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Ranting Andy – The Economy System Has Reached A Tobacco Moment


Ranting Andy joined us today for his weekly rant. He believes that there is no finer investment than silver, which will outperform even Apple in the long run. The System has lost all credibility, much as the Tobacco Industry did in the 1990′s, when it became clear that they would be paying out billions in damage verdicts. So too with Liborgate, the financial industry’s potential Waterloo. The propaganda is wearing thin. Nobody believes that recovery is just around the corner. No one believes that happy days are here again. Rather, everyone is shaking their heads wondering how to protect themselves. And that’s perhaps the best reason why silver is the investment of the future.


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2 comments to Ranting Andy – The Economy System Has Reached A Tobacco Moment

  • Ed_B

    Anyone who has looked at the price of a pack of smokes lately is keenly aware that the so-called “tobacco moment” mentioned in this interview was, in reality, the moment at which the tobacco companies realized that their addicted customers would be willing to “cough up” virtually any amount of money required of them to feed their habit. By doing this, the tobacco companies have rather adroitly gotten their customers to pay for their own self harm via smoking. The people passing laws and making agreements to enable this sham have all been neatly hood-winked into thinking that the tobacco companies are paying these vast sums of money. They aren’t… but their addicted customers sure are! In the annals of corporate screw-jobs, this is probably one of the greatest of all time.

  • Anon

    The ‘FED’ isn’t going away anytime soon, UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION, NOW!

    HR 459 passed by an overwhelming majority in the House, by a vote of 327-98!
    Now, this bill (S.202) needs a vote in the Senate!



    End the Fed! Whether Congress Wants Us To or Not!

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