I like the term technolibertarian.
It is the presence and.concentration of the techno people that makes
Silicon Valley what it is. If Honduras does not want a thing like that, it is OK.
And I do understand. It would very quickly overwhelm a country, like Honduras.
The technolibertarians would overwhelm the population, and take over the
decision making. The status quo would be disrupted.
It seems to me that population growth disrupts the status quo. I think, Honduras
has population growth, just like most countries, and the status quo does not know
what to do with this crisis. More people need more housing, food,…etc.
The old ways are failing. The faliour is even accelerated by statist rules, such as
building codes, food prices… The cities are built that homes are far from work.
Building codes make housing more expensive and none existant.
The problem with building codes is not that they hold up a standard, but the problem
is with the burocracy, and the corruption of burocracy that is involved with building codes.
Large part of the coast of a structure is just the permit process. The permit can be
revoked, or modified, and there goes lots of money. I do not like that when I invest.
I think, population growth will disrupt the democracy of Honduras, because they
love themselfs, and there is nothing I can do about that.