Interview 1460 – Financial Survival in the “Clash of Civilizations”

07/12/20197 Comments

James joins Melody for his regular bi-monthly appearance on Financial Survival to discuss the latest incident in the Persian Gulf, the future of the global reserve currency, the clash of civilizations, and how Italy is facing off with the European banksters.

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SHOW NOTES:
5 Iranian boats unsuccessfully try to seize British tanker

4 Times the US Threatened to Stage an Attack and Blame it on Iran

Iran shares footage, coordinates of downed US drone

Today’s Attacks On Ships In The Gulf Of Oman Are Not In Iran’s Interest – Or Are They?

From Trade War to Hot War (via Global Economic Collapse)

Meet The SDR: The Global Reserve Currency?

China preparing to launch crypto response to Facebook’s Libra

China Prepping Digital Yuan

Facebook may abort Libra launch in India

The Truth About Tiananmen

Clash of Civilizations 2.0

Italy vs. The Banksters

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  1. sherry.a says:

    Interesting exchange about iran….by exiting the JCPOA Trump has empowered the hard liners (as James alluded to) and diminished the power of the moderates like Rouhani and Zarif..this itself is dangerous..Here is a link to the best analysis of Iran and the region I have seen of late..
    https://www.rt.com/shows/renegade-inc/463621-iran-middle-east-narwani/?fbclid=IwAR2MpiHlaUznc7QsASY8ofRr6wc5vv18oEKArRpnAMHAh-KWKj7EPTGayNI

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    While I like gold, silver and bitcoin as alternative currencies, I don’t see gold reaching $50,000 ounce anytime in a near future (as Melody mentioned one pundit saying).
    Actually, I am surprised that the gold price has stayed in the $1400 US dollar range recently and not dropped back down.
    As we know, even Central Banks place a value on owning gold and silver.

    I think many individuals would love to move to an alternative decentralized currency.

    Certainly, some nations would like a less restrictive currency than the dollar for international trade.
    I get concerned about a SDR type of new Global Currency. It seems like a technocrat’s dream.

  3. bladtheimpaler says:

    If the politicians and domestic policies of most nation states are controlled on major issues to suit financial and corporate elites that operate on an international scale then where exactly is the dividing line between the interests of these elites and the nation state – political cutouts these elites control? Are China and the Anglo-Zionists really at each other’s throats or are we witnessing the same pattern of division we see at the national level being played out for advancement of agenda. This divisive play in actuality makes the call for the same outcome but for different reasons from across the political spectrum. The left wants a big ‘Mommy’ gov to protect and provide while the right wants a big protective ‘Daddy’ gov to protect their interests from the left. The population then joining either camp and the team games continuing with each new generation taking up sides.

    Is this international clash mostly theater for the advancement of agenda or is there an actual fight going on at the big table where the future is decided?

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