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His­to­ry has demon­strat­ed that it is at times like these that the great­est of for­tunes are made and lost

We are about to end the biggest mon­e­tary exper­i­ment in his­to­ry archi­tect­ed and craft­ed by the key play­ers, what I call the Glob­al Cabal: At the heart — FIAT Cen­tral: The Fed­er­al Reserve Sys­tem, and the US Trea­sury Depart­ment, The ESF; “The City” (Bar­clays Banks, Roy­al Bank of Scot­land, HSBC, …); The New York Banksters (J.P. Mor­gan, Gold­man Sachs, …), The Swiss/European Banks (UBS, Cred­it Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Ban­ca Monte dei Paschi di Sien­na, …); and the usu­al sus­pects (com­mit­ting crimes near you for the last 1,500 years): The Vat­i­can, The Crown, Cen­tral Banks, Big Gov­ern­ment, Big Enter­prise Cor­po­ra­tions, …The list is end­less and they have all had a go at tak­ing your mon­ey.

Well now Tril­lions of US Dol­lars are miss­ing and between the US Gov­ern­ment, The Banksters, the Cen­tral Banks, The Pen­ta­gon, and numer­ous oth­er play­ers they expect us to stomp up…again… Well, that ain’t gonna hap­pen — not with me.

The old fiat Sys­tem is being destroyed right now — and you will either get destroyed in this event or you will thrive and sur­vive. Which do you want? I know what I want — Thirve and Sur­vive!

In ear­ly 2008 after the ini­tial Finan­cial Cri­sis up to 2011 it seemed clear that Gold and Sil­ver would be the only thing that could save us and pre­serve us. Well today that is not so clear, and a mys­te­ri­ous char­ac­ter called Sathoshi Nakamo­to trun­dled briefly onto the scene with a bril­liant and pro­found alter­na­tive to an oth­er­wise trust­ed sev­en thou­sand year old sys­tem to our de-fac­to gold and sil­ver stan­dards (and then dis­ap­peared again just as quick­ly): name­ly Cryp­tocur­ren­cies — but what are Cryp­tocur­ren­cies exact­ly? Can they be trust­ed? Who, if any­one is behind these Cryp­tocur­ren­cies? Do I buy Gold, Sil­ver or Cryp­tocur­ren­cies? Which should I buy first? How much should I buy? Where should I store them? All good ques­tions.

And the kind of ques­tions we like to address …