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Think the United States is a free market economy? Think again. Truth is, ever since the Federal Reserve started calling the shots, our economy has been manipulated and centrally planned much like those of the former Soviet Union or China.
…Never before in history have all the governments of the world laid down the foundation for the perfect economic storm. And in this just-released presentation from Mike Maloney, you’ll discover why we can not avoid it. …And it’s loaded with new research that proves a financial crisis of epic proportions is headed straight toward us. As you would expect from Mike, it’s all laid out in eye-opening charts everyone can understand. This talk comes on the 10-year anniversary of Mike’s uncanny 2005 Silver Summit appearance where he made several stunningly accurate predictions. They were unpopular at the time but many have already come to pass. Back then, he said the real estate bubble would burst. And it would cause a tsunami of foreclosures transmitting a crisis around the world instantly through derivatives. This was two years BEFORE Ben Bernanke even admitted there was any kind of housing bubble. And it happened. Mike also said stocks would crash. They did 3 years later. And he said that these events would trigger deflation. But that Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve at the time, would do everything in his power to prevent that. He said Bernanke would re-inflate stocks, bonds, and real estate with an unprecedented amount of money printing. This also happened. Now, Mike reveals what’s coming next. And it could catch 99% of all investors off guard.
Using “expedited procedures” the Federal Reserve Board of Governors held an impromptu (read emergency) meeting yesterday to discuss monetary policy and interest rates. Afterwards Chairwoman Yellen visited the White House for another irregular meeting with the President. Both of these meetings were closed door and both went largely unreported by the mainstream media. Unfortunately we don’t know exactly what was said in those meetings, but we do know it is highly unusual for the Fed to invoke “expedited procedures.”… As Mike explains…, we live in an economic system that is made complicated by design. Basically, it’s set up so most people don’t even try to understand it…