Debunking the Robert Reich Documentary “Wealth Inequality For All”

Monday, August 11th, 2014

by Recently, I watched the Robert Reich documentary “Inequality For All”, which attributed the very serious problem of growing wealth inequality in the Americas, Africa, the EU and Asia to every single factor except the primary one – Central Bankers and fractional reserve banking. If you watch this documentary without a critical eye, the reasons […]

Fake Inflation Rates Propagate Epic Banker Lies About Gold, Silver & Stock Markets

Monday, June 23rd, 2014

bankers use fake inflation rates to convince people of epic lies that prevent investors from making wise decisions regarding gold, silver and stocks

The Hunger Games: How Gold and Silver Will Save You From Soaring Food Prices

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

by   In post World War I Germany, the MONTHLY inflation rate reached 29,500%. Though only a generation ago, with Central Banks destroying global currencies at a pace today not seen since the Reichesbank, the memories of horrific hardships imposed upon people by Central Bankers seems to have already been erased from the general populace’s […]

How the (Grinch) Bankers Stole Christmas

Thursday, December 24th, 2009

by I hate bankers and so should you. Why? Because bankers steal a little bit of Christmas cheer every year. For the past several years, bankers have stolen a lot of Christmas cheer. Like the Grinch from Dr. Seuss’s famous children’s tale, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, bankers have hearts two sizes too small, and […]

The Gaping Hole in the Deflation Argument, Part II

Friday, April 24th, 2009

by In Part I of “The Gaping Hole”, I stated that “the valid argument against massive future inflation is the fact that this bailout money must eventually end up not just in the monetary base but in the monetary supply.” When money in the monetary base is converted to monetary supply then this indeed causes […]

The Gaping Hole in the Deflation Argument

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

by There are many people still bandying around the idea that we will suffer a prolonged period of deflation and their primary argument in support of this thesis is the fact that despite the ECB, the Federal Reserve, the Bank of England, the Bank of Japan and other Central Banks printing trillions upon trillions of […]

Monetary Inflation: How Increased Paper Wealth Can Translate into a Lower Standard of Living

Thursday, April 17th, 2008

by April 17, 2008 Consider this. If you owned a prime piece of real estate in 2001 that was valued at $1.8 million that cost 7,200 ounces of gold to buy it back then (at a price of about $250 an ounce), and if you could now sell that same property and receive $2.6 million […]