Fake Money Free-For-All

 

Emma Walsh

Aug. 2, 2020

 

The Federal Reserve’s seemingly bottomless reservoir of money is funding the fights against poverty… drugs… terrorism… COVID-19… and even racism.

Thanks to the 24/7 printing press, the honest money system – which forces the feds to weigh costs against benefits – has gone out the window. It’s a fake-money free-for-all.

So while gold is racing to new highs… and stock investors are ignoring the damning economic reports… Bill is devising interesting ways to give away the Fed’s fake money…

Regards,
Emma Walsh
Managing Editor, Bill Bonner’s Diary

 


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