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
-Helicopter Ben Bernanke, former Federal Reserve Chairman, goes to Japan to explain how helicopter money works
-In musical chairs when the music stops everyone grabs a char. The financial music is slowing, do you have a chair?
-There’s only four trillion of the 14 trillion people have saved in the banks, in the banks.
-The FED is monetizing debt solely to keep the whole thing from “crashing”
-A history lesson on Iraq and how Saddam fell out of favor with The Boys
-A listener takes us back to the early 1900s for the rest of the story
-How what’s going on today financially is 10 times worse than the Lehman event in 2008
-How ‘they” called in the gold in 1933 and who benefited
-We talk about the chart below and what the Central Banks goals are
-Comment from a listener:I’m a supply chain major at CSU, so in many ways I’m learning the fine art of outsourcing our jobs to places like Mexico, India, China etc. But I’m also learning that these practices are essential in keeping a company competitive in today’s world, because of cumbersome stateside regulations and lack thereof in foreign countries. I am a strong Trump supporter and listening to many guest speakers from many top companies it is clear to me that they would prefer to source locally, as it cuts down on a lot of difficult problems. Problems like having accurate forecasting of demand with lead times of sometimes months for over seas transport. The immense beurocratic costs of importing which only seems to support the bureaucratic system. Etc etc.
At any rate it has become clear to me that the world is NOT flat in the sense that economic equality is coming to the world. Much like the finance people profit from volatility. The globalists profit from the inequality of nations. Its in their interest to keep planned economy (communist) countries in poverty.
So getting off my soap box now, I’d like to hear Andrew’s comments on this and perhaps his take on the south China sea. As in my view, we are only moving our fleet over there to support China’s claims. Not the other way around.
Love the show, and as a side note. I asked my capstone class if anyone had ever asked themselves why we as a nation need to borrow money to create it. Nobody had.
-Question from a listener:Andy has said that the Fed issued 3 times more notes than coins during World War One and that THAT caused the 1929 Great Depression. But didn’t it cause the 1920-21 Depression instead, and was the 1929 Depression instead caused by too much deficit spending in the Roaring Twenties? If not, then how does the 1920-21 Depression figure into all this, esp. the spending binge during WWI?
Question from a listener:What is the purpose of buying gold or silver bars and/or coins? If the boys., White dragons, Secret Society folks don’t wish for the average person to live on their street and/or vacation at their favorite island….Why would they allow the sale of gold and silver to the common man? They don’t want us to be on the same playing field…Wouldn’t the purchase of such assets make us somewhat equal if not a card carrying member?
-Protecting your estate through trust funds
-The benefits of creating a foundation
-Question from a listener: Ihave a few 1921 high relief peace dollars, what is Andy’s opinion on these and adding more to my pile?
-Andrew defends his position on the separation of church and state
-Andrew tells us why it’s Time for America to Get Selfish
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andrew gause and the real world of money, july 13, 2016, hour one