Thursday , 17 August 2017


Leeb: U.S. Gov't Showing Signs of Desperation & Fear Regarding Gold

The U.S. government is destroying its own currency and is now showing signs of desperation and fear regarding the gold market [going as far as] to label goldbugs as terrorists.

When Stephen Leeb (www.leeb.net) was asked by King World News how he responds to the government labeling him and others as potential terrorists for owning gold and suggesting people buy gold because the U.S. is going broke after going off the gold standard, Leeb stated, “The nature of a comment like that strikes me as desperation. When you are turning up the printing presses, common sense tells you that you are destroying your own currency” going on to say (written word) and in broadcast version:

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