David Stockman: We Are Now Entering The Terminal Phase Of The Global Financial System That Will End In Total Collapse!
- David Stockman: We Are Now Entering The Terminal Phase Of The Global Financial System That Will End In Total Collapse!
Today David Stockman, the man President Ronald Reagan called upon along with Dr. Paul Craig Roberts to help save the United States from disaster in 1981, warned King World News that we are now entering the “terminal phase” of the global financial system that will end in total collapse.
Eric King: “David, I wanted to get your thoughts on gold in the midst of this big deflation you think is in front of us. When you look at the collapse of 2008 – 2009, gold was one of the best performing asset classes. Gold went down but it went down much less relative to virtually everything else. Contrast that to 1973 – 1974, where we had a 47 percent stock market collapse. But during that time we had skyrocketing gold and silver. What’s in front of us because it looks like gold and silver may be ending a 4 year bear market and ready for a 1973 – 1974-style up-move?”
David Stockman: “Yes. I think the two periods are quite different. Although at the bottom it’s central bank errors that underlie each. But remember that in the 1970s we had just finally exited a semi-stable Bretton Woods Gold Exchange Standard system. There still was, at the end of the day, an anchor on the central banks that was thrown overboard by Nixon in 1971….
Published on May 10, 2015
On the U.S. dollar, economist John Williams says because the Fed will not be able to raise rates in a sinking economy, the dollar will sink too. Williams explains, “That’s why you’ve seen weakness in the dollar in the last couple of weeks. As the economic outlook has dimmed and expectations of the Fed raising rates has been pushed off into the future, which is a major factor in the unfolding dollar weakness, it’s still a lot stronger than a year ago, but the downturn in the dollar has started. . . . Unexpected economic weakness adds stress to the financial system. It also tends to widen projections on the budget deficit. It will make Treasury fundings more difficult. The Fed’s going to need to be in there monetizing debt and doing what it can do to prop up the banks. That is all bad news for the dollar. As the dollar weakens, that’s going to be inflationary. As the dollar falls, oil prices will continue to rise. Gasoline prices are going to go higher again. That’s where you are going to see early stages of inflation. As the world gets used to the Fed debasing the dollar, you will see intensified selling. Watch for a massive decline in the dollar, which will be the early roots of hyperinflation in the not-too-distant future.” Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with John Williams of ShadowStats.com.
Published on Apr 22, 2015
April 20, 2015 / ROB KIRBY INTERVIEW
· Greece Exit from EU?
· Evidence of ongoing collapse
· US dollar being dumped globally
· Dangerous times ahead as System cracks and breaks Paper vs. Physical Gold and Silver markets Oil Market another rigged game
- James Turk: We’re Going to Step On a Mine Before End of 2015!
by Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com
Renowned Precious metals expert James Turk thinks this fall is going to be trouble for the U.S. dollar. Turk explains, “I think that is the time frame we should be looking for, and there are a couple of reasons for this. Every five years, the International Monetary Fund recalculates the “Special Drawing Rights,” the SDR. . . The Chinese have been quite clear over the last five years that they want to be included in the SDR when the next rewriting comes, and the next recalculation is scheduled for September and October. So, it’s quite possible that China doesn’t come away with what it thinks it deserves . . . it may move further away from western institutions and create other Asian institutions like the AIIB (Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank) and bring this to fruition much quicker than would be the case. So, I would agree the September, October, November time frame is going to be critically important this year. If the wrong moves are made by the U.S. government, I think the dollar could fall substantially. . . . I think we are going to step on a mine before the end of this year.”
Turk goes on to say, “Remember that the dollar has only risen because people around the world perceive it as the best option of a lot of poor choices. In other words, people are moving out of the euro, and moving out of other weak currencies, in an emotional kneejerk reaction into the dollar. They are not moving into the dollar because of any fundamental strengths. The problems of the U.S. are still quite severe, particularly the debt problem and government spending out of control. Things tend to rise and things tend to fall, and I wouldn’t be surprised to get a big drop in the dollar before the end of the year.”