This is the most important article I’ve written so far this year, even more important than the one I wrote last month that received more than 330,000 reads on ZeroHedge. While that article was important for exposing the reasons behind the growing divergences between spot prices and real physical prices of precious metals, this article … Continue reading Connecting the Global Pandemic Lockdowns and Wealth Preservation for the 1%
By looking at the World Economic Forum annual report’s top rated global risks at their annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, it is possible to predict the agenda of those with the most power in this world to drive global policies. This year, you can see that in regard to the most likely crisis to manifest … Continue reading Why Climate Hysteria, Water Scarcity and Increased Surveillance Will Dominate Media Headlines in 2020
This week, a couple of American billionaires captured headlines, including hedge fund manager Ray Dalio, when they stated in an interview that they believed a violent revolution in America is a realistic scenario for the near future, during which “we are all going to try to kill each other.” Many dismissed Dalio’s claims as headline-grabbing … Continue reading Will Burgeoning Violence Spurred by Wealth Inequality in Developing Nations Spread to the First World?
The absolute greatest threat to world stability is a threat that oddly receives virtually no publicity. It’s not nuclear arms, it’s not a US stock market crash, it’s not a global bond market crash and it’s not a real estate market crash. The greatest threat to world stability is one that originates within the realm … Continue reading The Greatest Threat to World Stability No One Knows About