Fiat Paper Money Regime—Something Most Cannot Understand
December 31, 2008 by Bob Livingston
A fiat paper money regime always becomes autocratic or fascist toward the last days of its existence. This is the time when the State makes war on its own people. Most never know it because it is not announced, but hidden in propaganda within such terms as "for the common good."
An unlimited supply of paper money buys sophisticated arms that create fear and the propaganda to manipulate the people against their personal freedom and best interest.
Fiat paper money is tyranny or becomes tyranny. It guarantees criminal government.
Paper money, personal freedom and privacy are incompatible. Paper money builds centralized power in the State and diminishes the individual. This is the first cause of all you see happening. All modern wars are paper money wars. Paper money pays the politicians their lavish profligacy and they keep their mouths shut about the fiat system. (All except Ron Paul). All the tyrants in modern history did their dirty work with paper money.
The tsunami comes and most poor uninformed people don’t have an umbrella. This is the year to store food and buy silver. And don’t ask where to store your silver!
I suggest you buy U.S. silver coins dated before 1964 as they are 90 percent silver. You can get dimes, quarters and halves. Please don’t ask the dealer for a few coins. He will have to charge you postage so try to get at least half a bag. Half a bag is $500 face amount or face value. Get the money somewhere!
Why am I writing about silver? Because most of you have let gold pass you by.
From Howard Ruff’s new book, How to Prosper During The Coming Bad Years In The 21st Century we quote: "Take immediate measures to safeguard your assets before it becomes too late, due to sudden (bank/government) restrictions on cash withdrawals, wire transfer limitations, the loss or recall of credit facilities, frozen fund redemptions, foreign exchange controls, etc."
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