Gold and Silver Prices Signal the Destruction of the Dollar

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    Gold and Silver are just getting started. I argue that the USD Index is worthless as central banks worldwide devalue fiat currencies. This is a coordinated effort to destroy the US middle class.
     
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    Granny says dat's a fine howdy-do after savin' their butts with the Marshall Plan...
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    IMF calls for dollar alternative
    February 10, 2011 -- The International Monetary Fund issued a report Thursday on a possible replacement for the dollar as the world's reserve currency. The IMF said Special Drawing Rights, or SDRs, could help stabilize the global financial system.
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    Uncle Ferd say he gonna build Granny a apple cart so she can sell apples to help pay for gas for his truck...
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    Soaring Oil Prices Could Stun World Economic Growth
    March 16, 2011 - The sharp rise in oil prices as a result of political turmoil in North Africa and the Middle East could deal a major blow to global economic growth over the next two years. Developing nations could be hit the hardest.
     

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