The Gold Standard


“Don’t throw good money after bad money” has recently been pronounced by some European politicians in connection with the Greek crisis. 

Well, there isn’t such a thing as ‘good money’. It’s just paper with no real value backing it up such as gold. Gold has long been removed. 

What we are seeing unfolding at the moment is the collapse of Greece which will be followed by the collapse of Europe. Once that is done the US $ goes. 

The next thing we will hear are calls for a One World Government. Welcome to the New World Order. 

Here are further details

Today, as of 19 July 2015, as expected, the first call for a central European government comes from France according to BBC news:

“Meanwhile France’s president called for the creation of a eurozone government.”

The agenda is going according to plan. It does not take much imagination for calls for a One World Government to be heard once the ecomic and monetary system is in free fall. That is the next part of the agenda placing the Rothschild Bankers at its top. 

Here is an interesting interview with Janis Varoufakis, the Greek ex finance minister, about the European project and the collapse of the Euro and ultimately the European Union. 

And here is the latest update about the recent stock market turbulences in China as of 27 July 2015. These are all symptoms of the unavoidable collapse of the entire global financial system. 

Following are some interesting quotes from political leaders which highlight the precarious situation we find ourselves in today. 

The United States Treasury Secretary, Timothy Geithner, told his European counterparts that “if Europe goes down, we’ll go down with it”.

The president of the European Central Bank, Jean-Claude Trichet, told Europe’s leaders: “We have the worst financial crisis since World War Two.”

Former UK Chancellor Alistair Darling said that to impose on a country (Greece) “something that would have been worthy of the Treaty of Versailles is absolutely ludicrous. It just isn’t going to work.”

Angela Merkel’s authority will be diminished. She has staked her legacy on insisting that “if the euro fails, then Europe fails”.


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