This compilation of financial insights includes videos from Deepin Moments, Sean Foo, and Liberty and Finance.
Deepin Moments shares news of what’s Russia’s Middle East triggering an energy crisis with the US unable to help as European gas prices soar. Sean Foo talks about the escalating oil crisis as conflict in the Middle East heats up. Patrick Holland of the Missouri Freedom Initiative joins Liberty and Finance to discuss how states can pass laws to prevent gold confiscation.
Oct 28, 2023
The second major blow to Europe would be a surge in oil prices, which would in turn lead to an energy crisis and severe inflation. The Middle East is the most important oil-producing country in the world, and after Europe refused to buy Russian oil, it began to buy a lot of oil from the Middle East. Once a bigger war breaks out in the Middle East, oil prices are bound to skyrocket, and then the European energy crisis will become even more serious. The United States is a major energy country, its production of oil and natural gas can be completely for their own use, but Europe is out of luck. Europe is experiencing serious inflation, if the energy crisis comes again, then the crisis will be more serious. It can be said that the energy crisis and inflation triggered by this conflict is also a heavy blow to Europe.
Deep in the crisis of Europe felt the flavor of more crisis, the Middle East chaos will make the European situation worse. Russia-Ukraine conflict who is the wrongdoer? This question may be many people have different answers, but Europe is obviously one of the most important members. The outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict led to Europe into a protracted energy crisis and inflation crisis, and the United States also took advantage of the opportunity to plunder Europe’s high-quality assets. The outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict led to a more difficult road to European autonomy, Europe’s dependence on the United States deepened, the United States tighter control over Europe. After the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, European energy could only be imported from the United States, and the price was not only higher, but also very inconvenient to store.
Oct 28, 2023
The Middle East is erupting once again with the U.S. hitting Iranian-linked bases and Iran issuing yet another threat. This crisis is spreading fast and this is putting the global economy at the mercy of an oil shock. Here’s what you must know!
Liberty and Finance
Premiered Oct 28, 2023
States can pass laws that would prevent gold confiscation, says Patrick Holland of the Missouri Freedom Initiative. If states make civil asset forfeiture illegal, then even if the federal government comes after people’s gold or silver, the state could block the confiscation. He also explains other initiatives people can take to fight for sound money in their state.
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