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The Coming Currency Reset

As many of you know, our money is worth ZERO, as it is backed by nothing.

The government and the central banks continue to create more and more money from thin air, with no end in sight.

In the last 100 years, the value of the dollar has lost 95% of its purchasing power. Money that has been slowly stolen from all of us and transferred as debt to the bankers and their friends. The entire globe is now ensnared in this dangerous game, with no end apparent.



Informative Video

I enjoy Stefan Molyneux YouTube Channel and in this video he has Lynette Zang, who had some really good factual information about the World's financial system and some things I actually did not know. In any case, it was an interesting video to watch.

https://youtu.be/N6cWp7soeMc

The things that I like about her advice; take care of food, water, security and then your money. A message that we all echo on this board daily.

With one ounce U.S. Silver selling today (06/22/2019) for around $18.00 an ounce, even the poorest among us can afford to buy one or two per pay day. Over time, this could end up being a considerable sum.



A Good Time to Start

With the Gold to Silver ratio of 80 ounces of Silver equaling 1 ounce of Gold, this might be a good opportunity to start today.

https://www.rmegold.com/blog/trading...-silver-ratio/

The majority of Americans have little or no savings, most are in debt, up to their eyeballs. For the average American, an unexpected $400 expense, means they have to either sell something to raise the money or charge it, going further into debt. These people can't even think about precious metals or even prepping, for the most part.

My best friend, who owns his own home (but pays a mortgage), has a wife who works and has a good job himself, ran into this last week. His car needed $600 in tires and he wanted to wait, so he could pay cash, but ended up having to charge it now, as the steel belts were starting to show. He says, he will pay off the debt, come pay day and maybe he will. Many Americans do not pay off their cards immediately or ever.




Democrats = Free


There is a reason that all of the Democratic Presidential candidates are advocating Trillions in new spending and I suspect the reason is to keep the debt train rolling for as long as they can, postponing the inevitable.

To a normal person, looking at all of the current unfunded debt, in the U.S. and Globally, advocating spending even more seems insane. However if you take from the perspective of a Heroin Addict, it now makes perfect sense.

This also explains the Democrats' strong push for more failed Gun Control, as they and the rest of the deep state are worried about their personal safety, when the end game finally comes to the forefront.



Not News for All - News for Some

President Trump's proposed 2020 Budget is a record $4.746 trillion. The U.S. government estimates it will receive $3.645 trillion in revenue. That creates a $1.101 trillion deficit for October 1, 2019, through September 30, 2020.

Total U.S. National Debt = $22 Trillion Dollars ($5.1 Trillion is Social Security Debt.)

Total U.S. Mortgage Debt = $9 Trillion Dollars

Total U.S. Non-Financial Business Debt = $6.4 Trillion Dollars

Non-Mortgage Consumer Debt is siting around $4 Trillion Dollars and includes credit card debt, Student Loan Debt of $ 1.3 Trillion Dollars and Auto Loan Debt of around $1.1 Trillion Dollars

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Financ...ncial_business

The financial position of the United States includes assets of at least $269.6 trillion (1576% of GDP) and debts of $145.8 trillion (852% of GDP) to produce a net worth of at least $123.8 trillion (723% of GDP)[a] as of Q1 2014.

The U.S. increased the ratio of public and private debt from 152% GDP in 1980 to peak at 296% GDP in 2008, before falling to 279% GDP by Q2 2011. The 2009-2011 decline was due to foreclosures and increased rates of household saving. There were significant declines in debt to GDP in each sector except the government, which ran large deficits to offset deleveraging or debt reduction in other sectors.

As of 2009, there was $50.7 trillion of debt owed by US households, businesses, and governments, representing more than 3.5 times the annual gross domestic product of the United States. As of the first quarter of 2010, domestic financial assets totaled $131 trillion and domestic financial liabilities $106 trillion. Tangible assets in 2008 (such as real estate and equipment) for selected sectors totaled an additional $56.3 trillion.


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Just a s footnote, Texas has created its own gold depository and is removing its gold from the fed, to be stored in Texas. We'll have our own fort Knox and not be accountable to the fed..
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currency has always been a bit of a joke.. if you have nothing to base a currency on, then its only worth what people say it is worth and if people one day woke up in the morning and decided they would place value in something else, the entirety of all the world economies would collapse overnight and the people in power would lose everything (which is why theyre so paranoid over crypto)

at some point you have to realize, the bankers, government, globalists who do all of these things only have the power to do so because the people place faith in their system
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The USD is worth exactly what you can buy anything for sale with it. Money is the mode of exchange of goods and services. A thousand years before Christ Cowrie shells were used as money. There was never a state of relative parity when gold, silver, and copper were all used for differing valuations of accounting, change and exchange.

Based on the OP logic in 1979 it took $2,000 to buy an ounce of gold. Today it takes only $1,400 to buy an ounce of gold. That makes the USD 30% more valuable today than it was in 1979.

This thread is nothing more than another con.
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of course, currency constantly devaluing means you can stuff $1,000 in your mattress today, and 10 years from now it may only be worth the equivalent of $750.. what happened to the value of your stockpiled reward for your labor?.. it's in the pocket of bankers now, and they didn't even have to step one foot into your home to take it
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of course, currency constantly devaluing means you can stuff $1,000 in your mattress today, and 10 years from now it may only be worth the equivalent of $750.. what happened to the value of your stockpiled reward for your labor?.. it's in the pocket of bankers now, and they didn't even have to step one foot into your home to take it
Money's job is not to store value. Its job is the help you exchange things you value. It is up to you to pick thing that will appreciate.

The "store of value" misunderstanding comes from the fact that money must have a relative store of value. A hundred pennies must be worth one dollar and a five dollar bill must be worth 5 one dollar bills at all times.

90% silver US dollars are a good example they are worth exactly paper dollar today as money, about $14 in silver content and more in terms of its collection value.

Its value as money has been relatively stored. Its value in terms of silver has appreciated and its value in terms of form has appreciated even more.

This has been how money has worked since man started using something more portable than barter.
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The pictures accompanying the thread make no sense and are unnecessary. It looks like a cut and paste job to sell an overpriced PDF comprised of regurgitated internet bloggery.
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The pictures accompanying the thread make no sense and are unnecessary. It looks like a cut and paste job to sell an overpriced PDF comprised of regurgitated internet bloggery.
All part of the con.
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Yeah, this is just spam from someone shilling a product. Pyramid scheme maybe?
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The Coming Currency Reset

As many of you know, our money is worth ZERO, as it is backed by nothing.

The government and the central banks continue to create more and more money from thin air, with no end in sight.

In the last 100 years, the value of the dollar has lost 95% of its purchasing power.
Probably more of an economic discussion than SHTF discussion... But how do you figure?

For $100, or a couple grams of gold, or even by minimum wage standards of hours, you can have virtually anything in the world. Of those things there was none of it back when you are referencing the 95% decline in valuation.

100 years ago, how much money would it cost to have someone cook a steak for you, serve you, clean up? That can be had for $40 at your local applebees... How about having someone bring food to your house? And, don't even start on electronics. My $100 smart phone phone replaced $1000's of dollars of equipment.
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The OP is on point about many things...is it a scam of sorts? Don't know.......but there were some things that got me thinking, so I would give it thumbs up as a post. Buyer beware though as always.......
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The USD is worth exactly what you can buy anything for sale with it. Money is the mode of exchange of goods and services. A thousand years before Christ Cowrie shells were used as money. There was never a state of relative parity when gold, silver, and copper were all used for differing valuations of accounting, change and exchange.

Based on the OP logic in 1979 it took $2,000 to buy an ounce of gold. Today it takes only $1,400 to buy an ounce of gold. That makes the USD 30% more valuable today than it was in 1979.

This thread is nothing more than another con.
Well, I'm not sure what the "Con" is supposed to be. Unless you believe that owning some physical silver and/or Gold is foolish. Provided you have all your other preps in-place, I don't see a problem with owning real physical precious metals.

Note: I'm not in the Gold/Silver Business or work in investments, etc. Just a regular wage earner here, looking for answers. Frankly, I don't care what you buy or don't. Invest in dry beans or cannabis, I don't care. But I am interested in facts that support a contrary point of view.

Now you brought up a very good point.


Not sure where you v=came up with this price?, "Based on the OP logic in 1979 it took $2,000 to buy an ounce of gold The highest London fix I could find was around $455 an ounce, in 1979 with the fix breaking $1,000 in 2009. But for the sake of argument, we will go with your number. Maybe you can tell us where the $2,000 number came from?

How could Gold sell for $2,000 (or $455) in 1979 and only $1,400 today. Surely, that means that the dollar is worth more than it was. Let's think about that, what has changed???

I would submit to you, that the rise of "paper gold" is one of the main culprits. The notional value of daily paper gold trading is around $125.3 Billion Dollars per day, given a dollar gold price of $1200 /oz. That calculation is based on the equivalent of 3,248 tons of paper gold being traded daily. Annualized, we get the ballpark figure of $30 Trillion Dollars in total trade volume.

Compare that with the value of physical gold in the world, which equals 170 tons. Given a dollar gold price of $1200 /oz, all physical (above-the-ground) gold in the world has a value of $6.5 trillion.

The actual value of all gold ever mined is around $6.5 Trillion Dollars and includes the Gold in your Computer and around your wife's necklace, etc. Which are not easily traded.

Now one could argue, that this makes sense, as its easy to trade paper than to store and ship physical gold, therefore this makes it easier to trade. But what are you actually trading and what do you actually own, a piece of paper or an electronic receipt. How is this different than paper money or an electronic ledger sheet, that states value.

What does this paper market do to the price of physical gold? Does it have an effect? Does it suppress the price of real gold or does it make it more valuable. What makes owning paper gold different than the promise that your dollars have real value?

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How is this different than Derivatives which are valued at $700 Trillion dollars or 10 times the size of the world's economy? If anyone wants to argue that this is not a paper game, to enrich a select few, I'm all ears. How can anyone offer trading material that is worth 10 times the amount of all the world's economies put together? If I did that, a jail cell would be my new home, without a doubt.


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The other factor that may account for the rise of the price of Gold in 1979, was a guy named Jimmy Carter, who said we would be all out of oil by now. He also presided over 11.35% inflation and a mortgage prime interest rates of 12.9%, reaching a peak of 17.6% in 1982 (Carter was gone, but his damage continued), before falling today's 4.14% prime rate.

A lot of regular folks lost a tremendous amount of confidence in the currency and the stock markets in 1979. Therefore precious metal investing was very popular, especially South African Gold Krugerrands. People who never owned Gold coins were lining up to hedge their bets and protect themselves.

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On Ebay for only $2.99, you can be a "Trillionaire". Official, genuine government currency. What could ever go wrong?
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Not sure where you v=came up with this price?, "Based on the OP logic in 1979 it took $2,000 to buy an ounce of gold The highest London fix I could find was around $455 an ounce, in 1979 with the fix breaking $1,000 in 2009. But for the sake of argument, we will go with your number. Maybe you can tell us where the $2,000 number came from?

How could Gold sell for $2,000 (or $455) in 1979 and only $1,400 today. Surely, that means that the dollar is worth more than it was. Let's think about that, what has changed???
https://www.macrotrends.net/1333/his...100-year-chart
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Google how much gold in the world. 190,000 Metric Tons.

So, OP, what should I be doing now?
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Is it time to panic yet?

Should we be panicking?

Is it time to now to panic?

When should we be panicking?
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Should we be panicking?

Is it time to now to panic?

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LOL the panic button pushers have been hammering on the button since the John Birch Society.
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The Coming Currency Reset

As many of you know, our money is worth ZERO, as it is backed by nothing.

The government and the central banks continue to create more and more money from thin air, with no end in sight.

In the last 100 years, the value of the dollar has lost 95% of its purchasing power. Money that has been slowly stolen from all of us and transferred as debt to the bankers and their friends. The entire globe is now ensnared in this dangerous game, with no end apparent.



Informative Video

I enjoy Stefan Molyneux YouTube Channel and in this video he has Lynette Zang, who had some really good factual information about the World's financial system and some things I actually did not know. In any case, it was an interesting video to watch.

https://youtu.be/N6cWp7soeMc

The things that I like about her advice; take care of food, water, security and then your money. A message that we all echo on this board daily.

With one ounce U.S. Silver selling today (06/22/2019) for around $18.00 an ounce, even the poorest among us can afford to buy one or two per pay day. Over time, this could end up being a considerable sum.



A Good Time to Start

With the Gold to Silver ratio of 80 ounces of Silver equaling 1 ounce of Gold, this might be a good opportunity to start today.

https://www.rmegold.com/blog/trading...-silver-ratio/

The majority of Americans have little or no savings, most are in debt, up to their eyeballs. For the average American, an unexpected $400 expense, means they have to either sell something to raise the money or charge it, going further into debt. These people can't even think about precious metals or even prepping, for the most part.

My best friend, who owns his own home (but pays a mortgage), has a wife who works and has a good job himself, ran into this last week. His car needed $600 in tires and he wanted to wait, so he could pay cash, but ended up having to charge it now, as the steel belts were starting to show. He says, he will pay off the debt, come pay day and maybe he will. Many Americans do not pay off their cards immediately or ever.




Democrats = Free


There is a reason that all of the Democratic Presidential candidates are advocating Trillions in new spending and I suspect the reason is to keep the debt train rolling for as long as they can, postponing the inevitable.

To a normal person, looking at all of the current unfunded debt, in the U.S. and Globally, advocating spending even more seems insane. However if you take from the perspective of a Heroin Addict, it now makes perfect sense.

This also explains the Democrats' strong push for more failed Gun Control, as they and the rest of the deep state are worried about their personal safety, when the end game finally comes to the forefront.



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President Trump's proposed 2020 Budget is a record $4.746 trillion. The U.S. government estimates it will receive $3.645 trillion in revenue. That creates a $1.101 trillion deficit for October 1, 2019, through September 30, 2020.

Total U.S. National Debt = $22 Trillion Dollars ($5.1 Trillion is Social Security Debt.)

Total U.S. Mortgage Debt = $9 Trillion Dollars

Total U.S. Non-Financial Business Debt = $6.4 Trillion Dollars

Non-Mortgage Consumer Debt is siting around $4 Trillion Dollars and includes credit card debt, Student Loan Debt of $ 1.3 Trillion Dollars and Auto Loan Debt of around $1.1 Trillion Dollars

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Financ...ncial_business

The financial position of the United States includes assets of at least $269.6 trillion (1576% of GDP) and debts of $145.8 trillion (852% of GDP) to produce a net worth of at least $123.8 trillion (723% of GDP)[a] as of Q1 2014.

The U.S. increased the ratio of public and private debt from 152% GDP in 1980 to peak at 296% GDP in 2008, before falling to 279% GDP by Q2 2011. The 2009-2011 decline was due to foreclosures and increased rates of household saving. There were significant declines in debt to GDP in each sector except the government, which ran large deficits to offset deleveraging or debt reduction in other sectors.

As of 2009, there was $50.7 trillion of debt owed by US households, businesses, and governments, representing more than 3.5 times the annual gross domestic product of the United States. As of the first quarter of 2010, domestic financial assets totaled $131 trillion and domestic financial liabilities $106 trillion. Tangible assets in 2008 (such as real estate and equipment) for selected sectors totaled an additional $56.3 trillion.


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Last year an article caught my eye. The Rothschilds Family is liquidating all US assets, selling off all their US operations and investments. This year I noticed a story from the EU, that the Rothschilds are selling off many of their collections through exclusive auctions. It seems they are preparing for something bad and moving into gold and other forms of wealth protection. Yah so I have to agree that something very big is coming down the trail. I am not advocating anything other than passing on an observation. https://cointelegraph.com/news/roths...encies-bitcoin
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Today 99% of the stories about the Rothschilds Family is pure mythology.
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I'm looking forward to about 5 years from now, should be pretty set.
Now I need to figure out how to process literal tons of fopd....
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OK, OK, OK. I will stop laughing.
Few, if any Americans know anything about American “money.” I was pig ignorant until I bothered to read the law. [see: 12 USC sec. 411]

FYI, a note is a debt instrument and is not “backed” by anything. And, by law, a note is NOT “money” (real or otherwise).
OK.
Since 1933, no “money” has been in circulation, by law. (Which explains why transactions are now subject to an excise tax.)

Pursuant to 12 USC Sec. 411, the government is borrowing credit, at usury, and using it as “legal tender.”
(An obligated party on a note, worthless or not, must accept their own note as tender in payment of debt. Can you guess how 320 million “contributors” became liable parties on the Gubmint’s debt? Involves an account with a 9 digit number.)

I’ll keep this short - remember “Soylent Green?” Plug in “Dollar bills are people.”
That’s a close approximation.
Guess what happens if a large portion of the human collateral “walks away?” (I.e., Cancelling FICA accounts)
The public debt (of which the notes are part of) is under collateralized. Think “upside down” mortgage. Billionaires become zero-aires overnight. (Their paper wealth is no longer legal tender. And if you coined all the gold allegedly in Ft Knox, it's only 2.9 billion dollars... around $9 per capita.)

It’s true that the current system is impossible to sustain and is heading for a gigantic collapse. It’s equally true that any viable remedy that we, the sheeple, take, will only hasten that collapse. That’s the rest of the story.

Will the republican form survive the collapse of the "post constitution" socialist democratic government?
That's the proverbial $64,000 question.

It only took me 20+ years of research to find the republican form, hidden in plain sight.
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