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stacy ray, well, i have an important piece here that i want to discuss because it is a got a lot of attraction from the blue check twitter crowd, mainly those who are more democratic, leading, liberal leaning economists. and they see this as a good solution. the headline of that topic we're going to get to is biden's spending bill won't save the middle class. and the reason is because property prices an asset prices as all where it's at. and they're basically suggesting, in my opinion and asking now. so i want to remind people what an asking out is that my english pronunciation of the french word for the paper bill issued in france as currency from 178921796. during the french revolution, a financial expedient on the part of the revolutionary government, the increasing issuance of the astronauts resulted in inflation, inflation here as a bit of an understatement. if i believe this is a british, a catalog here that we,
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i took this from the definition, it's very understated, of what happens to the us ignore which i caused chaos and hyperinflation and collapse. but in december, $1789.00 to pay its immediate debts, a national assembly issued the asking not as a bond bearing 5 per cent interest with the recently nationalized church lands as security. by september, 1790. the assembly may the asset now into a paper currency, and the amount in circulation was increased from 400000000 leave to 1200000000. the initial effect of the paper currency was beneficial, simulating economic growth and eliminating a money shortage. that sounds like today, right? all the positive stuff that happened after 2000 late financial crisis. and now here we're doing a 2nd round of money printing, but a deep public distrust of paper money. and the fear that the cur see,
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would be worthless if the uncertain revolutionary regime collapse soon cause the, asking not to depreciate, i hyper inflate memory, it's a political event as a change of mindset that happens, that is very dangerous to any theat currency for right. so the peasants, after winning the revolutionary insurrection against the royals, and proceeded to collateralized lots of stuff, including church property, to issue some paper money. and this was met with this stunning, ah, kind of repudiation of the laws of physics by suggesting that they could simply collateralized everything under the sun to create more paper money to pay off the interest on the previous paper money to create more paper money. so in the united states and around the world, what we've seen over the past 20 or 30 years, a warner called collateralized debt obligation c b o's. this is essentially the
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modern equivalent of the ass and yacht panic, gave us the subprime crisis. they gave us the global financial crisis. they gave us the stock market created by 397 a gave us the bond market crashed, 1993. and today what the article that you're talking about is that buy it and stimulus plan won't really work at their pointing out that there is always an end game to the amount of, of tickets you can sell on the same item that the kids just like that movie the producers, remember they sold more tickets than they had seats, knowing that the show would be a bomb. and the, so this is a, at the end game and to map it with the, the present revolve of the french revolution. you know, we were just in, in paris in on this is still a hot selling item in paris. these are t shirts featuring the guillotine. and so the memory of,
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of the reign of terror were approximately $40000.00 bankers were decapitated, is still fresh in the minds of friends population. and they considered earth one of the greatest events of their history. so yet the reign of terror or the terror as is called in france, it did happen during the asking not stage in terms of what they're talking about in the biden story in the bible spending bill won't save the middle class. the article here which was widely circulated, as i said, it's written by 2 university of sydney professors martin just corning's and lisa adkins and another author garrath brown. and it came out last week and it talked about the fact that employment is no longer away to the middle class. that the only way to be in the middle class is through asset ownership in particular property. and they note that that for some reason, this is a marked feature of the past for decades and anglo capitalist societies. we don't
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know what happened in the last 40 years. something they say before the 19 seventy's property ownership was only one element of a lifestyle organized around stable, lifelong employment. so the deplorable as in america will say that was the time make america great again was when you had an organized structure life around stable employment. that house price lottery, the luck of the draw, of having like your house price, go up 203035 percent of some cities right now in this past year. and america due to the excessive, huge money printing. so they're saying they're identifying the problem. that is, jobs no longer do it in the anglo saxon economies of the west. for some reason, something happened 40 something years ago. that has changed this and work no longer does it. so biden's plan to tax to raise taxes on the wealthy. the rich, the rich income earners the top one percent of income earners. and to
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a tax. you know, some other other things that are not asset related, right? if they could tax income in america at a 100 percent, then you wouldn't make a dance and the debt for 20 years. and we know exactly what happened for 40 years ago. it was reagan factors and the deregulation, and they did auction of the modern derivatives market, which separated labor from the economy in a way that allowed asset speculators on wall street to become fabulously rich, without having the burden of rising wages, which they shipped over to china. also, to help them become fabulously rich at the expense of everybody else. so as the article points out there is an end, again, you can all the collateral eyes the same thing. so many times you can only sell the same, don't it. so many times before somebody figures out that, hey, there's no, don't it here that's just the whole. and that's what's happening in america or try to survive on the whole in the don't it. and they're saying,
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we sold this whole in the don't. 15 times at goldman sachs and we got rich because we got paid a fee on the collateral session of the whole and the don't it. and now the, everybody else america's broke, and they don't generate enough income for us to tax, to pay down the debt that we incurred by deregulation and derivative training. going back to reagan mather out there to move from there. like, what do we do? am i point your attention once again to those t shirt, their friend figured it out wrecked in limbo? 1896 or so. this is once waiting america. zoe. hello for. hello to your new friend . out there, east hampton. chopped up. of course i will. correct. people that the french revolution happened at 1787, not 1890 said yes, doris, little rid of his chains and there the reign of terror happened in like 179293 sort of area. so. 6 whatever, okay, this, this is not a history lesson, this is a financial and economic lesson. so that they've identified the point they're
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saying basically the united states is like french revolutionary france, right? we've set up a system whereby the only way to have any wealth is that our own one of these, the asking not to have a property backed economy. so we have a property backed economy, but they point out that this middle class politics contains a built in self destruction mechanism over time. rising property prices make it more and more difficult for ordinary people. even those earning decent wages to buy into it. so i want to continue with this, is that what we're seeing right now, the conflict that the stress, the distress, the unrest in economies in these anglo saxon economies that they point out the united states, britain, ireland, australia, new zealand, where all these house price, property bubbles, are the substitution for what used to be an organizing principle of having of
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a job to go to that was exposed. the article also points out. during the pandemic, we were all got sent home and we all get sent money every he got that money. the bankers got that money, the lawyers that sent money, the doctors got sent money. all the p. p. p loans, all the free money for all these businesses. everybody got enhanced unemployment benefits. and what did we see? we saw a massive, massive increase of property prices. we saw massive increase and, and profits for, for big corporations. we saw the stock prices, cattle pulled up higher. we saw like with huge gap up. so they're suggesting they, they come to exactly the wrong conclusion. like what you should have done with asking, not when you looked at it, instead of doubling down and tripling down and, and quadrupling the money supply will have to do is end the pansy because that's the only way to stop a ponzi is to end
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a pansy so they say that they were disappointed that there's a lack of interest in taxing wealth that they, we need to take that wealth back. we need to seize those church lands again, we need to seize the assets from these people and that we need to introduce unconditional payments or the end game of the new world of asset inflation. so that given more money to just the bottom, like 50 percent, they don't name a number, but given give them more cash to jump on to the scheme of an economy based on something so stupid as a ponzi scheme like this. like you want the asset inflation doesn't build anything . it's not. wealth creation is just like number go up for no reason. plus is fallacious argument because for example, with block rock, they own tens of thousands 1000000 brabs residential homes. now that they purchase with free money from the fed. yeah. their own,
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they say we're going to flood the lower class with money to help them achieve a good some kind of objective. what that is, is simply a cloaked way of saying we need though, bail out wall street again. we develop black run again. so this is just another chapter in the series of money printing to bailout. this'll increase the wealth and income gap and it will increase as the economist calls it, social cohesion risk. i think they're saying is you need to take that asset. so if black rock owns a 1000000 properties, they don't need to own a 1000000, we'll let them own 10000. we're going to take, sees those other ones, give those to the people, or let them buy a bid for it. with the free money we give them. so we're, if they just want to keep the free money going, keep the spigots open, but just try to push the spigot somewhere else. it doesn't change the system itself . we're in a reign of terror sort of moment where we ok,
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they got rid of the monarchy, but then what were they going to have? and there was this chaos right until order was restored by napoleon and perhaps that wasn't the best solution. who knows? but nevertheless, like here we're in this moment of like trying to keep that system alive when something else needs to happen. well, something else has already happened is called big white. and i think this sort of story had been revealed this truth about what the economy is. it's set up on a, basically an, a modern not asking yacht system, that's an us thing, not economy. right? so if there are nationalizing huge parts of the economy, which is generally what happens also after an insurrection and the harbinger of communism, all right, will be back right after this. don't go away. ah ah,
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a housewife could secure a regular employment status. it's in the final semester. i'm not sure what i'm what i'm like and usually with ah, welcome back to the kaiser report, i max kaiser time now to return to lars lap bar, who recently spoke at the gold show in new orleans. with a speech about, quote, fixed the money fix, the war. all lawrence, welcome back. thank you very much, max. nice to be with you. i haven't actually given the speech up. it's coming in a couple weeks. oh, excellent. all right, well get a bit of a preview. now you are speaking about some money, gold and big going are you will in the speech to a gold minecraft. and what do you feel like they are and what are you anticipating from that? i don't know, i suspect i'll get some pushback from some as,
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as i've said in other interviews, i think there's a part of the goal community is really missing and misunderstanding bitcoin. and part of my mission as a goldberg, long term, goldberg and still remaining a gold budget to educate a gold people as to why bitcoin is a, it's another quiver arrow. and the quiver of those of us who are fighting the central bank measurement pitcher bombing. so i think their allies, i don't think it's a case of them being a mutually exclusive of a i think when you both in order to take down this cropped system course called bugs are well aware of the price manipulation that goes on and galled it's been going on for quite some time, central banks on huge quantities of gold makes it easier for them to to interfere with what the price discovery and but you know, instead of complaining shit and called bugs, just dump it, dump golden and, and join the perfect money man out of a coin i, i complain it, they just, they appear to be whining unnecessarily. at this point i hear your point matches. i
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don't disagree that, but christ got a lot of great qualities. i think they both have good qualities and they're different right? now, you know, as a, as a money manager and my job is to balance risk to reward for a bunch of industrial. some of them are older, some of whom don't like volatility. and an 85 percent brought out to be shocking to them. so, you know, my view is that a, you know, goal has worked not the way it should be, obviously as you and i both know because of the price suppression. but if you look at the last 20 years, it's been up on average 9 percent a year, which is, you know, more than more than bonds or in case something is actually more than a lot of stocks, not more than the triple cues. but i, you know, it's, it's the case of what you want to do if you want to be of the absolute fastest risk on asset which is bitcoin monetary asset, which is bitcoin. or you want to be in the slow and steady taurus monetary us, which is gold and goes not going to be completely demonetized immediately. i know there are people. ready who think it will be, and i don't disagree that over time it could be, but i don't think it's going to happen instantly on the notion that goal is dead. i
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think is incorrect with a 6000000000 people on the planet. less than 10 percent of them understand bitcoin, adopting erskin to drive bit points, price fire. but when, when the inflation that i see coming and i believe you see coming as well occurs, they're both going to win. you can win in either place. and so people should be comfortable with whatever they want to do in terms of a sound. my asset, as i say, you know, i, i've got investors to upgrade, you know, bought bitcoin of 17000. and in the fall of 2018 or 17, they would have, you know, they wouldn't been able to handle it when it went down to 3500. and so there's a place for both. it depends on what kind of an investor you are. right. well, yet it may just to be clear them bitcoin is mathematically guaranteed to increase purchasing power, whereas gold is guarantee to maintain purchasing power. so it's a question of whether you want to maintain your purchasing power or whether you want to increase your purchasing power. that's the fundamental question. i grew that. yeah, i mean, so,
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i mean if you're an investor and you manage money for people, your job is to make people money. so for, for fiduciaries, if the choice should be bitcoin over gold. and if, if, if in fact, you're just a hobbyist and you like to pretty rocks, that's another question. so now you talk about these 2 as being sound of money as a moral issue. all right? so elaborate on the moral issue aspect of this is, i think you would agree with me. in fact, the matter is that the printing money is counterfeiting, pretty money is lie. and, and, you know, it's stealing from the working person that the middle class and the lower class, and a lot of the problems that we've seen in the world in the past. you know, if you're one of the girls that are really on 71, i believe we're driven by the abandonment of some money. and of course, but going to exist 2008. so gold was really your only choice now. and you know, honest weights and measures are something that through millennium have been proved
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to be an important characteristic of how you run an economy your run efficiently. and the fact that we move to dishonest, weights and measures when we run off the gold standard. and it's only gotten worse, it's compounded over time and gotten worse, as in my opinion, been why, you know, we've had incredible technological development since 1971. and yet it's been enjoyed by the one percent, not by everybody. you know, the fact that matter is the productivity j, unequally share. and the reason for that is the money's on. so i should point out it and remind folks that you are in a, a rare group of folks and that you are both at big coin and gold advocate. and you can speak about both. and this is a highly sought after demographic, you know, people and i can actually talk about both sides of this debate. so we appreciate that and, and do a great job doing it. and then, you know, we can talk about sound money all day long. what we run into lawrence is that when you talk about morality and money,
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the other side of the debate equates money printing west morality because you can provide universal basic income. i meant a one trillion dollar platinum coin to rescue the economy. you said, i'm saying so morality for the money printers, you know, they're taking the high moral road. lawrence, well, they think they think they are, but we've got history on our side. you know, back. i mean, the fact of the matter is that every time they try to experiment, like those are the last 5 years, it's fail. i mean, you know, m m t is nothing more than you're maps, theory of state money and journalism. and that's what led to the weimer hyperinflation. you know, they, they, they are telling a lie, and you know, for a short period of time, they can tell a lie and get away with it. because, you know, cheney said that was a, don't matter. and guess what, to some degree, they haven't matter, but it's, it's science law, right? i mean if something cannot go on forever, it will add and the fact of the matter is this cannot go on forever. this my running eventually and becomes monopoly money. we all know that,
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and it's exhilarating. i mean, we're getting really, really close to it now. you know, let me just touch a little bit if you don't mind on this in place, does transitory narrative. that's trying to shut down our throats. but i found it hysterical it as recently as a few days ago, 923 in the wall street journal. headline read. officials now see transitory in place and lasting quite a while. ok, transitory last and quite a while. all right. what's that all about right now? you know, the fact of the matter is they've got a serious problem. and the problem is that they're running a policy and they're running it by printing money. and you know, it has to get ever bigger and they have to continue running that scheme that they don't it employed. so. and so, you know, the end point of that is when everyone realizes the running of francis jim brush unblocked sam and we all buy sound money, which is, you know, in my opinion, gold amber corps. right? well, we know one of the reasons that they do manipulate the price of gold is to prevent
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gold from signaling to the market that there's inflation, right? there's a lot people to think that their fear money is sound money. but now after decades of pulling every possible accounting fraud, entricken, the book to hide the inflation by not calling asset price inflation inflation, or by um, recalculating how c p i is calculated or lying about g d p members or shipping america's productivity to china. for example, that worked great for 20 years to hide the inflation. but now they've run out of tricks right, that david copperfield, he reaches into his bag of monetary tricks and it thing is got nothing right there . that there's no more trek. so than flight inflation is here, the signal it's signaling to people. busy that the purchasing power of their paper money is and grave jeopardy. so this sets up inflationary expectations which are
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self fulfilling. prices go up because people are panic buying. i'm starting to see this already both on the consumer level, but on the industrial level we hear various commodities. industrial commodities are, are in short supply. and so countries and companies are panic, buying these commodities. what are you seeing? i see the same kind of thing. i mean, shortages are occurring all over the placement here in boston. as an example, having trouble getting a bus drivers for 2 schools. and they were talking about bringing people from the national guard to drive the buses, which i found shocking. and you know, just what happens when you don't, when you have shortages on your supply problems. just to your basic economics. one, a, one less, the bar prices are going up. and it's, it's outrageous is price is going up. i mean, you know, in the last year owns you're on europe like 19.7 percent. that didn't happen in the housing bubble. you know, the, the i a, some study was out just this morning, month on monday. i assume price is paid report,
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$1.00 of 2.2 percent of the on twitter was kind enough to compile that for us 30 percent a year. i assume price increase, you know, and we've all seen the container shipping. of course, the other side will cite the lumber example as well, lumber, triple that came back up. all right, fine. so there are some problems with the sawmills and lumber went up, but the bottom line is, as you know, as i know it is anyone who seriously looking at economic data knows there is inflation raging everywhere. absolutely. everywhere. and, you know, the friend is playing steri fab, right? you know, they're going to taper, oh my goodness, you know, we're going to get this under control. even if they do tape or they are so far behind the curve, but it's insane. you know, i mean, it's going to turn and it's going to turn, bitcoin is going to go a lot higher goals. going to go a lot higher. and people who have, you know, assets in the sound money category. and we're going to make money with childlike cheese. i mean it's just going to be unbelievable. ready how things are going to get transferred into our camp is certainly politicians dictate economic policy. i
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mean, i look at what's happening in the u. k. then britain and ok. the politics in that country led them to branson and they lost 100000 truck drivers. right dated the bank said that the, all the truck drivers went back to the in you and now they're trying to get them all back right now i'll have that in the space of 36 months and then they can make deliveries on, on gas and food so it should, so the, the level of financial literacy and the political class is that a now insanely disproportionate to the amount of power the politicians have in, in our lives shouldn't, shouldn't politicians go to like economics to want to why and or something at least to learn how to add 2 plus to lawrence. well, one would certainly think and obviously, even if they did, may even they know better the promise, the incentive structure set up. so they get power by, you know, by wielding power over us. and you know, that's why nancy pelosi tre stocks,
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and that's why, you know, even fred recently, i mean, are, those are the important part of this whole narrative max, i'm sure you're, you know, focused on, as well as that is really starting to lose credibility, right? they got a serious problem and they had 2 guys insider trading just had to resign. i mean, it's, you know, things are coming fast and furious now and, and, you know, as you say, you know, it's, it's a cycle. once you know, one guy sees prices go up, you want higher wages, then another set of prices go back. i want higher wages. i mean, this is, we have got a serious, serious inflation from. it's going to be much bigger than anyone ever imagine. and i can kind of remember this because i was a teenager in the seventy's and i remember the issues. i mean, it was, it was amazing. i think the price of everything just went up relentlessly. and i had the next, you know, 10 years going to be the 70s on steroids. i'll exciting the 70 and another segment . thanks to bring on this part of the guys report. all right, that's going to do for this additional cost report with may max kaiser and stacy
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