Scott Horton Interviews Charles Goyette

Scott Horton, December 10, 2010

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Charles Goyette, former Antiwar Radio co-contributor and author of The Dollar Meltdown : Surviving the Impending Currency Crisis with Gold, Oil, and Other Unconventional Investments, discusses Ben Bernanke’s 60 Minutes interview where he declares (with lip-quivering certitude) a “100 percent confidence” the Fed can control inflation; how the Fed filled up on bad assets full of “mystery meat” in their quantitative easing program(s); Republican deficit reduction plans that will be decimated from even a minuscule increase in interest rates; the crisis in fiat money as most of the world’s currencies are debased relative to hard assets; and why Americans are still asleep at the switch while their government actively destroys the economy.

MP3 here. (37:57)

Charles Goyette was a longtime award winning morning drive-time radio host from Phoenix, AZ. He is a libertarian commentator, who is noted for his outspoken anti-war views, his opposition to the war in Iraq, and his economic commentary. He is the author of the book The Dollar Meltdown: Surviving the Impending Currency Crisis with Gold, Oil, and Other Unconventional Investments.

6 Responses to “Charles Goyette”

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  2. If you take the cost of the wars out of the national budget, then you will find more equal employment opportunities. It is simple economics: end the wars and give the people their jobs back!

  3. No way. A good chunk of US economy is built around the continuation of conflicts and wars. It is big business. What needs to be done is the entire economy needs to be re-structured. A complete collapse will have to be the precursor, as most American citizens do not want to change their lifestyles.

  4. Dollars are nothing but paper & ink. They don't even make decent butt wipes.

  5. too much pork!

  6. An "assisted devaluation" of the dollar makes debts cheaper, that is an old truth which the director of the German Reichsbank Hjalmar Schacht used several times . It is also known that there exists some "tipping point" at which the lenders of dollars to our state will panic and call in their loans at which point the entire financial structure of the world implodes and this time around the House of Morgan or the House of Rothschild cannot save our government.

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