Re: Poor Man's "Gold" Could Spell Survival in a Currency Crash
I agree that eventually metals trading will be outlawed; however, as a short-term stratgey, it could prove quite advantageous. Those who invest heavily in metals could come out with many more "credits" than the run of the mill sheeple, who will probably only be genertaing debits and enslavement when the cashless society is finally enacted. (Bush's bankruptcy law "reforms" are a big key to the process ahead.)
As far as property, I can tell you from my own experience that it will be confiscated through taxation. Already, in the Northeastern U. S., local property tax rates are exceeding $5000-10,000 annually.
You're right, TB, this time they will be playing for keeps. The most one can hope for is to be a leg up on the process. In that respect, I think Edgar is providing some sage advice with this short essay.
Take it to heart.
\"...if the American people ever find out what we have done, they will chase us down the streets and lynch us.” George H. W. Bush, Sr., 1992.