Liked on YouTube: The Anarcho-Capitalist Perspective on India, War on Cash, Gold and Bitcoin

The Anarcho-Capitalist Perspective on India, War on Cash, Gold and Bitcoin
Anarchast Ep.317

Jeff interviews Balasubramanian S of Cambridge certified TATVA School, Chennai, India, in light of the recent removal of the 500 and 1000 rupee notes and the severe and tragic consequences of this disastrous government intervention. Topics include: the schools system in India, government education, children learn well if you teach them well, demonetization in India, removal of the 500 and 1000 rupee notes, moves to greater surveillance and control, high taxation and growing, Indian cash real estate industry, ATMs either closed or have very long lines, a monthly cash limit, hitting the local economies hard, the role of gold in India, gold very much part of the culture, gold now highly regulated, Bitcoin still to take off in India.

TATVA School website: http://tatvaschool.com/

Zero Hedge article on India’s disastrous demonetization: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-11-16/stunning-scenes-panic-gold-price-skyrockets-india-after-currency-ban

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