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Interview: Best-Selling Author, Piero San Giorgio, And I Discuss Men, Women, Hypergamy And The Colla

Every now and then we get an amazing message-in-a-bottle here on the Red Island. Instead of hate-mail, I for once received a contact from a person, a man, who understands what is going on in the world.

Best-selling author, Piero San Giorgio, contacted me after having read a particular article I wrote titled, The Endless Summer Effect: A Modern Woman's Delusion. An article that concisely explains female hypergamy and puts it all into perspective in an intelligent way. From this sparked a conversation with Piero and he, giving me the great opportunity, to be a guest on his YouTube channel. We had a fantastic discussion and experience going though various topics that deal with men, women, hypergamy, college culture, the workplace, the economy, the future of relationships, etc.

Great thanks to Piero. This was a fun and interesting discussion with a very intelligent man. The link to the interview is down below; including information about Piero and his book(s).

Interview by Piero San Giorgio

About Piero San Giorgio

Piero San Giorgio is a Italian-Swiss author and survivalist who wrote the best-selling book Survive--The Economic Collapse: A Practical Guide.

For millions of people, the ongoing economic crisis has marked the End of the World As We Know It. The "American Dream" (and ones like it) of a guaranteed job, a home, and a pension, has given way to the nightmare of unemployment, unpayable debt, depression, and uncertainty. In Survive The Economic Collapse, Piero San Giorgio looks behind the headlines and sound bites and demonstrates that today's economic crisis is no temporary "downturn," nor is it simply the result of bad policies.

The crisis is the beginning of the end of a global paradigm when expectations of endless economic growth and progress crash up against the reality of scarcity and limited resources. The implications of the collapse cannot be ignored: a steep decline in living standards due to the evaporation of easy credit; a new political landscape that might inspire nationalism, geopolitical reshuffling, and even wars over resources; and, potentially, a reduction in global population. No mere doom-sayer, San Giorgio explains not just how to understand the crisis but overcome it how to foster a resilient community, stay healthy, and become self-sufficient and productive in the "interesting times" that lie ahead. Packed with tactical information and resources, Survive is nothing less than a field manual for the apocalypse.

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