Do you think you are free?

Aug. 9, 2012

By John Seiler

With inflation gearing up again, there’s one safe way to protect your money that’s existed for millennia: hold it in gold. A new bank lets you do so:

“You can open accounts in dollars or gold bullion at the new Euro Pacific Bank Ltd, launched by Peter Schiff. this is an awesome idea

“You can even get a ‘gold debit card’ that you can use anywhere in the world. It’s backed by actual gold, which converts to whatever currency you’re needing at the time you visit an ATM.”

What a great idea! Real money, not the inflating paper issued by the U.S. government.

But there’s a catch. For Americans nowadays, anything good involves a catch.

“There’s one catch if you are an American: you can’t open an account at this bank if you’re a U.S. citizen.

“U.S. security laws have become so intrusive, burdensome, and expensive to comply with, that it made it difficult for Schiff to offer the services in the U.S. So, Schiff opened his bank offshore, in St. Vincents and the Grenadines. It operates outside the jurisdiction of U.S. security regulations, and does not accept accounts from American citizens or residents.”

This is another indication how our government hates us and treats us like slaves. You’re not free. When you can get a gold credit card — one using real gold, not just a piece of plastic painted to look gold — then you’ll be free.


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