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How America’s Emerging Revolution is Similar to Cuba’s

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Richard Maybury and Dr. Roger Moss return this week on the radio program. When President Eisenhower was leaving the Presidency, he warned Americans of the emerging “military industrial complex” (MIC) that would destroy our democratic form of government. Sadly, it seems the President was right as a massive bureaucracy now makes rules that have nothing to do with the will of the electorate. A move away from power by the people to power of the government over the electorate to dictate every area of life has provoked growing anger from conservatives.  Conservatives crave retention of the Constitution that guarantees the rights of Americans to be free of government tyranny. Much of the current lack of agreement is related to social issues, with economic issues taking a back seat. But,

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Richard Maybury and Dr. Roger Moss return this week on the radio program.

When President Eisenhower was leaving the Presidency, he warned Americans of the emerging “military industrial complex” (MIC) that would destroy our democratic form of government. Sadly, it seems the President was right as a massive bureaucracy now makes rules that have nothing to do with the will of the electorate. A move away from power by the people to power of the government over the electorate to dictate every area of life has provoked growing anger from conservatives.  Conservatives crave retention of the Constitution that guarantees the rights of Americans to be free of government tyranny. Much of the current lack of agreement is related to social issues, with economic issues taking a back seat.

But, increasingly, as Federal Reserve’s counterfeiting actions result in hyperinflation and Americans realize this money printing scam is the reason for their poverty and the massive wealth of the top 1%, Richard believes a setting very similar to Cuba in 1958 may leave power in America up for grabs by any number of interests.

Richard explains what to watch for to determine who will gain power and what investments you should own in preparation for a hyperinflationary event starting with gold. Roger gives an update on Labrador Gold Corp on its Kingsway project that is starting to show some very high-grade results. These results are starting to resemble the results of the emerging world class gold discovery on the Queensway project next door by New Found Gold.

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How America’s Emerging Revolution is Similar to Cuba’sRichard Maybury is the publisher of U.S. & World Early Warning Report for Investors. He has written several entry-level, common sense books on United States economics, law, and history. His writing style is mostly in an epistolary form, usually as an uncle writing to his nephew, answering questions. Maybury had taught economics in high school. Failing to find a book with a clear explanation of economics, he wrote one himself. Some of his books include Uncle Eric Talks About Personal, Career & Financial Security—a book that is basically the foundation for his other books about the model perspective; Higher Law, Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?—a book that explains the history of the United States economic model and how it was based on free-market Austrian economics; and Whatever Happened to Justice?—about his naturalist philosophical viewpoints regarding the foundations of America’s legal system, British Common Law, the law of the Franks, and early Christian Ireland.

How America’s Emerging Revolution is Similar to Cuba’sRoger Moss, President, Director and CEO of Labrador Gold Corp., is an exploration geologist with thirty years experience in Africa, Central and South America, Eastern Europe and Canada in a variety of geological environments. He was instrumental in finding the multi-million ounce Navachab gold deposit in Namibia. In addition to gold exploration in Namibia and Canada, Roger has worked Cu-Pb-Zn exploration in Canada and Mexico, and Cu and Au exploration in Canada, Peru, Colombia and Chile. His extensive research into hydrothermal ore deposits culminated in a Ph.D. in geology from the University of Toronto in 2000. He continues to share his interest and experience in ore deposits and mineral exploration with students as an adjunct professor in Mineral Engineering, University of Toronto.

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