Expert Warns of Hyperinflation: “The American Way Of Life Will Be Destroyed”
Mac Slavo for SHTFPlan.com
When that happens – when the rest of the
world finally turns its back on the United
States – you’d better be positioned in the
right assets… tangible assets.
It should be clear that China, Russia,
oil-producing nations and emerging markets
are positioning themselves for exactly what
Marin Katusa describes. They have already
established unilateral agreements to replace
their petro-dollar transactions with either
their own currencies or gold. When the
timing is right, they’ll pull the plug, at
which point all hell will break loose.
There’s a reason that well known investment firms run by contrarians like Sprott and Casey are buying gold. Because they know what is coming down the pike.
If gold and silver are heading to new highs
it’s because something has gone terribly
wrong in our economy and financial markets.
SK O'Neal | 18 February 2014
See link below on an article at shtfplan.com [also printed left] discussing the potential for hyperinflation.
Of course, the field of analysts is not at all in agreement about this, as I have discussed recently. As mentioned, the competing effects of currency dilution and buying power dilution have resulted in a near stalemate on the CPI, although critical commodities have risen sharply, balancing against property values and main-street incomes yielding the real result ----wealth transfer---. Predicting the net result of the future socioeconomics has become a matter of drawing out a marginal resultant of very large opposing forces, riding on a wave of saturated corruption in every aspect of business and government, all making the course quite untenable by any conventional arguments, and also patently vulnerable to manipulation, as it is surely intended.
On one side of the argument about our approaching mid term future, cash will go the way of Wiemar, and on the other, cash is king as the majority lose a large portion of buying power of their savings and equities. One observation I might suggest is that the "deflationists" seem to adhere to traditional models of demographics that are arguably invalid in heavily manipulated markets, but this needs critical analysis as well, as the global plan is not new at all. I do not recall whether it was R. Chapman, G. Celente or L. Williams who indicated that the globankers favor inflationary etiologies over deflationary, but for certain, the bias for currencies at the central banks is expressly inflationary over the long term, devaluing their reserve notes and capping income with progressive tax brackets through which wages are forced to climb and compete with inflation of commodity prices. Interestingly, American wages have effectively dropped, if for no other reason, due to job loss, and the statistical effect of this is skillfully absent in the employment numbers.
Certainly if one follows the herd into the mainstream corrale of retirement philosophies, this will not yield well, and it is virtually axiomatic now to study the packaged suggestions that the government and media are peddling to the public, and then do precisely the opposite with perfect haste and consistency. If the nature of this situation seems to be confusing and foreign, remember that it is designed to be. A good garden and woodlot are far less confusing, and always yield well.