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Ron Paul: Watch Out When People Start To Distrust Our Money

| November 6, 2014 | Category: Economy
Ron Paul: Watch Out When People Start To Distrust Our Money

Ron Paul says in an interview with Global Gold: If people don’t trust us or our money anymore, we will have to tighten our belts. Once the trust is lost, the more money you print, the less the trust is going to be. Right now, they have no other place to go. They could go and beg Europe to print Euros, but they trust the dollar more. As long as they keep doing that, these insane policies will continue. I think that governments need to fold, they need to be blamed for what they are doing. Central banks need to be able to defend hard asset money, gold and silver, because it works. And yet, right now, there’s just a few of us who believe that, but I think the day will come where people will realize the truth. We have been through similar situations before.

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Ron Paul vs Paul Krugman: Who Is The True Prophet, Who Is The False?

| November 29, 2013 | Category: Economy
Ron Paul vs Paul Krugman: Who Is The True Prophet, Who Is The False?

Journalist Jeremy Hammond had the ingenious idea of contrasting the Austrian, free-market school of economics with the Keynesian, pro-government school on the recent financial crisis through a close examination of the words of two commentators: former Congressman Ron Paul, schooled in the Austrian perspective, versus the Nobel Prize–winning Keynesian and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman. The book is a must read for everyone who is serious about economics and looking for the truth.

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Ron Paul: The Ideal Global Monetary System Is One Without Government

Ron Paul: The Ideal Global Monetary System Is One Without Government

Ron Paul explains that the ideal global monetary system would be one in which the government would be out-of-the-way; markets should decide and apply the rules of ’no counterfeiting’ to the people and to the government. Today, however, the Constitution still says – even though they ignore it – that only gold and silver can be used as legal tender.

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