from Washington Free Beacon:
Paul Joseph Watson:
Clinton sent an email to close confidante and advisor Cheryl D. Mills on August 19, 2011 featuring the text of an article entitled Do You Suffer From Decision Fatigue?
The article talks about how people in positions of power and influence can suffer from “decision fatigue” that causes them to be “low on mental energy” and prompts the sufferer to “become reckless” and “act impulsively”.
The article also explains how “decision fatigue” could explain why “ordinarily sensible people get angry at colleagues,” which is possibly a nod to Clinton’s infamous temper tantrums that have left her staffers in tears.
A Gold Standard "Comes After War, Not Before" Macquarie Warns "The Private Sector Will Never Recover"
Precious metals are on SALE...
Quick beat of the redundant drums once again, before diving into the subject matter. One of the loneliest most difficult jobs is knowing some critical truths that others don’t, and furthermore don’t believe. And that is compounded by the fact that this knowledge is tied to subject matter that some of your associates have already claimed to be supreme experts. Equal to you, and sometimes superior to you in all matters of thinking. They have FOX or CN’BS” at their disposal.
Fiat money does not have any intrinsic value. What value it has depends on public confidence in the currency’s issuer. Legal tender is any currency declared legal by a government. Many governments issue a fiat currency and then make it legal tender by setting it as the standard for repaying debt. – “Investopedia”
Hedging against a currency collapse is one of the primary reasons to hold precious metals is physical form.
In part 2 of our “religious financialization’ series continues with the objections that emerge out of the real blasphemy – that fiat is the ultimate ruler of value.
Venezuela — Life in Venezuela now consists of empty grocery stores, record rates of violent crime, and widespread shortages of just about everything. The economic and political conditions have been deteriorating for years, but recent stories coming from this once-rich nation are astonishing. Bars have run out of beer, McDonald’s can’t get buns for their Big Macs, and rolling blackouts are a regular occurrence. The average person spends over 35 hours a month waiting in line to buy their rationed goods, and even basics like toilet paper and toothpaste are strictly regulated.