I have here a coin which is 1 Argentine peso. This will buy you, well it’ll hardly buy you a bus trip in downtown Buenos Aires. And yet if I were to go to 1970 – in 1970 this little coin would have purchased you Argentina 4 or 5 times after another. Why? Because since January of 1970, we have undergone 4 major monetary changes where they’ve knocked off zeros on our currency. Thirteen zeros to be exact. So this would be worth 10 trillion pesos from that time and 10 trillion pesos at that time would’ve bought you Argentina 3 or 4 times over. That’s inflation. Actually that’s hyper inflation. So when we hear about your inflationary concerns and everything, we’ve seen that, we’ve done that. We’ve been through the whole thing.
There’s also an issue of World War III. And World War III is between the British empire, better known as the Anglo-Dutch liberal banking financial system on the one side, and the principle nations of Eurasia – Russia, China, India, and other nations, are the targets of intended warfare by the British empire which is already turning Europe into a mere colony of the British empire through the program of the Lisbon Treaty. If the Lisbon Treaty were adopted, and it’s being pushed for adoption now, there would not be a single nation on the continent of Europe west of Belarus and Russia which had any sovereignty whatsoever. The British empire would control the entirety of that region of Europe, from Portugal to the borders of Belarus and Russia, as a puppet of the anglo-dutch liberal financial interests. It is those interests represented in the United States, for a long time, have taken over control of the US dollar – control of the United States – now they’re moving in for the kill.