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Fiat Money Explained – Inflation Explained in Printing Fiat Money – Video

This great, illustrative 4 1/2 minute video explains the fiat money system that the world has been under since 1971 when “Tricky” Dick Nixon severed the dollar’s link to gold.  It’ s this fiat system that creates inflation and is based on inflation.  It is the inflation (digital money printing) of all currencies in the form of debt to the benefit of a few elites that have their hands on the money FIRST in the legalized counterfeiting process.  Fiat money, created out of thin air and backed by politicians’ promises,  is the principal reason why the world financial system is on the edge of a cliff.  As you listen to your favorite talk radio shows today, ask yourself why this fiat money debt/inflation system is rarely mentioned or explained.  Forget Obama, Romney, Merkel, or any other politician to solve this problem.  They benefit too much from it.

Fiat Money Explained.



Financial Crisis – is Much Worse Than It Was in 2008

Here’s an independent trader out of London and seen on the BBC.  3 1/2 minutes of financial reality for both sides of the Atlantic and truth that you’ll never see on CNBC.  The financial crisis has been and is being papered over since 2008.



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By Greg Hunter’s  

I keep hearing the so-called experts say how much better shape the banks are in now than in the last financial meltdown of 2008.  To that, I say horse hooey!  Any expert worth his salt knows that nothing has been fixed in the financial system.  The problems were papered over with fiat currency and the proverbial can kicked down the road—ting ting ting.  You will know things are truly getting better when the banks start valuing the assets on their books at what they can be sold for today, not for what they hope to get for them a couple of decades in the future.

Even with what I call government sanctioned accounting fraud, the banks are still in just as much trouble as they were in 2008, and probably more.  Lost in the cliff dive the markets took last week were the downgrades of three very big U.S. banks.  There was zero talk of downgrades in 2008, and now Moody’s has cut the debt rating of Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Citigroup.   Last week, Reuters reported, “The government is “more likely now than during the financial crisis to allow a large bank to fail should it become financially troubled,” said the rating agency, a unit of Moody’s Corp (MCO.N).  ‘This is crystallizing the fact we’re in a new political reality,’ said Jason Ware, equity analyst with Salt Lake City-based Albion Financial Group.”  (Click here for the complete Reuters story.)

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