Interesting view but without banks a dark age will emerge with no moveable wealth . Gold is a relic of the past because there is not enough of it to go around scarce . Goverment care nothing for gold and are moving towards electronic money for two reason first they are broke and to stop bank runs.gold is okay for the average person but the major players cannot invest in it mostly because it is not big enough for super wealthy and more important does not pay interest . If gold does go bananas goverment will kick in every door looking for it or seize it or both
If Gold is a relic that will lead to a dark age then explain why Libya was such an incredible success. So much of a success in fact the US saw Gaddafi as a threat to the global banking system and destroyed him with violence.
A small list of things Gaddafi provided to his people thanks to the GOLD STANDARD.
- In 1951 Libya was the poorest country in the world
- Housing is a human right and is nearly free. Homelessness does not exist in Gaddafi's Libya
- Electricity was FREE to all people
- He build schools, hospitals, roads, airports, shipping hubs
- FREE Healthcare (Something even America lacks)
- All loans are 0% by law (The Libyan bank was state owned as opposed to Rothschild owned)
- cars are provided at half cost and gas is 14 cents a gallon
- Anyone who wanted to be a farmer was given FREE land, equipment and training
- Libya provided all this and ZERO national debt because their money was made of GOLD not valueless paper
Libya was a paradise that thus had to be destroyed for humans must never learn the truth of their enslavement. Libyans shared in the natural and intrinsic wealth of their county FREE from the shackles of debt slavery. The country was run for the benefit of the people and not the benefit of the bankers and world controls.
I urge you to wake up and see the enormity of this great crime against humanity. Heal thyself of your Stockholm syndrome that you have for the rulers that control us like slaves.
Libya under Gaddafi:
(NOT a dark age. They had it better then we do as Rothschild's debt slaves)
Novusod, thank you for a most provocative thread. You really have me thinking of the meme of scarcity which has been a huge issue with my pattern of thinking throughout my life. This is very well done.