Lynette Zang (Q&A): Gold, Taxes, and Confiscation

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ITM TRADING, INC.
Apr 17, 2021

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Question 1: 0:55
If the government confiscates gold, won’t this include all the gold that central banks and other financial entities own?

Question 2a: 1:36
On March 21st, in a Kitco interview, E.B. Tucker said that the government did not need to confiscate gold, it could just enact a 90% excise tax and negate any profit from selling gold, essentially making gold worthless to the individual as a store of value or wealth insurance. How likely is that to happen?

Question 2b: 4:14
Why does the debt have to be repaid? Why can’t it just be zeroed out globally in a massive “do over”?

Question 3: 6:24
There’s a lot of predictions for some deflation before the inflation kicks in. Do you recommend waiting to purchase additional precious metals until the crash hits?

Question 4: 8:10
Do you think all of this currency debasement has been done intentionally? And I don’t mean that the intention was to pay for wars, bigger state programs etc. I mean what if from the very moment the FED was established, the people in charge had the goal of debasement of the US dollar in mind and worked consistently towards achieving it. So, as a direct consequence of such line of thought, we would not be seeing measures aiming at aiding the dollar, but such aiming its further debasement and weakening.

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