Guide to investing in gold & silver, 4

by Mike Maloney   Chapter Four: Greed, War, and the Dollar’s Demise With the outbreak of World War I, as with all the historical examples we’ve already covered in this book, the combatants halted redemption in gold, increased taxes, borrowed heavily, and created additional currency. However, because the United States did not enter the war…

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Guide to investing in gold & silver, 3

by Mike Maloney   Chapter Three: Old Glory I hope by now you’re beginning to see a pattern develop. In all the examples I’ve shown you so far (and there are plenty more), the pattern is the same: A sovereign state starts out with good money (i.e., money that is gold or silver, or backed…

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Trump cucks—Our turn!

In my previous post I wrote: “Crossing the river from liberalism to the other side involves several stepping stones: Donald Trump’s Alt Light, the Alt-Right (not yet a direct approach to the Jewish question), white nationalism (or southern nationalism), neonazism… and reaching the other side, National Socialism.” Yesterday, after being questioned in the edifice of…

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Ron Paul:

Economy will soon have “day of reckoning when you’ll see the very, very big crash”   As the stock market surged close to all-time highs and the Federal Reserve hinted it wouldn’t raise interest rates, former Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) reiterated his fears that the US economy is not sustainable, predicting a huge crash in…

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What is national socialism

Source: Metapedia National Socialism is the opposite of international finance capitalism, i.e. the opposite of globalization. Under National Socialism, engineers would not lose their jobs to outsourcing, and great industrial cities would not be disintegrating and turning back to farmland. There would be no such thing as Goldman Sachs, or the Federal Reserve, or big…

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The death of the dollar

I [Koos Jansen] had the privilege to meet with Jim Rickards, while he was in The Netherlands for one day, to do an interview about his new book The Death of Money. Accompanied by friend (and author of the book The Big Reset) Willem Middelkoop we met at the hotel were Jim was staying and…

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Currency crash course, 4

“As I have said many times before, the economic crisis of 2008 was only a speed bump on the way to the main event. I believe that before the end of this decade there will be an economic crisis so historic that it will eclipse the crash of 29 and the subsequent great depression. I…

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Our crystal ball

Further to my previous post. As der Schwerter has just translated to German an article by Edward S. May (“Baron Bodissey”) that explains beautifully why it is almost certain that economic Armageddon is around the corner. Below “Chump Change,” the complete 2009 article by May that originally appeared at Gates of Vienna. Presently the situation…

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Why not look through the crystal ball?

Our only strategy appears to be waiting for ZOG to blow itself up based on the inherent unworkability of its founding nostrums. —Alex Linder Very few nationalists are taking seriously Austrian economics: that the US will be facing a depression soon—in case that Romney is elected and decides to prick the government bubble—, or even…

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Most Americans will have trouble feeding themselves

The below essay, “US, SU: Same Scenario?” is the thirteenth essay of Michael O’Meara’s book Toward the White Republic, available from Counter-Currents Publishing here. Book review of Dmitry Orlov’s Reinventing Collapse: The Soviet Example and American Prospects (Gabriola Island, Canada: New Society Publishers, 2008) Despairing of my people’s passivity, I have often thought the collapse…

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