Bankruptcy of Our Nation (Revised and Expanded): 21 Income Streams, Inflation-Proof Strategies, and More!

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The U.S. national debt is $15.6 trillion, with future unfunded obligations of $118 trillion. With no government plan in place, the time for political debate is over...it is time for you to prepare! Don't face the worsening financial crisis trapped, living paycheck to paycheck! Learn how Americans have been driven to the point of economic crisis with the rise and fall of the U.S. dollar, growing inflation, and the Federal Reserve's bankrupted role. Get the information and strategies you must know to protect your ...

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Overview

The U.S. national debt is $15.6 trillion, with future unfunded obligations of $118 trillion. With no government plan in place, the time for political debate is over...it is time for you to prepare! Don't face the worsening financial crisis trapped, living paycheck to paycheck! Learn how Americans have been driven to the point of economic crisis with the rise and fall of the U.S. dollar, growing inflation, and the Federal Reserve's bankrupted role. Get the information and strategies you must know to protect your family in this financial survival guide today!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780892217137
  • Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 8/15/2012
  • Edition description: Revised
  • Pages: 300
  • Sales rank: 484,054
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 7

1 What Is Money … Really? 17

2 A Short History of Fiat Currencies 31

3 The Rise and Fall of the Golden Permission Slip 51

4 The Petrodollar System: Same Game with a New Name 65

5 Petrodollar Wars: Protecting Dollar Demand through the Barrel of a Gun 79

6 The History of the Federal Reserve (or How America Lost the Revolutionary War) 97

7 Modern Money Mechanics: What the Banksters Do Not Want You to Know 119

8 America: The Greatest Debtor Nation in World History 137

9 The Retirement Crisis 155

10 The Coming American Hyperinflation and Dollar Collapse 167

11 Maxed Out: The New American Slavery 191

12 Breaking Free from the Consumption Trap 205

Strategies - Financial Wisdom for Uncertain Times 217

13 An Introduction to the PACE. Investing Philosophy 219

14 21 Income Streams You Can Create Now … and in Retirement 233

15 Eight Key Strategies to Protect Your Finances 261

Appendix A The DSL Savings: A Strategy to Combat Inflation 283

Appendix B The Five Levels of Financial Freedom 291

Appendix C Frequently Asked Questions from Our Readers 295

Glossary 309

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  • Posted November 29, 2012

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    Bankruptcy of Our Nation takes the reader on an organized journey through the failing monetary policies of this nation. Mr Robinson not only addresses the problems for what they are today, but takes the time to lay out the history of how they became what they are. This book is one of the easiest books to read that I have ever come across in respect to the issues discussed. It is my estimation that a small child would be able to understand the economic situation of our nation after reading this book. You will be hard pressed to find a more clear assessment of topics like the petrodollar, the US debt crisis, the the truth about the Federal Reserve. Not only does the author present the problems in a straightforward and well-defined manner, but he concludes the book with solutions that you and I can take to protect ourselves from--and even profit through--the eventual collapse of the US Dollar. It's a book well worth the read.

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