Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Third party taking over?

Three major currencies: dollar, euro and gold

This is interesting, we have two lame duck fiat paper currencies battling with gold for pole position, just as we saw UKIP head towards third place in Euro elections. Is this a trend? Is the truth and are real things slicing through the fraudulent alternatives? And when the Euro and Dollar collapse, what do you think will remain? Same true for third party politics with politicians that, gasp, want policies to help their countries without pandering to the bankers.

Posted by freemanphil @ 10:00 AM (592 views)
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3 thoughts on “Third party taking over?

  • mark wadsworth says:

    Hang about here, UKIP came second in the EU Parliament Elections in 2009.

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  • A contrived system will eventually fail. Steering markets is oxymoronic.

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  • Oh, wow, Mark, that is awesome. Imagine if they came third or second in the general election. One thing for sure, the pound would soar on the news, and no doubt capital would rush into the country, protected by national sovereignty!!

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