By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com
Forensic macroeconomic analyst Rob Kirby says few people have any idea how many “dark dollars” are out there. Kirby explains, “When you start talking about how many dollars there are in the world, nobody really knows. I would suggest to you the real quantity of dollars in the world is much greater than anyone imagines. A lot of these dollars are ‘dark,’ and they are held in the bowels of institutions like the Exchange Stabilization Fund (ESF). So, the world may be cruising along thinking the total number of dollars in the world is ‘X,’ but the true amount in the world, if you count the dark ones, might be three or four times ‘X’. This really means the money supply is much bigger than anyone understands or believes.” Kirby contends that the so-called “dark dollars” are being used to prop up the Treasury bond market. The ESF simply buys the debt and essentially hides it.
Then there is the price rigging in the gold and silver markets.
Kirby says, “To sell a Bitcoin, you must possess a Bitcoin. If you have one Bitcoin, you cannot sell 500 of them. That’s plain and simple. This goes for JP Morgan or Citi Bank or Goldman Sachs, they can only sell Bitcoin that they own. In the gold market, they can sell all the gold they want. They can sell gold that doesn’t exist and will never be mined.” Kirby points out this is how the big banks suppress the price of gold and silver.
Kirby contends the U.S. dollar is a “rigged” game.
Is it about to be knocked out by blockchain technology? Kirby says, “Absolutely. What the cryptos offer that the dollar doesn’t is decentralization. It’s the centralized U.S. fiat dollar and the dollar standard that requires everybody in the world, who wants to buy commodities in international markets, must first purchase U.S. dollars.
Crypto currencies bypass the dollar and allow for transmission of ownership in a very rapid, cost effective manner.
They bypass the dollar completely. What this really means is with the uptake and accelerated use of cryptos, countries will require less and less dollars in their reserve accounts to purchase the goods they want and need in the international marketplace. What happens when people don’t need dollars anymore? The dollars return home. They come back to America . . . which ultimately means inflation will come to America.”
Kirby says people should be looking to buy gold and silver for protection because it’s still relatively cheap compared to the exploding value of some crypto currencies. Kirby explains, “When you look at the price differential between silver and gold, you see an ounce of silver selling for around $18, and you see an ounce of gold going for $1,340, and that means you would need to sell 75 ounces of silver to buy one ounce of gold. The ratio in nature suggests you should be able to sell eight ounces of silver to buy one ounce of gold. This tells me one of those two prices is very wrong. Either silver is too cheap or gold is too expensive. I don’t think gold is too expensive because I think it’s undervalued too. That leads me to believe that silver is insanely priced and probably the most underpriced asset on the planet. . . . I think silver will be going up in price much more than gold, even though gold is going to go up in price dramatically.”