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Say Hello to the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss

By: Jeff Berwick | Thursday, November 8, 2012

As I write I am flying through the air at 600mph in a reclining chair on my way to Santiago, Chile. At the same time I am watching a documentary on one of, if not the most, prolific advancers of human knowledge and quality of life in history, Nikola Tesla.

You may be sitting there, thinking, it's November 7th, why am I not speaking about how 30% of 305 million people in the geographic region known as the US gave their consent to a murderous, thieving organization. Or, at best, voted for the lesser evil in a popularity contest of sociopathic criminals. Here's the deal. It doesn't matter. It's a show. To paraphrase rapper Notorious B.I.G., If you didn't know that, well now you know.

What's more important? Much more important than any person in government? Men like Nikola Tesla. Or Louis Pasteur. Or Steve Jobs. Hell, any thousands of producers and contributors to your and my life. Have an iPad? Have electricity? Don't die when you scrape your foot on a sharp stone? You owe your life and the quality of it to true heroes. Not to Mittens or Bronco.

Bronco O'Bomber and Mittens Romney? I can't believe I even have to mention these cretins. It sickens and saddens me.

Let's take a short history lesson. Something you'll never hear discussed in the public indoctrination camps. 150 years ago humans didn't even have light bulbs. They didn't have electricity. This brings me back to Tesla. He, not Edison, produced most of what we know about electricity, radio, x-rays, electric motors, lasers, wireless communications and countless other things today.

People like Bronco O'Bomber and Nancy Pelosi have never producted anything except an advance of theft and kidnapping. They are sad, twisted individuals with no care for truth in history. They just know they get shoveled millions of Federal Reserve Notes for shilling for the system and riding in their limousines, or the aptly named "Beast" for Bronco.

Unbelievably, if you ask the average American female young slave, who they would like to emulate most, it is Killary Clinton. If you ask the average US male young slave, it'll likely be Bronco O'Bomber. This is your hint to get out now (call TDV Passports for more). If you live in the US, you live among zombies. You can't defeat them. You'd have better luck trying to infiltrate the mafia and trying to turn it into a children's charity. Not going to happen.

So, if you voted yesterday... shame on you! Plus, you did nothing to change anything. Your vote didn't count. And even if it did, you just consented to being ruled. How do you feel about that?

I'm going to actually pour my heart out a little here. I've been writing about this stuff for a few years. I've had a lot of people shake my hand and thank me for telling the truth. I've also been attacked, on a very regular basis. It's an interesting dichotomy. People call me all kinds of things but all I really am is a human being. I love peace and prosperity and the human connection. I don't know why we're here... if anyone does and has conclusive proof, please notify me. But, since we are here we should listen to the words of Rodney King, may he rest in peace. To paraphrase, we have to stop hurting and stealing from and killing each other.

While I don't know the existential answer to the "why?" of human existence, I do know that peace and freedom are by far the preferable modes to the "how?" of our existence. Violence and oppression are not just awful in their own rite. They also tend to impoverish humanity overall by killing initiative and material progress. A system of property rights married to absolute freedom (as scary as absolute freedom is to most of humanity still) is what produces the most wealth...and wealth is just another word for increasing material comfort.

But liberty is equally vital to happiness. It is hard to be happy if you live in constant fear of an abusive master...something that African slaves in the Americas did Soviet Russians. It's something US citizens will come to realize a lot more clearly in the coming months and years. (In fact, those who plan to ignore our heartfelt advice and remain really should at least use our other advice to prepare financially.)

The Never Ending Left-Wing Debacle

I was quite sad to waste an hour recently watching a "debate" between a sound, morally correct individual, Doug Casey, and a snickering, snorting caricature of what are now called "liberals" and a seething mainstream presstitute named Krauthammer.

While Doug Casey tried to get a word in edgewise to ask, "What are you principles? What do you believe in?", the two government lovers to the right snickered and snaked their way to talking about the exact opposite. They spent about thirty minutes debating the most unimportant details of the electoral process. I advise you to not even waste your time watching.

But this is the state of affairs in the US today. Brainwashed people, for the most part, debating nonsensical, unimportant details while not one sheeple in the crowd boos. To me, it's long past time to get out. What Nikola Tesla came to - America - no longer exists. A man like Tesla today would likely go to Singapore, or Hong Kong, or Santiago, Chile. Things change, baby.

The entire modern human history is just a saga of people fleeing collectivism and it still hasn't changed. The funny part is, however, much of the world is catching on to this trap... people in the US haven't. Watch what happens when they figure it out.

... oh, I just landed and hear Bronco O'Bomber won the job of Chief Murderer. Enjoy!


Author: Jeff Berwick

Jeff Berwick
Chief Editor
The Dollar Vigilante

Jeff Berwick

Anarcho-Capitalist. Libertarian. Freedom fighter against mankind's two biggest enemies, the State and the Central Banks. Jeff Berwick is the founder of The Dollar Vigilante, CEO of TDV Media & Services and host of the popular video podcast, Anarchast. Jeff is a prominent speaker at many of the world's freedom, investment and gold conferences as well as regularly in the media including CNBC, CNN and Fox Business.

Jeff's background in the financial markets dates back to his founding of Canada's largest financial website,, in 1994. In the late '90s the company expanded worldwide into 8 different countries and had 250 employees and a market capitalization of $240 million USD at the peak of the "tech bubble". To this day more than a million investors use for investment information every month.

Jeff was the CEO from 1994 until 2002 when he sold the company and still continued on as a director afterwards until 2007. Afterwards, Berwick went forth to live on and travel the world by sailboat but after one year of sailing his boat sank in a storm off the coast of El Salvador. After being saved clinging to his surfboard with nothing but a pair of surfing shorts left of all his material possessions he decided to "live nowhere" and travel the world as spontaneously as possible with one overarching goal: See and understand the world with his own eyes, not through the lens of the media.

He went on to visit nearly 100 countries over four years and did and saw things that no education could ever teach. He met and spoke with a plethora of amazing people, from self-made billionaires to some of the brightest minds in finance - as well as entrepreneurs from a broad range of backgrounds and locations from tech companies in southern China to resource developers in Mongolia, Thailand, Russia and Chile. He also read everything he could find on how the world really works... politically and financially. A pursuit he continues to this day.

He expatriated, long ago from his country of birth, Canada, and considers himself a citizen of the world. He has lived in numerous locales since including Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Bangkok and currently lives in Acapulco, Mexico and is building a home in Cafayate, Argentina. In essence, everything he writes about here for TDV he has done or is doing.

As well, during his travels, both real and virtual (through the internet), he met some amazing people who have a similar shared vision of what is currently going on in the world and enticed them to come aboard TDV and provide their own brand of analysis.

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