MUST WATCH VIDEO: Currency Collapse, Hyperinflation & the Rise of Dictators

Hitler Dictator HIdden Secrets of MoneyThe world is heading towards a huge collapse of its fiat currency system with hyperinflation as an inevitable result.  A collapse of the monetary and financial system will wipe out a great deal of wealth held by all classes of citizens throughout the world.
However, the destruction of wealth may not be the worst outcome when the U.S. Dollar finally collapses.
The real threat may be in rise of a Dictator who plays upon the fear of the public at this time:

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From the SRSRocco Report:

Hitler Dictator HIdden Secrets of Money

Mike Maloney explains this in detail in his newest video, When Money Is Corrupted – Episode 5: Hidden Secrets Of Money.  Maloney goes on to describe how Hitler first came to power after the Weimar hyperinflation in the early 1920′s and then later took full control of the Germany…. its people, their rights and most of Europe in the following decade.

One of the very important aspects of this video and ongoing message by Maloney is the correct labeling of our present money as “Currency.” I still make the mistake of calling Federal Reserve Notes as money.  I have to go back and edit my articles by taking out the word money and inserting currency.  It may sound like a petty thing, but the public has been trained to believe worthless fiat currency is money… and it’s not.

Mike starts off the video by his visit to the Bundesbank Money Museum in Germany where he shows that the first forms of money were livestock:

LiveStock as Money Episode 5

He goes on to explain the inherent problems with using livestock as money and then proceeds to give a quick history of the different forms of commodity money, the birth of gold & silver money as well as the rise of the fiat currency system that we have presently.

I highly recommend my readers to check out the most recent Episode as it continues to give more evidence and information on just how vulnerable our present monetary system has become.

One of the challenges of articles or videos that have several parts or episodes, is that reader-viewership falls off as the number increases.  While this may be true in the industry, this video series should be an exception to the rule by the public and investors.

The information in this Hidden Secrets of Money Series is so critical to understand, each episode is just as important as the last.  Again, that is why I really recommend watching this video if you have not done so, or believe that it isn’t really necessary.

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IT IS NECESSARY…. and truth be told, I watch these videos at least 2-3 times and learn something new each time.

 

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Comments

  1. Bravo, Steve! Retracing your steps to re-designate ‘currency’ in your articles is quite admirable. If I could humbly suggest taking Truth a step further into the full wash of sun-light, use the term banknotes, which even more forcefully drags the Hag by her hair, out in open view from her lair. Give no quarter … take no quarter. The ultimate consequences leave no room for trifling.

    The Orwellian New-Speak ‘social engineering’ was accomplished by countless complicit ‘agents’ over many years, to achieve their subliminal conditioning. Today, however, with the comparative ubiquity of the Net, if as many of us act as social consciousness ‘repairmen’, we have the capacity to ‘reverse engineer’ their damage. Steve, your ‘profile’ can go a long way toward aiding in that task. It’s wonderful to see you take on that mantle so adeptly. Thanks Loads!

    • Of course, Pat, calling the specie “bank notes” but further reveals the true nature of fiat money.  It was also suggested by a fellow patriot, now resting comfortably at an East Texas mental institution, we should refer to it as military script or promises-to-pay-by-the-reigning-idiots-in-Austin/Washington.  The question is really not what we call it, but what we do with it, and that as our status of Sovereign citizens in a now bankrupt entity known as the United States (individual) and increasingly these united States (as a treaty between the sovereigns as States).  I am not bankrupt, Pat, and wonder at why it is, precisely, our money is no longer in the possession of the entity we created at law?  We are not bankrupt in our person, surely, and yet our united States are, and the United States is.  No doubt there has been theft, but if Ft. Knox doesn’t have it, who does?

  2. Good to see this series being highlighted. Well done SRSRocco.
    This is a fantastic series deconstructing money and currency. Episode 4 is the by far and away the best explanation of how the banks financially rape us on a daily basis.
    Whenever I get a Barclaycard advert on my Facebook feed offering credit at 34.9% I reply posting this video. Hopefully one by one people will get it.
    On another note: Does anyone else think the rise in bitcoin is showing what will happen to gold and silver once the disconnect between paper and physical is realised. Also that this rise in bitcoin is a positive for real money as currency is being syphoned out of fiat in an attempt by primarily Chinese people trying to protect their wealth.
    I do wonder if governments are allowing money into bitcoin because they don’t want the flow into physical as they will ultimately be able to manipulate/regulate bitcoin. Any thoughts?
    If bitcoin can go to $1000 a coin, why is silver at $1000oz such a reach? Genuine question.
    JC

    • Jccjktj … “If bitcoin can go to $1000 a coin, why is silver at $1000oz such a reach?”
       
      JC, since banknotes embody imaginary value in imaginary things (dollars, pounds, franc, renminbi, yen, rubles, etc.) there’s no reason why an ounce of silver couldn’t be measured in quadrillions or quintillions of those banknotes. Given purely digital form, the valuation is infinite.

      It’s important to recognize that Bitcoins are as ephemeral as banknotes, so when the final supply-demand crunch hits physical silver and gold … Bitcoin too will be shunned right along with the banknotes. The phenomenon appears to be intentionally floated on the prejudices of those who find libertarian rhetoric compelling enough to dismiss situations and conditions where they’re actually self-defeating. All political ideologies are infiltrated by subversives who use their own maxims to destroy them from within. Though the Libertarian movement is admirable in its general tenets, it is NOT immune to delusional pre-occupation leading it into strict doctrinal inflexibility against its own best interests.

      Silver and gold will attain their proper rational worth in balance against all other goods-at-market. Viewing them from that perspective is the only real conceptualization that’s valid. In the recent past, when metals were the only money, an ounce of silver equated to two days of average dignified sustenance. I would expect that rationality to re-emerge … ‘upwardly’ adjusted for its present state of increased rarity.

    • @PatFields
      Interesting points Pat. Agreed Bitcoin is just another currency, not Money. Also agreed that comparing PM values to fiat value is arbitrary at best.
      The time will come when their real worth is shown. And then I believe even some PM holders will be surprised at the rise of silver. It’s intrinsic worth is far more than just a store of value. It’s wide ranging industrial applications are unsurpassed.
      These days are a gift to those that understand and recognise assets that are vastly undervalued. I have appreciated Mike Maloney’s sound and reasoned thoughts for some time now. I hope this series goes viral. I’m doing my best to help!
      Enjoying your prose Pat :)
      JC

  3. Thoroughly enjoyed that, thanks Steve for a nice Sunday viewing. Keep Stacking

  4. If you’re watching these episodes 2 or 3 times each and learning something new each time, you’re obviously not paying enough attention the first time.
     
    Mike Maloney rocks.

  5. I’m pretty sure the first forms of money were deadstock.

  6. The first money we held was livestock

    With the advent of banknotes, we’re the livestock milked for our very substance
     

  7. Does it matter? as it’s public on Youtube. Keep Stacking

  8. The sheeple will never see the difference between currency and money

  9. We the pea pull have been living under a shadow dictatorship since Kennedy got whacked. Where the Bush family failed in their attempt to implement a coup with Smedley Butler under Prescott Bush they succeeded with the assassination with Kennedy.  Just look. We have had two of the weasels for President so far. So the only thing we have left to go is hyperinflation collapse and shtf scenario.  Works for me.  

  10. Mike’s video has been very educative; definitely will watch this new episode.

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