Hi, Greg Canavan here. I hope you’re enjoying some downtime somewhere. It’s exactly what I’ve advised my fellow editors to do…rest and relax. It’s been a long year, especially for those of us who had to endure Victoria’s lockdown and curfew rules. So, a good unwind is required before we get back into it in 2021.
So for the next week, you’ll get something different from us here at The Rum Rebellion. You’re probably familiar with the work of Dan Denning, who is a regular contributor to this publication. Dan works closely with Bill Bonner, and writes for The Bonner-Denning Letter, with which you might also be familiar.
Bill is one of the founders of Agora, which is the parent company of Port Phillip Publishing, the publisher of The Rum Rebellion. Bill has quite the network to draw upon. One of the recent projects they’ve been working on is the Bonner Private Research Podcast, hosted by Aussie expat Joel Bowman.
Over to you, Joel…
Every election cycle, honest, well-intentioned citizens are invited to dirty their hands in the fundamentally dishonest, and corrupted political process of electing their next Dear Leader.
We are invited to choose between the ‘lesser of two evils’…to hold our nose and cast a vote for Tweedle Dee or Tweedle Dum.
What we’re not told, of course, is that…the winner of every election is the same: the government.
In this free-ranging discussion with Dan Denning, we talk about the real and unavoidable trajectory for the US (regardless of who wins on 3 November), why the election probably doesn’t matter in the way you’re being told it does, and why a resurgence in meddlesome Marxism poses a clear and present threat to your safety and well-being.
Listen to our full conversation, here.
Contributor, The Rum Rebellion
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