GOLD WARS: TRUE HISTORY OF GOLD AND THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM, Vol. 16: They eat their young, don’t they. How America liquidated our own middle class.

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Journalist Greg Hunter describes the movie Crazy Rich Asians as not only being funny and clever and lovely but also instructional. In many ways analogous to China and American financial realities of today.

China has blown past the U.S. in so many ways. The Financial Times just published a piece on the future of war that described the different approaches to technological development between the East and West. It quoted a senior national security official speaking of how the U.S. has wasted years on wars in the Middle East and Afghanistan, occupied by fighting low-tech conflict against people who lob rockets out the backs of trucks, while China’s getting really busy and savvy and catching the U.S. military capabilities in almost every conceivable way. Keep on reading!

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GOLD WARS: TRUE HISTORY OF GOLD AND THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM, Vol. 15: So your biggest worry is China, correct? America needs to wake up before we’re relegated to third world status!

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We know the missing trillions of U.S. dollars from our financial system have gone to fund the global Chinese land grab, underground military bases and high speed rail systems, and maybe some kind of related “Space Force”, possibly involving Mars, the Dark Side of the Moon, and mining the rings of Saturn.

But what’s really eye-popping in this ultra eye-popping Kafkaesque reality is America financially building up Asia while China builds up militarily, land grabs the world, and appears poised to ultimately come back and buy us too. Keep on reading!

GOLD WARS: TRUE HISTORY OF GOLD AND THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM, Vol. 14: The cost of engineered secrecy on our families is enormous, but there is something we can do about it

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Since World War II we have been choking on a growing and ever pervading society of secrecy. Secrecy is engineered. It is an intentional consequence of social engineering and makes big money for certain individuals, multinational corporations, and banks.

Former Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Catherine Austin Fitts says, “A lot of the secrecy is engineered by turning classified government projects over to private corporations who then don’t have to report, don’t have to comply with the government.” Keep on reading!

GOLD WARS: TRUE HISTORY OF GOLD AND THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM, Vol. 13: Were trillions of U.S. dollars stolen from the U.S. government and used to bet against America and run two civilizations at once?

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… And this brings us back to the missing $21 trillion from the U.S. government. Could it have been stolen to use against us by arming China financially and militarily, creating a new super global power?

And is that why both the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and the Economist have made a concerted effort to sway public opinion by publishing complementary articles saying the West has got China all wrong?

Could we really be misunderstanding China’s Communist leadership’s intent, politically, militarily, and financially, around the world? Or could it be that the Economist and CFR know that we know who financed China in the first place, knowing they were mortgaging the future of U.S. domestic and global economies and our families’ ability to survive. Keep on reading!

GOLD WARS: TRUE HISTORY OF GOLD AND THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM, Vol. 12: Is China financing the rise of the Asian empire and their land empire while exporting inflation to the United States?

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The 1944 Bretton Woods Agreement established a new global monetary system. It replaced the Pound Sterling as the International Reserve Currency with the U.S. dollar, and it still maintained the Gold Standard.

Before and after the Bretton Woods Agreement, most countries followed the gold standard, which meant each country guaranteed that it would redeem currency for its value in gold.

The reason given for the U.S. dollar becoming the international reserve currency was the U.S. held three-fourths of the world’s gold supply, and no other global currency had enough gold to back it as a replacement. The U.S. dollar’s value was stated to be 1/35th of an ounce of gold. Bretton Woods allowed the world to slowly transition from the Pound Sterling to a U.S. dollar standard without anyone really understanding the significance of what was taking place. Keep on reading!

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