Gloria Alvarez is an influencer who teaches people about the problems with socialism.
She wears a Soviet hat and uses creative props to explain the history of socialism and the damage it has caused.
Gloria warns people that socialism has failed everywhere it's been tried, and people need to be educated so they can make informed political decisions.
She hopes to show people that libertarianism and capitalism offer progress, freedom, and tolerance. Gloria is running for president of Guatemala and wants to make sure that the country is free and prosperous.
Gloria Alvarez is an influencer who educates people about socialism.
She warns people that socialism has failed everywhere it has been tried.
Gloria believes that people need to be educated so they can make informed political decisions.
She uses props, like a Soviet hat, to explain the history of socialism.
Gloria is running for president of Guatemala and wants a free and prosperous country.
She thinks that libertarianism and capitalism offer progress, freedom, and tolerance.
Latin Americans have 50 Shades of socialism right.
Gloria believes that the government has these magical powers to control the economy and tell people how to live their life and not let them be free because they are too dumb or too poor to be free and responsible for their own life.
Young people in America like socialism, but it's bigger in Latin America.
The rest of the world is becoming Latin Americanized.
Rioting, protests, and corruption are very common in Latin America.
People complain about corruption but still vote for more government, which is like a Stockholm syndrome.
Latin Americans move to the United States to Prosper and sustain their families and friends back home.
Gloria Alvarez talks about how people like their "Utopias" and are not easily convinced by those who offer freedom as a solution.
She defines freedom as the ability to make your own decisions without anyone else making them for you.
Alvarez says that freedom does not imply perfection, but that people should be treated like adults and not children who are incapable of taking care of themselves.
According to her, people don't like freedom, they like their populist messiah who promises them happiness without effort and free stuff forever.
Alvarez offers an alternative based in reality and says it's hard because people like their Utopias.
Legalizing psychedelics and alternative medicine 23:50
Gloria Alvarez talks about how Guatemala's geographical position and amazing nature are already a natural house for all these plant medicines.
She proposes opening new industries that can make Guatemala thrive by becoming the number one safe haven for the world's alternative medicine.
Alvarez wants to tackle first plant medicine as it's easier for a conservative country to understand its benefits.
She believes that legalizing drugs is the better way because the War on Drugs has been a complete failure.
Alvarez proposes legalizing psychedelics such as mushrooms and ayahuasca and says that they have demonstrated amazing results for people with PTSD, SCT, obsessive-compulsive disorders, depression, and suicidal thoughts.
She acknowledges that there are risks but says that the more transparent something is, the better decisions people can make.