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Interview with Karen Hudes: Systemic Bankster Corruption

August 20, 2014

… and How the 99% Will Overcome It

Noted:
* Benjamin Fulford – August 18, 2014: The Benjamin Fulford X files
* Reflections on the Pentagon: A 9/11 photographic review
* Kevin Annett: ITCCS takes down Satanic sacrifice. Exposes Cargill, Sinclair Oil, Bishop, McGill

“Our current monetary system (legal tender currency) is used to enslave and control us.” – Karen Hudes

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  1. flyer168 permalink

    “Interview with Karen Hudes: Systemic Bankster Corruption”

    Ewoon ,

    Yes indeed.

    Benjamin Franklin said there were only two things certain in life – death and taxes.

    The dollar you held in your pocket in 1971 buys only 18 cents worth of goods today.

    Also to share this…

    Keiser Report: Gold Theft in America (E433) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrZsA9TLhh0
    Gold Gone?

    Germany baffled as Fed bars access to bullion – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyemAwLD2N0

    Keiser Report: Welcome Home German Gold (E395) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lnslMWhOTw

    ‘Dollar valueless, about to crash’ – World Bank whistleblower – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hgA9j-4dB0

    FDR’s Gold Confiscation, 80 Years On – http://dailyreckoning.com/fdrs-gold-confiscation-80-years-on/

    “…Whereas today central banks can simply create the Dollars or Pounds necessary to do this, under the Gold Standard that was not possible.

    So Roosevelt instead confiscated gold and changed its price, the aim being to raise prices in the economy even though there was no additional gold to back the quantity of currency.

    The situation that we have today is very different to that faced by Roosevelt in 1933. Gold is not the foundation of the world’s monetary system. Few people own gold — compared to (for example) real estate and regular financial assets.

    They also tend to own it in ways that make it relatively inaccessible to governments. The gains to a government from confiscating people’s gold would be much, much smaller than those that accrued to FDR.

    Nonetheless, one can never say never. In our opinion, a good way to own gold is directly (i.e. not through a trust), in allocated physical form, and offshore, in a place with a strong tradition for protecting international investors’ property.

    This makes it a harder target for confiscation by your government, and one that could risk upsetting other countries for relatively little reward.

    Regards,

    Ben Traynor
    for The Daily Reckoning” – unquote.

    You be the judge.

    Shalom.

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