This Event Should Serve Notice to the Clear and Present Danger that Exists to Our Bank Accounts

Friday, November 6th, 2015

by Today, bankers all around the world are making it more and more difficult to withdraw more than $3000 or €3000 per day, and simultaneously making it impossible to pay for, in cash, any item with a price tag in excess of these levels. Though most people are not questioning why this is, this global […]

SmartKnowledgeU Emergency Podcast: July 5th Greek Referendum & Implications for Global Freedom, Gold & Silver

Sunday, July 5th, 2015

by Below, please find a special weekend emergency podcast regarding the July 5th Greek Referendum as we explain why this vote is a vote for short-term pain now and future freedom versus short-term relief now and future and continued banker enslavement for all Greek citizens. Though this is an emergency for all Greek citizens, as […]

The Argument of Bitcoins v. Gold Laid to Rest, Part I

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

Are bitcoins better than all fiat currencies? Definitely Yes. Are bitcoins better than gold and silver? Definitely No. Here’s why.

The US Should Return to Silver Coinage Immediately

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

by Below, I’ve extracted important portions of an article entitled “Silver Money for Americans” by one of my favorite authors, Hugo Salinas Price. Fiat money in the US is in an advanced stage of decomposition Fiat money in the US is in an advanced stage of decomposition and when money rots, the whole social, economic […]

Why Casinos Deserve Our Trust More Than Banks

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

by Today, our financial system is so broken that casinos have much more integrity in their business dealings than do our banks. Casinos Actually Have More Cash on Hand The largest casinos in Vegas and Macau have much more cash on hand on a daily basis than most branches of the largest banks in the […]

A Market Rally in Monopoly Money

Monday, September 21st, 2009

by When priced in US dollars, the US stock market appears to have rallied significantly since the beginning of the year, now up 18.31% since January 1st. However, since the dollar has fallen 5.82% since the beginning of the year, if we subtract the dollar decline during this same time period, the 18.31% gain drops […]

From Free Markets to Absolute Power: The Warped Views of “Bank Speak”

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

by The most valuable lesson I learned in grad school a long time ago was about how media filters prevent truth from reaching the mass population regarding a large and varied number of topics. During research for my Public Policy graduate thesis, I discovered that politicians often granted legislation misleading names or purposefully released misleading […]