“…shall be deemed guilty of felony, and shall suffer death.”

by Robert John Stevens, May 7, 2016

“…shall be deemed guilty of felony, and shall suffer death.” — Penalty for debasing gold, silver or copper coins, Section 19, The Coinage Act of April 2, 1792

Had the Founding Fathers added just a few more words to extend the death penalty to people who didn’t work at the mint, they may have stopped the rise of the national banks, Federal Reserve, the unnecessary deaths of millions and significantly altered the course of history.

Gerald Celente—2016 Predictions, Gold, Silver War and Collapse


Gerald Celente says he isn’t a conspiracy theorist but sticks to the facts: Demand for gold and silver is soaring worldwide while demand for other commodities is falling, the bottom for gold is $1050 an ounce which is the cost to harvest it, people today feel more comfortable investing in precious metals than their countries’ currencies, and the more than 200 trillion worldwide debt bubble will collapse in 2016.

Mr. Celente says to get out of this “they” will lead us to global war, close the banks, devalue the currency and demand citizens turn in their gold as they did in the early 20th century. His solution is three Gs—gold, guns and a getaway plan. His destination after 9/11 was Canada.

In January his Trends Journal will host a getaway retreat in Naples, Florida. See Florida retreat for mind, body and spirit.