Globalism: Ture Enemy of Humanity – Rob Kirby
Globalism: Ture Enemy of Humanity – Rob Kirby By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog
Macroeconomic analyst Rob Kirby has long predicted Fed money printing would have to go “on a vertical curve where money has to be added to the system . . . to keep the system from crapping out and imploding.” With the official federal debt at more than $25 trillion and the Fed balance sheet doubling since September, that day has clearly arrived. Add to that total the rarely talked about so-called “missing money” that stands at $21 trillion and money printing is off the charts. Kirby explains, “The $21 trillion and the $10 trillion in 2019 is the part of the money creation we don’t get to see. There is no transparency on that at all. What we do get to see, though, is the Fed in the last three months reversed their quantitative tightening and are now expanding their balance sheet, once again. Their balance sheet has grown from $3.7 trillion, at the beginning of the year, to more than $7 trillion right now, and it’s projected to get as high as $10 trillion to $11 trillion by the end of the year. So, we have money creation happening in spades . . . and the game to hide the rampant monetary debasement has no end. It’s Keynesian quackery with money.”
With all this money creation, why isn’t gold, silver and Bitcoin much higher in price? Kirby says, “They want to stunt the natural anti-dollar trades, whether it’s the precious metals, gold & silver or crypto marketplace best expressed by Bitcoin in this day and age. Basically, all these things are viewed by the monetary officials as Kryptonite to the dollar, and they all represent anti-dollar trades.”
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Rob Kirby also says, “The next round of money printing will be bigger than the last round. The real problem is where do you put it all? The next $10 trillion and the next $10 trillion and the next $10 trillion, pretty soon you are talking about real money.”
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Please keep in mind, Rob Kirby almost died last year from what he calls a “Covid like virus.” It knocked him out of commission for many months.