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Our Financial Markets Are ALL Connected, NONE Will Be Spared — The Deviant Investor

from SGT

Gary Christenson of The Deviant Investor joins the podcast to discuss the impending economic collapse of the US economy and the demise of the Dollar.

Quoting a recent blog entry by Bill Holter, Christenson says, “What we have coming is a collapse of everything we have worked for and everything we’ve built and saved over our lifetimes and that of our ancestors.”

Gary’s empirical model for precious metals suggests a $10,000 price for gold by 2021 and that’s IF the Dollar doesn’t collapse by that time and IF we don’t hit hyperinflation first. In those two scenarios the price for gold could easily rise orders of magnitude higher than $10,000 per ounce when priced is Dollars.

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26 comments to Our Financial Markets Are ALL Connected, NONE Will Be Spared — The Deviant Investor

  • Eric

    Yep. The majority are still completely asleep and in COMPLETE DENIAL!!! They haven’t thought this all the way through to completion. They haven’t done enough work. Mostly the work they need to do on themselves. Even the very bright intelligent and knowledgeable among us are still waaaay too confident and willfully ignorant. People just don’t know enough to know that they just don’t know enough. They just don’t get that the debt is always increasing and never decreasing and it can only be paid with more dollars which must be created out of nothing and LOANED into existence WITH INTEREST!!!

    “Paper money returns to its intrinsic value. zero.” -Voltaire

    Chris Mack writes:

    According to a study of 775 fiat currencies by, there is no historical precedence for a fiat currency that has succeeded in holding its value. Twenty percent failed through hyperinflation, 21% were destroyed by war, 12% destroyed by independence, 24% were monetarily reformed, and 23% are still in circulation approaching one of the other outcomes.

    The average life expectancy for a fiat currency is 27 years, with the shortest life span being one month. Founded in 1694, the British pound Sterling is the oldest fiat currency in existence. At a ripe old age of 317 years it must be considered a highly successful fiat currency. However, success is relative. The British pound was defined as 12 ounces of silver, so it’s worth less than 1/200 or 0.5% of its original value. In other words, the most successful long standing currency in existence has lost 99.5% of its value.

    Good interview!

  • Timco

    Great info on fiat currency Eric. In fact, it should be required learning for our schools.

  • Rusticus

    Monetary Standards, regardless of how seemingly benevolent or benign, are Slavery. It’s a Government decree to FORCE you to interact with other human beings on only the Government’s terms. Thus it stands that the Gold Standard, too, is a form of serfdom.

    Let’s do a simple thought experiment. How much gold do “We the People” own? How much gold do “They” own? Which of these two groups would control a Gold Standard paradigm? C’mon, think hard, now.

    Eustace Mullins, the ORIGINAL Federal Reserve researcher, tried to warn us of the “Gold Standard Bait and Switch”:

    …until Griffin and the Austrian School (financed by the Rockefellers) crashed onto the scene to promote gold as the ONLY monetary solution to our woes, an Inconvenient Truth that Mises Institute goons like Tom Woods fail, much to their chagrin, to sweep under the rug.

    • Johan

      What could you propose as an alternative? If you want a system of intrinsic value then yes the ‘rich’ owns the stuff. But atleast a system of intrinsic value is fair once it’s implemented.

      • Rusticus

        “But atleast a system of intrinsic value is fair once it’s implemented.”
        All things being equal, the system of intrinsic value would be fair. But all things are not equal. Being successful in this criminal, illusionary paper paradigm, in fact, buys you far more “intrinsic value” than being a good, honest, moral human being. “The System” has been set up this way by design, and every proposed “solution” that belies a Standard of some kind is merely the transition from one control grid to the next.

        I reference Eustace Mullins’ “The Federal Reserve and its Secrets” because it describes the utter failure of the very intrinsic value system you are recommending. 1900 marked the end of the Free Silver movement with the successful implementation of the Gold Standard in America by the Eastern Establishment. “Sound money,” in the Misesian/Austrian sense, had been achieved. Private banks, in turn, began to issue bank notes as “Gold Certificates,” and it didn’t take long until people began using these bank notes as cash. The banks, of course, printed far more gold notes than bullion on hand, which culminated in the Panics of 1907 and 1910. Catastrophic bank runs ensued.

        An Austrian would say that this was a healthy process, that the failed banks would be replaced by sounder ones, and the consumers who lost out would be more savvy next time. In an “ideal world,” this would’ve been the case. Reality, however, tells us that EVERY SINGLE ONE of the bullion banks engaged in this malfeasance were owned by the Anglo-American Establishment. The devaluation was by intent. The same Anglo-American Establishment used their press and politicians to scream for “monetary reform,” the result of which was the Federal Reserve Act of 1913, originally tasked simply with printing “Gold Certificates” with the Full Faith and Credit of America as opposed to “private profiteers.” Problem, Reaction, Solution.

        They’re running the same monetary Hegelian Dialectic today, only this time in reverse. The results will be even more disastrous in the present, as today’s “Solution” will be a truly globalized system.

        As Bruce Lee once said, I propose the “Style of No Style,” or in this case, “The Standard of No Standard.” Learning to value things locally as opposed to engineered scarcity. “An Agorist Primer” by Samuel Edward Konkin III is a wonderful introduction to a Standardless Society, if you’re interested:

        (As an aside, Konkin was run out of the Mises Institute after an intellectual split with Murray Rothbard, as Konkin proposed an anti-political solution devoid of Standards, whereas Rothbard viewed the State with tacit acceptance and desired the return of a Gold Standard, the very same Gold Standard that was not originally a tenet of Austrian Economics; its founder, Carl Menger, never mentions it. This is a Misesian addendum, the same Mises who was bankrolled by the Rockefellers, the same Rockefellers who were involved in the Gold Standard of 1900, the same Rockefellers who were, in part, behind the Fed, the same Rockefellers who “opened” China in the 70s and have built her up since then, among many other things… are you pickin’ up what I’m puttin’ down, friend?)

      • glitter 1

        TPTB have as their long held goal of a totally Cashless System.The technology exists,they have been incrementally moving their monetary system in that direction,Everyone is use to/comfortable with utilizing electronic transactions(read:credit/debit cards) and now onto smart phone transactions.
        My brother delivers pizza and now has an App on his smart phone for the customer to use a card to pay for their delivered food.RFID Chips are not far away,implemented for safety,identity theft prevention of course!The Sheeple will Lap It Up without giving it a second thought.

        Nick Rockefeller to Aaron Russo in 2006:

        David Rockefeller 2014 – “We need to institute a cashless system by 2016”

        Do we need any additional evidence of what their intent is!
        They will crash/bring down the Entire Global Financial System,what emerges as a result is not that great of a mystery.

    • Eric

      You have a point Rusticus but they have given us plenty of time to figure it out and stack and prepare. I always think in terms of gold now, not dollars. The real value is in the human labor that goes into it, whatever it is….but the problem is the debt being forced upon us. People really gotta look at themselves more and at others less. Something has to give sooner or later. Bitcoin wasn’t even around a few years ago. Exciting time to be alive for sure.

      • Rusticus

        Indeed, Eric, debt/usury is Problemo Numero Uno. You’ll find no argument from me on that one, friend. Nor can I disagree with your assessment of this point in time, with its fascinating (and frightening) advancements.

        But as a student of history, I can only observe that so long as we continue solely valuing the monetary standards which we are given, whether they are shiny or fiat, digital or analog, we will remain under “their” control. Monetary systems swing from fiat to physical, and each time the pendulum swings, we lose more of our Individuality. More of our Autonomy. More of our Humanity. I simply think it naiive to imagine that this latest transition will bring anything new.

        • Eric

          Nope. The change has to come from the people and it has to come from an individual consciousness/awareness. I’m pretty sure we’re at least several hundred if not thousands of years away from reaching any meaningful positive change in consciousness. Just going through a shift right now. A ripple in time. A transition from one paradigm to the next. I’m confident in gold as a solid way of transferring my wealth into the new system whatever it looks like, but it doesn’t appear as if everyone is going to wake up suddenly and realize what money really is and how this system actually works. So enjoy the freak show and prepare. It’s just a ride.

          Brawndos got what plants crave. It’s got electrolytes!

  • Thanks Sean, SGT, and Gary Christenson for a great discussion. Always helps to hear sane people in this insane world.

  • Allen

    These interviews are getting highly repetitive. The phrase ‘preaching to the choir’ comes to mind. Is it not possible to start having some guests on that actually disagree with the popular narrative on this site? — we might learn something new.

  • Eric

    Hey check it out. They have mcdonalds in jerusalem too. I bet jacob secretly hits up the dollar menu daily then comes on here to bash us while he pounds down a mcfalafel and a big miami! I hope they’re kosher.

    • Jacobson

      1. The last time I ate McShit was 10 years ago.
      2. McDonalds isn’t Kosher.
      3. McDonalds owner in Israel has boycotted the west bank and the israelis boycotted this evil company as a response.
      4. It’s not only the junkfood, it’s the way people eat it: only americans are eating in their cars – there’s no culinary culture in u.s.a – you’ll never see the chinses eating in cars.
      5. I see that you enjoy the new video option boy.
      6. I can bring hundreds of videos of arab-muslims attacking jews with knives, stones and rifles. I can also bring hundreds of videos of poor christian in the middle east.
      7. Dunken Dunats, Burger King, Subway, Cinnabon, Wendeys, and many more – they all collapsed in Israel – simply beacuse we eat real food, in a real way.

      The rot always comes from inside:
      You put a rotten food into your body and it will collapse,
      And these rotten people will bring the collapse of the country.
      Good luck !

  • Gnostic

    Gary Christenson is wise to make a long term collapse prediction on 2021, if it happens sooner he will not lose credibility like many have whose prediction dates have come & gone..


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