Friday, 30 October 2015
"Unless the people demand an end to the warfare state, the welfare state, and fiat money, our economy will continue to deteriorate until we are faced with a major crisis."
- Former Congressman Ron Paul, from his weekly column dated September 13, 2015
Sunday, 25 October 2015
"The Comex has been a Ponzi scheme for a great many years and what they've been playing is a shell game," says Rob Kirby. "The gold market has been rife with criminality and fraud for a great many years now. We used to think that the gold that's available is hiding under a shell and they move it around, and the day might be coming in the very near future where we turn all of the shells over and find out there's nothing."
Tuesday, 20 October 2015
Thursday, 15 October 2015
Saturday, 10 October 2015
On China, Pollock contends, “China will eventually overtake South Korea one way or the other using soft power or hard power. South Korea is the key to all the ship building of the world and the world’s naval capacity. . . . China is a land power, and the way for China to become a sea power is through Korea and southern Japan. . . . With China, it is a question of whether or not they can stay stable internally. That will be the trigger for war. As these economies unravel, the most dangerous economy to unravel is China.”
On gold and silver, Pollock says, “Initially, gold and silver will lose its liquidity; however, it will retain its value over time. You will be able to find liquidity over time. . . . Right now, you have your money in a bank, and that is giving you negative returns. Gold is not providing you with a negative return. It’s retaining its purchasing power relative to everything else. I would think gold right now is mispriced. Gold is an amazing value right now given the uncertainty. . . . This is not about the price of gold. This is about the price of liberty and who can dictate the terms and your value as a human being in a world where the value of human beings are declining.”
Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with Wall Street and financial expert Warren Pollock.
Monday, 5 October 2015