcho-capitalist society, how would one prevent large corporations from monopolizing the military and creating a pseudo-government?