A few months ago, we published “Invisible Experiments With Money and Gold” which was the result of Q&A with the authors of the book “The Silver Bomb” (available on Amazon.com and highly recommended reading). The article went truly viral. With so many positive comments from readers, we are following up with a new Q&A. In it, we look at the fundamental functioning of our society. The authors believe that the inevitable unmasking of today’s (artificial) world will lead to increased transparency on a large scale and an appreciation of gold.
The authors Michael MacDonald and Christopher Whitestone have a fundamentals based view and put human behavior at the epicenter of the world. They fully agree with Jim Grant who once pointed out that “we are playing in a rigged casino,” pointing to the figures that are communicated by officials which are artificial and manipulated.
Chart analysis was useful as a historical record of events. Charts allow us to look back and see the effect of actions in the market. Hence, it allows us to anticipate to some degree. Christopher Whitestone confesses the following:
“I doubt if anticipating the future based upon charts is effective anymore. The real things that affect the market are not chartable. They have to do with decisions at the top, in a world where the markets are in a complete reaction to central bank delivery of never ending money base expansion. Technical charting cannot take into account the actions of power structures. It’s not about whether the supply is up, demand is down, or another fundamental economics formula. The point is now whether the fake supply is up or fake demand is down.”
The world in which definitions are completely destroyed
Things are not what they appear to be. The media has become a mouth piece of those that literally own it. They have created their view of the world. We live in a time where the mission of the media as the social watchdog to keep the rest of us informed has completely changed. It has therefore become a propaganda broadcasting system.
In this world, the definitions of things are completely destroyed. What the creditor calls debt, the borrower calls money. We have now this debt based system which is already a perversion of the concept of money. Money is created when debt has incurred and not the other way around. Money in existence was once obtained through trade with equivalent goods or services and could also be advanced in the form of a loan, which is a positive currency. That is the opposite of what we have today, a debt based currency, which is a negative currency.