Segment 1: The Empire is Falling, Falling!
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This year of 2020 has brought the bankruptcy of America into crystal clear focus. Ensnared by a debt-based monetary system, the U.S. is not growing at a rate fast enough to outpace its reckless spending. Economist and best-selling author Jerry Robinson sounds the alarm to wake up Americans to this brutal truth and to share economic hope for those who are eager to prepare for the inevitable.
- Sign #1 is America’s debt-based monetary system. The U.S. dollar is a Federal Reserve Note (loan) that must be paid back. America’s economic system sits atop a foundation of usury, which has created today’s outrageous and unsustainable debts.
- Sign #2 is the systematic destruction of the U.S. dollar that is occurring before our very eyes. The Federal Reserve continues to make historic moves that are leading to a massive debasing of the U.S. dollar’s purchasing power.
- Sign #3 is that the Federal Reserve operates with near zero accountability. Scandals plague the U.S. banking industry at an unprecedented level. The fox is guarding the hen house.
- Sign #4 is a America’s over-reliance upon credit. Debt is at record highs at every level of the government and nearly every level of society. America’s debt binge is going to be its undoing.
- CONTEST: One lucky winner will receive a free audio version of Jerry’s best-selling book, Bankruptcy of Our Nation
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- (Audio Book) Bankruptcy of Our Nation by Jerry Robinson
- Billionaire investor Ray Dalio on capitalism’s crisis: The world is going to change ‘in shocking ways’ in the next five years (MarketWatch)
- First Mover: As Central Banks Print $1.4B an Hour, Bitcoiners Bet on Federal Reserve ‘Capture’’ (Nasdaq)
- FinCEN Files: HSBC moved Ponzi scheme millions despite warning (BBC)
- (BOOK) Bankruptcy of Our Nation by Jerry Robinson
Segment 2: The Final Word w/ Jerry Robinson
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Jerry closes out today’s show with a gentle reminder of our moral responsibility to help the less fortunate when we have it within our means to do so.