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Is Putin Worse Than Stalin? By Patrick J. Buchanan
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THE ECONOMICS OF ARMAGEDDON By J.R. Cook
Whenever I’m stuck over something to write about I dig out my dog-eared volume of Human Action by Ludwig von
Mises. This great economist warned time and again about the sorry consequences of our left- wing monetary policies. Although he passed from the scene in 1973, he was prescient enough to write, “Radical inflationism is an essential feature of the economic ideology of our age.” Mises was death on inflating. He wrote that it was a policy that could not last. Ultimately, it must lead to hyperinflation or an economic bust.
He experienced firsthand the Weimar Republic inflation and he explained what happens when governments come to rely on excesses of money and credit. “The course of progressing inflation is this: at the beginning the inflow of additional money makes the price of some commodities and services rise; other prices rise later. The price rise affects the various commodities and services at different dates and to a different extent.
“This first stage of the inflationary process may last for years. While it lasts, the prices of many goods and services are not yet adjusted to the altered money relation. There are still people in the country who will not yet become aware of the fact that they are confronted with a price revolution which will finally result in a considerable rise of all prices, although the extent of this rise will not be the same in the various commodities and services.
“Finally, the masses wake up. They become suddenly aware of the fact that inflation is a deliberate policy and will go on endlessly. A breakdown occurs. The crack-up boom appears. Everybody is anxious to swap his money against ‘real’ goods, no matter how much money he has to pay for them. Within a very short time, within a few weeks or even days, the things which were used as money are no longer used as media of exchange. They become scrap paper. Nobody wants to give away anything against them.
“It was this that happened with the continental currency in America in 1781, with the French mandats territoriaux in 1796, and with the German Mark in 1923. It will happen again whenever the same conditions appear. If a thing has to be used as a medium of exchange, public opinion must not believe that the quantity of this thing will increase beyond all bounds.”
Mises not only advocated free markets, he established the moral foundation that underpins Capitalism: “The market economy directs the individual’s activities into those channels in which he best serves the wants of his fellow man.” He also mistrusted the state. “If government were in a position to expand its power ad
libitum, it could abolish the market economy and substitute for it all-round totalitarian socialism. In order to prevent this, it is necessary to curb the power of government. This is the task of all constitutions, bills of rights, and laws. This is the meaning of all struggles which men have fought for liberty.”
Most worrisome is Mises’ warning about what could happen if Marxism and socialism were to prevail over free market capitalism. “It rests with men whether they will make the proper use of the rich treasure with which this [economic] knowledge provides them or whether they will leave it unused. But if they fail to take the best advantage of it and disregard its teachings and warnings, they will not annul economics; they will stamp out society and the human race.”
Is Putin Worse Than Stalin?
By Patrick J. Buchanan
In 1933, the Holodomor was playing out in Ukraine.
After the “kulaks,” the independent farmers, had been liquidated in the forced collectivization of Soviet agriculture, a genocidal famine was imposed on Ukraine through seizure of her food production.
Estimates of the dead range from two to nine million souls.
Walter Duranty of the New York Times, who called reports of the famine “malignant propaganda,” won a Pulitzer for his mendacity.
In November 1933, during the Holodomor, the greatest liberal of them all, FDR, invited Foreign Minister Maxim Litvinov to receive official U.S. recognition of his master Stalin’s murderous regime.
On August 1, 1991, just four months before Ukraine declared its independence of Russia, George H. W. Bush warned Kiev’s legislature:
“Americans will not support those who seek independence in order to replace a far-off tyranny with a local despotism. They will not aid those who promote a suicidal nationalism based upon ethnic hatred.”
In short, Ukraine’s independence was never part of America’s agenda. From 1933 to 1991, it was never a U.S. vital interest. Bush I was against it.
When then did this issue of whose flag flies over Donetsk or Crimea become so crucial that we would arm Ukrainians to fight Russian-backed rebels and consider giving a NATO war guarantee to Kiev, potentially bringing us to war with a nuclear-armed Russia?
From FDR on, U.S. presidents have felt that America could not remain isolated from the rulers of the world’s largest nation.
Ike invited Khrushchev to tour the USA after he had drowned the Hungarian Revolution in blood. After Khrushchev put missiles in Cuba, JFK was soon calling for a new detente at American University.
Within weeks of Warsaw Pact armies crushing the Prague Spring in August 1968, LBJ was seeking a summit with Premier Alexei Kosygin.
After excoriating Moscow for the downing of KAL 007 in 1983, that old Cold Warrior Ronald Reagan was fishing for a summit meeting.
The point: Every president from FDR through George H. W. Bush, even after collisions with Moscow far more serious than this clash over Ukraine, sought to re-engage the men in the Kremlin.
Whatever we thought of the Soviet dictators who blockaded Berlin, enslaved Eastern Europe, put rockets in Cuba and armed Arabs to attack Israel, Ike, JFK, LBJ, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan and Bush 1 all sought to engage Russia’s rulers.
Avoidance of a catastrophic war demanded engagement.
How then can we explain the clamor of today’s U.S. foreign policy elite to confront, isolate, and cripple Russia, and make of Putin a moral and political leper with whom honorable statesmen can never deal?
What has Putin done to rival the forced famine in Ukraine that starved to death millions, the slaughter of the Hungarian rebels or the Warsaw Pact’s crushing of Czechoslovakia?
In Ukraine, Putin responded to a U.S.-backed coup, which ousted a democratically elected political ally of Russia, with a bloodless seizure of the pro-Russian Crimea where Moscow has berthed its Black Sea fleet since the 18th century. This is routine Big Power geopolitics.
And though Putin put an army on Ukraine’s border, he did not order it to invade or occupy Luhansk or Donetsk. Does this really look like a drive to reassemble either the Russian Empire of the Romanovs or the Soviet Empire of Stalin that reached to the Elbe?
As for the downing of the Malaysian airliner, Putin did not order that. Sen. John Cornyn says U.S. intelligence has not yet provided any “smoking gun” that ties the missile-firing to Russia.
Intel intercepts seem to indicate that Ukrainian rebels thought they had hit an Antonov military transport plane.
Yet, today, the leading foreign policy voice of the Republican Party, Sen. John McCain, calls Obama’s White House “cowardly” for not arming the Ukrainians to fight the Russian-backed separatists.
But suppose Putin responded to the arrival of U.S. weapons in Kiev by occupying Eastern Ukraine. What would we do then?
John Bolton has the answer: Bring Ukraine into NATO.
Translation: The U.S. and NATO should go to war with Russia, if necessary, over Luhansk, Donetsk and Crimea, though no U.S. president has ever thought Ukraine itself was worth a war with Russia.
What motivates Putin seems simple and understandable. He wants the respect due a world power. He sees himself as protector of the Russians left behind in his “near abroad.” He relishes playing Big Power politics. History is full of such men.
He allows U.S. overflights to Afghanistan, cooperates in the P5+1 on Iran, helped us rid Syria of chemical weapons, launches our astronauts into orbit, collaborates in the war on terror and disagrees on Crimea and Syria.
But what motivates those on our side who seek every opportunity to restart the Cold War?
Is it not a desperate desire to appear once again Churchillian, once again heroic, once again relevant, as they saw themselves in the Cold War that ended so long ago?
Antique European Gold...
The Original "European Common Currency".
Photo's of Various Gold European Coins
History of The
European Monetary Union of The 1800's
In 1865, in response to the growing influence over trade and commerce of the Zollverein (the unification of the German States), Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain and Finland entered into what became known as the Latin Monetary Union.
The goal of the union was to build an uniform decimal weight system for all coinage, modeled after the 20 Franc in use in the time in France, to facilitate free-trade. All coins, though not always denominated in francs, were to comprise the unique weight of.1867 ounces pure gold per 20 units of currency.
The Latin Monetary Union stayed intact until 1922, coming to an end within the aftermath of World War I. Despite its dissolution, several states continued to mint coinage by this specific weight into the modern period.
Antique European Gold Coins...
gold coins that are at least 100 years old are a great way for you to
own gold. They give you distinct advantages not found in modern
issued bullion coins.
Why Are European
Minted Gold Coins Such A Great Way For You to Own Gold?
1. They are one of
the most desirable types of gold coins for you to own.
It was a criminal act to own gold bullion for over forty years in the
U.S. from May, 1933 until January 1st, 1975. In 1933, President
Franklin Delano Roosevelt under Executive Order, invoking the 1917 Trading
with the enemy act demanded U.S. citizens turn in their hard
earned gold. Coins of "special collector
interest" were exempt from this forced turn-in of gold.
The official price of gold was 20.67 greenbacks an ounce in May of
1933. In early 1934 the "Official" price of gold was raised
by FDR to $35. Coin collectors who owned gold did very well in 1935.
No one else legally owned any gold bullion with the exception of
personal jewelry, gold for certified industrial use, and the U.S.
Have you ever been sued? It may just be a matter of time.
Americans sue each other for ridiculous reasons. The burglar may sue
you for injuries sustained by bites from your big guard dog
The town drunk may fall over in your yard, break his leg and then sue
you for millions. After winning his lawsuit, he can start drinking
"the good stuff" in his new house that once was yours.
Old European gold coins
can be acquired by you in absolute privacy.
Private from any public records.
No public records and they are not reportable to the I.R.S. when you
buy or when you sell. It's important you keep all the records
you may require for tax reasons.
3. They currently sell for a small premium over their gold content.
The bottom line:
They'll protect your wealth
They're genuine antique gold coins being over 100 years old
They're a great legacy, truly a meaningful way to pass wealth to your
They're Historic. Most
of these coins have been secreted away on the European continent since
the 1800's. They remained hidden through the devastation of two World
Wars. Some of these coins may have been used to buy safe passage from
"harm's way". (No ones taking checks, bank cards or cash
from a fallen government in a war zone.)
Older European's who
survived World War II, have deep respect for gold.
They know first hand that "Gold can deliver salvation". THEY
KNOW that gold will save your butt when all hell breaks out either
economically, or when an unthinkable military attack occurs.
gold coins currently sell for a small premium over their gold content.
am afraid that one day the government will indeed call gold in. Gold
bullion will be subject to government confiscation. ...This is the one
big advantage to numismatic (antique coins of special interest)
gold...It is an idiosyncrasy of governments that although they may
prohibit ownership of gold in any form, they are reluctant to touch
collections of numismatic gold coins...
Today, there are some 49 countries which forbid ownership of gold by
their citizens, but they do allow holding gold coins for numismatic
purposes. Even the former Soviet Union and Eastern European countries
tolerated the acquisition of numismatic gold coins. So these are the
only gold holdings that could be kept in your safety deposit box
without fear of confiscation."
Franz Pick- Economic Historian/ Economist
FIVE REASONS YOU
SHOULD BUY NOW
1) Low Premium- Currently these coins have low premiums over
their gold value. The premiums have doubled in the last few months.
The premiums have been higher in the past.
2) Affordable- Antique
European gold coins still appear to be reasonably priced. Their
smaller size make them highly liquid.
Many gold experts feel
that gold is cheap relative to other assets.
financial meltdown or panic, gold has historically been a refuge of
safety. Considering that the U.S economy is suffering from confusion
related to ObamaCare and general mismanagement, this is an excellent
time for you to buy a safety net for your family.
European Gold coins come in extremely fine condition. This means
everything is bold and clear on these antique gold pieces, similar to
if you reached in your pocket and grabbed a quarter dated a couple of
The Bank for International Settlement (B.I.S.)
Was formed in 1930 for the specific purpose of being the "Central
Bankers" Central Bank.
Ownership of the B.I.S. Is 84% held by foreign,
privately owned, Central Banks, and the remaining 16% is owned by certain elite
Ten times a year the Governors of the Central
Banks of The Group of 10 meet at the B.I.S. Headquarters in Basel, Switzerland
to set the monetary policy for the world.
Question. If the banker's bank historically
keeps its own affairs in GOLD FRANCS, is it wise for you to consider keeping
some of your assets in gold francs to help maintain your own economic viability?
Consider ordering some today at our low
prices. They are reasonably priced at close to their melt value and are an
excellent, private way for you to own gold.
French Napoleon III 20
franc gold coin Minted 1852 - 1870
Actual Gold Content: .1867 troy ounce
Napoleon III (1808-1873) was the nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte and Emperor of France from 1852 to 1870. Napoleon III strove to recover the power of France to the lofty stature achieved under his famous uncle, but his rule was undermined by a sequence of political blunders including rifts with the Vatican over lands and the French business community over his free trade policy with England. In the War of 1870, in part because of the political disunity at home, he met defeat in the superior tactics of the Prussians near Sedan. Within days, the diminished Napoleon III was unseated by a fresh revolution. Failing to recover the previous power of Napoleonic France he left France for England where he fell ill and died. Some historians claim from a "broken heart".
French Angel 20 franc gold coin Minted 1871 - 1898
Actual Gold Content: .1867 troy ounce
Of all the timeless European gold coins, the French Angel, minted from 1871 to 1898, is one of the most
The legend of the "Lucky Angel" began in the mid1790s during the French Revolution.
Augustus Dupre, the coin's designer, legend is that he bribed a criminal magistrate and was granted a reprieve from a date with the guillotine by the Lucky Angel coin in his own pocket.
In 1871, the style was resurrected for the gold French 20franc.
Switzerland Helvetia 20 franc gold coin Minted 1897 - 1930
Actual Gold Content: .1867 troy ounce
Due to its key geographical location, Switzerland has been a commercial and banking facility for countless decades. It's renowned for its function in the gold market where "the gnomes of Zurich" are thought to carry much power. The "gnomes" made their very first dash in the gold market when they convinced South Africa that Swiss lenders would become a better market for the gold in relation to the Birmingham variety. European gold company instantly adopted the South Africa lead. Known gold expert Timothy Green declared, "Gold is as much part of Europe since the Alps and skiing."
The Swiss 20-franc Helvetia is referred to informally since the "Vreneli" produced from "Verena" that is Switzerland's comparable to the Unites States' Lady Liberty. Patterned by Francoise Engli, this female in the obverse of the gold coin with the word "Helvetia" written above her
hair. When the Roman Empire extended northward into Gaul throughout the 2nd millennium B.C., the Helvetii were the dominant tribe within the region, and consequently Europe became known to the Romans as Helvetia. On the
back (reverse) is a image of the Swiss Cross surrounded by a shield, lying on an oak part.
Switzerland Confederatio Helvetica 20
franc gold coin Minted 1883 - 1896
Actual Gold Content: .1867 troy ounce
Willem III design
Netherlands 10 guilder
"Kings" in Extra-Fine/ About Uncirculated
condition are a top choice for bulk gold investors and
coin collectors. They offer exceptional scarcity,
historical importance, and classic European minting for
little more than the cost of bullion.
Minted from 1875 to 1889, these
classic Dutch gold coins feature Willem III, the last
king in the Orange-Nassau line. Willem was widely
admired as an enlightened constitutional monarch who
guided his nation through many progressive reforms.
scarcity, great value
Slightly larger in size and gold
content than French 20 franc Angels, Dutch 10 guilder
Kings are much scarcer than most of the European gold
coins we trade in bulk. A scant 7.8 million were minted,
all years combined, and most have been lost to
circulation and melting. This exceptional scarcity
provides the potential for increased premiums in a
rising gold market. But our Dutch Kings are trading for
nearly the same price as Angels, making them one of the
best values in European gold coins.
We highly recommend Netherlands 10
guilder Kings as a smart alternative to modern gold
bullion coins for investors seeking the extra leverage
to the gold market that scarce, classic gold coins can
Better than bullion. For virtually the same
price per ounce as modern bullion coins, XF/AU Dutch
Kings offer extra benefits like limited supply, constant
collector demand, complete financial privacy, and extra
profit potential because of scarcity. •
Exceptional scarcity. BU Dutch Kings are much
scarcer than French Angels, Roosters, and Swiss
Helvetias but trade for almost the same cost. Such
scarcity can mean can add leverage to a rising gold
Private, liquid, secure. These classic Dutch
gold coins are not reported to the IRS by brokers and
are exempt from government confiscation. They offer
complete financial privacy and instant liquidity.
10 Guilder, Willem III Minted: 1875 to 1889 Content: 0.1947 oz. pure gold Weight: 6.7290 grams
Dutch 10 Guilder Gold Coins are comprised of .1947 of
a troy ounce of gold. These nearly one fifth ounce gold coins have a
purchasing premium of less than modern American Gold Eagles in the 1/2,
1/4 and 1/10 sizes. All are dated from the late 1800 to the early 1900's
(Dates our option). These classic 10 guilder gold coins are 90% pure
gold with a 10% copper/silver alloy added for durability. (This is the
same gold/alloy composition ratio seen in historical U.S. gold coinage.)
The coins come in extra-Fine (EF) condition to about- uncirculated (AU)
"Today, much of
Europe shares a common currency, the Euro (€). But this is really nothing new.
Back in the days of the international gold standard, countries including France,
Switzerland, Belgium, Greece and Italy shared a common gold measure."
The 20-franc and 20 Lira,
each containing .1867 ounce pure gold are traded “dealer to dealer”
generically. It is common to see retail dealers “talk up” one coin over the
other. The truth is, in our experienced opinion, these coins should be bought
for their gold content and ultimately it just doesn’t matter if you get a 20
franc or 20 lire coin from France or Italy or any other country. Most 20 franc
coins meet the requirement of being pre-1933’. This arguably gives you a
“glorified bullion” coin that can be seen as a collectible coin rather than
a monetary bullion hoarding instrument. In the past when gold was illegal to own
from 1933 until January 1st, 1975, “collectors” were allowed to
keep their “collections” while monetary bullion holders were subject to
criminal and civil penalties from the Department of the Treasury if found to be
in possession of gold bullion.
simple truth is the government may never again compel bullion holders to turn
their gold in. Do you want to risk it? A desperate President and Treasury
Secretary can be like a drunken 800 pound gorilla… They feel they can do any
damn thing they want... and under the color of law and crisis... they can.
is simply that the possibility of another gold recall (a.k.a. confiscation) is
not going away. This possibility will continue to enhance the desirability of
owning these coins.
European Pre-1933 Gold
The majority of antique foreign (Euro-Gold)
meet the pre-1933 numismatic (collectible) criteria.
These coins are a terrific value especially when compared to fractional-sized
modern bullion coins and are the perfect choice when you consider the
possibility of gold confiscation.
These are the coins we deliver the most of
since they have low-premiums over their melt value, are sized about 1/5 to 1/4
troy ounce which makes them more negotiable. These antique gold coins are
internationally recognized, traded, and highly liquid. In short… they
represent great value and we feel they are the best choice for those who are
transferring a good amount of U.S. dollars into the safety of gold.
"Freedom is never more than one generation away
from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must
be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same."
President Ronald Reagan.
"To preserve independence, we must not let our rulers load us with perpetual debt. We must make our election between economy and liberty, or profusion and servitude."
Thomas Jefferson, 1816
"If we ever forget we are One Nation Under God,
then we will be a nation gone under"
"We should be unfaithful to ourselves if we should ever lose sight of the danger to our liberties if anything partial or extraneous should infect the purity of our free, fair, virtuous, and independent elections."
(Question: Would non-citizen voters in key swing
states, who do NOT need I.D. to prove who they are and/or
citizenship pose a threat to an honest election?)
"Those who hammer their guns
into plows will plow for those who do not."
"One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being ruled by your inferiors"
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The Silver American Eagle
. The American Silver Eagle is the most popular current production coin in the USA.
The United States Mint has been producing Silver American Eagles since 1986.
This one troy ounce (31.1 grams) large silver dollar coin has a face value of one dollar and includes one troy ounce of 99.999% (three-nines) pure silver.
The Silver American Eagle is also minted as a PROOF coin for collectors and investors. Over the years the coins were produced at three United States mints. The Philadelphia mint, generated only "business strike" or standard issue coins. The West Point, New York and the San Francisco, California mints both have produced PROOF coins as well as business strikes
"It is one thing for the newspapers to keep blathering about an economic recovery that is nowhere in evidence for most Americans, but quite another to have us infer that the currency of our bankrupt nation is correctly viewed as a safe haven for investors."
has been considered valuable since time immemorial, can
anyone believe gold can be so valued by every society,
both past and present, because of prejudice or mistaken
Example of coins available for delivery.
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Gold French 20 Franc Rooster AGW .1867 Gold French 20 Franc Rooster AGW .1867
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Gold British Sovereign AGW .2354 Gold British Sovereign AGW .2354
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1 Kilo (32.15 oz) Gold Bar .999+ Fine 1 Kilo (32.15 oz) Gold Bar .999+ Fine
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1921-P, D, or S Morgan Dollar (VG - XF) 1921-P, D, or S Morgan Dollar (VG - XF)
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