Greg Hunter interviews Dr. Jim Willie (Golden Jackass)

18 Jun

The following interview is 43 minutes long.  I suspect that most people won’t want to listen to the whole interview.  But everyone should listen to this interview because it is explosive.

Jim Willie, PhD. is no prophet.  I don’t automatically believe everything he says (I don’t automatically believe anyone).  In fact, there are elements of his claims that I disagree with. Nevertheless, Dr. Willie has  been dealing with issues surrounding gold for about 15 years and he’s no dummy.  If just half of his observations and predictions are correct, the dollar could die this year, the US economy may begin to openly collapse before the end of this year, and America is already lost.

His warnings are grim.  He’s angry at the government that’s betrayed our best interests and led us to catastrophe.  He’s angry at most of the American people for being brain-dead.   If Willie is right, the end is no longer “near”–it’s here.

This interview deserves your consideration.

video    00:43:35


Posted by on June 18, 2014 in Economic collapse, Video


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9 responses to “Greg Hunter interviews Dr. Jim Willie (Golden Jackass)

  1. Toland

    June 19, 2014 at 4:21 AM

    Do my ears deceive me, or did Jim Willie, PhD. just openly advocate the long-standing New World Order goal of breaking up the U.S. into multiple post-Constitution pieces?

    Let’s rewind the tape and check.

    “…what you really need for the United States to do is abolish the federal government… and split [the U.S.] up into six territories…”

    Yep, that’s what he said.

    • pop de adam

      June 20, 2014 at 1:15 AM

      The offense is in your head, you thought authority flowed from a document, a set of heads made this document. Those of a finer clay created these documents, no finer than you. Why be ruled by those only claiming to be finer than you? This is what makes a jury right, right?

      from “The Law”:

      “As a friend of mine once remarked, this negative concept of law is so true that the statement, the purpose of the law is to cause justice to reign, is not a rigorously accurate statement. It ought to be stated that the purpose of the law is to prevent injustice from reigning. In fact, it is injustice, instead of justice, that has an existence of its own. Justice is achieved only when injustice is absent.”

  2. pop de adam

    June 19, 2014 at 4:29 AM

    Alfred, I can watch this, at the moment can’t hear it, I’ll get to it soon. I will attempt to keep this short.

    We know these fiat dollars have serial numbers. We know the amount of dollars fiat or otherwise accounted for will likely far overtake this amount of fiat dollars actually issued. Those dollars that exist as deposit entries and statements are lacking this tracking number. If you were trading in autos, would you not track each and every auto by documenting their vehicle identification number? When someone requests the amount of FRNs in their account they are often only given a number, not the full information requested, as each FRN is considered some form of a loan the status of the originating loan is never considered. If we don’t know the status of this loan how could we decide whether to accept “dollar bill #9998” or “dollar bill #7779”. Perhaps the senators, representatives and the federal reserve might be able to disentangle this information, the fact remains they spent these notes outside of their hive, they used this accounting device outside of its prescribed jurisdiction. They traded this trash they peddle for actual goods and services and left those providing it with a debt.


    • pop de adam

      June 20, 2014 at 12:47 AM

      The drop thumb is fine, if you really feel that way. I would love to hear any explaination of it, obviously this is not the first and I really don’t care. Is it tender or are you a puss?

  3. henry

    June 19, 2014 at 3:36 PM

    Jim Willie has analyzed the situation very well. Whether the country can hold together for another year or two is difficult to determine. It is economically, fiscally, morally, constitutionally, and physically bankrupt. I don’t know what the straw that breaks the back of the United States but it is certainly under stress now. When the banks collapse, what will the government do? Institute marshal law? steal your IRAs, 401Ks, and bank accounts? Outlaw the ownership of gold and silver? Penalize hoarders? Outlaw guns? Censor the internet? Institute wage and price controls? Limit international travel?

    How will the American people respond to whatever happens? Succession? A military coup against the federal government? Riots?

    If Texas succeeds, what will the US government do? What could it do in a crisis? Will other states join Texas?

    What will the US government do to prevent this crisis? Declaring war against a major power? Run black ops to control the owners of the the real wealth — Banksters?

    What will you do when these events start happening? What are you doing now to prepare for them? Is there some scenario that those analysts warning of the crisis ahead have not considered?

  4. PegPowers

    June 19, 2014 at 10:18 PM

    Henry: I always appreciate what you have to say. The word you want here is “secede” (state leaving the union).

    • henry

      June 20, 2014 at 2:53 PM

      I could say that I sprinkle incorrect words into my comments to see if anyone will find them but this isn’t true. I often realized that after I pressed the post button that I did not find the right words to express my thoughts. Many of my posts are stream of consciousness. I read the post when I’m finished but I know what I wanted to say so my mind fills in the missing or poorly chosen word so I don’t see the errors until I read the posted comment. Discus has the edit feature where I can correct typos after a post is published.

      One of the reasons that I post is to actually put my thoughts to text so I can see if it makes sense to me. Another is to see what defects in my thinking or presentation were detected by others. Thanks.

  5. Felipe

    June 21, 2014 at 10:54 AM

    He has good points and facts, but he misses the biggest point, it is all “political”, it is called, political economy, after all.

    Just as a debt note is in itself a political document because its nature requires two parties, so is all this superstructure that is called the “monetary system”, a misnomer purposely left over in place to mislead the ignorant, as to what is the present credit system.

    For additional perspective read Martin Armstrong:

    One of the well guarded secrets of launching a hyperinflation is how the money in placed into circulation, and that depends if the credit system in place is a debt based unit or cash currency.

    Take for example Zimbabwe, it is a cash currency system, there the collapse takes place by the government printing the currency (cash), then trading that cash to foreigners for foreign currency, then the foreigners in turn buyout the wealth of the country with those new printed cash from the domestic economy. Since the printed notes do not disappear as easy as book entries there is a physical build up of cash into the domestic economy causing the hyper inflation.

    On a debt based system, there is no physical build up of cash into the economy.

  6. Peter

    June 23, 2014 at 9:13 AM

    The end of the petro-dollar ……… , well along ,silver so cheap, at current prices is actually free.
    On a relative basis may actually be more undervalued than it was in A.D. 2001,even at 20 dollars per ounce.

    Al, thanks for the post.


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