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Currency Wars

currency warsInformation from this investigation has already been shared with the Pentagon, CIA, Congress, and the Treasury . . .

The findings from what you’re about to view suggest that our government, our economy, and your wealth may soon fall victim to a devastating and incomprehensible assault from the rise of Currency Wars.

Appearing in this video investigation is a team of the top minds in economics, politics, and national security . . . including presidential candidate and Chairman of Forbes Media — Steve Forbes, an adviser of National Intelligence, the Pentagon, and the CIA — James Rickards, acclaimed economist and author of NY Times best-seller Aftershock — Robert Wiedemer, and global currency analyst — Sean Hyman.
To be discussed on this powerful investigation:
• Discover why the Federal Reserve and Capitol Hill may have intentionally
launched a currency war against China, Iran, and much of the world.
And learn what our enemies are doing to retaliate.
• Learn of the untold impact of quantitative easing and “Operation Twist”
on the wealth of average Americans. Have these financial aggressions caused
you to be unknowingly robbed of over a quarter of your net worth?
• Become aware of unconventional attacks our enemies could use to bring
down the financial markets and our economy in a single day.
• Find out whether China has been using their military to secretly stockpile gold.
And learn what effect this will have on the dollar and gold prices if the
truth comes to light that they are doing so.
• Assess whether Iran will close off the Strait of Hormuz, causing an energy inflation shockwave, and uncover an under-the-radar alliance they’ve formed with China and Russia that threatens our dollar’s status as the world’s reserve currency.

 


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