Gold, Miners, And Guns: Why Governments Will Want All Three

We’re in the process of a giant reset, it seems unanimous that gold will back a new system, and at some point, we’re going to see a mad dash for…

Chris Irons on Palisades Gold Radio

Tom welcomes back Chris Irons, host of the Quoth The Raven podcast, to the show. A note of caution, Chris takes the gloves off in this episode so some swearing ensues.

Chris is concerned that China is challenging the United States as a global superpower and they probably have more gold reserves than they publicly acknowledge. China’s business approach tends to be sharper and more ruthless than the West. They have a long time horizon for planning and economic policy. It’s not hard to imagine that China might eventually want to back their currency with something solid.

The government continues to push for more control and encroaches more and more on rights. Once your rights are taken you’re not getting them back.

Governments need to evaluate the cost-benefit of their policies. Since the United States is a nation of gun owners that has to be taken into consideration but in many other countries firearms ownership is not an issue. Politicians, however, are allowed to be surrounded by men with guns.

We’re in the process of a giant reset and it seems unanimous that gold will back a new system in one form or another. Gold is going to be the commodity to hold because it brings you control and protection. At some point, we’re going to see a mad dash for gold around the world. Governments are also going to want gold because that will give them power.

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