By JIM ROBBINS Published: November 22, 2013
ON the first of November, when Mexicans celebrate a holiday called the Day of the Dead, some also celebrate the millions of monarch butterflies that, without fail, fly to the mountainous fir forests of central Mexico on that day. They are believed to be souls of the . . . → Read More: The Year the Monarch Didn’t Appear
In late Roman empire, the state used the following trick: bronze coins that the gov itself minted were not accepted at tax time — Roman IRS accepted only gold coins.
Fast forward to our days. Like Romans, we are already using 2 currencies—today, right now.
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Our Elites are smart and cautious. They don’t want turbulence. They want the pump to run smoothly. Cornered people, on the other hand, are brave and uncontrollable. What should we expect then?
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