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Behind the Scenes: Joe Rogan & Peter Schiff

Behind the Scenes from Peter Schiff's interview on The Joe Rogan Experience

UPDATE: Behind the Scenes Part 4

http://youtu.be/NBeDLcdNq9M
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Behind the Scenes - Part 3

http://youtu.be/B4aWxklK3gs

Behind the Scenes - Part 2

http://youtu.be/Ax9MBHc5aaQ

Behind the Scenes - Part 1

http://youtu.be/Asa38Bq1p1E

Watch Full Interview below, Originally posted here http://www.dailypaul.com/310736

http://youtu.be/8IHU42j3evQ

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Peter Schiff

would have us return to the late 19th early 20th century when worker abuse was rampant, where long brutal hours and low pay were the norm, and child labor laws were non-existent. What kind of world is that? If that is what unfettered capitalism is then I don't want it. Unfettered capitalism is tyranny.

Jury Nullification is a power of the last resort against tyranny.

There is no way...

You can't be serious...

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LOL! Good one! :D

LOL! Good one! :D

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You are ignorant of history and prattle marxist lies.

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To my knowledge

Capitalism is a term used by Marx to make the idea of a free market system sound greedy. Just because there are no laws against something doesn't mean people will rush out to do it. If there were no child labor laws doesn't mean people are gonna start using kids in sweatshops. Although some people will attempt to abuse the system and take advantage of other people doesn't mean these things will go unpunished. An abuse against human rights go beyond what's written on a piece of paper. Personally it would be interesting to see how many of those businesses that abused there workers back in the day had ties with the state and federal government.

I like how Joe Rogan gave him

I like how Joe Rogan gave him hell over BP!!

2 Hours In

Peter missed a few bets in that argument: they mentioned life without oil (and presumably gas): both fuels burn a lot cleaner than wood or coal, which they replaced.

Further, when people are poor, they burn their trash because they can't afford trash pick-up.

The only reason we even have the huge "environmental" movement is because people have the wealth to care about it with their time and money. Nobody could afford to care about "the environment" when they were just surviving--throughout history! They would have been studying farming and animal husbandry, not dolphins.

If we want to keep our environment clean and healthful, we've got to protect private property and restore a free market. Otherwise we'll be selling the national parks to pay off our debt (or giving in to voters' demands to allow them to cut down the forest to keep warm).

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peter totally killed it but joe nailed him on bitcoins although i hear peter is finally coming around as of late.

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I love the fact Joe lets his

I love the fact Joe lets his guests talk and get their whole argument out and you really don't see many semi-famous podcasts talking about the effects of psychedelics and such, so I strongly support his show, but I do have many many disagreements with Rogan's views. I don't even agree with Peter Schiff all the time, but all in all this was a great conversation and it's clear even Joe is unaware of how cold the truth can be.. He himself says all the time that it's us against them (us being humans against the wild)and that he's ok with animals being killed or used in experiments for the good of humanity (which I don't agree with).. Kind of hypocritical for him to go after Schiff for having the same kind of cutthroat mentality.

He doesn't really grasp free market anarchism either. He still thinks that capitalism = corruption. Kokesh and Molyneux tried to explain it to him and it went right over his head....