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Thread: Gold, Yuan or Crypto: What Will Replace Dollar Hegemony?

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    Gold, Yuan or Crypto: What Will Replace Dollar Hegemony?

    Gold, Yuan or Crypto: What Will Replace Dollar Hegemony?



    All Empires have collaborators and accomplices. Creditors, vassals, and partners will play ball with the Empire if they see it in their interest to do so. But once the Empire over-stretches militarily or financially (or both) the search for the exit door begins. Ron Paul discusses the race to get away from the dollar on today’s Liberty Report!
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    Gold should be the choice. Crypto depends on too much tech and is vulnerable to rapacious government interference. Of course, they can do it with gold as well, but because gold may serve many purposes, it would be more difficult to pull off.
    Through lives and lives shalt thou pay, O' king.

    Pray for reset.


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    why not competing or complimentary currencies, instead of hegemony ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark_Horse_Rider View Post
    why not competing or complimentary currencies, instead of hegemony ?
    human nature, that's why.

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    Just one facet of human nature, I'd reckon. . .

    If we really wanna get on with life, we are gonna have to give some traction to some other facets of our nature.

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    If the USD is replaced, it'll be by another fiat currency.

    They're dominant everywhere now because they've out-competed their rivals and there's no reason to suppose that'll change.

    The state isn't going to stop having an interest in monetary manipulation or stop having the guns required to accomplish it.



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