Fri, 16 February 2018
Jason Hartman welcomes Connor Boyack, author of the Tuttle Twins children's book series, and founder of Libertas Insitute, to discuss the need for education about our rights and liberties to be taught to children at a young age. The Tuttle Twin series is aimed at taking important pieces of adult literature and distilling them into key points to emphasize in a way a child can understand.
Jason and Connor dive into subject matter including how government and powerful entities erode our freedoms through fear, whether cryptocurrencies will stick around for the long haul, and how we can actually act to improve our situation.
[2:08] Critical thinking is on the outs in our society
[4:52] The way the system has been set up is totally rigged and takes too much effort to fully understand
[8:50] As a society we have no incentives to change our ways
[10:48] Connor's life as a prepper was not a healthy one, and why he likes cryptocurrency
[14:00] Jason doesn't believe cryptocurrency will truly catch on because it's a director competitor with central banks and governments
[18:14] Will governments shut down cryptocurrencies?
[21:16] The government is eroding our freedoms in the name of "protecting the little people"
[24:49] Some more subtle ways in which our fears are being used against us, such as avian flu, swine flu, Y2K, etc
[28:11] Europe has become a disaster through socialism, immigration, and political correctness
[29:39] Connor's long play to improve society
www.TuttleTwins.com (promo code "liberty")
The flip side of having individual liberty is having personal responsibility and accountability
We are so acted upon, rather than acting