Debt and Devaluations – The Big Picture

by Gary Christenson
Miles Franklin

The Big Picture:

The banking cartel, central banks and governments create debts – dollars, yen, pounds, and euros and inject them into economies. Those new currency units make existing units less valuable. They purchase less—called devaluation—and prices rise. The devaluation process accelerates every year and is unlikely to change (without a huge reset) because it benefits governments and the banking cartel.

Prognosis: More devaluation is inevitable, along with higher prices.

Higher Prices For What?

Potatoes, beer, political payoffs, postage, energy, stocks, crude oil, silver, trucks, hospitals, gold and thousands more.

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