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Milei to World Economic Forum: All You Have to Lose Is Your Chains (And Your Socialist Ideology)

Argentina’s President, Javier Milei, went into the lion’s den of the World Economic Forum to warn that the socialism globalists now almost universally espouse could impoverish the world.

“The West is in danger because those who are supposed to defend Western values find themselves co-opted by a worldview that—inexorably—leads to socialism, consequently to poverty,” Milei his audience in Davos.

In a 23-minute keynote, Milei gave an unapologetic defense of pro-growth policies and free market ideals. His fiery conclusion is worth reading:

Today, states don’t need to directly control the means of production to control every aspect of the lives of individuals, with tools such printing money, debt, subsidies, controlling the interest rate, price controls, and regulations to correct so-called market failures. They can control the lives and fates of millions of individuals…

I would like to leave a message for all businesspeople here and for those who are not here in person but are following from around the world. Do not be intimidated, either by the political caste or by parasites who live off the state. Do not surrender to a political class that only wants to stay in power and retain its privileges.

You are social benefactors. You are heroes. You’re the creators of the most extraordinary period of prosperity we’ve ever seen. Let no one tell you that your ambition is immoral. If you make money, it’s because you offer a better product at a better price, thereby contributing to general well-being.

Do not surrender to the advance of the state. The state is not the solution. The state is the problem itself. You are the true protagonists of this story and rest assured that as from today, Argentina is your staunch, unconditional ally.

Long live freedom, damn it!

This man is a true champion of liberty.

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