James Turk talks of history & hyperinflation

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James Turk talks of history & hyperinflation

money printing, Germany, Argentina, Quantitative easing, M3, history, debt, central banks, Euro, Purchasing power, Gold, Austrian economics,

http://www.kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/Broadcast/Entries/2010/7/10_J...

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Re: James Turk talks of history & hyperinflation

A very lucid and well spoken interview.

I know this is more than beating a dead horse, more like swatting at horse ashes, but in regards to deflation how can anyone think that as the economy self destructs that the end result will be that your dollar is worth more. Thats not just misguided its crazy.

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Johnny Oxygen wrote:

Thats not just misguided its crazy.

+1 and imo totally devoid of any and all common sense. (Especially because of the 128 trillion of debt, the 1.6+++++ trillion dollar deficit and then add in the states' debt and deficits. Saying debt (public/shadow bank debt) will be abolished and not looking at this is insane.)

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xraymike79 wrote:

Apparently this guy doesn't like the Moran family very well. I wonder what they did to him?

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LOL, I may have told him how to spell his sign. I am, after all, the worlds #1 "moranic" speller.

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