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“Crazy – A Story of Debt” by Grant Williams

from TF Metals Report:

Our friend, Grant Williams, produced this new video last month for publication on his excellent service “RealVision TV”. It’s now publicly available and it’s a MUST WATCH, particularly with today’s FOMC minutes and Friday’s pending BLSBS sparking again all of the ridiculous “rate hike” nonsense.

This production is simply tremendous and we are all indebted to Grant for the time and effort it took for him to produce it. Please watch it and then forward the link at least once. Toward the end, be sure to note that this was originally published three weeks ago and then check to see what has happened to global interest rates in the time since.

As we discuss here almost daily, the global Central Bankers have doomed us all to a fate of economic collapse. We call this The End of The Great Keynesian Experiment. This tremendous new video lays it all bare for everyone to see.


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1 comment to “Crazy – A Story of Debt” by Grant Williams


    Metal is not money. Money’s true nature is law. It is misdirection to not talk about the truth of things.

    Metal as money came into being in the temples, when people tithed their jewelry. The Temple priests would do long distance trading with metal by weight (melted jewelry). Said Temples would trade goods made by Widows and Orphans, and their ledger would have numbers satisfied with metal by weight.

    The weight of a gold coin is about the amount of barley grains that can fit easily in the palm of your hand. The original temple ledgers were in barley weight. This is how “grains” of gold came into being, as the gold coin relates to grains of barley on a balance scale.

    When the priests created something that was external to their ledger, they didn’t understand that usury would cause something “sterile” to distort humanity. Previously ledger debts could be consummated by real productivity from nature, such as more chickens, more barley, etc. If the crops didn’t come in, the Temple would forgive these sort of “goods” debts.

    Most of monetary history is confused about exchange rate differences between metals, clipping of metals, etc. There is additional confusion about “private credit” that rides on top of the metal. The debt instrument that came from nothing, then claims the metal during debt depressions.

    Only a proper money system that channels the right type of money, and limits its volume to the needs of commerce, can work to distribute and allocate prices.

    History has already rendered its verdict, metal is a false standard.

    That “private bank credit” is also a false standard, does not automatically make metal some sort of panacea.

    Keep metal as a hedge, as savings – that is fine. However, it is terrible as a transaction medium.

    At the first moment of instability, metals “non- rusting” nature makes it go off and hide. Then the makers of goods and services must sell their “rusting” wares for cheap, or even free. This is usury, pure and simple, a power relation – where creditor is over debtor. Creditor then extracts a tithe from debtor in the form of prices. My precious – I must not release it for its true value.

    Exchanging debt servitude for metal servitude is not a good deal. It is no accident that our favorite tribal friends ran a usury game for centuries in their east west caravan routes. They took the rate difference in metals (silver vs gold) secretly in their caravan trade.

    The ancient gold hoards they amassed are still around, and they will do well if it is monetized again. The Cabala crowd is spreading their hypnotic trance, to continue their ancient con game. It is these same people who invented the Credit as money system, especially after they lost their east/west metal game.

    (Vasco de Gama’s discovery of the Southern Route was devastating to the overland caravan trade, and is why the Portuguese got so rich so quick. They would unload metals and spices in Amsterdamn. Our devious Sephardic friends invented stock market capital and credit as money at this location and time.)

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