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A Simple Solution to the World’s Debt Problem16 min read

Comments (6)
  1. Bob says:

    Great. Canada has less than a ton of gold on hand. We used to have 1000 tons. But hey, we do owe about 1.3 trillion. Austerity for plebs, junkets for Wynne, Notley,Trudeau and company. Next stop: UN protectorate paying annual carbon tribute to crooked overlords. Enjoy servitude kanuckleheads.

  2. Jameske says:

    Do you mean gold bail out as with Rickards view, that gold could be revalued in an attempt to solve the growing debt problem?

  3. Joe Bugger says:

    Way too much verbiage for me.
    How about: “Buy silver and gold, now”.
    OK, gottit.
    thanx
    joe

  4. Ronald Schumacher says:

    First, let me say that I truly enjoy reading your thought provocative articles.
    In response to the New World Currency question, I believe it was somewhat misleading in how it was worded. If you want to know what “should” happen, my response would be not a whole lot. The USD drops from .419 to .4173 as a percentage of the magical SDR. I doubt that a drop of .0017 is enough to sink the country. Now, if you want to know what “will” happen, my response is “exactly what the deep state wants to happen”; an eventual one world government, one world currency (or payment mechanism) and a one world leadership council. FYI, with regards to a previous article, I purchased my property in Novs Scotia 25 years ago. Better early than late, I guess.

  5. petronius says:

    I have followed your splendid comments and analyses for several years, and I simply want to say thank you.
    Sincerely,
    Pete

  6. noIMspartacus says:

    “Not even the IMF has the funds to bail out the central banks.” LMAO!!!! it never did! and if it wasn’t for the “greek crisis” scam used as the “weakest link” in the EU to help bail out the banksters and save the IMF from collapse, it wouldn’t even have enough to buy that bimbo a cappuccino!

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