Synopses & Reviews
In this book you'll learn about America's upcoming financial collapse and the causes leading up to it. First, you'll learn about 1933. Not many people know this but on April 5th 1933, there was an executive order by the president stating: All citizens are required to deliver on or before May 1st 1933 all gold coin, gold bullion, and gold certificates now owned by them to any member bank of the Federal Reserve System. This is when the obscenely rich, prosperous America first crumbled in the hands of tyranny. People gave the gold to the Federal Reserve for $25, who later changed the price to $35. This extra $10 was used to expand the government and introduce new social programs. Before the American people were robbed of their gold, we didn't need social programs, the people were sufficiently wealthy to handle poverty via private charity. It's not just the over 30% loss from gold that was inflicted on American's. Next was the student loan crisis. The student loan crisis was the next scam to consolidate power for the Federal Reserve. In the past, students would get a summer job to pay to go to college. They would graduate without any debt and immediately go into a higher paying career, leaving them to build wealth. Student loans were originally proposed to help the young people have their summers off. The government argued that students shouldn't have to work while being young and they should have fun with their friends.This sinister plan was wrapped up to sound great. The young people loved it. Before this happened, college was affordable because no bank would give an 18 year old with no income a loan to go to college, so it needed to be a reasonable price. When the government said they'd back student loans, the cost of education skyrocketed. Now, we have some American's with $300,000 in student loans and can't get a job in their field, because most people have a degree. Back before the government stepped in, most people didn't go to college and going to college advanced your career. Now, the only difference between many college graduates and non-college graduates is their debt levels. Unlike many people, I don't bash on college in this book. I'm not against college, only the measures introduced that made college become so expensive. During the financial crisis of 2008, we bailed out the banks. Yes, multi-billion dollar banks were bailed out by the taxpayer with printed money. We then changed to extremely low interest rates and huge quantities of quantitative easing. This wiped out the majority of the middle class and anyone that did have savings were encouraged to buy houses they couldn't afford with 3% down mortgages. This set the people up nicely for the next crash in 2020 where the end game would be completed. The problem wasn't the shutdown, it was everything that took place before the shutdown. The theft of the wealth of American people, the student loan bubble, extremely low interest rates and quantitative easing leading up to the shutdown. Had the American people not been addicted to low interest rates, American's would've had enough savings to make it through the shutdown without stimulus. Instead, we've printed trillions Most of which has been given directly to large corporations that didn't need the money. This money didn't come from money heaven, YOU paid for it via increased taxes and inflation in the future. That's if you're lucky enough to have a job or business once this is all over. Hyperinflation and collapse is coming. It could take a while, but it's coming. I know exactly how this is going to play out and I want you to be prepared. In this book, you'll learn what I'm doing to grow my business during this time what I'm doing to hedge against the financial system.