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Will Gold Be Part Of A New International Monetary System?

by Koos Jansen, Bullion Star:

Anyone who has been paying attention to the global economy the past years can agree with me our central bankers have conducted miserable monetary policy and have taken the insufficient measures to fight crises. All major economies have embarked in printing unprecedented quantities of money, but the only thing they bought was time. Quantitative easing on such a scale is like kicking the can determined to reach the end of the road. The future looks anything but sanguine.

Where is this going? Are our leaders truly gonna allow for the international monetary system to implode? Is there no plan B? And we are supposed to believe gold isn’t of any significance in economics?

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2 comments to Will Gold Be Part Of A New International Monetary System?

  • Ed_B

    “Where is this going? Are our leaders truly gonna allow for the international monetary system to implode? Is there no plan B?”

    Perhaps the answer lies in… “Out of chaos, order”? Sacrificing all of the world’s economies and fiat currencies for a few years in order to establish their NWO / One World Government is a no-brainer. Then know that economies can be rebuilt and that fiat systems are simple to set up. Perhaps they will even call their new currency NWO Credits? When the SHTF worldwide and their is mass starvation, disease, and civil wars everywhere, many people will see a one world government as a God-send. They will happily trade their liberty for a little safety, cleanliness,r and full bellies. They will not grasp the fact that they are only buying temporary benefits with permanent losses of freedom and liberty.

  • Max

    This is getting amusing. Financial advice from a Koos, a Mish, a Turd and a Jackass.

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