Jeff Berwick: Beyond indebted

In an interview with Superwealth author Max Borders, the Duke of Acapulco explains why constant government monetary inflation is a model which may have temporarily ‘worked’ at the beginning of the global fiat age, from 1971 onwards, but how it is now an entirely broken system and why we are now heading towards a total paper money collapse.

Rather splendidly, the hard core Mr Berwick has a plastic glass of white wine in one hand, and a magnificently large cigar in the other. Although he does keep going in and out of focus – perhaps because of all the alcohol and nicotine – this is another excellent Berwickian exposition of the world around us.

Watch out for the answer on what he would do with government if he were in charge of it for one day:

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