“This (the so-called stimulus checks) is an awfully specious promise from Washington, D.C. Two weeks from now, a month from now, are they going to have to pass another bill? I mean, that’s how it is all around the country at the end of the day. It all comes down to money and the value of it. And when you mess with that (money), you mess with everything in society. The ramifications that cascade through society. I mean the messing with money, causing inflation (creation of money and credit out of thin air) is not just an economics issue. It erodes inter-generational relationships big time; it creates alcoholism; it creates vast problems that spread across the whole society. You wouldn’t even just consider it…economic problems.
The wonderful thing about talking about money, and value and a store of value, and getting government away from money is it doesn’t really have an economic component. It is something you can talk to someone in any political stripe and say…this money they are spending in Washington that they (government) don’t have, it’s not neutral. It’s (the trillions in stimulus) going to go to Wall Street, Boeing, Delta, in ways it’s not going to come to you…This allows discussions across political lines.”
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