Friday, May 6, 2011

Money Will Become Worthless, Government Is Going To Fail

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  1. Not 1930's Germany... Hyperinflation (Weimar Republic) took place in the early 1920's.

    Read the book "When Currency Dies". It talks all about it.

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  2. there's always been a gov, and we do need a good gov. sadly we won't get good gov, but a very bad gov, much worse then now.

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  3. Next Rothschild move, the govts, hahaha, will meter out? I’d put money on 3 prongs…fronting economic callapse as an Asian plot…worldwide food instability al la Rothschild Inc…cultural war, sadly WW3.
    on a happier note, we know about it so….we know about it. 
    BUY SILVER OR PERISH

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  4. you mean "when money dies", right?

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  5. 6:44 Yeah, that's the title. Check it out. The best parts are the diary entries from the people who lived through it. Gives their feelings in real time as things unfolded.
    -12:43

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  6. Our owners showed how much they cared about innocent life when they conned us into killing a million innocents in Iraq. They know no bounds, no decency, no limits. They are orchestrating the fall and it will be much, much worse then the USSR circa 1990. They will kick back and enjoy their Theatre of War.

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  7. the best goverment will be cybernated- it will be the second Garden of Eden because it has no concept of good and evil

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  8. I concur that the current U S guberment will fail. But not before placing most of us in concentration camps or shipping us off to war. Have a wonderful day....

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  9. I concur that you are an idiot and need to spend time away from the internet. Fucking retard.

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  10. All interviews should be done in a Big Boy restaurant like this one......

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  11. It may still be a case of 'crisis averted'...all it will take will be a new direction out of Washington; one where the Keynesian's are tossed to the curb and America uses its gold and issues gold bonds...a back-door way to return to the gold standard. History has proven time and time again that once a currency collapses there are two directions - one is complete ruin and the other is to return to a system where the paper money is commodity-backed.

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  12. There is no way we are going back on a gold standard. Gold will be prominent as a measure of a currency's stability but not tied directly to it. Fiat will still be available but wealth will be saved in Gold. This way the spenders (debtors) can continue on the hamster wheel while the savers will be rewarded as opposed to the current devastation they are experiencing. Can't get any simpler and painless (i.e. without internal strife).

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