Join Mike Maloney as he gives a much anticipated breakdown of the events in Greece and what might be coming next.

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hi I just wanted to talk about Greece a
little bit because so many people are

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asking about Greece in what’s happening
there

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they want to know about the bank runs
the bailouts the potential for Bailin

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spurted political consequences

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and the potential for civil unrest and

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you know must’ve all could it happen
here

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or in other countries I’m you know that

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first I wanna stay it’s a how grateful
for technology that I am

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right now my director producer

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I day and Reebok is on vacation in
Thailand

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and I’m sitting in Los Angeles

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the California at my home and

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so he’s halfway around the world
recording this

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and is going to be posting it on youtube
shortly

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and and so I’m just and so grateful

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to live in this modern world

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where things like this can be
accomplished so easily

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first i want to talk about the euro back
in 2005 when I was writing my

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a book rich dad’s guide to investing in
gold and silver

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I stumbled across the CIA Factbook well
I was doing my research

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and it is an absolute wealth that
information that they have a section in

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there about the euro and in it

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they said that the euro1 last food and
so

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I started investigating this stuff for
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and in prison stations since 2009

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I’ve been saying that the euro is doomed
and here’s why

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I’m the euro zone as its

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now nineteen countries sharing one
currency and one central bank

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but they’re all able to issue their own
levels of debt the only issue their own

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bonds

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and this can’t possibly work because it
rewards recklessness and it punishes

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prudence

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I’m insert one here you can see

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the the level does Greek public debt

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is almost up to a hundred eighty percent

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as their GDP so the size of their
economy

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the amount that they owe is one point
eight times

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greater that the size of their economy
then annual

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GDP I’m now

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who they’ve been able to live beyond
their means for quite a while because

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they’ve been able the issue

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I love this debt and part of the reason
that their debt to GDP ratio exploded

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though is because

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their GDP has contracted their economy
has slowed down

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and when the GDP contracts even if you
don’t take on new debt

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the ratio the debt burden becomes that
much greater

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so that’s a a portion of the reason why
a bit

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biggest reason why is politicians

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a because they’re loud to the country’s
lead to

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cell their own bonds even though they’re
using

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the euro as currency the they sell these
bonds

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and they run the deficits of a bit so
politicians

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can promise a free lunch they no

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promise everybody free stuff they do a
budget deficit spending

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they sell bonds denominated in euros to
cover it

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it but it’s its Greek debt it’s not the
ECP is dead

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now the EC be by some of this debt and
when they do

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euros are created and that dilutes the
purchasing power

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love all euros including the euro’s
there in countries

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such as a stony a which only runs a
five-percent

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debt to GDP so they they’re very prudent

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and responsible the Greek government has
been a shambles for

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a long long time that’s been mismanaged
for decades

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and I you know there

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today the pie they have to pay the piper

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area the the debt is

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coming do basically I but

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you can’t have all these different
countries sharing one currency and one

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central bank it but it and then allowed
to issue their own levels

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debt just can not possibly work

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the so I’m it now

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if you recall this all got fixed back in
2011 and 2012 let you know if you

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remember

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but there was a first round of bailouts
back then

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now agree said it officially pledged
that he would not default

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or restructure any other its debts and
then right after it said that

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it filed the biggest sovereign debt
default in history

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and up private investors in Greek bonds
had to take a 53 percent haircut

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now countries holding Greek bonds and

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the big banks didn’t have to take the 53
percent pair

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cat anyway what’s the worst that had to
do

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was exchange the bonds that they were
currently holding

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for new bonds that we’re a 53.3 percent
less valuable

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and they paid lower interest rates so
the total losses could add up to as much

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as seventy-five

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percent for some investors a

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now and the EC be an IMF bailout

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was a 110 billion and then it was
followed

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shortly thereafter with another 130 be
billion

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and I’m the great bond default

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then cuz say at the Cypress financial
crisis

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is there were Greek bonds in some other
Cyprus banks

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and so those banks became insolvent

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and they closed for a week and a clear
the bank holiday

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the IMF in the EC be arranged a ten
billion dollar

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bailout if the banks did a bail

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in so good the banks were required to
take

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summers there depositors funds

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in order to be able to receive the $10
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his

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he CD now I just find it interesting
that the first Greek

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at crisis the repercussions the echoes
the shock waves that go around the world

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caused the Greek default the day I mean
I’m sorry cause the

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Cypress the crisis

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and which caused a bank holiday

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in Cyprus and a lately

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the banking crisis in Greece that
developed cuz bank runs

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just like in Cypress they were having
backgrounds and

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and didn’t need another bailout

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that the austerity measures were just
too much for them to agree to

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and on Sunday June 28 Greece Greece
announced their own bank holiday

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but and depositors since then can only
get sixty dollars per day

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other the ATM’s I’m sorry 60 euros it’s
about sixty six dollars

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and so I read something recently

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I’d like to i’m just paraphrasing the
Aegean Bruno

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from Doug cases international man he had

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a very nice article I needed to shorten
it up here

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and so I’ve rearranged it move some
other paragraphs around and made it much

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shorter

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but it goes like this: for the
unprepared

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it happens like a mugging when you hear
central banker a politician denying that

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something is going to happen

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you can be almost certain that it will
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coming from a government a government
official

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the real meaning of no absolutely not

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is well it could be tomorrow the reason
for this dishonesty

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is that government needs to take the
public by surprise

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otherwise they won’t get the results
they want for the past month

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Greece’s government has been denying
that it intends to impose capital

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controls

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and on Sunday June 28 the greek Finance
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repeated denial yet again then on that
same day just a few hours later

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a week long bank holiday was declared
and they would impose

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the capital controls after %ah but don’t
worry the Greek prime minister promised

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your deposits are completely safe the
term bank holiday

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is a politician’s euphemism

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when one happens you won’t be
celebrating you’ll be very worried

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you won’t be able to access your bank
account how you get by

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how long will the lockout last and when
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will your money still be there will any
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bank holidays in capital controls

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are all about maximizing the amount of
money available for the government to

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confiscate

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pan up the sheet and their easier to
shear

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once the banks are closed

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or on holiday the politicians are free
to help themselves to as much as your

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deposits as they want

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it’s like an all you can steal buffet

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calling the experience a holiday it is
like calling a street mugging

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a surprise party so now I’m gonna move
on to church to

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and show you just how inept

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these government agencies all are is the
IMF projections

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up for the greeks public debt so it’s
their debt to GDP again how much they

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owe it to the size their economy

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and you can see that there actually is
up here

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100 eighty percent well on March

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in March of 2012 they

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a made a projection did said is the gray
line it starts right underneath the word

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actual

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and descends and the st. ready measures
that they had to agree to

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we supposed to get I Greece’s government
spending under control to bring

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the debt burden down to just wait to
under 120

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percent of GDP by I 2020

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and then in June of 2014

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they basically go we were on I

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now the prior projections are that
you’ll be able to make it down to that

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120

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percent level by 2022

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and then one year later June 2015

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for his say well you’re wrong again it’s
not so each time they think that this

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new projection that they’ve come out
with is the right one

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and this is going to work

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and this is just like following the US
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the their annual consolidated financial
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and the congress’ projection a

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does the the debt into the future

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and it always looks like it’s going
going to go down

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is the way their projections are that it
always ends up going up

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next I wanna go to church three and

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this one is dealing with a country’s
ability

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to pay off its debt and whether you’re
an individual or a country

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the bill is the ability that you have to
pay back a loan

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is totally dependent on your debt to
income ratio

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it’s how much you gotta pay each month
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month it’s that simple

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and less like the United States here
legally

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permitted to counterfeit the currency
the loan is denominated here

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and then you can just bring it up and
pay it back

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good the foremost I’ll your

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income has to be far greater then

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the amount of paint debt service that
you’ve got each month on the debts

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and if you look at this chart you can
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that I’m Greece has about

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the seven times the amount of

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debts that then they have as annual tax
revenues

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I’m but the United States has about nine
times so is staying in japan has almost

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twenty times

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the amount of debt and then they have

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those annual income to pay that debt the
other countries that are in trouble

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Portugal Italy and Ireland are

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down at the six-and-a-half in six

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times the debt so Greece’s debt

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is is very large and completely
unmanageable for them

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that the United States Spain and Japan

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should actually be in worse shape and
you know we have

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a day of reckoning coming some time or
another

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now Greece just held a referendum and so
I’m gonna go on to church for

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that and they voted on whether or not to
accept

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a new round of bailouts along with
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terms more austerity measures and

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but by an overwhelming majority the
Greek people voted to tell the INS in

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the EC be

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to Jess going to take a hike they voted
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by an overwhelming a majority now

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the earlier the finance minister had
said if

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there was a no vote the Greek banks
would be

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reopening on Tuesday well he just resign

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said Sep we’ll see how that plays out

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the so he said that that is no longer
responsible if it doesn’t happen

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and now I’m just gonna go to church five
in this is just a

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I’ll HR base currency in the euro zone
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base currency is the current sits in
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exist in the clintons that it’s in
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plus reserves that the commercial banks
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have in their accounts that are held at
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EC be the European Central Bank’s and

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but all of those accounts can be
redeemed in paper euros

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so basically is really dad whenever
you’re measuring

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the monetary base or base currency it’s
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measurement does the paper currency in
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and what you see here is that I’m

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they’ve been incredible inflators

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it the dated inflated

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by there’s three and a half times more

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base euros in existence than there was
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so this is mind boggling inflation
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but when he is one of the things that’s
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some semblance those control over the
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until 2008 and then

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everything appears to be going out of
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did all the euro’s that were created
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bailouts in 2000 read the beginning of
2012 there that big ruts

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the so the whole euro zone is in trouble

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because at this because you know it’s a
common currency side effects every

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country

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that’s part of it what what will happen
with the bank’s

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on Tuesday will they reopen what’s going
to happen with Greece

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basically and it doesn’t matter that
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because they’re are no good choices and
there is no way out for them

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a so what is the best thing that could
change they could do

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well I’m pretty sure that

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it would be to let the free market rain
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its the the the best thing they could do
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and is simple the problem is it’s the
thing that they want to do

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it would be to it Chian endure to choose
to endure

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the worst short term pain for the best
long-term gain

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but to let the free market rain in to
let everything just fall apart

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did for a government to step out of the
way and let the people

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pick up the pieces and it would be

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horrific for a few years just horrible
but you know they really need to say

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screw the euro

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and use gold orbit Korean or anything
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the free market chooses that eventually
the Sun will shine again

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and they will then start enjoying
maximum prosperity

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but that’s not what they’re going to do
they’re going to choose to have the

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government do something about it

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again they’re going to go back to these
talks with the IMF

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and and the EC be

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and something will be done about it town
of Greece Greece is going to end up

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leaving the EU I and if it does it’ll
come out with its own currency but you

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can bet

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the government is going to try and do
everything and manage

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everything and if they’d don’t do that
it’s going to be the EC be in the IMS

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along with a great

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government trying to do everything and
manage everything

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and they’re going to pay for that for
decades to come

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it will be hunting them they will have
slow economies they’re going to have

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this huge debt burden

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we live in this crazy world where no one
is able to pay their own way

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where everyone borrows from their future
pay so they can spend it today

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but they all must pay the piper someday
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so can this happen here had salute he s

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there’s no country on hers that is
completely a mutant

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from reckless deficit spending that
persists decade after decade

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we’re coming to the end a 100-year-old

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a credit ok this is this credit cycle
this debt cycle that were in

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will eventually get washed out that what
you’re seeing

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is that the levels of the debt it used
to be that you took on some debt

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and there would be economic growth from
taking on that

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debts that would help pay off the debt
that the more debt

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you have compared to the size if you’re
économie do more

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the its lows that impedes that growth

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and we’re getting to the point where we
received very little

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if if any benefit from taking on new
debt

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these days I’m going to quote a guy
named James Corbett he says

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the current financial system is founded
not in the bedrock of sound economic

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principles

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but instead upon the quicksand of public
perception

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and this is so right when people get
scared bank rans happen

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civil unrest can happen a and

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then you have all these economists

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and and I’ll secretaries of the treasury
and stuff

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all trying to cobble up some

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new world monetary system you know for

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the many many years now have been

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saying that every thirty to forty years
the world has a new monetary system

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and we’ve been tracking what I call the

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cracks in the system we’re the nails in
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as the US dollar standard I’m the

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problem to the euro is having right now
is just some of the symptoms

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both the world about said to go a giant

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change in monetary systems

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and there will probably be who just

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Lake the General Conference those 1922

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the Bretton Woods a agreement to
conferences in

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1944 and the Washington Accord

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in phnom or the smithsonian agreement
I’m sorry is now in 1971

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I’m there’s going to be an emergency
meeting

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at the g20 finance ministers or
something like that

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to cobble together a new world monetary
system

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and is probably going to happen

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before the end of this decade I’m

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you know for a long time at then saying
that

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you know this is going to unfold nearly
very slowly until the day that it

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doesn’t

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and then it’s going to happen very fast
and what you’re seeing now with the

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crises around the world is things are
speeding up in every week now

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there is a new nail in the death of the
global financial system that currently

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exists

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and I’m this is all

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going to cause tremendous financial
upheaval that is

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actually greatest the I’m

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opportunity have your lifetime its

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its when there is turmoil

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that I financial gains can actually be
made in the shortest period of time

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but you have to be ahead of the curve
and

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know what’s happening out there now
everything that is happening

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in Greece on has affected the gold price
in its

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its not in the way most people would
think and there are reasons for that

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and so on an upcoming video we’re going
to be looking and how

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this isn’t impacting the precious metals
markets and why

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gold and silver are doing what they’re
doing in the face is all this chaos

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