On August 15th, 1971 Nixon closed the gold window which prevented foreign governments from redeeming their dollars for gold. Here is that historic video where he blamed the situation of the devaluation of the dollar on speculators:
The inconvertibility of gold was also sold as a temporary measure. Lol! This was actually the second major part of a two part heist. The first major act was when hardcore communist Franklin D. Roosevelt signed executive order 6102 on April 5th, 1933.
So in the “land of the free and the brave” this bastard first confiscated the gold held by US citizens and then years later Nixon prevented the convertibility by foreign entities. There are many adherents of Keynesian economics that will try to convince you that these acts were necessary and how we are better off as a nation. But if you have some common sense you only need to look around at our declining country, at our imploding culture, at our total loss of morals and standard of living and know that something is wrong. Our middle class, which is what made our nation great, has been decimated. The foremost foundation of a country and a culture – the family unit, has been destroyed. It is harder and harder for most families and individuals to make ends meet. These issues are a direct result of our monetary and financial policy.
Now back to the anniversary that occurred this week…
We found a very interesting web page here: https://wtfhappenedin1971.com/
I suggest you take some time and look at these graphs. We believe that most of these are directly correlated to the 2 major acts described in this post. We also believe that companies and individuals need to legally start putting a foot in the direction of an exit to a parallel system of real money such as Bitcoin, gold and silver. We help with Bitcoin so give us a call.