A speech by Warren Buffet's father in 1948
May 13, 2013
Bix Weir sent the link to this speech by Congressman Howard Buffet of Nebraska. Buffet comments on the situation back in 1948, which was 15 years after gold was taken from the people. When the people could no longer redeem paper money with gold, they lost their economic freedom.
His speech sounds amazingly up-to-date. Most of what he says might be argued in the Congress today regarding the debt crisis, taxes, and people dependent upon the government for their support, jobs, or welfare.
Here is the post by Bix Weir. I recommend reading the link to Howard Buffet's speech. It is not long....
Rumors abound that Warren Buffett was heard sniffing around the gold markets last weekbut was denied any major physical gold purchases by those who are currently in control of the gold. Do I believe the rumors?....I'm not sure.
But I do know one thing,Warren Buffett is LYING through his teeth each and every time he talks down gold. How do I know this? I read his biography. I know what he thought of his famous US Congressman father 's ideals. Senator Howard Buffet battled his whole life to return our country to an honest gold standard and there's not a chance in hell that a son that idolized his father would talk down his life's worth for no reason. As a matter of fact...he'd do exactly the opposite! He'd BLUFF and LIE until the timing was right and then he'd make his father's dream a REALITY!
If you don't know who Warren Buffett's father was just read what this brilliant man said about Gold and Freedom...
Human Freedom Rests on Gold
By HON. HOWARD BUFFETT
If you are starting to feel confused about who's who in this battle for our freedom you are not alone. Soon all will be revealed and you will see just how instrumental Warren Buffett will be in taking our country back.
Keep an eye and ear on what Warren does over these next few weeks.
He's got a lot of cash ready to play the End Game and let me tell you...it has a VERY Silver Lining!
May the Road you choose be the Right Road.