Hyperinflation Defined, Explained, and Proven: Part Deux

Friday, August 12, 2016
By Paul Martin

SilverDoctors.com
August 12, 2016

The current economic context makes a full-blown, monetary episode of hyperinflation inevitable, meaning the collapse (to zero) in the exchange rate of our fiat currencies…

By Jeff Nielson:

Part I began the somewhat ambitious mission described in the title: providing readers with the true definition of the term “hyperinflation”, in both economic and mathematical terms. This was done through first defining the term “inflation” itself. It was then explained how the dynamics of inflation/hyperinflation operate, through the use of a simple allegory. Finally, readers were provided with a real-life illustration: the hyperinflation of the U.S. money supply .

Part II continues this mission by explaining why the current economic context makes a full-blown, monetary episode of hyperinflation inevitable, meaning the collapse (to zero) in the exchange rate of our fiat currencies – at least those of the Corrupt West. The starting point here is obvious: “competitive devaluation” .

Competitive devaluation is the official (and permanent) monetary policy of all the regimes of the Corrupt West. Let me restate this, so that the true insanity and criminality of this policy is explicit. All of our governments are racing to see which can drive down the value of its currency the fastest, i.e. which can “create inflation” the fastest – since lowering the exchange rate and creating inflation are two sides of the same coin.

Regular readers already know what inflation really represents: central bankers stealing our wealth through (deliberately) diluting the value of our currencies. We already have the written confession from the Dean of these inflation-thieves.

In the absence of the gold standard, there is no way to protect savings from confiscation [i.e. theft]through inflation.

– Alan Greenspan, 1966

The Rest…HERE

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