THE GLOBAL FLIGHT FROM PAPER TO BULLION: SGT Report UNBOUND w/ Jeff Nielson

Jeff Nielson from Bullion Bulls Canada joins SGT to discuss the global flight out of paper gold and silver and into PHYSICAL bullion. We also talk about the new CBC documentary “The Monarchs of Money” – and how it attempts to elevate the Central Banksters to benevolent servants of the financial markets, even as it shares some truth. We wrap things up with a conversation about deflation VS inflation VS hyperinflation — Jeff says, without a single additional printed dollar, the US and all major countries on earth could find themselves in a state of hyperinflation the minute the Banksters unleash the TRILLIONS already printed.

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  1. good interview. I can listen to Jeff Nielson talk all day long.
     
    p.s. us mint first update for eagles sales in may, 719,500oz silver, 13,000 gold

  2. CDL I concur with you on this.  While I did not listen to the whole interview, the subject matter was well covered .  Their hypotheses are solid.   Uncountable trillions are sitting in accounts, with the velocity of money at about speed One.  If this FIAT starts moving it will start moving very quickly as repudiation of monetary value deflates and prices inflate as people flee soft cash into hard assets.

  3. Thinking I’ve been hearing Sean–SGT voicing a Toyota spot of TV….

  4. “Jeff says, without a single additional printed dollar, the US and all major countries on earth could find themselves in a state of hyperinflation the minute the Banksters unleash the TRILLIONS already printed.”
     
    I would agree with this IF all of the fiat already printed were allowed to FLOOD into the economy all at once.  It is reasonable to think that they will not do this because doing it would be counter to their desire to maintain the fiat game for as long as possible.  Besides, the Fed can always pull money out of the economy via some accounting slight of hand by exchanging cash in the economy for the $3T or so that they have loaded onto their balance sheet.  It will not matter if bales of $100 bills are stored in a giant warehouse for a while and then slowly fed into the economy over a period of several years.

  5. I think you gents at SGT are missing an important point about what Ron Paul has been advocating.   Massive cuts to government spending would be coupled with massive tax cuts.   By taking money away from the unproductive sector and returning it to the productive sector, only then will the economy truly grow.
    Burt Folsom does an interesting review of the Harding/Coolidge stance on cutting both taxes and spending when the US was facing a post-WWI depression with 12% unemployment.   All the prevailing “experts” said hit the gas on spending and both Harding, and Coolidge after Harding’s death, both send the Phd’s from academia a packing.   I highly recommend Folsom’s book “New Deal or Raw Deal” which compares Harding/Coolidge’s cut spending and taxes to Hoover/FDR’s raise taxes and raise spending.    Great book…mind blowing in many ways.
    Here is a link to Folsom’s presentation – worth a watch:
    http://www.yaf.org/InnerPageTemplate.aspx?id=6156&terms=folsom
    and here is a follow-up
    http://www.yaf.org/VideoDetail.aspx?id=9770
     

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