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The United States is in the Last Stage of Empire

The Seven Stages of Empire theory, also known as the Life Cycle of Empires is attributed to Sir John Glubb, a British soldier, scholar, and author. In his 1976 book The Fate of Empires and Search for Survival, Glubb analyzed the life cycle of empires and proposed that they tend to go through seven distinct […]

The Fed is Printing Fake Money to Support a Fake System

The term fiat money refers to a currency that has value solely because a government or central authority has declared it to be legal tender. Fiat money is not backed by a physical commodity like gold or silver but rather by trust and confidence in the issuing authority. Fiat money is indeed created by central […]

The Fed is Making its Own Mess a Whole Lot Worse

The Federal Reserve System is the central bank of the United States. There are many reasons why the Federal Reserve is not a government agency. The US has to borrow money and pay interest and fees on it. A truly sovereign money system does not allow the central bank to sell Treasuries to other parties, […]

Quantitative Easing in 1918, 2008 and Now

Hyperinflation during the Weimar Republic 100 years ago Paper or fiat currency is nothing new in world history. China has a long history of printing intrinsically worthless currency dating back to the seventh century. In the 1400s the kingdom of Spain began printing paper to be used as money during military sieges.

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