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Post by Ssmith on Sun Apr 01, 2018 9:10 am

Greetings,

Perhaps many of the readers and posters remember when the country was on the gold standard, as I do when I was growing up. It is a history lesson for the younger ones.

I was just in elementary school?, but the one thing I remember was how much farther a dollar went back then compared to now, even up through the 80's.

An example to illustrate this is the roadside cafe scene from an old movie called Grapes Of Wrath, set in the 1930's. Note the prices on the menu hanging on the wall. Singer Kris Kristofferson sings of this in his song, "Here Comes That Rainbow Again", with clips from the movie in the music video.

Please correct me if I am wrong, the upcoming return to the gold standard, the prices of everything will be, on average, a tenth of what they are now. 20 cents a gallon for gasoline, 20 cents for a cup of coffee, etc.

The prices will go down, but so will the wages. The upside is those wages will go a lot farther. $15/hour now will be $1.50/hour on the gold standard, but that $1.50/hour will have the power of $15/hour.

Question: Where does the NESARA=GESARA=PARIS ACCORD fall into the picture?

Thanks.
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Post by Kevind53 on Sun Apr 01, 2018 10:52 pm

You're wrong, as is your entire premise.

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