Keep cash on hand?

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Dear Bob,

Do you still recommend having cash on hand in view of the coming collapse of the dollar? Will there be an interim period to use paper, or will there be an immediate collapse?

Do you recommend having copper coins on hand?

We have read about forced inoculations for H1N1 coming this fall. Is this true?

Info regarding alternative medicine:
My husband was diagnosed with early stages Parkinson’s disease about 1.5 years ago. He is on medication, which is helping some. But in other ways, he was getting worse. Three weeks ago, we started an alternative treatment: IV glutathione… a total of 6 injections so far. He is using a hyperbaric oxygen chamber for one hour each day. Amazing changes! He looks and feels good, and the tremor in hand has vanished! He will continue oxygen for another four weeks, and he has been told glutathione will be ongoing. Hopefully, he will work up to once a month or better.

Thank you for your response.

Appreciate you,
Linda Pennington

Dear Linda,

First, glad to hear of your husband’s improvement. It’s amazing that mainstream medicine refuses to embrace alternative treatments when they demonstrate such excellent results.

Yes, I recommend having one to three months’ cash on hand. The collapse won’t be immediate, but will occur over time. For a period of that time, I anticipate most, if not all, banks closing while the fiat money is devalued. So that cash on hand will be invaluable.

I’m not sure what copper coins you are referring to. Today’s supposed copper coins, like the U.S. penny, contain only traces of copper. If they were truly copper, they would have value. Silver and gold are what you should hold. I believe junk silver (pre-1964 silver coins) will come back into use. They are valuable for their silver content and the fact that they look like our currency and people are familiar with them.

Regarding forced H1N1 inoculations: I have not heard that from any reliable source. However, note that during the past H1N1 scare, there were some State agencies that required teachers and healthcare professionals to become vaccinated or give up their jobs. There were court cases dealing with those, but I am not sure if they have been adjudicated yet.

Best wishes,

Bob

Bob Livingston

founder of Personal Liberty Digest™, is an ultra-conservative American author and editor of The Bob Livingston Letter™, in circulation since 1969. Bob has devoted much of his life to research and the quest for truth on a variety of subjects. Bob specializes in health issues such as nutritional supplements and alternatives to drugs, as well as issues of privacy (both personal and financial), asset protection and the preservation of freedom.