Ron Paul: Dollar Crash Coming Soon – Trump Can’t Stop It!

Ron Paul recently warned of the coming economic collapse on The Alex Jones Channel during an interview. As he put it, “There will be run-away inflation before people wake up.”
Josh Sigurdson breaks down his warning and how the dollar crash is imminent. Of course this has nothing to do with Trump. In fact it has very little to do with politics in general. This has to do with the Federal Reserve’s out of control quantitative easing and currency manipulation. For 100 years, the Fed has manipulated the monetary system into oblivion. From the over printed gold standard to the worthless, unbacked fiat model that’s plagued the system since the 1970s. As currency is printed out of thin air, it devalues the dollar, creating inflation and debt. This is passed onto the public causing debt enslavement.
This all while the markets are regulated into oblivion as well, creating state favored and subsidized monopolies pushing small businesses out of the market.
Now, with the recent uptick of the Dow Jones Industrial, a lot of people are excited that it hit 20,000 for the first time ever. The problem is, it’s a sign of a bubble ready to burst. It’s very reminiscent of the chart from 2007, directly before the 2008-09 nose dive. This goes for the Nasdaq and S&P 500 as well. This time the crash will be ten times worse due to the build up of steam.
This is dire and people need to take their money out of the bank in our opinion. When your money’s in the bank, it’s not yours, it’s the bank’s. You have to do your best to protect yourself with gold and silver. Sound money will prevail while worthless IOUs will revert to its natural value of zero. It always has and it always will.

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13 Comments

  • ON Ontarible
    Reply

    Trump will not be able to stop or prevent a dollar cash but he is laying
    the ground work to survive thru it, be very thankful for his many efforts.

  • ON Ontarible
    Reply

    There is one fundamental that will never change, Ron, that is the basis of
    all economies are based on agricultural, no food no economy.

  • Love Gillberg
    Reply

    When the dollar crash is coming and gold and silver will be more
    attractive, what will happen to the gold and silver mining stocks?

  • Norm Bolduc
    Reply

    The Dow is definitely overvalued… However what’s even more mindboggling
    is the webbot showing the DOW @ some point to reach 125,000$ with Gold
    being equal to it

  • Charles H
    Reply

    What’s really going to be painful is when the collapse does happen and it
    will – people will turn on Trump and blame it all on him out of pure
    ignorance.

  • Egil Lomeland
    Reply

    Ron, I get your argument but we are not in isolation in the world. No
    matter how bad is appears in the States it is worse abroad. Money will
    continue to flow to the States thus propping up the dollar.

  • momentinpassing
    Reply

    They’ve been warning about the dollar crash and ignoring real opportunities
    or outright attacking them for over a decade. In the meantime people who
    listened suffered massive opportunity costs and many of those who ignored
    them prospered.

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