The funny-money game

Are we nearing a collapse of fiat currency? Alasdair Macleod says that our current economy is nothing more than a “funny-money game”, where we are led to believe that our economy is booming thanks to a rising GDP. GDP, he explains, is not an indicator of growth; instead, its increase is directly affected by how much money is in circulation. An increase in GDP, he says, means that governments are printing more currency, devaluing it and bringing it closer to its collapse. Read full article here

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