When it costs four billion dollars to mail one letter, what
will your million dollars in the cash and bonds buy? In the 1920ís,
at one point, letters cost ten billion Marks to mail. Just a few years
before that, a Mark was worth about 40ĘUS ... the same kind of runaway inflation would make a 37Ę stamp cost $4 billion.
Germany was an extreme case, but if the dollar only loses
95% of its value instead of 99.999%, itís still going to destroy
your security. We havenít gone over the edge yet, but weíre
getting close. You need to act now ... no one can know the
exact hour and day.
The dollar fail? It canít happen!
Thatís what the Germans said ... the Russians, the French, the
English, the Italians, the Chinese, the Argentinans, the Israelis, the
Chileans (and many more). Every nation on earth has suffered
erosion of their currencies over time since the gold
standard was abandoned after World War II. But weíre
not talking about gradual ďinflation.Ē Weíre
talking about the sudden drop in value of a currency
in relation to gold and other currencies over a few
months, a few weeks, or even in one day. When this happens, your money
literally crumbles. It may lose 25% of its value
overnight, maybe 50%, or 90%, maybe even more. In a matter of a
couple years, hard working Russians lost everything they
had saved all their working lives ... their Rouble went from being worth
more than a U.S. Dollar to being worth less than a thouandth of a U.S.
cent. The U.S. dollar probably wonít fall that much, but your dollar has
already lost half its value in the past two years against gold.
Sudden monitary collapse comes
when there is no confidence in the money. U.S. money used to be the single
world currency. Now it is just one of many, and losing influence fast.
The U.S. Dollar used to be backed by gold and silver. Then just silver.
Now itís backed by ďthe full faith and credit of the United States.Ē In
other words, nothing. Itís a dollar only because the government
says itís a dollar. When others wonít accept that as enough guarantee,
our dollar will collapse.
What brings on this distrust of
our money? When other people see things they believe will hurt the economy
of the United States. Printing money to pay debts instead of taxing those
who can pay ... running high budget deficits ... going to war for no good
reason ... fighting wars that are unwinable ... letting the infrastructure
decay and collapse (dams, roads, bridges, levies) ... allowing health care
to be unavailable for many people ... allowing near monopolies to create
shortages to run up the costs of necessities ... letting clever sociopaths
steal the assets of companies and bankrupt them ... letting them steal the
assets of their workersí retirement accounts, letting the same people dictate policies, even run the government ... taxing the poor to give to the rich ...
itís all happened here, itís happening now and itís hurt people
you know if not you, yourself.
Other nations see whatís happening.
That and the bloating money supply are why the U.S. Dollar has lost half its
value in the past two years. Why the price of gas is twice what it was a year
ago, why everything else will cost twice as much. You may feel good because
your house is valued much more than it was. But housing prices can go down
as quickly as they have gone up. Weíre in the middle of a housing bubble. Try getting assets out of your house when the housing market goes down, like it
will soon. Your credit will suddenly turn negative because you will owe more
on your house that itís worth ... and you canít declare bankruptcy because of recently enacted laws.
Itís not all bad news, though. There are things you can do to protect your savings ... protect
your family ... protect yourself ... and knowing what happened and is happening to bring about this precarious position ... and knowing what people
have done for thousands of years to protect themselves from economic collapse. Thatís what the Nature of Money is all about.
Forty years of research went into
the writing of the Nature of Money ... it lays out whatís been
happening, the how and the why. More important, it shows what to do to save
yourself and your family from the unfolding disaster. The report is consise,
to the point, and is easy to understand. No, it wonít grow hair on your head
or make your bust two sizes larger, make you more masculine or more feminine,
or tighten your abs ... and you wonít die if you donít read it.
But if you do read it, you will be able to take simple and obvious steps to protect
yourself and your family from the increasing deleterious effects of
bad (and criminal) economic policies. Itíll be the most productive
time youíve spent in a long time.