(Justin Deschamps) For most people, money is a given. They don’t question it, they don’t know where it comes from, and they don’t understand why its value can fluctuate. But almost everyone can recognize inflation—the slow and steady erosion of value or purchasing power of a currency. In response, many “sound money” advocates promote gold-backed or asset backed currencies. These are good solutions, but it isn’t enough. In this video, I’ll describe the missing ingredient needed to solve the money crisis once and for all.
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(Jon Schwarz) If you, like most Americans, believe you’re being screwed by the U.S. political system, and would like to know exactly how the screwing functions, tune into “Dark Money,” a new documentary (video at bottom page) premiering Monday, October 01 on PBS.
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QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I found your recent article on inflation and contagions fascinating. Am I correct in summing it up that today because currencies are not commodity based, they rise and fall on anticipation of political events whereas under precious metals contagions took place by one country debasing compared to another?
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IOU Money: The Greatest SCAM Never Told — You Need to See This (Video)
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(Tyler Durden) Bitcoin is currently soaring to exponentially record highs signaling a potential "extinction-level" event for the banking cartel.
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(Stillness in the Storm Editor) The following is an enormous article covering NESARA and related information sources who have promoted this idea for the past decade. I cannot confirm if everything herein presented is accurate. As with all things, personal discernment is advisable.
When we think to ourselves how we can solve the problems of this world, sometimes, we answer: if only we had enough money! And to be sure, with present conditions, additional funds could be used for many beneficial purposes. But generally speaking, money isn't an end unto itself. It's how we use money that determines if it benefits individuals and society or not.
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(Jay Syrmopoulos) In an ominous move, Lord Jacob Rothschild has aggressively moved to limit his exposure to "risky" U.S. capital markets.
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