Zeitgeist Versus the Market - Peter Joseph Debates Stefan Molyneux
2013-11-15 0:00

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Stefan Molyneux debates Peter Joseph of the Zeitgeist Movement on the nature and reality of the free market system.



Full Transcript: http://www.fdrurl.com/zeitgeistvsmarket

Red Ice Radio has Stefan Molyneux on to discuss virtue, ethics and the burden of moral responsibility. Molyneux also speaks on the non-aggression principle and how it is violated in society and government:

Red Ice Radio - Stefan Molyneux - Initiation of Force, Freedom from Illusion & Parenting




Stefan Molyneux provides analysis on the recent "Zeitgeist Versus the Market" debate with Peter Joseph. Do you enjoy word salad?



Dont miss the Red Ice Commentary from 2010 about the redistribution dangers of Zeitgeists Venus Project, an in depth analysis of the implementation and the philosophy behind a resource based economy:

Red Ice Commentary
The Venus Project - July 31, 2010





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