Jason Hartman invites you all to put on your tinfoil hats in preparation for this interview with George Gammon exploring some topics often considered economic conspiracy theories. George, a regular visitor on our show, brings you some unsettling details outlining the great reset and the repo market. How are communism and capitalism connected? How far will artificial intelligence infiltrate into our every day lives?
In part two of this discussion, George Gammon talks with Jason Hartman, further illustrating some of the truth behind global conspiracies. George states that more data produced by the free market capitalist economy is needed to understand and accurately control pricing. What are we trading for green energy?
[2:15] Let’s put on our tinfoil hats for a moment.
[3:30] What is the repo market?
[9:40] “A trillion a day keeps the economic consequences away.” -Jason
[11:40] This great reset has been talked about since 2016 or earlier. Conspiracy theory?
[14:15] EVERYTHING shall feed into the central computers.
[17:45] George goes deep into artificial intelligence.
[21:00] Is communism the next stage of capitalism?
[23:00] Big government is great for the inner circle.
[24:15] Price signals help you allocate resources efficiently.
[25:30] We need all of the data that is produced by the free-market capitalist economy.
[26:10] George explains the benefits of a central bank digital currency.
[28:50] The digital currency that wins the game is the one backed by the government.
[31:00] The possibility of digital currency backed by the government puts an overwhelming amount of control into the government’s hands.
[34:30] People generally revolt against their inability to eat, not having freedom stripped away.
[37:40] Is there a chance that we can sustain our current lifestyle if we move to green energy?
[39:45] Is green energy a trade-off or a solution?
[43:45] How can we compare today to how unemployment was measured during the great depression?
[46:00] Own a little gold, maybe some bitcoin, definitely have a 30 year fixed mortgage.