Ron Paul vs Ben Bernanke: Is Gold Money?

  • Bernanke once told Ron Paul where he hides all of his jew gold, but the senile gyno forgot it along with his eyebrow.

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  • thats all there is bes brilliant, smart and also makes FUCKING SENSE

  • hookagold

    Gold will out last all civilizations, including the one collapsing around us.

    Ron Paul 2012

  • Mark to market accounting has destroyed any advantages we had with mark to model, both sides can’t make a profit. Interest rate swapping used to be way smaller.

    I wish I knew how much better our accountability standards actually are.

  • 5:10 Ron Paul: “I got this bastard!”

  • Ron Paul is brilliant.

  • Zionism is Horrible, Jews are not. There is a difference….but fuck this zionist prick who got away.

  • copper, nickel, and silver make great mediums of exchange while gold makes a great storage of wealth.

  • copper, nickel, and silver make great mediums of exchange while gold makes a great storage of wealth.

  • and you’re a really poor thinker.

  • Paul is a really poor speaker.

  • Bernanke is zionist jew scum.

  • wait what? the federal reserve is a cost center for the us government? and here i thought they were a private institution acting outside the oversight power of the government!

  • Wow. First time I saw this video. The Fed is brainwashing everyone. Gold isn’t money. Ron Paul couldn’t have been more true. Mankind has survived through every tragedy knowing Gold and Silver is a commodity. No different than food, water, and shelter. Ron Paul tells the truth. Too bad the media shuts him up. They tell you what you want to hear. Vote Paul in 2012 everyone!

  • hookagold

    Money– A medium that can be exchanged for goods and services and is used as A mesure if their values on the market, (including among It’s form a commodity such as Gold) an officially issued coin or note or a deposit in a checking account or other readlly liquifiable account.

    Our Constitution states “Gold or Silver coin” is to be used as money. But our Constitution has been thrown to the wayside.

    Hard cold Gold or fraudulent reserve notes?

  • is gold money?…(long pause)…”no” my response WHHAAATT!

  • Paul: “Well why don’t they hold diamonds?”
    Bernanke: “Uhh… tradition?”

    Gotta love Dr. Paul. Bernanke and the private owners of the Fed know EXACTLY why they hold gold, and lots of it: It’s money, and it secures their power and influence in times of severe fiat inflation. The diamond jab is precious, though; again, Bernanke knows damn well the owners of the Federal Reserve and the blood cartel of DeBeers Diamonds are, indeed, one in the same.

    Gold is money. Diamonds are worthless. Wake up!

  • the private banking system has hijacked government.

    true free enterprise means people who earn the wealth should be free to use whatever they wish as currency – not forced to use the paper printed up and manipulated by a group of private bankers.

    Ron Paul talks about privately issued parallel currencies for this reason. We have competition in all spheres of industry. Why is there a monopoly on the issuance of currency from a group of private bankers aka the Federal Reserve?

  • Its not inflation that makes gold go up but distrust of paper currency in all forms as its value is siphoned off by banking crooks.

    Secondly inflation is a monetary phenomena not just rising prices. In theory what we should be seeing is people with cash gaining massive purchasing power as things deflate. However the gains have been transferred from cash holders to bankers through printing and offloading gambling losses of bankers onto cash holder.

  • Its not inflation that makes gold go up but distrust of paper currency in all forms as its value is siphoned off by banking crooks.

    Secondly inflation is a monetary phenomena not just rising prices. In theory what we should be seeing is people with cash gaining massive purchasing power as things deflate. However the gains have been transferred from cash holders to bankers through printing and offloading gambling losses of bankers onto cash holder.