Friday, March 18, 2016

PODCAST: Central Banks Embrace Cashless Society

 PODCAST: Central Banks Embrace Cashless Society

PODCAST: Central Banks Embrace Cashless Society
Welcome to this week’s edition of Follow the Money Weekly Radio!
On this week’s broadcast, Jerry Robinson shares the latest developments by central banks to eliminate paper money in favor of going “cashless.” But first, a shocking story about Iran and the tragic events of 9/11. Later, an interview with Tom Cloud on the precious metals markets.

Segment 1: What Jerry Thinks

Segment begins at 2:03

US Government Blames 9/11 On Iran, Fines Iran $10.5 Billion

Christian economist Jerry Robinson opens today's show by discussing a recent (and outrageous) U.S. court ruling ordering the nation of Iran to pay reparations to victims of the 9/11 attacks.
A ridiculous new U.S. court ruling has ordered Iran to pay $7.5 billion to victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks. Further, Iran has been ordered to pay $3 billion to insurers who had to pay out due to the terror attacks. The ruling, which rests on no evidence, states that Iran was guilty for failing to prove that it did not help the [9/11] bombers.
  • Forget that 15 of the 19 hijackers on 9/11 were Saudi nationals, and none were Iranian…
  • Forget that the FBI worked diligently to whitewash Saudi Arabia’s role in 9/11
  • Forget that Shi’ite Iran despises Sunni (and especially Wahhabist) groups, like Al-Qaeda…
  • Forget that Al Qaeda’s bookkeeper claimed under oath that the Saudi royal family was aware of, and directly involved in, financing the 9/11 attacks…
  • And pay no mind to the secret 28 pages withdrawn from public view in the 9/11 Commission Report that may prove direct Saudi Arabian involvement in 9/11…
Ironically, the judge who made this ruling against Iran is the same judge who had ruled last yearthat Saudi Arabia has “sovereign immunity” for 9/11 and so can’t be sued for it. Apparently, those immunity rules only apply to terrorist states that we like (Saudi Arabia) and not to the ones we don’t (Iran).
You can read the full story here.

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