In Weimar, Germany, in 1923, anyone with a $100 bill could exchange that gold substitute for a swanky house in downtown Berlin.
That’s about 5oz of gold, and at a 15:1 ratio, about 75oz of silver. That’s not fantasy. It actually happened.
In this video, Rafi Farber explains not only how it happened, but why it made perfect logical sense and why it will happen again.
In the meantime, the dollar is running up a hill like a chicken without a head. Frantic and seemingly alive, but such is the way of just-slaughtered fowl.
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