Tag Archives: Detlev Schlichter

Detlev Schlichter: All power to the state! – Money madness at the IMF

The author of Paper Money Collapse has one or two things to say about the IMF. Advertisements

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Detlev Schlichter: Keiser Report – Boom & Bust Vicious Cycle

In this dedicated excerpt, Herr Schlichter is interviewed by Mr Keiser, where they discuss the onrushing road towards the upcoming paper money collapse: Here’s the YouTube blurb: Excerpt from The Keiser Report with Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert. Max talks … Continue reading

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The crack cocaine of endless cheap cash

Herr Schlichter discusses the ever-accelerating money printing cycle that is bringing financial disaster to the entire western world closer by the day. Don’t ever say in the future we didn’t warn you. We saw it coming all the time. Or … Continue reading

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Schlichter: This will end badly

Herr Schlichter dissects the latest ramblings from the mighty bearded technocrat of Princeton. Oh, how we should weep in lamentation, as the paper money collapse is given a kick further down into the rabbit hole of its own inevitable oblivion: … Continue reading

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U.S. Republicans introduce gold standard debate – mainstream media go mental

Herr Schlichter examines the faux debate around the new American gold commission, which even if it actually happens, will simply deliver the same result as the last one. And even if somehow intelligence and common sense were to momentarily strike … Continue reading

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More QE is on the way: The central banks are digging themselves a deeper hole

Herr Schlichter comes back from Africa to see that the financial world is in an even deeper hole than when he left. Favourite quote: “QE – and zero interest rates – is the policy equivalent of crack cocaine.”

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Detlev Schlichter: The death of banks – and the future of money

The German hard money guru looks beyond the forthcoming collapse of paper money, in an excellent piece. As a hard asset man myself, I’m unsure about BitCoin. However, once some bright spark invents cold fusion and we can electrolyse almost … Continue reading

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