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
-Fiat money – determined to be money by edict, not by intrinsic worth.
-Quantitative easing – is a devaluation due to diluting the money supply.
-Historical means of reducing the value of money was via reducing the size of the coin or reducing the metal content by adding alloys.
-Price of Bitcoin has spiked in reaction to blackmail demands of WannaCry ransomware.
-Screen fantasy or truth? The “boys” hire the hackers, program gets stolen or modified, and then used against us. Can be a tool to demean Bitcoin, which helps the banker boys.
-Impeachment – disrupts markets. Money system is based on confidence. If the chief architect is so busy fighting, we’re not going to get any of the tax cuts and reforms on the Trump agenda, and people will be less likely to invest in the US. The result is Now driving the price of gold and silver up.
-Advice to Trump: Get on with your business, stop responding
-Treasury has collected $1.9 trillion in fiscal year 2017. $945 billion from payroll taxes, $60 billion from corporation taxes. $870 billion from social security taxes. SS is showing as income, not as being put into the trust fund. Double booking by the gov – tax revenue booked as an IOU in the trust fund and as income. The honest way would put SS taxes into the SS trust fund and the Treasury sell notes.
-Federal reserve is like a game of musical chairs. The number of chairs doesn’t matter until the music stops. When the Fed closes the banks, it’s like stopping the music.
-Panic of May 1837. Andrew Jackson’s successor Van Buren was in office. Banks stopped giving gold for paper money. More demand for dollars, but no supply increase. If there was no such thing as a mortage, housing prices would plummet. Combine this with lack of money supply and you get a depression. This is what was happening in 1837-1844. The dollar was worth more, had deflation.
-The One World Government has a juggernaut on the myriad of federal agencies. We are much more leveraged now than in the days of Andrew Jackson. The economy would crash today. Desire for uniform regulations has fostered desire for uniform regulation throughout the world. Globalists want world wide laws.
–Hacking protection – Andy’s computers run on Linux. Microsoft Windows has best market share so those systems are the best target for hackers. Has the most advanced technology for computer encryption because he values protection of customer’s privacy. Recommends Microsoft Essentials. .
-Leave your computer on. Every time you turn your computer off, capacitors expand and contract, which causes failure ultimately. Solid state drives better than spinning drives.
-Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerburg, Ted Turner got started because of government agency help. Are “made men”.
-Legislation created uniform currency throughout the US. In 1933 Roosevelt declared a state of national emergency, and we’ve been in one ever since. Transferred power from legislators to president. There were more notes for money than there was money. By 1934, we had suspended specie payment; no one could go into bank and ask for gold. Violated constitutional clause that no state shall make anything but gold and silver in tender of debt.
-National State of Emergency enabled Nixon to break postal strike and Reagan to break air traffic controllers strike, which they couldn’t have done otherwise, Truman to declare a “police action” in Korea. Every president since 1934 has issued an executive order continuing the national emergency.
-Jim Sinclair’s thoughts on gold. From 1968 to March 1980 he was largest seller of gold. Our dollar has already been hyperinflated without the high prices because of paper gold. Inflation has been hidden in the trust fund.
-Andy explains the advantages of investing in numismatic coins rather than physical gold or silver. Fixed supply, increased demand, exempt from confiscation, no reporting, considered as personal property, legal tender.
-Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead memorabilia being auctioned off. Worth something like 2 million.
-Bruce writes SR93-549 acknowledges emergency created by FDR in 1933. People effectively called enemies of the state in their financial transactions.
-Charlotte, New Orleans, and Dahlonega, GA mints created in 1835. Dahlonega coins have poor striking quality. Slightly rarer.
-Hacker thing was on Windows XP systems.
Andrew Gause and The Real World of Money, May 17, 2017 ONE
Andrew Gause and The Real World of Money, May 17, 2017 TWO
May 21, 2017 @ 8:17 pm Wesley
Andy is a Linux user! Brilliant!