Max Keiser : Gold is money - except if you are Bernanke currency is not money. there is a diff. gold is money, but not currency. but it soon will be currency. Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, look at the political theater of America's AAA rating in a land where gold is not money and shoplifting is a sign of a strong economy.When the dollar has become so inflated, gold will be the standard. When people wake up to the fascist oligarchy that is controlling our energy industry and forcing us to use Oil as a fuel source and suppressing legitimate innovations and free energy devices, THEN will our planet be saved.
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