Trump is seriously considering a capital gains tax cut
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Donald Trump is considering a capital gains tax cut in an effort to create more jobs.
- We are looking at also considering a capital gains tax cut, which would create a lot more jobs, said Trump Monday during a White House news conference.
Governments hate goldDo governments hate gold? The short answer is Yes.
Governments hate gold because they cannot print it, and it is difficult for them to control.
Because they cannot print it or easily control it, gold has little use to them during the never-ending schemes to tax and then redistribute wealth.
Legal tender laws mean that all taxes must be paid in fiat currency, not gold or silver (held in physical form).
Nothing but sponsored fiat currencies issued by the government is acceptable to pay debts and taxes.
The Nilar Gold Currency, the key to African developmentFiat money damages African economies and lives.
A common African gold currency, a long-held vision that many Africans still hold, is a way to effectively achieve monetary and thus economic independence.
Why Nilar? The Nile is Africa's and the world's longest river.
Zimbabwe, an unstable and inflationary economy, has finally made the sound decision to introduce gold coins to solve the persistent problem of rampant inflation.
Also, a multipolar world is inevitable and may be approaching.
Africa should not remain underdeveloped and dominated in that world. The nilar is the key.
Author: Manuel Tacanho is founder of Afridom, a sound money based digital banking startup for Europe and Africa.
Trump Purges 11 Leading Advisors From Defense Policy BoardSeveral members of the top federal advisory committee to the U.S. Department of Defense have been suddenly pushed out, multiple U.S. officials told Foreign Policy, in what appears to be the outgoing Trump administrations parting shot at scions of the foreign-policy establishment.
The directive removes 11 high-profile advisors from the Defense Policy Board, including former Secretaries of State Henry Kissinger and Madeleine Albright; retired Adm. Gary Roughead, who served as chief of naval operations; and a onetime ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, Jane Harman. Rudy De Leon, a former chief operating officer at the Pentagon once considered by then-Defense Secretary James Mattis for a high-level policy role, will also be ousted.
Sources: twitter.com, foreignpolicy.com
A new global financial systemAn economist predicts the emergence of a new global financial system.
The Russian economist, Anton Tabagh, said that the current system of monetary relations and trade settlements has been in crisis for a long time, but the recent geopolitical events may take another dimension and form.
The economist expressed confidence that the new system is in the process of taking shape.
Central banks gold reserves switchThe central banks are increasingly concerned about inflation, and the major ones start giving out signals that they won't let inflation run too hot, even if it means slower growth.
In commodities, the upside potential in gold is more than just a safe haven hedge, as the rising geopolitical tensions and the latest sanctions imposed on the Russian central bank will bring the central banks around the world to reconsider their FX holdings, and start shifting towards a nationless gold.