by Gary Christenson, Silver Seek:
US National Debt: We know the progression of debt – it increases, or it increases rapidly. Since 1913 the official US national debt has increased about 9% per year – every year. Has the economy increased 9% per year? Of course not! And that is why, in truly simple terms, prices rise. The same is largely true in the UK, Europe, and Japan. It is the same old story throughout the history of other fiat currency experiments.
Prices rise for consumer goods and for gold, stocks, and almost everything else (gasoline no longer costs 15 cents nor coffee 5 cents per cup).
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