Lindsey Williams: Arab Monarchies To Be Overthrown! The Dollar, 2012 and Watch China!

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Alex talks with the former Alaskan pipeline pastor and author Lindsey Williams about rising oil prices and the ongoing turmoil in the Middle East. In December, Williams told Alex that he’d learned from two retired top executives of major oil producers that the price of crude oil would rise to $150-200 per barrel. Williams warns that the global elite plan to kill the dollar and bring the once great United States to its knees and reduce it to third world status. Alex also covers the latest news from Libya to Japan and takes your calls.

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Ron Paul: The End of Dollar Hegemony

Congressman Ron Paul starts speaking at 2:00

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The End of Dollar Hegemony

by Ron Paul by Ron Paul

Before the US House of Representatives, February 15, 2006

A hundred years ago it was called “dollar diplomacy.” After World War II, and especially after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1989, that policy evolved into “dollar hegemony.” But after all these many years of great success, our dollar dominance is coming to an end. Continue reading “Ron Paul: The End of Dollar Hegemony”

Starring Ron Paul & Ed Griffin: “Fiat Empire—Why the Federal Reserve Violates the U.S. Constitution”

 

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Ron Paul really stars at 40:20 minutes into the film. Ron Paul-only excerpts, below.

“Why do rich people seem to be getting richer, while you and all your friends seem to be hardly making ends meet?

Why does a first class stamp cost you nearly 40 cents when it used to cost only 5 cents?

Should a 90% loss of purchasing power be tollerated?

Where does it end?”

– Narrator

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Inflation, I think, is a bad word, because really, we think of inflation as rising prices. But in reality, what’s happening: prices are not going up, it’s that the value of the dollar or the monetary unit is going down. …

The Federal Reserve System is the agency of a hidden tax, called inflation.”

 

Where this graph is headed is for total destruction of our monetary system. Our money will be totally worthless, and it’ll probably be reissued in the form of some international currency, which will be equally worthless. But the value to these people is that once it’s on an international basis, there’s nowhere else to go.

Right now, if you don’t like American dollars you can buy Japanese Yen. … If you don’t like that, you can move to whatever currency seems to be having a little better track record.

Once there’s an international monetary system in place, modeled completely and exactly after the Federal Reserve system—It’s exactly the same—then there’s no place else to go, folks. You’ve had it.

If we don’t turn this thing around, I think we’re going to be living in kind of a modern serfdom.”

– G. Edward Griffin

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Feds Accused of Gold-Price Manipulation—Anybody Seen Our Gold?

Jerome Corsi, writing for World Net Daily

The Wall Street Journal has agreed to publish a full-page ad in which the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee charges the U.S. government surreptitiously utilizes gold reserves to engage in international swaps and other market manipulations.

“Anybody Seen Our Gold?” is the title of the ad, which alleges U.S. gold reserves held at depositories such as Fort Knox and West Point may have been seriously depleted. GATA asserts U.S. gold reserves are being shipped overseas to settle complex transactions utilized by the Federal Reserve and the U.S. Treasury to suppress the price of the precious metal.

The objective of this manipulation is to conceal the mismanagement of the U.S. dollar so that it might retain its function as the world’s reserve currency,” the ad copy reads in a pre-publication version GATA provided to WND.

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Feds accused of gold-price manipulation

Jerome Corsi, World Net Daily

The Wall Street Journal has agreed to publish a full-page ad in which the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee charges the U.S. government surreptitiously utilizes gold reserves to engage in international swaps and other market manipulations.

“Anybody Seen Our Gold?” is the title of the ad, which alleges U.S. gold reserves held at depositories such as Fort Knox and West Point may have been seriously depleted. GATA asserts U.S. gold reserves are being shipped overseas to settle complex transactions utilized by the Federal Reserve and the U.S. Treasury to suppress the price of the precious metal.

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Gold hits record high after Bernanke announced rate cuts that will increase inflation

NEW YORK (AP) – Gold soared to a record high Thursday after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke pledged to cut interest rates, undermining the dollar and boosting demand for the metal as a safe investment.

Other precious metals traded mixed, and agricultural futures fell.

Bernanke said the central bank was ready to act aggressively to prevent the economy, weakened by turmoil in the housing and credit markets, from sliding into a recession.

Some economists predict the Fed will slash its key interest rate by a half percentage point it meets Jan. 29-30. Others expect a more modest quarter percentage point cut, in light of high energy prices and inflation worries.

An ounce of gold for February delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange jumped to $897.30, a fresh high, before easing back to $892.80, up $11.10.

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Ron Paul on Inflation: Every time new dollars are printed…your income & savings are worth less

Every time new dollars are printed and the money supply increases,
your income and savings are worth less.
Even as you save for retirement, the Fed is working against you.

Inflation is nothing more than
government counterfeiting by the Fed printing presses.

– U.S. Congressman Ron Paul

What do Rising Gold Prices Mean?

December 5, 2005

The market price for an ounce of gold rose to over $500 last week, a significant milestone for economists watching precious metals and commodities markets. The last time gold topped $500 was December 1987, in the wake of the “Black Monday” stock market collapse earlier that fall.

Gold prices historically rise when faith in paper currencies erodes, as investors seek the intrinsic value of gold to protect themselves from inflation. It’s interesting to note that while the U.S. dollar has regained some of its value relative to other paper currencies like the Euro, it continues to lose value relative to gold and other hard assets. This shows the folly of using one fiat currency to value another.

Gold is history’s oldest and most stable currency. Central bankers and politicians don’t want a gold-backed currency system, because it denies them the power to create money out of thin air. Governments by their very nature want to expand, whether to finance military intervention abroad or a welfare state at home. Expansion costs money, and politicians don’t want spending limited to the amounts they can tax or borrow. This is precisely why central banks now manage all of the world’s major currencies.

Yet while politicians favor central bank control of money, history and the laws of economics are on the side of gold. Even though central banks try to mask their inflationary policies and suppress the price of gold by surreptitiously selling it, the gold markets always cut through the smokescreen eventually. Rising gold prices like we see today historically signify trouble for paper currencies, and the dollar is no exception.

President Nixon finally severed the last tenuous links between the dollar and gold in 1971. Since 1971, the Federal Reserve and U.S. Treasury have employed a pure fiat money system, meaning government can create money whenever it decrees simply by printing more dollars. The “value” of each newly minted dollar is determined by the faith of the public, the money supply, and the financial markets. In other words, fiat dollars have no intrinsic value.

What does this mean for you and your family? Since your dollars have no intrinsic value, they are subject to currency market fluctuations and ruinous government policies, especially Fed inflationary policies. Every time new dollars are printed and the money supply increases, your income and savings are worth less. Even as you save for retirement, the Fed is working against you. Inflation is nothing more than government counterfeiting by the Fed printing presses.