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Did BlackRock and Central Banks Collaborate to Collapse the Dollar to Introduce a CBDC to Control Americans? [VIDEOS]

In a recent discussion on the RVM Network, host Chad Caton and Michael Christian de American Alternative Assets examined possible economic collapse and the role of precious metals as a haven for wealth.

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Cato wondered how gold could be used if the value of the dollar collapsed. Christian gave a comprehensive answer, explaining that gold is the ideal asset for preserving wealth because it does not devalue like paper money. The precious metals specialist elucidated that gold is always liquid, can be sold at any time and will adjust in value to the next currency. He emphasized that gold’s privacy and transferability make it akin to a “financial second amendment.”

Cato continued to stress the importance of gold and silver in securing a family’s legacy and future. Referring to the catastrophic devaluation of Venezuela’s currency, he urged listeners to consider diversifying into gold and silver to protect their wealth.

Christian warned of the highest inflation rates since the 1970s, noting that many economists believe this inflation was deliberately created through quantitative easing measures. He explained how the Federal Reserve and large asset managers like BlackRock could have orchestrated this inflation to facilitate the transition from a petrodollar system to a digital dollar system.

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According to Christian, this strategy is a way to absorb the massive debt created by the government. He drew parallels with the inflation crisis of the 1970s, which led to the transition from a gold-backed dollar to the petrodollar. This time, however, the proposed transition is to a digital dollar system, giving the authorities even more control over the economy.

The dialogue between Cato and Christian emphasized the importance of investing in stable assets such as gold and silver, as well as understanding the underlying economic changes and their potential ramifications for personal wealth.

Check out the full interview below.

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