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America’s Quiet War on Cash Fuels Banker Power: “Cracking Down On Paper Money”

This article was written by Shaun Bradley and originally published at The Editor’s Comment: The new system is being built up to make slaves of us. The digital currency is the least secure in every way, not only giving banks and governments specific and total information about all your transactions, but opening people up […]

Paper Money Versus The Gold Standard / by Richard Ebeling via on 12/14/2015 18:00 We are living in a time that can only be considered monetary chaos. The U.S. Federal Reserve has manipulated key interest rates down to practically zero for the last six years, and expanded the money supply in the banking system by $4 trillion dollars over that time. […]

Lord Of The Flies: Dytopia Is Arriving / DAVE KRANZLER / September 10, 2015 Paper money eventually returns to its intrinsic value – zero  – Voltaire I was driving around Denver yesterday doing my “boots on the ground” due diligence scouting of the local housing market.  I continue to see some “sold” and “under contract” signs but I’m seeing a pile-up forming […]

Mission Accomplished: Stock market, number of homeless children, both reach all-time highs. / By Simon Black / November 17, 2014 Something is dreadfully wrong with this picture. In a report just released today by the National Center on Family Homelessness, a team of academics has demonstrated that the number of homeless children in the Land of the Free now stands at 2.5 million. This is far […]

How This Monetary Experiment Will End / Darryl Schoon / March 12, 2014 Capitalism, the bankers’ three hundred year-old ponzi-scheme, is a balancing act between the bankers’ credit and everyone else’s debt. In its optimal state, credit creates sufficient growth to pay society’s constantly compounding debts. When unable to do so, debt is paid by borrowing against future growth and in […]

Uncertainty in Emerging Markets Creating Certainty in Only One Market / By Michael Lombardi / Thursday, February 6th, 2014 Fasten your seatbelt, dear reader. We’re in for a global financial crisis, a currency fiasco, and a stock market collapse all in the same year! I’m being too bearish? Not after you read this… In their search for economic growth in 2009, the Federal Reserve and other […]

Gold reflects the destruction of paper money / by Egon von Greyerz / December 31st, 2013 On the final day of the year we are publishing the interview that Lars Schall has just conducted with me in Zurich. We cover a wide range of important areas which include the coming failure of the gold paper market, the importance of owning physical gold as […]

The Mythical Merits of Paper Money / by Ron Paul / Nov 26, 2013 One economic myth is that paper money is wealth. The proponents of big government oppose honest money for a very specific reason. Inflation, the creation of new money, is used to finance government programs not generally endorsed by the producing members of society. It is a deceptive […]

The real state of the world economy is dire / By Egon von Greyerz / September 8th, 2013 We are now back to the “green shoots” era of false hope and total misunderstanding of the real state of the world economy. There are minor tidbits of good news that combined with manipulated and seasonally adjusted economic figures are giving politicians worldwide reason for spreading their optimistic […]

Silver vs The $100 Bill – How Paper Money Becomes Worthless Over Time / By Gold Silver Worlds / August 21, 2013 Step into the “Wayback Machine” and journey back in time to: 1932: Silver was selling for about $0.25 per ounce (average annual price per  Our $100 bill would buy about 400 ounces. 1962: Silver was selling for about $1.20 per ounce.  Our $100 bill would buy […]