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Russell Brand Beautifully Makes The Case For Decentralizing The Central Banking System (Implying BITCOIN FIXES THIS). | Russell’s recent emergence is no accident. He’s on fire, and is sounding much less communist these days, almost pure libertarian. Listen!

Russell Brand Beautifully Makes The Case For Decentralizing The Central Banking System (Implying BITCOIN FIXES THIS). | Russell’s recent emergence is no accident. He’s on fire, and is sounding much less communist these days, almost pure libertarian. Listen!



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  1. He’s awesome. There are plenty of us on team Bitcoin who consider ourselves from the Left. I wish people would stop trying to claim Bitcoin as some kind of right wing movement.

  2. I’ve never laughed so much and been pissed off at the same time as when I listen to RB. Keep doing what you’re doing and never stop being you. This shit is eye opening. Loving all of your content.

  3. Once again showing that you don’t know what communism is, nor socialism, nor the origins of libertarianism

    Ayn Rand was a moron when it comes to policy, the only thing she got right was that there is no god.

    Crazy.

    That said, yeah, solid case showing the problems with a central bank

  4. Never liked the guy. But …. He makes some good points here in his own unique way.

    It’s certainly good that more people are putting information and viewpoints like this out there- the more people who educate themselves and look to escape from the shit system we are in the better.

  5. Russel trains Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, so that makes him good in my book, he’s even made it to purple belt which is a respectable rank too, good on him. He’s not a lefty who thinks words are violence and needs a safe space to sit and cry in when his feelings are hurt with meany weany words.

    I haven’t always been a fan, but if there’s no path to redemption for someone then you’re world views are likely very left wing and you probably champion terrible ideas such as cancel culture and lust after authoritarian rule.

    We’re very capable creatures so let’s all embrace classical liberalism and freedom.

  6. Brand is shit. This dude supports the American right wing – Republicans – and doesn’t understand the basics of the economy or how not to abuse his fellow humans. He reminds me in many ways of Jordan Peterson.

  7. Russell brand has the Joe rogan problem which is that he means well, does endless research and in the end spreads himself too wide and believes everything he’s told because he’s not too smart. I remember him arguing once on the news that some metric or other had gone up. The presenter showed him a graph of that metric actually had gone down. He just dismissed it by saying that graphs are how the elite confuse people. It’s hard to respect that kind of attitude, if you want to argue numbers. The guy was trying to simply present a trend in some data, not confuse anyone. I’ve watched a few of his videos recently and I still don’t think he gets the subjects he’s holding forth on.

  8. Mr. Brand this is a great video. Decentralization is a new/not new concept that is a game changer for finance.

    Absolutely agree tax payers should not subsidize benefits for ultra large companies like Walmart they have the capital to offer a fair wage. Technically they do profit share with everyone who has a retirement account in a broad based mutual fund like VTI. But why they don’t profit share with boots on the ground store employees is beyond me. They can offer a better lifestyle and retain talent. A solid business case can be made for Walmart to offer competitive employment just look at Costco. They outcompete and retain talent and don’t need unions because of how they treat employees they have a happy loyal talent pool.

    Something you didn’t address; why Walmart can do what they do. Yes they may be monopolistic corporatists but why they are allowed to do what they do… is because they help the fed deliver its entitlement of food stamps and do it at a cheaper price. The fed thanks them and allows them to operate like this by conceding to Walmart corporate demands so long as they keep providing the administration of entitlement that the politicians can turn around and say they are providing. It’s being in bed with the devil basically. I don’t know that capitalism is the true evil rather it’s the fed supporting a monopoly so it can keep looking good by making sure it’s constituents have a Walmart super center with bargain basement prices to spend their redistributed tax dollars at.

    For people on food stamps and welfare I get it. There are people with rough lives/down on their luck that need a safety net and need some help. Absolutely nothing wrong with that and it’s good we in the US have the surplus (via capitalism) to provide support (btw this is the political trap). But why Walmart can do what they do and the fed knows about it is because of this. Also ppl on safety nets could get better service albeit not guaranteed if the free markets where allowed to work more without Walmart. Walmart isn’t the end goal and our markets need to be allowed to develop beyond them. They can do so once the fed crutch is kicked away.

    This is the retail industry version of how the fed supports regional monopolies in healthcare via ultra large hospital non profits that have 10 Hour ER wait times (they don’t even have shareholders to keep them accountable) but that’s a story for another day.

What do you think?

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