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Expect the best, but prepare for the worst. The more options you have in your arsenal, the better.
It seems hard to find any positive economic news anymore, even though a mere few months ago, it was difficult to find a report signaling the United States might be headed for some turmoil.
It’s so important to understand the original cause of the problem, and that is the Federal Reserve running up debt and letting politicians spend money.
We The People are funding our own destruction by supporting the “system”. If most of us stop funding it at the same time, we will bring the entire Globalist Central Banking system to its knees virtually overnight. It would be incredibly chaotic but IF the People understood the system, they could create and use an alternative system of barter/another form of money; honest money like gold and silver, and agree among themselves about how they will proceed.
This crisis is rooted in the failure to learn the lessons of 2008 and of every other recession since the Fed’s creation: A secretive central bank should not be allowed to manipulate interest rates and distort economic signals regarding market conditions. Such action leads to malinvestment and an explosion of individual, business, and government debt. This may cause a temporary boom, but the boom soon will be followed by a bust. The only way this cycle can be broken without a major crisis is for Congress both to restore people’s right to use the currency of their choice and to audit and then end the Fed.
Shutting down the Federal Reserve would make Donald Trump a national hero, and potentially one of the greatest presidents in United States history.
If I wanted to keep poor people poor, there are several government policies I would favor. Let’s count them down.
Just like the “roaring twenties”, our current debt-fueled economic bubble will burst as well, and many believe that it will result in the worst economic crisis that America has ever known.
When the housing bubble popped in 2007, the Federal Reserve went to work to re-inflate the bubble by printing more money – quantitative easing. But the policy has made matters much worse, as now everything is a bubble, and according to Ron Paul, when it bursts, only the elite will come out …
The absurdity that we are witnessing in the financial markets is absolutely breathtaking. Just recently, a good friend reminded me that the Dow peaked at just above 14,000 before the last stock market crash, and stock prices were definitely over-inflated at that time. Subsequently, the Dow crashed below 7,000 before …