posted on Mar, 30 2011 @ 08:46 AM
all this gloom and doom coming from the gold and silver sellers. I read an article about alex jones (NY magazine) and they casually mention that the
single biggest advertiser on his radio show is a gold seller and that Alex's ratings have gone up with the price of gold.
is it the price of gold going up that is reflected in Alex's increase in popularity or, more likely, is Alex, who apparently owns a piece of said
gold business, in the gloom and doom business to help promote the sale of gold?
Gold, by the way, is one of the worst things to have if the world goes to pot. You cannot carry it around. It's too heavy to use as a form of
currency. Due to the size and weight, you can't conceal it very well either. Sure you can trade it for other goods but, in the end, the most
valuable commodity, beside your brain, will be a gun and a bullet because you can trade that bullet for the gold, the food etc and, if you're very
good at negotiating, you will get to keep your bullet.
Be wary of the doom reports that suggest you stock pile things that the reporter is selling.