Dollar Quietly and Continually Under Attack

Greg Hunter’s 

If you listen to the mainstream media, you would think that we are in a recovery and the future of the U.S. dollar’s reign as world reserve currency is not in jeopardy.  But a look on alternative news sites tells a different story.  The dollar is quietly under attack, and the latest assault comes from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (aka BRICS) who want to start a joint bank.  The dollar (as a reserve currency) does not really benefit the BRICS, but it is a necessary evil for international trade—at the moment.  This week, reported, “India’s proposal for a BRICS bank was long overdue, says John Mashaka, financial analyst at Wells Fargo Capital Markets. “It is a way the emerging nations are trying to pull out of the western dominated World Bank and the IMF,” he tells IPS. “Basically India, China and perhaps Russia are trying to show off their economic clout; they are trying to demonstrate to the west that they can do without them. Above all they need freedom from western financial influence.”  Mashaka says the joint bank besides being a financial institution for BRICS member countries can also support infrastructural projects in developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. But it has a long way to go, he says.”  (Click here for the complete story.)   

So, the dollar’s world reserve currency status is probably safe for now, but its top dog status is not going to go on forever (in its present form.)  (Gold backing anyone?)  Some experts, like economist John Williams, say a dollar collapse is highly possible because $12 trillion in liquid dollar assets are held outside the country.  I, too, think at some point, the U.S. will face a currency crisis.  Whether it will be in two months or two years, I do not know, but a crisis will surely happen at the rate the country is going into debt.  If part of these assets is suddenly sold into the market, interest rates could spike and the U.S. economy (and dollar) could collapse.  If the dollar’s value suddenly is called into question, all hell could break loose, especially for people getting a government check, and that is nearly half of the U.S. population.  Chris Duane from has done a series of videos on the dollar and some of the fallout that could happen when it crashes.  The video you are about to view is called “Top 5 Places NOT To Be In A Dollar Collapse.”  The first part of the video talks about a dollar collapse; the last part of the video talks about the places you DO NOT want to be if and when the dollar blows up.  Enjoy:

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  1. Dan Myshrall

    Interesting timing Greg… Jack Spirko at the survival podcast just had a great interview with this dude yesterday, and I listened to it just before checking your site… Karma? Check it out and keep fighting! Dan

    • Greg

      Thank you Dan for the comment and conten for our readers.

  2. Edward Ulysses Cate

    China and Australia seem to be doing something about the dollar.
    This just in:

    China has signed a US$31 billion currency swap agreement with Australia, a step toward boosting the renminbi’s profile in developed markets.

    Good work, Greg!

    • Greg

      Edward Ulysses Cate,
      Thank you for adding content to this post.

  3. Samantha in Tucson

    I saw some sort of religious zealot on one of the cable channels who said that Israel has an unprecedented untapped oil field (which they are about to tap) that will bring great wealth to the Jewish people.

    He also talked about their nuclear powers as well (compliments of the U.S.A.). He was, of course, talking about prophecy with regard to the Jewish state and coming events.

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