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Globalism, combined with increasing nuclear proliferation, has led to tremendous political and economic instability.  Globalism is like a Roman galley ship in which all of the slaves (nations) are chained together, so that a local disaster will trigger universal destruction.

Any one of the following crises would result in a dramatic decline if not a complete meltdown in the stock markets of the world.

1)  Iran attacks Israel (with or without nuclear weapons).

2)  Israel attacks Iran’s nuclear arsenal.

3)  The Iran/Israeli conflict develops into a wider war in the Middle East

4)  Major acts of biological, chemical or nuclear terrorism occur in the United States.

5)  One of the major European economies or financial markets implodes.

6)  The Chinese economy collapses.

7)  The U.S. Dollar loses its status as the world’s reserve currency.

8)  Controlled inflation becomes much less controlled or becomes out of control.

9)  Pakistan attacks India with nuclear weapons.

And, if all that isn’t enough risk for you, consider that there is a financial oligarchy which is largely in control of the world’s economy.  In the United States, five banks hold $8.5 trillion in assets, equal to 56% of the entire U.S. economy (up from 43% in 2006).

All major systems of human activity (energy, banking, health care, education, media, internet, government, etc.) are increasingly controlled by the same people.

This self-styled “elite” intends to create a world government by creating economic and political mayhem in order to introduce more and more political, economic and monetary collectivization.

There is no “gone fishin’” investment plan any more.  Traditional investing has become a harrowing experience as your retirement nest egg is smashed again and again by political, economic and monetary crises.

Today there is too much risk in investing a sizeable portion of your liquid net worth in the stock and bond market.  It is time to replace risky investments and endangered income streams.

Make a personal declaration of independence from an increasingly unstable Central Authority.  Become local, vocal and self-sufficient.  Alternative investing is local investing.  Learn more by getting my free report at

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The key to our prosperity is nearby.  In a word, it is … local.  The key does not reside in a Central Authority, be it a national government, central bank or world government.

The increasing centralization of life, orchestrated by an increasingly bloated and wasteful government, is a failed model.

During the twentieth century, increasing centralization reached a point of diminishing returns.  There is no doubt that we need a centrally coordinated postal system, military, weights and measures system, copyright and trademark laws, etc.  However, the events of 2008 and the resulting Great Global Recession show too clearly that the world’s economies and financial systems are becoming increasingly fragile and unstable.

Nonetheless, central banks and the governments they control continue to lobby for a global government, economy and currency.  I guess if something’s not working, the remedy is to introduce it on a larger scale.

There was a time when the state of Georgia used to be able to act politically and economically without negatively impacting South Carolina or Alabama.  But the sovereignty and power of the states have been gutted.  Georgia is just another administrative outpost of the federal government, like the counties are to the various states.

Throughout American history, there have been tens of thousands of bank failures, but almost none of them affected the banking system as a whole.  These banks were largely private, decentralized and independent, and the risk of their incompetence and misdeeds was compartmentalized.

2008 showed us that banking compartmentalization no longer exists.  Today the taxes of the American people insure that these banks are too big to fail.

The stock markets of the various nations have also have been largely compartmentalized throughout history.  When Japan experienced its worst depression during the 1990s, America experienced one of its greatest bull markets.

Today the markets of the world are unstable because they are unified.  Every scrap of news from tiny Greece, for example, creates extreme volatility in New York.

If one sizeable economy implodes, all of the financial markets of the world will crash in tandem.  The American stock exchange would resemble the Hindenburg.

So, reduce the size of your usual investment position in the stock and bond market.  If there is a depression, it could be a very long time before you recover your losses, and corporations and municipalities are increasingly defaulting on the bonds they gave you in return for the loan of your money.  Get my free report at to learn more.

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It’s Not the Money, Stupid!  It’s the Stupid Money!

Some things are a drag on your health, like bad food and water, too much alcohol and too little exercise, etc.  But if you break a thermometer in half and drink the mercury, your health is going to take a serious dive.

There are a lot of things that are a drag on our economy, like spending too much, spending on the wrong things, and corruption.  However, the main thing that has our economy headed for total systemic collapse is our toxic money.  Our money is toxic for several reasons.

1) It has no substance.  It doesn’t really exist because it is created out of thin air, thanks to the miracle of fractional reserve banking.  It could be called NOTMONEY.

2) Any interest paid or collateral seized for failure to repay NOTMONEY is based on the loan of … nothing, and is therefore fraudulent.

3) NOTMONEY has no inherent value and is not a store of value, like constitutionally mandated gold and silver.

4) When NOTMONEY is created, a debt is incurred.  A debt to whom?  To the banks which create NOTMONEY, the Federal Reserve or any bank in the Federal Reserve System (i.e., all banks).  Come to think of it, NOTMONEY could also be called DEBTMONEY.

5) DEBTMONEY was the primary cause of all seven depressions in American history.  It is also the main cause of America’s great recession and Europe’s debt crisis.   However, it is not necessary to create money out of debt.  A National Debt is therefore completely avoidable.

The history of warfare began with fists and sticks and stones and evolved into knives, firearms and bombs, and then into nuclear weapons.

However, the downside of traditional warfare is that it destroys much of the wealth that is targeted.  Also, those who wield the weapons are identified as an “enemy,” and they are opposed.

Modern warfare is waged by those who control a nation’s monetary system.  These people and their monetary weapons of mass destruction are not opposed but embraced by the nation’s citizenry, like the Greeks’ great wooden horse was embraced by the city of Troy.

One of my heroes is Edwin Vieira, America’s foremost monetary authority.  Edwin once described our predicament in this manner:  “Monte,” he said, “our economy is like a car and its wheels are America’s money.  However, these wheels are eight-sided instead of round.  Amazingly, the vehicle can travel down the road, but the ride is so rough that it will eventually shake the economy to pieces.  Our economy, like the Titanic, is fatally wounded.  We are past the point of no return.”

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Since it is impossible to predict which kind of inflation we will predominate in the future, it is best to be prepared for both currency inflation and credit inflation (the latter inevitably results in stock market crashes) so that you can make ongoing corrections in your portfolio as reality unfolds.

Subscribe to The No History, No Liberty Newsletter to get the latest updates on this important issue.  Below are some of my recommendations as of June of 2012.

Accumulate cash.  A strong cash position (25-30%) would enable you to take advantage of opportunities to buy assets at historically cheap prices when all markets eventually and inevitably collapse.   As you approach that day, increase your cash position accordingly.  Also, I recommend having enough folding money to service debt and pay expenses for a year.

Buy Bonds.  Also, it would be wise to buy some very short term U.S., Australian, Singapore and Swiss government bonds, which could be rolled over to take advantage of much higher interest rates.  How much of your liquid assets should you invest in this manner?  However much you feel comfortable with.

Avoid Real Estate.  Real estate is a thing, whose value will plummet along with every other thing in a hyper-deflation, as seen in the stock market crash of 2008.  Avoid all real estate investments right now and try to own your home free and clear.  If you are now renting, continue to do so.

An exception is rental real estate on which you are dependent for income, as home ownership declines, the demand for rental property will increase.

Look Forward.  You can buy anything that you want for pennies on the dollar after the crash.  A deflationist’s manifesto is:  “Raise cash now to preserve your purchasing power for the shopping spree.”

So what should you do?  Before you make a crucial error in judgment, subscribe to my “No History, No Liberty” Newsletter or at least read my FREE REPORT, “The 7 Mistakes Investors Will Make in the New Economy,” available here.

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Tsunami after tsunami of money and credit is being created.  When the money supply increases, stock markets usually rise.

More significantly, the central banks of the world seem to be dedicated to creating a bull market in stocks.  The Bank of Israel, for example, is dollar HYPERINFLATION & DOLLAR DEVALUATION  investing $7.5 billion (about 10% of its foreign reserves) in the U.S. stock market.  Also, about 10% of Swiss reserves are invested in shares.

However, before you get all excited, you must understand the relationship between stocks and the underlying currency.  Most shares increase in price but not in value (in purchasing power) because bull markets are largely a reflection of inflation, and inflation is largely the result of dollar devaluation.  When the value of the dollar goes down the price of assets goes up.

Inflation and the Stock Market

The economic history of the twentieth century is the story of inflation (which occasionally becomes a “hyperinflation.”)   As a result of inflation, the purchasing power of the dollar has declined 97 per cent since the Federal Reserve.  [One of the purposes of creating the Fed was to … maintain the purchasing power of the dollar.]  This is called dollar devaluation.  In other words, the dollar is dying.

The effects of inflation on the American economy and finance are undeniable.   The only real question is:  “How will it affect the stock market?”  According to economist and creator of The Elliott Wave Theory, Robert Prechter,

“One of the biggest scams ever perpetrated is the idea that the stock market has made people rich over the past 80 years.  Almost the entire gain in the Dow is due to debasement of the currency.”

Two Kinds of Inflation

To know the fate of today’s stock market, it is important to know that there are two kinds of inflation.  There is currency inflation, and there is credit inflation.

The effects of each kind of inflation on the stock market are very different.  As I describe in my book, Monetary Terrorism, one kind of inflation results in crashes, like the dot com crash and the crashes of 2008.   The other kind of inflation doesn’t crash.  During one kind of inflation, the dollar is king and gold is trash.  The other kind of inflation produces dollar devaluation, while gold takes off like a Roman candle.

The best known currency inflation in a major country in the twentieth century occurred in Germany in the 1920’s, caused by printing too much money.  The inflation was so severe that it was known as a “hyperinflation.”  In a currency hyperinflation, gold is king and cash is “trash” because currency becomes increasingly worthless.  It is said that a robber once stole a wheelbarrow full of German marks, and then dumped the marks because he really wanted the wheelbarrow.  The money had no value, BUT the German stock market retained its earnings.

For more information on the planned death of the dollar and its replacement with an international currency, please read my FREE REPORT, “The 7 Mistakes Investors Will Make in the New Economy,” available at

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The biggest obstacle to a global government, economy or currency has been the strength and independence of the United States of America.  Forbigstock Profit 1267606 300x196 THE AMERICAN UNION & THE AMERO over 200 years America has been the gorilla in the global chimp cage.  The solution?  Weaken the gorilla.  Turn it into a great big chimpanzee.

The first phase of this strategy was to weaken the (now) fifty States.  The power of the formerly sovereign American States has been eroded to the point that they are simply administrative outposts of a federal government.  When California, New York and New Jersey got into financial trouble recently, they immediately ran to Daddy.  That is also the case with the seventeen formerly sovereign States of Europe which have merged economically and politically into the European Union.

One of two currencies will replace the dollar.  Both of them are international currencies. The first candidate is a global currency, the SDR (the “Special Drawing Right”) issued by the International Monetary Fund.

The second candidate to replace the dollar is a regional currency.  The bankers want to create a United States of North America (the American Union), just like they created a United States of Europe with its own common currency, the euro.  As described in my book, Monetary Terrorism, the plan is to merge Canada, the U.S. and Mexico politically and to create a common currency called the “amero.”

But that’s not all!  This campaign for an American Union and the amero has its counterparts in the African and Asian Union movements, each with its own currency, the afro (I kid you not) and the asio.  Recently, the proposed leader of the African Union was Moamar Gadhafi . . . until he was deposed.

You will be amazed how many monetary union movements there are in the world.  Just Google the key words.  Start with the American Union or the amero.  Then search for, say, “South American monetary union” or “Middle Eastern monetary union.”  Pick any region of the world.

The movement to admit Puerto Rico as our 51st state is clearly a prelude to an American Union.  Then it’s only a small jump to ask “What about Mexico?”  Once regional currencies are established, it’s a short step to a global currency.

Remedy:  Since the dollar is doomed, invest in currencies and assets which will rise as the dollar falls. For more information please read my FREE REPORT, “The 7 Mistakes Investors Will Make in the New Economy,” available at

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An investor usually invests “money.”  Money usually takes the form of a specific currency, the dollar, for example.

But what if you invested dollars, then all of a sudden your investment was suddenly changed by government to euros?  Wouldn’t you feel a bit images A GLOBAL CURRENCY FOR AMERICAnervous and insecure?

What if your investment suddenly became denominated in a global currency? Well, the money-changers are gearing up to do just that.  They are changing your money from U.S. dollars to … something else.

Fresh money!!  America will soon have a new currency!  Will the dollar be changed to a global currency?

The head money changer is the Federal Reserve.

It is clear that the creation of the Fed in 1913 was engineered by a foreign banking dynasty dominated by the Rothschild family which was the absolute master of world banking.  The Fed was then, and is today, simply a branch office of a unified global bank.

During World War I, the German Rothschilds financed the German war effort through the Reichbank, the British Rothschilds financed the British war effort through the Bank of England, and the French Rothschilds financed the French war effort through the Bank of France.  In the United States our Federal Reserve, created by Rothschild agents, was able to finance the American war effort by becoming operational three days before the outbreak of hostilities.  Just a coincidence?  No way!

So, a hundred years ago, progress toward the creation of a world bank was already well advanced.  In fact, the rise of communism was a godsend to the international banks who played off capitalism against communism, communism against democracy, democracy against monarchy and monarchy against fascism, profiting from seven decades of war and economic mayhem that resulted in 100 million battlefield casualties, the bloodiest and most destructive century in human history.  Indeed, the international bankers were instrumental in the very creation of these movements and wars.

There is no reason to believe that international banking has become less monolithic.  A serious student of history, money and banking is driven by the evidence to conclude that there is such a great degree of cooperation/consolidation in the international banking community that the world’s central banks make up an international banking cartel which is a perfect reflection of the banking cartel which exists in each country.

Just as each central bank is owned by the largest member banks in each country, a de facto single world central bank (the Bank for International Settlements) is owned and controlled by the central banks of the major countries.

These banks have no significant loyalty to the countries for which their branch offices are named.  This is why it is unrealistic to consider the Fed as being the independent central bank of the United States. The Fed is simply just a branch office of a global bank.

The secret de facto world central bank is made up of the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the Bank for International Settlements.  These three arms control the world’s money supply and the expansion and contraction of credit.

The world’s central bankers have said many times that their goal is the creation of a global currency.  National currencies are doomed, and your investment plan should reflect that.

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