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I have previously written how the academics have REFUSED to revise history even when the evidence has been right in their face. I have previously written that the date for the eruption of Vesuvius could not possibly historically correct based … Continue reading
Fiat Currency has always proved to be a Scam We all run after money, but most of us do not even attempt to understand the way it’s generated. We can’t be blamed much, since it’s been made complex, on purpose, … Continue reading
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For those among us who feel safe and secure – perhaps even a little smug – about the value of the U.S. dollar, convinced that a Venezuela-type crash of the currency could never happen in the United States, this article … Continue reading