RED ALERT!! Jim Willie WARNING The End Of The (Petro)Dollar Will Crash By October 2017

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After a pullback, cryptocurrencies are rising again. Jeff Berwick from The Dollar Vigilante joins Silver Doctors to discuss the recent price action. Are any cryptocurrencies in a bubble? Some cryptocurrencies could be approaching “bubble territory,” but not Bitcoin Berwick says.

Berwick predicts cryptocurrencies could replace central banks. Almost all governments are bankrupt and depend on central banks for funding, he explains. Cryptocurrencies are therefore not only a threat to central banks, but also governments themselves.

Does Bitcoin have intrinsic value like gold and silver do? Stay tuned to find out why Berwick believes Bitcoin does have intrinsic value…
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Total Government And Personal Debt In The U.S. Has Hit 41 Trillion Dollars ($329,961.34 Per Household)

We are living in the greatest debt bubble in the history of the world.  In 1980, total government and personal debt in the United States was just over the 3 trillion dollar mark, but today it has surpassed 41 trillion dollars.


Home ownership plummets as renting becomes the new norm

RHONDA JOHANSSON–Analysis of the Center Bureau housing data revealed that from 2006 to 2016, the total number of households headed by renters had increased by 36.6 percent, a number which almost beats the record high jump of 37 percent in 1965.