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Gold standard the final solution globally

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News Date: February 7, 2021

Precious metals have been a safe haven all throughout human history, and that is especially true during highly inflationary times.
If we continue destroying the U.S. dollar at our current pace, toilet paper will eventually be more valuable than U.S. dollars.
Gold Could Offer a Way out of Switzerland Failing Inflationist Experiment.
Switzerland could break with the globally pervasive regulations which suppress the potential of gold to develop fully as a nonstate money. Swiss banks, already expert at servicing gold deposit accounts for their clients, would get permission to establish a clearinghouse in Zurich for settling transactions between themselves in the yellow metal (in, say, kilogram gold bars deliverable in Switzerland), thereby facilitating direct payments in gold by their clients for goods or assets without having to pass through the US dollar.
The World Gold Council announced, on Sunday, that the central banks possession of gold increased.
It is noteworthy that the World Gold Council, which is headquartered in the United Kingdom, has extensive experience and deep knowledge of the factors causing market change and its members consist of the largest and most advanced gold mining companies in the world.
Sources: search4dinar.wordpress.com, mises.org

India Is Mulling Rupee-Ruble Payments System

India is discussing how to set up a rupee-ruble payment mechanism to enable it to trade with Russia, to circumvent the U.S. sanctions regime.
During the last several months, several considerations have prompted the Modi government to rethink the wisdom of putting all its eggs in the U.S. basket.
Instead, India is returning to a more balanced approach, assessing its national interests vis-a-vis those of other countries and acting accordingly.
To Be Non-Aligned on Russia Policy Implies India Finding Trade Workaround.
Source: nakedcapitalism.com

G-20 Plans Extraordinary Meeting to Discuss Debt Relief

Finance ministers and central bankers from the worlds largest economies plan to hold an extraordinary meeting on November 13 to discuss bolder action to help poor nations struggling to repay their debts.
The meeting could mark the next phase in the global debt-relief drive-by bolstering coordination between government creditors over how to restructure the debts of poor economies hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
Sources: finance.yahoo.com

Congressional Sound Money Caucus

As you can see, the supply of dollars has gone up dramatically, really since the gold standard ended in 1971. It is a gradual slope.
But if you see since the recession, it has been aggressive. And then, obviously, here, this year, it has been nearly vertical.
The value of the dollar is critical. That is the store of value for all Americans.
According to Congressman Davidson's office, the caucus exists to promote sound fiscal and monetary policy in the United States with the goal of preserving the purchasing power of the U.S. Federal Reserve Note.
Source:www.congress.gov

The silence of the Stock Market Crash

The stock market rally has its days counted and the substantial drops seen over the past few weeks suggest that the catalyst for an epic crash is rising inflation.
The tech sector has already witnessed some sharp losses, but right before the market closed on Friday, the meltdown was becoming more widespread.
For a long time now, analysts, experts, economists, and investors have been sounding the alarm about an explosive and sudden stock market crash that would wipe out billions in earnings overnight.
And even though the collapse of the bubble has already started, we're still hearing silence.
Source: youtube.com

White House lit in Gold. Think 50 Year Anniversary

The White House was lit in Gold on October 8 night.
From 1946 to 1971, nations operated under a new monetary system: the Bretton Woods Agreement.
On August 15, 1971, Nixon removed gold as the backing to the U.S. dollar.
After Nixon left the Bretton Woods system, gold went from $35 an ounce in 1971 to over $1800 today.
Sources: catalyst.independent.org

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