April 23, 2018, 8:01 am
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Vast implications for Americans

SOME disturbing findings in a 220-page book were mailed to the White House by a research firm in Florida.

The book holds vast implications for the economy, and President Donald Trump’s hopes of being re-elected in 2020.

The book comes from a 68-year-old Maryland counselor to governments, politicians, and businesses all over the world.

He has worked on presidential campaigns and met with everyone from Margaret Thatcher to most recently the former head of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan.

The CEOs of two multi-million dollar financial research companies once credited their success almost entirely to knowing this man and getting access to his wisdom.

He once went to Eastern Europe to serve as an economic advisor after the fall of the Soviet Union.

In Central America, he helped the Nicaraguan government bring medical care to the poor. They were so thankful that they made him their honorary consul to Europe.

Back here in the US, he once used his wealth to buy up and renovated an entire section of his hometown. The mayor honored him with a city ambassadorship.

Yet, if you asked him he would downplay his own success and connections.

On April 12th this same man sent a book to the White House. It detailed important changes in the life of Americans and revealed some very uncomfortable truths about the economy such as:

The true cause of things like racism, drug use, and violence in our inner cities (you’ve never heard it spoken like this anywhere)

How the Federal Reserve will begin to “nationalize” billions of financial and real assets like stocks and bonds (central banks in Japan are already doing this)

The book also contains unique ideas regular Americans can use to protect themselves from what’s coming. You will find the facts within this report truly incredible. They are all true.

Fair warning for Americans: you may not be ready for what you’re about to learn concerning the US economy... Washington... and a financial meltdown.

This book was written and published by Will Bonner, Publisher, Bonner and Partners.


Quote of the Day: “Bill Bonner is a quiet and gentle man, idolized by staffers, liked and admired even by competitors. The sense of real begins with Bonner’s earnestness and uncomfortable with the notion of success.” – From Worth Magazine.
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