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#018: Free Private Cities – Why Governments Are Obsolete Relics of the Past /w Dr. Titus Gebel

Ep. 18

This episode talks to Dr. Titus Gebel about how Free Private Cities could fundamentally change the way we view government as a whole and force governments to compete for their citizens. We also explore why the structure of government hasn’t changed much throughout history and why democratic welfare states eventually all decline and create social unrest among their societies.

We cover some of the following topics:

  • What “Free Private Cities” are, and how they differ from “Special Economic Zones” and other similar models
  • Historic and successful examples of Free Private Cities and why they didn’t prevail
  • Why the structure of government hasn’t changed much throughout history and why moving to another country isn’t always a viable option
  • If Free Private Cities have a majority appeal
  • How and why democracies around the world have been failing us
  • Why do democratic welfare states eventually all decline and create social unrest among their societies
  • Why do small countries with a limited government and countries with little social structures tend to be more hospitable and have more tight-knit communities
  • Real-life examples of Free Private Cities from around the world along with their biggest challenges
  • How social welfare, education, taxes, crime, and other issues would be handled in Free Private City

 

Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/018

Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com

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