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Rumors abound that new economic ties mark a step toward a new gold standard and abandonment of the US dollar. THE MONETARY REGIMES of China and Russia, two of the world’s most resource-rich nations, are drawing closer with every passing day. In the latest push for convergence, China has established…
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Two weeks ago, in December, the Bitcoin price plummeted. Within just 9.5 hours, the cryptocurrency lost more than ten percent. And eventually it dropped 17 percent on the virtual floor within 48 hours. THE POSSIBLE CAUSE: A single Japanese insider sold his bitcoins in large quantities. With his corresponding…
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AS Small Business Prices is reporting, the value of all Bitcoin in circulation has now exceeded the value of all UK Pound Sterling banknotes and coins in circulation, effectively becoming the 6th most valuable currency by this metric: “The current value of all Bitcoins ($180 billion) is greater…
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by Hadding Scott HJALMAR SCHACHT wrote after the war about his high regard for the economic policy of the first four years of Hitler’s rule, in which he had played a key role, when deficit spending was used to create jobs and increase production, without generating inflation. Schacht was critical…
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A worthless race for our worthless currency I’VE BEEN TALKING about the American Negro and its considerable failings a lot lately, mainly because for many Whites noticing the manifest inferiority of the living fossil is the first step to waking up and seeing the world as it really is. Talking…
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WHY DO central banks, which already fully control the issuance of currencies, need to bother with their own digital currencies? Well, this question is both interesting and important. To answer it, we need first to understand some basics, the Digital Currency 101: Unlike Internet banking and third-party…
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INTRODUCTORY NOTE by John I. Johnson: This is an interesting piece by Kyle Torpey about Bitcoin. I think his comparison with Tor is enlightening. I’ve added some comments of my own in square brackets because the author is using circumlocutions, is not a native English speaker, or is…
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by Kerry Bolton A FARMER in a small Russian village could have provided the key to Russia’s resurgence, and indeed to that of every state, family and individual in thrall to usury. However, the kolion has been banned as a “threat” to the rouble. Ironically, the kolion, which is designed to bypass…
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MANY PEOPLE take joy in saying Wall Street and Jewish bankers “financed Hitler.” There is plenty of documented evidence that Wall Street and Jewish bankers did indeed help finance Hitler at first, partly because it allowed the bankers to get rich (as I will describe below) and partly in order…
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by Raúl Ilargi Meijer WHO KNEW that the revolution would start with those radical Icelanders? It does, though. One Frosti Sigurjonsson, a lawmaker from the ruling Progress Party, issued a report today that suggests taking the power to create money away from commercial banks, and hand it to the central…
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