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United States Government Now Has Less Than Two Months to Raise the National Debt Ceiling to Avoid Bankruptcy

United States Government Now Has Less Than Two Months to Raise the National Debt Ceiling to Avoid Bankruptcy

WITH every passing day, the national debt of the United States Government continues to grow. The current level of debt the United States Government owes stands at over $16.24 trillion. President Obama, during his 2008 campaign, criticized former President Bush for allowing the national debt to grow to $11 trillion,…

Why You Need to Protect Your Wealth With Gold

Why You Need to Protect Your Wealth With Gold

Over the last 100 years, inflation has eroded the value of almost all goods and services. In fact, in 1963 the value of $100.00 USD was around $14 in 2010. This equates to an 86% decrease in the value of the USD. On the other hand, the price of gold since 1951…

What Could be Bought Using the American National Debt?

What Could be Bought Using the American National Debt?

The current level of American national debt is $15.8 Trillion and rising. This equates to an average of $51,000 of debt per American citizen. To put this level of debt into perspective, the average American income is $49,777. Internationally, government debt has become an increasing burden for millions and millions…

Why the Gold Standard Is An Alternative to Fiat Currency

Why the Gold Standard Is An Alternative to Fiat Currency

The fiat currency that we are all forced to use to pay for goods and services has inherent flaws that will eventually lead to the collapse of the entire global financial system. Fiat currency is supported by globalist bankers, the government and most central banks as a means of paying…

China-Japan Currency Deal Points Way to a New World Monetary Order

China-Japan Currency Deal Points Way to a New World Monetary Order

The agreement announced between China and Japan to strengthen financial ties and promote yuan-yen trade is a small, but notable, step toward a new global economy. Its immediate practical significance is limited, yet the deal signals that a deeper transformation is under way — and one that the world should welcome. The…