Peter Schiff: Competition Beats Socialism

Peter Schiff: Competition Beats Socialism

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Peter Schiff: Competition Beats Socialism

Last week on the Joe Rogan Experience Episode 1002 Peter Schiff and explained to Rogan and his audience how Capitalism through competition equates to innovation and freedom and Government central planning to less innovation and progress. One of the quotable moments from this show was from Schiff, “I’d rather have no taxes and not vote, than to vote on who taxes me.” Schiff discussed his sympathy for the Occupy Wall movement’s misplaced blame, Bitcoin, and the current political climate. Both gentlemen discussed how the free market market gets a bad wrap because of a lack of education the benefits of free market competition.

Peter Schiff:

 “The government can force me to to things that I don’t want to do. The government can make my life worse. A private business is just gonna make my life better. Right? If they’re not gonna make my life better I don’t do business with them.” 

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  • Andrew Murphy
    September 15, 2017, 4:01 pm

    Schiff is airon and hack to talk and spit on mics to preserve the power and prestige of the over sickening rich classes. He and his kind been waging class war for decades

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  • ryabone@Andrew Murphy
    September 26, 2017, 11:21 am

    hey retard, the class war is propagated by the government. you will literally never learn even though it is right in your face, AND spelled out

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  • Saeco Coffee Machines
    February 6, 2018, 11:17 am

    […] or just in between. The average German 160 litres of coffee per capita drinking in the year. Peter Schiff insists that this is the case. This meant that every day is about four cups. Because coffee is so […]

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