THE REAL WORLD OF MONEY
Andrew Gause may just be the top man anywhere for the highest quality analysis into the world of money we all live in. Andrew is a currency historian, an internationally recognized expert on the United States monetary system. He’s written two books, “The Secret World of Money” and “Uncle Sam Cooks the Books”. You can order these books as well as speak to Andrew personally. As a One Radio Network listener, you’ll have highest priority in his phone time. His # is 800.468.2646
-How the boys ran the first central bank – the Bank of the United States.
-President Trump visited the Pope. The Vatican has power to coin its own Euro money (within limits) – i.e. can mint Vatican Euro coins, which are recognized as Euros. The Vatican benefits from tourists taking those coins home “as a souvenir” and not spending them. Pope opposed to Brexit – it’s not in the Vatican’s financial interest. Imagine how much money amasses from all Catholics tithing 10% over the years.
-James Comey goes way back with the Clintons. Pardoned Marc Rich, got into DOJ, Lockheed Martin executive while H. Clinton was Secretary of State; they got deals, Clinton Foundation got donations. Shady dealings while at HSBC, back to DOJ, whitewashed Loretta Lynch/Clinton encounter. See sordid details at http://operationdisclosure.blogspot.com/2017/05/trump-dropping-hammer-on-comey.html We should be grateful for Russia to revealing to us what a potential president is like.
-Long-standing Bush-Clinton alliance. Read “Family of Secrets”.
-Historical pattern – the US removes other countries’ leaders, puts in their chosen puppets, and makes deals with those men.
-Shores of Tripoli. Our ships were being pirated off the Barbary Coast, so Jefferson sent the Marines in. Used the military to protect civilian interests on foreign lands.
-Wonderful Japanese roads. The money Japanese companies make in the US is taxed in Japan. They get the benefit. Once we started on free trade, profits made here are transferred to foreign corporations, which are exempt from taxation in the US.
-Giving bond-making authority to foreign corporations, and they make the money to create US infrastructure like NJ toll roads. Why can’t we do it ourselves?
-What did Trump give the Saudis? Their humans rights affronts are legendary, but we say nothing to them.
-US household debt of $12.7 trillion surpasses what it was in 2008. But average household is in far better shape than the nation.
-Bill being introduced allowing borrowers to cancel student debt. Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Sallie Mae make money with mortgage-backed securities, give it to their friends, and then we bail them out when they’re no longer making money. Government Sponsored Enterprises.
-Secretary of Treasury Steve Mnuchin is a Skull and Bones man. Was a Yalie. Used to work for Goldman Sachs. Alexander Hamilton thought people were too stupid to take care of their own affairs. Needed a ruling elite, i.e. the Illuminati, to tell them what to do.
-60% of US national debt is due and payable in 5 years or less. Mnuchin wants to stretch out the debt to reduce the deficit.
-Areas of proposed cuts to the budget: Food aid – questionable if our food aid actually goes to food. $4 billion development assistance grants to foreign countries. National Investment Program. Star Wars. NASA. Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Corporation for Community Service. Legal Services Corporation. National Endowment for Arts. Private commissions. $37 billion on rent assistance.
-Love affair with Israel is with the money guys and Hollywood.
-Black Rock and other behemoth financial firms are getting into annuities programs. Their fixed rate of return sounds good today, but coming inflation surge will guarantee that rate of return won’t keep pace with inflation. Don’t buy an annuity. Don’t be a financier of real estate. Don’t buy corporate bonds, don’t buy indexed funds. Count on technology to make us more efficient, so invest in disruptive technology. Trump is pushing Made in America – promising for domestic manufacturers. Fixed supply assets, such as artwork, gold and silver numismatic coins.
-In 1980, supply of money was $1 trillion. Today it’s $25 trillion plus. Counter-party risk is hiding a lot of inflation, which will be exposed as we become aware of the amount of leverage in the system.
-How much is the cabal of Big Pharma, AMA, USDA, Monsanto, Archer Daniel Midland worth? How much do we spend on vaccinations?
-Wall Street Journal had same picture, same story, totally different headlines on papers sold in different part of the country. “Trump Softens His Tone” vs. “Trump Talks Tough On The Wall”. The second headline was for a later edition and reflected events happening during that day.
-Trump can’t just replace the generals and expect the military to do what he tells them to do. It’s the sergeants that run the show.
-Colostrum is helping settle Andy’s life-long stomach problems.
-What is our military interest in the Middle East? US is now energy sufficient. Iraq wants to take their oil back from the “7 Sisters” oil companies. People that own the federal reserve own the oil companies. Interlocking directorships among the major corporations. The gov says it’s about democracy, but it’s really greed.
-Mark Carney, governor of Bank of England, former Goldman Sachs boy, seen at the White House. Proven record of managing crises. Is he in line for the Federal Reserve chair?
-Costs $16 now to cross over George Washington Bridge each way, $8.50 to cross the Triborough Bridge each way, vs. trip to LaGuardia airport cost $1 in 1980. Bridges run by a government sponsored enterprise responsible for operations and tolls.
-How should a Californian invest $800,000? Guess what, Andy recommends buying $600,000 of numismatic coins.
-California looking at single-payer healthcare, financed by an additional 15% payroll tax.
-Is Bitcoin a good investment? Andy isn’t interested unless he can hold one in his hand. Bitcoin’s all based on faith. Andy says physical possession should be the basis of intergenerational transfer. The boys can undermine cryptocurrency when they want.
-Is David Stockman right? We are on the precipice of a major financial event. Turbulence in Noble Group Limited, a physical commodities trader.
-Ask Andy for 3 CDs on “What Is Money?”. Call SDL at 800-468-2646 and say you’re a ORN listener.
Andrew Gause and The Real World of Money, May 24, 2017, HOUR ONE
Andrew Gause and The Real World of Money, May 24, 2017, HOUR TWO