Rage of the Age

Antony Mueller, No Property...No Privacy

February 09, 2021 Philip Sharp Episode 41
Rage of the Age
Antony Mueller, No Property...No Privacy
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Rage of the Age
Antony Mueller, No Property...No Privacy
Feb 09, 2021 Episode 41
Philip Sharp

Antony Mueller is the founder of The Continental Economics Institute. He is also an adjunct scholar at the Mises Institute and honorary member of Mises, Brazil. He was born in Germany and graduated with a Ph.D., summa cum laude, in Economics from the University of Erlangen–Nuremberg in Germany. Antony is now the Professor of Economics at Federal University of Sergipe in Brazil. He is also the author of Beyond the State and Politics, which is coming out in a new revision and is working on Macro Economics for Business and Finance. 

 

Antony mainly discusses his recent article for the Mises Institute called "No Privacy, No Property: The World in 2030 According to the WEF." The aims of this think tank are a threat to basic human liberties and has a heavy top-down economic control policy. Tied to this strategy is the rhetoric of global climate control, which will be used to control food consumption and where you live. In the end, this group, which is gaining footholds of power, would love to see the end of private property, privacy, and the reduction in goods consumption. You will live hand to fist from the graces of the powers that be. 

 

Philip Sharp discusses in the essay segment an interesting tidbit from the past during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan during the 80’s. The deployed Soviet personnel sold off government equipment and looked forward to using Afghan bazaars to get goods they could not get back home. Of course, the connection is that the USSR is a prototype for the agenda the World Economic Forum would like to implement. 

Show Notes

Antony Mueller is the founder of The Continental Economics Institute. He is also an adjunct scholar at the Mises Institute and honorary member of Mises, Brazil. He was born in Germany and graduated with a Ph.D., summa cum laude, in Economics from the University of Erlangen–Nuremberg in Germany. Antony is now the Professor of Economics at Federal University of Sergipe in Brazil. He is also the author of Beyond the State and Politics, which is coming out in a new revision and is working on Macro Economics for Business and Finance. 

 

Antony mainly discusses his recent article for the Mises Institute called "No Privacy, No Property: The World in 2030 According to the WEF." The aims of this think tank are a threat to basic human liberties and has a heavy top-down economic control policy. Tied to this strategy is the rhetoric of global climate control, which will be used to control food consumption and where you live. In the end, this group, which is gaining footholds of power, would love to see the end of private property, privacy, and the reduction in goods consumption. You will live hand to fist from the graces of the powers that be. 

 

Philip Sharp discusses in the essay segment an interesting tidbit from the past during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan during the 80’s. The deployed Soviet personnel sold off government equipment and looked forward to using Afghan bazaars to get goods they could not get back home. Of course, the connection is that the USSR is a prototype for the agenda the World Economic Forum would like to implement.