by Jeff Berwick: The
Most Dangerous Word in the World
Those who have
been reading The Dollar
Vigilante, and more specifically our daily blog, for any length
of time have probably figured out by now that I am an anarchist.
No, not a guy
in a black hoodie who lights shops on fire and loots businesses
– those aren’t anarchists. Those are usually communists/socialists
or, more often the case, just disillusioned youth who are fed up
with a system that has robbed and impoverished them since before
they were even born.
are, in fact, just people who believe in the free market without
a violent, coercive ruler (government).
And as the
world comes unglued, with daily riots in London now, the collapsing
financial system and protests, riots and revolutions in dozens of
disparate countries it is becoming clear that we are reaching the
end of the road for this political and communist/fascist-style financial
system (which many actually believe is a capitalist system) –
and perhaps the end of democracy and the nation-state as we know
to the internet (because governments and the state-controlled media
try to make sure you never find out about this), people around the
world are slowly awakening to what a corrupt, terrible and dying
system we live in and are, on a daily basis, discovering anarchy/libertarianism/free-markets/voluntaryism
as being the answer.
It is a revolution.
The world over. It’s just beginning. And it will be televised –
TDV Focused On The Financial Aspects of the Collapse
Here, at The
Dollar Vigilante, our prime focus is on the financial aspects of
this collapse and how best to protect yourself and survive through
things like expatriation, getting your assets outside of the grasp
of your own government and self-sufficiency. A lot of these subjects
relate directly to our adherence to Austrian economics which tends
to lead into talk about libertarianism and anarchism.
I’m sure you’ve noticed, I’ve often swung outside of the direct
scope of TDV in our blog to discuss subjects related to anarchism.
The reason is simple, because I am very passionate about it and
I just can’t keep quiet about those issues.
But, this blog
was never the right place to espouse all my political beliefs (or
non-political beliefs – anarchists don’t believe in politics).
So, that is
why I have just launched a new video podcast called Anarchast. From
now on, TDV and the TDV blog will have the great majority of its
focus on the markets, investments, expatriation and survival of
the collapse of the US dollar reserve system from the Austrian economics
perspective – as it should be.
I’ll take my
thoughts and conversations on anarchy over to Anarchast. So, if
you enjoy my thoughts in the field of free-markets and freedom then
you’ll want to go to Anarchast.com
and enter your email there on the front page to receive notifications
whenever we have any new podcasts.
Our first guest
on the first episode was Gary Gibson, the Managing Editor of WhiskeyandGunpowder.com.
The YouTube videos of that are below. He has some phenomenal insights
into what anarchy is and on how to live freely in an unfree world.
As well, tomorrow
we are interviewing Oliver Wescott of Anarcho-Capitalist.org who
will be reporting in from London in the heart of the riots to give
his perspective on what is going on. And then, this weekend we have
as a guest, Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain Radio. Other guests we
are hoping to get on in the next few weeks also include Doug Casey,
the father of the modern day anarchist movement, IMHO.
So, I hope
to see you over at Anarchast.
As for TDV, don’t worry, this doesn’t mean any less of our usual
content here… we’ve just hired some new staff who are doing everything
they can and doing a great job to free up mine and Ed Bugos’ time
so we can continue to provide all our usual content here –
and more – at TDV.
with permission from The
Berwick [send him mail]
is an anarcho-capitalist freedom fighter and Chief Editor of the
libertarian, Austrian economics grounded newsletter, The
Dollar Vigilante. The Dollar Vigilante focuses on strategies,
investments and expatriation opportunities to survive & prosper
during and after the US dollar collapse.