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Why is Gold Important to the World’s Economy?

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Copyright © 2011 by W. R. McAfee.  All Rights Reserved

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“No,  they’ve been outed; just like Internet outed the global warmers who were set to run a global CO2 tax scam to siphon wealth for The Chosen again.  The crooks in Washington, unable to get congress to pass such a scheme, are currently trying to force it upon the American public with unconstitutional EPA “regulations” and “laws.”

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Hugo Salinas Price Counts the Ways in His Classic Article

Hugo Salinas Price’s article that compares the gold standard and the creation and preservation of jobs and local production versus a fiat world reserve currency system dominated by one country that uprooted jobs, destroyed local production, and caused devastating trade imbalances is a must read for anyone who wants to understand how the world got to where it is economically.

His article is an accurate picture of how a small group of international bankers control the majority of the world’s wealth from The City —a square mile financial center in the middle of London where money and global economies are manipulated for profit and control—and the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) in Basil, Switzerland, which funds The City’s central banks that print and control national currencies in strategic countries throughout the world, including the U.S.. 

Both The City and the BIS are sovereign “countries” with their own “laws” and police forces—answerable to no one and no nation. 

Both are controlled and owned by the same bankers.

The City’s bankers have the knowledge, financial expertise, experience, and trillions to orchestrate—as they have been doing for decades—the big monetary picture that unfolds in Price’s article. More

America Will Not Survive Without Alternative Markets

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Friday, 27 May 2011 00:24 Brandon Smith

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 They’ll call them “black markets”, they’ll call it an undermining of the dollar, they’ll even call it terrorism, but the fact remains, life, and thus trade, must go on. If the globalist based economy does not provide an environment that facilitates free trade, or tries to dominate trade as a method of social control, then alternative markets are going to arise.

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Commerce is the lifeblood of a nation. Without the free flow of trade, without financial adaptability, without intuitive markets driven by the natural currents of supply, demand, and innovation, cultures stagnate, countries whither, and one generation after the next finds itself deeper in the somber doldrums of economic disintegration. In an environment of transparency, honesty, and the absence of monopoly (government or corporate), on the rare occasions in history that these conditions are actually present in one place at one time, we often see an explosion of prosperity and true wealth creation. When local, decentralized markets are given precedence over subversive elitist leviathans like mercantilism or globalism, a wellspring of abundance bursts forward. Free people, building true free markets that serve the specific needs of individual communities and insulating the overall economy from systemic collapse; this has always been the wave of the future. Not “integration”, “harmonization”, or some fantastical nonsensical “global village” administrated by a faceless unaccountable transnational entity like the IMF, infested with sociopathic maid raping euro-trolls.

Unfortunately, average Americans today have grown far too accustomed to having their commerce, and thus their livelihoods, micromanaged for them. Most cities and states in this country today are entirely dependent on corporate infrastructure or federal funding for ready employment and steady incomes. Most people have never even considered life without the Dollar; a highly flawed and unstable fiat currency. They exist enslaved, without any means to carry on even the most remedial exchanges in the event that the worthless paper notes finally hyperinflate into oblivion. Most Americans have never even imagined where they might obtain food or other goods if grocery chains were to shut down for more than a week; a very likely scenario considering the extent to which such businesses are indebted, not to mention the effects of destructive price increases due to inflation in commodities and freight rates. The bottom line is, if the daily fiscal life of the average American were to deviate from today’s norm even slightly, the results would be devastating. There is no flexibility in our current system. All is rigid and fragile. There is no backup plan. More

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