The Rwanda Nziza Need For Democratic Middle ground…

 

One of the 1940s surprise best-selling books on both sides of the Atlantic is titled: *The Road to Serfdom* by Hayek. This work of intricate socio-economic and political futurism brings to the throes the classic quandary of BigBrother surveillance and diminishing citizen rights. This corpora’s now-classic volume captures Hayek’s warning quite palpably in today’s subsisting Covid19 pandemic riddled world alongside the more heated controversial anti-viral microchip medications,  global citizens are told by the likes of Big pharma, Dr. Fauci, WHO, and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will keep us safe from the unforeseen spillovers of the trade wars between two of the world’s biggest economies. Covid19 remains probably the biggest failure of the global intelligence community and public health warning systems. As Hayek recounted _attempts to centrally plan an economy, or even to protect citizens from the downsides of economic change_, pave a “road to serfdom.” In this magnum opus, Hayek showed that *if government plans or regulates the economy in as much detail and as heavily as many of the intellectuals and politicians of the day were demanding, the government must also regiment citizens and strip them of many cherished freedoms.*
Hayek did not say (as he is often mistakenly accused of saying) that the slightest bit of government regulation inevitably leads to socialism and tyranny. His point rather draws logical inferences that the more intent government is on socializing an economy and regulating it in great detail, the greater are the number of individual freedoms that must and naturally will be crushed in this societal process…To be continued on BAM 7th Edition…Watch Out!

 

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