Asset and Wealth Protection
Personal Liberty focuses on conservative Americans who understand the importance of independent thought in the quest to grow and protect their financial assets, and are seeking to achieve financial freedom.
Most conservatives believe that the re-election of President Barack Obama is going to bring dire economic circumstances over the next four years, which could possibly drive the Nation into total collapse. The belief is likely not far-fetched.
On Page 5 of your October newsletter (The Bob Livingston Letter™) you said that devaluation would take place over the weekend. How do you know this, and how will the government get around the FDIC with banks and how will they get around our Constitutional rights?
Gold prices spiked late Tuesday and early Wednesday morning following the re-election of President Barack Obama as many economists say that Federal Reserve policy will likely continue on a possible course to inflation.
The Nation’s future rests upon the hope that President Barack Obama’s leadership will somehow get better if we can chill over this result of this election. That is not much consolation except to say maybe we were doomed before this election. Also, what we do now and over the coming months will be a test for American democracy — the longest lived one in the world.
What will have to happen to make the price of gold and silver skyrocket? You had stated in the (October issue of The Bob Livingston Letter™) newsletter it was being repressed right now. Also when do you feel this will take place?
There’s a saying: When you lose the Internet, it’s like 1979; when you lose power, it’s like 1879. Technology has made steady, reliable power a necessity not only for individuals but for industry and governments as well.
What is your opinion of the Austrian Philharmonic gold coin?
I am often asked if the government could once again choose to confiscate gold from individuals. The clear answer is: yes, if the government knows you have it. Buy gold; just don’t tell anyone you have it.
A few months ago there was a report that a Japanese town recovering from last year’s tsunami-inflicted Fukushima nuclear disaster is teaming up with Toshiba Corp. to build several solar electricity plants which, combined would be Japan’s largest solar facility. But the lesson here isn’t really about how Japan has seen the light (pardon the pun) and is going to replace all its nukes with solar, geothermal and wind.
Ahead of the annual monetary policy gabfest at Jackson Hole retreat in Wyoming, members of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve have been quietly hinting that another round of stimulus or “quantitative easing” (inflationary money printing) may be on the horizon.