Inflation & Other Revolutionary Forces at Work in America

Alasdair Macleod and Daniel McAdams return this week on the radio program.

The lies of John Maynard Keynes are obvious for anyone with the willingness to use their eyes to see. But as Alasdair will explain, cognitive dissonance causes most economists to explain away the obvious truth that lower interest rates do not stimulate economic growth and higher prices. Instead, lower rates only serve to redistribute wealth to the top 1/10 of 1%. The massive redistribution of income is no doubt a part of violent uprisings in major U.S. cities and now appears to be a color revolution sponsored by elements within the CIA to remove Trump from office if he isn’t defeated in November.

Daniel McAdams who is quite familiar with the color revolutions in the Ukraine, Libya and elsewhere shares his views and those of Dr. Ron Paul who he works with at the Ron Paul Institute.

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Alasdair Macleod has a background as a stockbroker, banker and economist. He is a Senior Fellow at the GoldMoney Foundation and Head of Research at Goldmoney.  His experience encompasses equity and bond markets, fund management, corporate finance and investment strategy. His weekly articles written for GoldMoney are posted on his blog at https://www.goldmoney.com/research/goldmoney-insights Because of his deep insights into underlying market dynamics, Alasdair is one of the most frequent guests on Turning Hard Times into Good Times. 

Daniel McAdams is Executive Director of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity. He served as foreign affairs advisor to US Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) from 2001 until Dr. Paul’s retirement at the end of 2012. In the 1990s he worked as a journalist based in Budapest, Hungary, including as editorial page editor of the Budapest Sun. He also served as special rapporteur for the British Helsinki Human Rights Group while based in Europe, monitoring human rights and elections on the ground in various contentious states, including Albania during the 1996-1998 civil unrest, Montenegro, Georgia, Armenia, Belarus, Croatia, and Slovakia. He was a Phillips Foundation Journalism Fellow (1998-2000) and an American Swiss Foundation “Young Leader” (2006). He holds a BA in English from the University of California at Berkeley and completed coursework for a Master’s in international relations.

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