Rafi Farber – All Fiat Currencies Eventually Go to Zero

https://www.youtube .com/watch?v=C35zC_IfYy4

SBTV spoke with Rafi Farber, publisher of The End Game Investor, about the need to accumulate the best money (gold) now before the dollar and fiat currencies become worthless.Rafi Farber’s The End Game Investor: https://seekingalpha.com/checkout?service_id=mp_1347Discussed in this interview: 00:00 Introduction 01:47 JP Morgan spoofing the precious metals market 03:57 Biggest gold draw down on COMEX 09:08 Gold is money 13:11 Dollar’s eventual demise 16:44 Global bankruptcy 21:23 Gold is still the base of the financial system 24:04 Will the Fed hike rates like Volcker? 26:19 New leadership needed post-crisisBuy & store gold and silver with Silver Bullion: https://www.silverbullion.com.sg​​ Silver Bullion Investor Kit: https://bit.ly/35ujSB1​​ Silver Bullion Twitter: https://twitter.com/SilverBullionPL Silver Bullion Instagram: @silverbullionsg

18 thoughts on “Rafi Farber – All Fiat Currencies Eventually Go to Zero

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    1. So from what I am hearing is that the Government leaders are COWARDS AND LYING THEIVES!!! Lol 😆. GET THEM OUT AMERICA
      !!! 😡

  2. Rafi, the people in power do have shitloads of gold, silver, real assets. If you think they don’t, then the ones you’ve got in mind are simply not in power.

  3. I’m confused on something if silver is so much more under valued then gold why did gold outperform silver in Venezuela hyperinflation?

  4. 1:38 Yes, “funny” (but not) how the racqueteering charges never materialized ….
    Bank cartels are in control people – Vatican, City of London and bank cartels (IMF, BIS, WB, Fed Res, etc)
    Wake up.
    If you don’t hold it, you don’t own it.

  5. 1:49 “doesn’t matter … spoofing is a short term trick …”
    It’s a “short term” trick played OVER and OVER and OVER again for decades, if not over a century already.
    But “none of it matters”. I’ll agree to disagree. I understand what you’re saying, but the damage done by these low life goon banksters is not acceptable.

    If this doesn’t convince you to get your wealth out of THEIR fiat digital non-existent system, I don’t know what will.
    Thanks Patrick, as always! 🙏🏾🙏🏾

  6. 11:12 “…and a slight amount of gold in Fort Knox which is also on their (Fed Res) balance sheet…”
    And the actual owner of “US gold reserves” is the almighty Fed Res, NOT the free, independent people of America.
    As is the story in other countries – it’s the bank cartels who own it all people.
    We need to wake up, get all wealth out of THEIR fiat system, and get & stay independent of gov’ts.

  7. Appreciate how you conduct interviews Patrick – always strong investigative journalism bringing light onto what’s really going on!

  8. 13:18 Brilliant question/comment Patrick, about banks holding cash in system by paying interest to other banks to NOT lend it out and thus that currency never gets out into the economy – SO THAT it looks like their balance sheet is decreasing. 👍🏾👍🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾🏋🏾‍♂️🏋🏾‍♂️💃🏾

  9. 16:50 No gold or silver standard. Just implement what’s ALREADY in the Constitution, that only physical gold and silver can settle debt. Paper/digits can NEVER be made legal tender.

  10. 21:50 We’re still on a “gold standard” cause “dollars are exchangeable for gold at $1750…”
    Hmmmmmm, then we’re on a lettuce standard too, cause I can exchange my dollars for lettuce.
    The whole point of a gold standard (imo, unnecessary, we merely go back to using physical gold and silver, as standards allow for the manipulation) is that any paper or digits created canNOT be more than what’s there in physical metals.
    22:25 – 23:15 Price of gold and silver doesn’t fall or increase, it’s the currency substitute that loses value, ultimately, and it ALWAYS takes more of the currency substitutes to buy same amount of physical as fiat currencies lose purchasing power.
    Go back to BEFORE 1920s, gold fixed for centuries at “same amount” in terms of purchasing power.

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