[58] Paul Craig Roberts on the US economy and paper versus physical gold

[58] Paul Craig Roberts on the US economy and paper versus physical gold

Today’s show is about money. In today’s headline story, all eyes were fixed on Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen, who delivered her first public remarks to the US …
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22 thoughts on “[58] Paul Craig Roberts on the US economy and paper versus physical gold

  1. Isn’t it the ESF (exchange stabilization fund) that dictates to the FED
    what they should be doing regarding the tapering, etc.?

  2. “The question is: Is the United States in an economic recovery?” “Hahaha!
    No, of course not.” Good answer. lol

  3. The banks get saved . The dollar can collapse then the restructuring can
    take place. The banks will be given new powers to annex properties they do
    not even own or have an interest in. This will be accomplished by using
    government tax laws to get at any body not meeting local taxes and federal
    taxes. It is a corporate owned nation we live in. Corporations will be
    given special legal legislated status to work in the interest of the
    government.

  4. You ain’t seen S…. YET ! Wait till the Trans Pacific Partnership Treaty
    and the Atlantic Partnership Trade Treaty go into law , which o has been
    trying to ram through Congress ! Economists are already guesstamating that
    several MILLION jobs will be going overseas !

  5. Oh yes! I am very aware. I would enjoy someone interviewing him about
    that. I wonder if he would take any blame. He must have known what was
    going to happen to some degree. He’s a smart guy.

  6. +1 for having PCR on this show.

    There is way too much bitcoin pumping on this show. The tulip bulb
    mania of 2013 is winding down now. There are only so many techie
    geeks/nerds to fleece out there.

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