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Will We Return To A Gold Standard Any Time Ever?

The fact that government does not back the currency with anything tangible seems implausible &d insecure. Under the current academic environment, as generations have been misinformed, deceived & lied to, it is unlikely that a return to a gold standard will take place. Until the intellectual battle is won, paper money & central banksters that manage it will continue their reign of financial terror.

Here’s What Happens When Central Banks Run Out of Ammo

Governments and central banks are arrogant to think they can solve any problem by printing and borrowing money. Their arrogance will eventually cause “the biggest banking crisis in world history.” The next downturn could further expand Fed bond holdings, but with the central banks balance sheet already exceeding $4 trillion, there are limits to how much more the Fed can buy.

A Portrait of the Classical Gold Standard

The gold standard was the one outstanding symbol of unity and economic solidarity which the nineteenth century world had developed. Under Bretton Woods (1944), the gold standard was effectively abandoned: domestic convertibility was illegal and the role of gold was very constrained in favor of the dollar.

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