“Progressive” agendas threatening our liberties and lifespans – cashless society, mandatory vaccinations, and the surveillance State. (all for our own good and protection, of course) ~ R. Mish
Cash is Trash, Especially for the Post-COVID World
There’s been a concerted effort recently among the oligarchs I like to call The Davos Crowd to demonize cash. From hedge fund manager Ray Dalio pronouncing ‘Cash is trash’ earlier this year to the fear-mongering surrounding COVID-19 making people fearful of dealing in cash because it might be tainted the anti-cash rhetoric has been amped up to eleven.
And it’s been no secret that the elite of the world want us to stop transacting in cash because it is something they can’t track… (Continue to full article)
CASHLESS SOCIETY 2020: Bill Gates Goes Viral on Digital ID and Digital Currency
Bill Gates went viral in several controversial interviews last month, advocating mandatory digital ID as proof of coronavirus vaccination as soon as a vaccine is available. The proof will be required, if Gates has his way, before anyone is allowed in large public gatherings.
Gates has also funded research to create digital personal ID vaccination tattoos to make proof of vaccination visually and electronically apparent. And Gates has long advocated becoming a cashless society using digital ID…. (Continue to full article)
Bill Gates and His ‘War Against Cash‘ Are a Threat to Our Liberty, Economist Warns
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation appears to be one of the key actors in this push for a cashless world.
A consortium of powerful interests that include Visa and Mastercard, the International Monetary Fund, billionaire Bill Gates and the US Treasury have been slowly lobbying for cash to be abolished worldwide and replaced with digital only currencies… (Continue to full article)
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There are no Swiss banks in Goldfinger although “Goldfinger, in ready money, is the richest man in England. In Zürich, in Naussau, in Panama, in New York, he has twenty million pounds’ worth of gold bars on safe deposit.” But Goldfinger uses Switzerland as the hub of his gold trafficking (which was illegal at the time in some European countries). There he has a discreet plant where he melts down car parts made of solid gold to then discreetly bank them or ship them on. Switzerland never had capital controls that prevented the free flow of gold or other precious metals, and this makes it even today the world’s first market for gold. In the movie, Goldfinger uses this Swiss freedom to his advantage. Continue reading →
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Do you wonder why the media wants you panicked about the food supply and why farms are slaughtering and aborting animals? Bill Gates and food giant Tyson have both heavily backed lab-grown meat research.
The death and destruction and economic terrorism wages on humanity has reached truly horrifying levels. These elitists want total global domination. Continue reading →
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“If you’ve got gold, you’ve got money. If you don’t have gold you have a problem.” ~ Alasdair Macleod
When Alasdair Macleod originally spoke those words, several years ago, it blew my mind. It still blows my mind in it’s simplistic and precise use of language. Alasdair has been teaching us all about gold for a very long time. We all owe him a debt of gratitude that we will never be able to repay. Continue reading →
The stock market may get cut in half, but this ‘most undervalued’ asset is about to surge
Paul Singer, the hedge-fund billionaire behind Elliot Management, warned last month that the ultimate path of global stock markets is a drop of at least 50% from February highs.
What’s an investor to do in the face of such a grim outlook? Load up on gold, perhaps. After all, according to a report this week from the Financial Times, that’s what the smart money’s doing… (Continue to full article)
Gold as an investment is made for times like these
A gold standard is inflexible. So it stops the government from doing things like quantitative easing (money printing), which increases the number of dollars in circulation, and could potentially lay the ground for high inflation. Or so the theory goes.
I’ll be frank: I would like the U.S. to return to a gold standard, but that is never going to happen. So we’re stuck in a world of unlimited quantitative easing (QE) and other Fed funny business.
Gold prices post first loss in 3 sessions
Gold futures fell on Tuesday to register the first loss in three sessions, with prices dragged down by optimism about the easing of business lockdowns in the U.S. and Europe and hopes for the speedy development of a vaccine.
The outlook for gold is mixed and highly dependent on the path and shape of the economic recovery. The U.S government has delivered unprecedented levels of monetary and fiscal stimulus, which has caused some to believe the U.S. dollar will plummet and inflation will soar… (Continue to full article)
18 Signs That We Are Facing A Record Breaking Economic Implosion In 2020
In just six weeks, the entire global economy has completely come apart. All over the world we are seeing numbers fall faster than we ever have before, and the outlook for the rest of the year is exceedingly bleak. Fear of the coronavirus is going to paralyze global trade for the foreseeable future, and the lockdowns in some nations will last for many months to come.
Here in the United States, some states are attempting to make an effort to “reopen”, but in most instances that will involve “multiple stages”. Meanwhile, tens of millions of Americans have already lost their jobs, much of the population has already run through their meager savings, and financial institutions are becoming extremely tight with their money. Even if COVID-19 disappeared tomorrow, our momentum would still take us into an economic depression… (Continue to full article)
Will Gold Double – Move Towards $3,400 Or Will It Move Even Higher?
Is $4,000 in the DNA of this current gold bull run? I have been saying $3,000 gold by fall so, $4,000 gold represents an additional 33% move to the upside. Is that possible, reasonable and within the realm of reality? We think it is easily in the realm… (Continue to full article)
Unemployment Kills: The Longer Lockdowns Last, The Worse It Will Get
The opponents of the lockdowns, on the other hand, only wish to allow people to exercise their freedom. The burden of proof lies on those who wish to use police powers to coerce others… (Continue to full article)
Elvis Was King, Ike Was President, & 116,000 Americans Died In A Pandemic
What’s remarkable when we look back at this year, nothing was shut down!
Elvis’s new movie “Jailhouse Rock” was packing the theaters. The last episode of “I Love Lucy” aired on television. The show “West Side Story” held tryouts in Washington, D.C., and opened on Broadway in September. Ford’s new car the Edsel rolled off the assembly line. The Cold War with Russia was on and “In God We Trust” appeared on U.S. currency. The first Toys R Us store opened.
What’s remarkable when we look back at this year, nothing was shut down. Restaurants, schools, theaters, sporting events, travel – everything continued without interruption. Without a 24-hour news cycle with thousands of news agencies and a billion websites hungry for traffic, mostly people paid no attention other than to keep basic hygiene… (Continue to full article)
Silver hasn’t been this cheap in 5,000 years of human history
If history is any guide, this means that the ratio should eventually narrow, i.e. the price of silver should rise and/or the price of gold should fall, bringing the ratio back to its more normal range.
US Federal Government Budget Deficits Exploding Well Over $4 Trillion In 2020
On Monday, The US Treasury announced that it is projecting that it will need to borrow a record $3 trillion dollars for Q2 2020 with another $677 billion dollars in projected planned borrowing for Q3 2020.
The Wall Street Journal is projecting a $4.5 trillion dollar budget deficit for fiscal year 2020.
Prior to the coronavirus outbreak, the US was “only” running budget deficits around $1 trillion dollars… (Continue to full article)
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The Edge is heard at 8:00 p.m. (Eastern Time), each Monday through Friday on Republic Broadcasting Network. Jeffrey Bennett, host of the program will be sharing over 60 years of his personal experience in the precious metals markets, in addition to educational commentary regarding YOUR financial health and welfare.
Jeffrey Bennett, host of the program shares over 60 years of his personal experience in the precious metals markets, in addition to educational commentary regarding YOUR financial health and welfare.
Added to the forum will be intense and sometimes dark and challenging commentary regarding daily events and circumstances, which are affecting the downward spiral of this once great nation. Programming will include topics such as the dark direction that our nation seems to be headed through the horrendous hatred in the political fields, our physical Health and the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the nations’ public education system.
With its $700 billion bond-buying expansion in response to the COVID crisis, the Federal Reserve has thrust itself into the limelight. Like a sixteen-year-old with a credit card, the Fed is salivating over what money-printing powers it shall seize next. How is the prudent investor to respond?
First, what the Fed’s already done: pushed interest rates to zero and expanded into “unlimited” buying of assets, now reaching to corporate bonds and local government bonds. These bring the same concerns we had in 2008: trillions in new money to dilute the spending power of current savers, along with the risk of “moral hazard” where government covers the losses for corporate, and government, irresponsibility. Continue reading →
For those of you that were expecting just a “deep recession”, I am afraid that you are going to be very disappointed. It took years for the U.S. economy to fully unravel in the 1930s, but now we have witnessed a similar level of economic devastation in just a matter of weeks. More than 26 million Americans have already lost their jobs, economic activity has come to a standstill, people are lining up for miles at food banks all over the nation, and businesses are being permanently shuttered at a staggering pace. But the good news is that some states will attempt to “reopen” their economies in the weeks ahead. Continue reading →
~ Quotables ~ "There is no clean way to make a hundred million bucks. Somewhere along the line guys got pushed to the wall, nice little businesses got the ground cut out from under them. Decent people lost their jobs. Big money is big power, and big power gets used wrong. It's the system." ~ Raymond Chandler, The Long Goodbye
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