What is up with Money? or Should we say What is Down with Money?

It does happen – hyperinflation…

Countries that are using a source of money other than the dollar to do trade and purchases with…

#1. China And Russia –  China Daily article

#2. Iran And Russia –  Bloomberg

#3. Brazil, Russia, India, China And South Africa –  ZEEBIZ.com

#4. China And Brazil –  recent BBC article….

#5. China And Australia –  Financial Express article….

#6. India And Japan –  Reuters

#7. Skirting The Oil Sanctions on Iran –  Bloomberg

#8. China And Chile –  Xinhua

#9. China And The UAE –  CNN

#10. China And Africa –  WSJ?

#11. China and Germany – Here recently China and Germany, have now agreed to start conducting an increasing amount of trade with each other in their own currencies. (It is true, but the press is ignoring it!)

#12. EU and China – Jakarta Globe – Part of the German situation, but we try to steer it to human rights…

#13. Russia and CISVOR

You should be worried, once enough countries stop using the dollar, those dollars will come back home to roost and the ability that we have to hide all this inflation in other countries in the world will end. That will be termed hyperinflation at that point…

Russia is working on making the ruble the currency for all the CIS countries and China is trying to get the renminbi set up for the Asian area…

Also Russia and China are working together to make this happen…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

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  1. The Federal Reserve is talking about “unlimited QE,” or money printing, to boost employment. Economist John Williams says, “That’s absolutely nonsense. The Fed is just propping up the banks.” Williams says, “You’re likely going to see a dollar sell-off . . . That should evolve into hyperinflation.” Williams, “Doesn’t see the current system holding together without hyperinflation beyond 2014.” He contends the real annual deficit is “$5 trillion per year” and says, “That’s beyond containment.” Williams predicts, “Hyperinflation is virtually assured because the Fed doesn’t have any options left.” Williams says people should get prepared because we are facing a “man-made disaster.” Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with John Williams of Shadowstats.com.

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