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Peter Schiff – Joe Rogan BATTLE ROYALE

by SGT, SGT Report:

Hey guys, you might want to check out this Joe Rogan podcast from earlier this week.

It begins with Peter and Joe discussing Libertarian values and the problems with big government. The discussion begins pleasantly enough with Schiff attempting to explain the difference between free market capitalism and crony capitalism. But the moment Peter brings up fracking and admits to being actively invested in the sector — and then makes the (startling) claim that any environmental damage from the practice is likely wildly overstated, Joe settles in for a battle.

Tune in and then give us your thoughts on this battle royale, below. Who is right and who is wrong? And in case you missed it, here’s our recent interview with Peter Schiff: Sound Money & Limited Gov’t = MAX PROSPERITY .

Joe Rogan Podcast episode #445. Peter Schiff is an American businessman, investment broker, author and financial commentator. Schiff is CEO and chief global strategist of Euro Pacific Capital Inc.

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11 comments to Peter Schiff – Joe Rogan BATTLE ROYALE

  • Paul T

    I watched this interview earlier today and I like Joe Rogan and I think he really is trying to figure things out but when he invites Peter Schiff on his show and has the audacity to argue with the master, he needs to check himself because there isn’t ANYONE that understands economics out there better than Peter Schiff. Of course that’s just my opinion but I’m basing this opinion off years of watching Peter Schiff warn people over and over again and be right on the money about what he’s stating and he understands economics so well. If Joe Rogan was smart, he would have just kept his mouth shut and listened to what Peter had to say because the man is a genius. Just my take on it.

  • FWIW

    If Schiff is invested, he’s talking his book. From his perspective, of course the environmental effects are overstated.
    What he fails to do is follow the Libertarian economic requirement to evaluate and price those effects into the cost of the product.
    To do that would ruin his investment thesis.
    Rogan for the win.

  • jeff

    This was very hard for me to listen to. I think my heart to close to the topic. I think Joe did an amazing job holding The economic master to the point of the debate. I think Joe’s argument is very important and will continue to be more and more important. Where does/will the environment play into our social economic system. Admittedly, I very new to getting a glimpse at what is really going on behind our central banking house of cards( and I own a lot to your website, so a continued thanks). But other than Schiff pointing out the ponzi scheme to Joe at the beginning, it really sounded to me like business as usual for him. I would also argue his statement at the beginning which was the the occupiers had a misguided understanding of the problem they were protesting. I would say a MAJORITY of what they were protesting what was coming out of Paul mouth in the second half of the interview. I worked in Wyoming gas fields in earlier 2000 before this was even on the radar of most people, and it was out of control then, both at the federal and state level of regulation. Anywho, keep up the good work….

  • joeaol

    Peter Schiff did a great job as usual.Joe was unusually annoying at times but brought up some important questions.Many people will side with Joe but they really don’t understand the complexity of how much the government is the cause of all of these problems.The governments main job is to protect people from fraud and property damage not participate in it.Right now everything that is done is done by the government whether it has a corporation label on it or not.Rules and regulations are basically the government telling corporations how to run their business.BP would be out of business if they took a risk like drilling 50 miles off the coast and causing all that damage.The proper government would have made them pay FULL restitution not a limit that they placed beforehand.Also the government told them to drill there in the first place.People need to really think this through but many fail to think hard enough.Joe sounded like an amatuer compared to Peter.

  • jerry

    at the end of the day Schiff is part of the problem not the solution blame the government, absolutely, in the end greed trumps all

    • Stackers

      Nonsense. Greed is a human emotion that all people experience. Greed is simply a predictable human response to a certain set of stimuli. Time and time again I see people blaming the emotional reaction of greed, not as the symptom, but as the root cause, and this is not correct.

      We need to focus on what fuels the emotional response and not the symptom. Like blaming you cold on your runny nose.

    • Paul T

      Ha! Wrong! People like Peter Schiff are not part of the problem, people like you who don’t understand are. We need more capitalists like Peter Schiff to create jobs and real wealth for our country. The free market will take care of the environment all by itself. If a company is careless about our environment, it will suffer the consequences of its own mishaps and make way for more responsible companies. Why can’t people see that?

      • jerry

        Are emotional responses winning any hearts and minds with Washington lobbyists? Thats where greed of the capitalist control it all and were any change must start short of a revolution. Nothing against Schiff but some of that money could be put to better use instead of just fatting himself were the biggest profits are made at the expense of the environment

  • Eric

    People don’t know enough to know that they just don’t know enough.

    They’ll blame everyone else except their own self indulgent narcissistic ignorant selves.

    Peter has been trying to tell you all this for the past decade. Were you reading his books, or history books, or other books or were you too busy watching fear factor?

    • jerry

      No fear factor here, I am aware that that’s Joes show and im no fan of his, I am a Schiff fan and have followed him through most of his pod casts here on SGT. Too busy trying to educate myself and partake in conversation that expands ones knowledge . You would be the perfect example of, whats the saying? takes one to know one you pompous ass

  • jerry

    Are emotional responses winning any hearts and minds with Washington lobbyists? Thats where greed of the capitalist control it all and were any change must start short of a revolution. Nothing against Schiff but some of that money could be put to better use instead of just fatting himself were the biggest profits are made at the expense of the environment .

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