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"AN IMBALANCE BETWEEN RICH AND POOR IS THE OLDEST AND MOST FATAL AILMENT OF ALL REPUBLICS" - Plutarch (Greek philosopher)


  • U.S. Hyperinflation Warning, Part II


    98 Reads | 0 Comments | June 5, 2014

    Readers of Part I may still be somewhat confused, or at least less-than-convinced. They saw the chart showing the Federal Reserve’s (official) money-printing. It is an extreme, absurd, and totally out-of-control exponential curve: a classic representation of a hyperinflation-in-progress. They may have also delved into the references provided which indicate how/why the U.S. dollar is...


  • U.S. Hyperinflation Warning, Part I


    134 Reads | 0 Comments | June 2, 2014

    Hyperinflation (i.e. the U.S. dollar going to zero) is not a “possibility” for the U.S. economy. Rather, it is an absolute certainty. Indeed, as was clearly demonstrated in a previous commentary, the U.S. dollar is already worthless, based upon three, distinct analyses of the dollar’s fundamentals. This future destiny of the dollar is also graphically depicted, in one of...


  • New Bubble-Highs In U.S. Markets Prove No Tapering


    116 Reads | 0 Comments | May 28, 2014

    Previous commentaries have remained consistent to a central theme. The U.S. Federal Reserve would never/could never reduce its hyperinflationary money-printing, unless its intent was to detonate the myriad (fraudulent) U.S. asset-bubbles, which it was largely responsible for inflating. First readers were provided with detailed reasons (and evidence) as to why the Fed could never &ldquo...


  • U.S. Gasoline Consumption Plummets By Nearly 75%


    149 Reads | 0 Comments | May 25, 2014

    Regular readers are familiar with my narratives on the U.S. Greater Depression, and (in particular) some of the government’s own charts which depict this economic meltdown most vividly. The collapse in the “civilian participation rate” (the number of people working in the economy) and the “velocity of money” (the heart-beat of the economy) indicate an economy...


  • Lies, Inflation, and the Minimum Wage


    155 Reads | 0 Comments | May 20, 2014

    Regular readers are familiar with the Great Inflation Lie. Lying about inflation is a device of deceit which governments use to pad numerous economic statistics, since most of these statistics only have relevance/legitimacy if fully “deflated” by the (real) prevailing rate of inflation. The example with which readers are most familiar is that understating inflation can be used...


  • Deflation Propaganda: the Great Perversion


    125 Reads | 0 Comments | May 14, 2014

    By now, regular readers are familiar with my metaphor for our societies: the Wonderland Matrix. The metaphor is taken from the movie of the same name. But the adjective “Wonderland” has been added, because the movie-version of “the Matrix” was a place of rationality and normalcy, at least for all those drones plugged into it. Conversely, our “Matrix” is a...


  • Silver, Gold, and (Not Paying) Taxes


    106 Reads | 0 Comments | May 14, 2014

    Regular readers are familiar with my position on precious metals and (capital gains) taxation. Those individuals who swap their (soon-to-be-worthless) paper currencies for legal tender gold and silver coins for the purpose of spending their gold and silver currency should not/will not be exposed to any (supposed) capital gains when they spend their gold and silver. This is based on both the...


  • The Secret Silver Stockpile, Part III


    90 Reads | 0 Comments | May 14, 2014

    When Part II of this series ended, readers were left with a partial picture of the Secret Silver Stockpile. We have a base number of 1 billion ounces, taken from the work of the esteemed Ted Butler. But missing from this analysis are key pieces of data. What has been the burn-rate of this stockpile? When were the Silver Users forced to start tapping into this stockpile? These are some of...