Hard Asset Money Show -- When Transitory Leads to Permanent Inflation Mistakes

01/11/22 - Inflation is here to stay. In fact, it has been aggressively growing over the last 12-18 months. Inflation has been growing much faster than rising wages, which can lead to the next recession. During this same stretch, rare coin prices have been going through the roof.

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Hard Asset Money Show -- CBDC rollout, the BIS and the IMF

9/27/23 We see the move for central banking digital currencies. We see the integration happening between the Bank for International Settlements, the central banks, and then to the intermediate central bank and the facilitating institutions like the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank out of DC openly talking about this stuff now is no longer conspiracy theory, it's conspiracy fact headed our way.
Hard Asset Money Show -- CBDC Ramifications of the G20 Summit

09/21/23 When the G20 met this year, one of the hot topics was how to implement CBDCs across the globe, and a white paper shows the ramping up of the Central Bank Digital Currency and cross border payments. It’s a software architecture system that would allow a centralized digital token to be able to convert local government currencies into the digital currency in the initial launch.
Hard Asset Money Show -- Corporate Transparency Act with Mandy Gunasekara and Tom Fuentes

09/15/23 Christian Briggs guests on a very special podcast of Operation Truth. Also on the show are Former Assistant Director of the FBI, Tom Fuentes, and special guest, Mandy Gunasekara, the former Chief of Staff for the Environmental Protection Agency under the Trump Administration and a legal expert in her own right. Today, the topic of conversation is The Corporate Transparency Act and how it gives the federal government powers to confiscate private citizens assets potentially on a technicality due to a document misfiling. This will affect all LLCs big and small in the United States and will affect how you submit your yearly taxes. You will want to pay attention. Not paying attention could result in $10,000 to $250,000 in fines, all your assets being ceased, and up to 10 years in jail.