Rob Kirby on Canada Selling Off Gold & Confronting Bill Morneau & Jean Chrétien

During a recent interview Josh Sigurdson and author John Sneisen did with Rob Kirby of, Josh spoke to Rob Kirby about how he’d confronted Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau on selling off Canada’s gold and creating a world currency. The reaction by Bill Morneau was expected and of course stupid as Morneau claims gold has no real value to the economy which is what Venezuela said too, but we know how that went.
Rob Kirby went into his experience asking former Prime Minister as well as former Minister of Finance Jean Chrétien the same question and how his demeanor was telling and his excuse was nonsensical.
Gold and silver have preserved value for thousands of years as all paper money eventually reverts to its natural value of zero. Are we going to learn from history or are we going to continuously repeat it for eternity, perpetuating debt and destruction.

You can find the entire interview with Rob Kirby up on WAM.

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Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

Rob Kirby
Josh Sigurdson
John Thore Stub Sneisen

Graphics by Bryan Foerster and Josh Sigurdson

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  • pedro magoo

    We should ask the Canadian mps to google images of “queens gold” and
    perhaps ask why she needs so much of a useless relic…i think the queen
    got our gold in order to keep Canadians subservient to her wishes next
    collapse…maybe she will lend us some at good interest rates…Canadian
    politics are yes men for the globalists who care not about
    nations….globalists are the New Nazis and they want full spectrum
    dominance…me thinks they are highly deluded and will find out how wrong
    they were…the Magna Carta will again one day clear the slate…kingdoms
    squashed forever…

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