Doug Casey’s Take: 9/11 Bldg. 7 And Other Lies You Must Not Question

Doug Casey’s Take, Released on 4/26/24

The suggestion to move to Argentina (00:01:04)
Doug explains the differences between moving from California to Arizona and moving from Europe to Argentina.

Owning land in Paraguay (00:03:13)
Doug discusses the unique characteristics of Paraguay and why he does not own land there.

Questions about the 9/11 building collapse (00:06:28)
Doug shares his thoughts on the controlled demolition theory of Building 7’s collapse and the lack of awareness about it.

Historical events and numbers (00:12:17)
Doug discusses the questionable historical numbers related to the H**** and the disappeared people in Argentina.

Political and societal narratives (00:15:40)
The conversation delves into the simplification of historical events and the creation of false narratives.

Current political climate and potential civil unrest (00:21:39)
The discussion touches on the potential for civil unrest and the escalation of political tensions.

The right to bear arms and recreational nukes (00:21:56)
Doug addresses the question of individuals’ rights to possess nuclear weapons, emphasizing the impracticality and risks involved.

The proliferation of dangerous weapons (00:23:13)
Discussion on the potential dangers of modern warfare, including computer hackers and bio-weapons.

Trump’s solution to de-dollarization (00:25:02)
Critique of Trump’s economic ideas and comparison to the current government.

Influence of science fiction literature (00:27:03)
Doug Casey’s appreciation for science fiction literature and its impact on his views.

Libertarian ideals in science fiction (00:29:18)
The presence of libertarian ideals in science fiction and the elite’s disdain for the genre.

Airlines as an investment (00:30:22)
Warren Buffet’s perspective on airline industry and Doug Casey’s stance on airline stocks.

Rising costs of public education (00:32:40)
Discussion on the increasing costs of public education and the inefficiencies in the system.

Biden’s tax proposal (00:38:41)
Analysis of Biden’s tax proposal and its potential impact on the capital system.

Economic war with Russia (00:44:07)
Discussion on the economic conflict with Russia, including the repo act and potential consequences.

The Ukraine Conflict (00:47:51)
Discussion on the US funding and prolonging the war in Ukraine, contrasting it with Israel’s defense spending.

Israel and Palestine (00:49:29)
Debate on the US government’s support for Israel and its impact on the Palestinian conflict.

Psychopathic Leadership (00:50:29)
Analysis of the US government’s upper levels being populated by psychopaths and sociopaths.

Economic and Trade Wars (00:52:03)
Discussion on US-China relations, including Blinken’s visit and Yellen’s comments on China’s industrial capacity.

Hopeless Situation (00:54:04)
Reflection on the current state of affairs and pessimistic outlook for the future.

Doug Casey is an American-born libertarian economist and advocate of the free market. He is a bestselling financial author, international investor, entrepreneur, and the founder and chairman of Casey Research, a provider of subscription financial analysis about specific market verticals including natural resources/metals/mining, energy, commodities, and technology. Since 1979 he has written or co-written the monthly metals-and-mining-focused investment newsletter The International Speculator. He has authored four books, including Crisis Investing, the top-selling investing book of all time, Totally Incorrect, and Right on the Money. His latest novel is Assassin. He also published a video podcast called Doug Casey’s Take.

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