Friday , November 16 2018

Were Grateful

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Michael Malice has moved his podcast “YOUR [sic] WELCOME” to the Gas Digital Network, and Episode #3 is what podcasts were designed for: It takes the libertarian (for purists, anarcho-capitalist) expert on North Korea (Malice) and puts him into a conversation with the comic strip expert on Donald Trump (Scott Adams). I am being dead serious, this is the single most insightful analysis I’ve heard of the Korea summit. Early on Malice says something like, “Trump gave Kim permission to do the right thing, by being paternal without being paternalistic.” I was noticing the same thing. The way Trump praises Kim (who looks like a young boy trying not to show he’s afraid to the cameras), when everybody else is literally screaming bloody murder, was giving me that vibe

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Michael Malice has moved his podcast “YOUR [sic] WELCOME” to the Gas Digital Network, and Episode #3 is what podcasts were designed for: It takes the libertarian (for purists, anarcho-capitalist) expert on North Korea (Malice) and puts him into a conversation with the comic strip expert on Donald Trump (Scott Adams).

I am being dead serious, this is the single most insightful analysis I’ve heard of the Korea summit. Early on Malice says something like, “Trump gave Kim permission to do the right thing, by being paternal without being paternalistic.” I was noticing the same thing. The way Trump praises Kim (who looks like a young boy trying not to show he’s afraid to the cameras), when everybody else is literally screaming bloody murder, was giving me that vibe too, but Malice articulated it better than I had done.

Even if you hate Trump’s guts, you should listen to this interview. I’m not saying they have the whole story, but this is definitely an important aspect of the story, and moreover one that just about everybody else is totally missing.

Robert Murphy
Christian, Austrian economist, and libertarian theorist. Research Prof at Texas Tech and author of *Choice*. Paul Krugman's worst nightmare.

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