IMF Has Competition
The biggest emerging markets are uniting to tackle currency volatility with plans to set up financial institutions that do the job that the World Bank and Fed-dictated IMF were supposed to do. The leaders of the so-called BRICS nations — Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa — are set to approve the establishment of a new development bank. After seeing the crimes in Cyprus, those plans are most likely on a fast track by now. Speaking of Cyprus…
Quiet Withdrawels from Cyprus
Even though the Cyprus banks are closed, huge amounts of cash have been withdrawn from the local financial system. It may be that Russian billionaire oligrachs have used the one week hiatus period of total chaos in the banking system to transfer the bulk of the cash out of the system. The stealth withdrawals by Russians of course means that the two Cyprus megabanks are now utterly drained of capital.
Do You Have Enough Silver?
Please watch this video to see if you have enough silver. I like the premise that if it takes you two trips to your car to load your silver, then you may have enough silver. So, after preparing, keep stacking physical.
Bitcoins Have Competition
Please watch this video on the emerging competition of Bitcoin and how this competition could be very bad for digital currencies.
60 Ways U.S. Government is Wasting Money
Here are a few…
1. 27 million dollars to teach Moroccans how to design and make pottery.
2. 300,000 dollars to encourage Americans to eat caviar.
3. 15 million dollars to help Russian weapons institutes recruit nuclear scientists.
4. 750,000 dollars on a new soccer field for detainees held at Guantanamo Bay.
7 Perfect Survival Foods
4. Berries… Even wolf berries.
5. Barley… You know, Oats.
6. Seaweed… Easy to find in a desert like the seventh item…
Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest. Good Day!
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