We discuss those who live by the fraud, dying by the fraud as fraud is deployed to cover up fraud thus causing more fraud. In the second half, Max interviews precious metals expert, Ned Naylor-Leyland of QuilterCheviot.com about how the harmonisation of law across Europe has ironically driven the manipulation of the gold fix out into the open and how the rigged gold fix has meant that gold was not able to be classified as tier one capital.
It’s nerve-wracking to live in the historical moment of an epic turning point, especially when the great groaning garbage barge of late industrial civilization doesn’t turn quickly where you know it must, and you are left feeling naked and ashamed with your dark worldview, your careful preparations for a difficult future, and your scornful or tittering relatives reminding you each day what a ninny you are to worry about the tendings of events.
Persevere. There are worse things in this life than not being right exactly on schedule.
Two simple words explain why more robust signs of an economic collapse have hung fire since the tremors of 2008: inertia and fraud. Never in human history has there been such a matrix of complex systems so vast, dense, weighty, and powerful for running everyday life (nor a larger population engaged in it). That much stuff in motion takes a while to slow down…
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“You’re the comedians’ comedian aren’t you?” I asked him. “Everyone says Oh, that Simon Munnery, he’s a genius.” … “Not everyone,” said Simon. Read more here…
Before someone pipes up ‘you spelled it wrong’ – No I haven’t!
In Éire lots of us used to call Bono Bonio (a dog biscuit).
There are now those who believe that the suffering of Ireland’s working class – the “most vulnerable” so beloved at election time and so despised in between – are OK with being bankrupted by Europe.
If you want to go somewhere else and pay less tax, fine.
But if you stand up on a stage and justify the stealing of €65 billion from the Irish people, then don’t be surprised if you find yourself on the receiving end of their unforgettable ire.
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