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Honest Money

The Disinformation on Gold:   Honest Money has intrinsic value: Over the centuries, many things have been used as money, predominantly including cows, salt, and seashells. Aristotle thought about this in the 4th century BC and arrived at the five… Continue Reading →

The Credit Bubble

Only THE GOLD STANDARD can save the world from disaster:   Necessary change: If the change from a debt-based model into an equity-based model is successful, then there will be a lot less cause for concern about the fundamentals of… Continue Reading →

Basic Bank Reform Proposal

Once in debt you are at the banks’ mercy:   The Problem: Don’t think a bank reform is in the cards yet, but it is important that people understand how simple it actually is for governments to address the corruption… Continue Reading →

Accounting Fraud Banks

Lack of Critical Thinking   Banks cannot go broke: Most people lack critical thinking, but now it is time for all of us to be armed with the truth, so read on and spread this knowledge. This subject is outrageous… Continue Reading →

Why gold is money

Gold is real money Money system: The world money system is based on the creation of money out of nothing, something that doesn’t exist, and lending it to people, governments, and businesses in return for interest. Money that is created out… Continue Reading →

Gold Flashes

Gold’s monetary features:   Eroding value of currencies: Gold is the perfect hedge for the eroding value of currencies. Most people don’t own physical gold. They don’t view it as a long-term investment or even as a store of wealth…. Continue Reading →

The Currency Battle

Currency Market: The worst fears about the global monetary system are coming true. The wheels are starting to fall off. A crash could be just around the corner. The currency market is the world’s largest, most important market. It’s where… Continue Reading →

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