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Anti-Obama Gold Commercials Banned from TV Networks in U.S.

Two television spots developed by a national investment firm specializing in U.S. gold and silver coins have been rejected by major television networks, including the Fox News Channel and the Fox Business Network, for apparently political reasons.

The ads by Phoenix-based Swiss America Trading Corp., a WND advertiser, feature President Obama and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke as animated characters engaging in the potentially inflationary policy of printing paper money with abandon to stimulate the struggling economy.

Singer Pat Boone, a spokesman for Swiss America for more than 15 years, appears in the commercials as an animated announcer who concludes that investing in gold is a prudent strategy to diversify a portfolio in inflationary times.

The end of the great Keynesian fiat experiment is growing near, so I can understand why the elite would want to ban these commercial and keep the public oblivious. This is especially true as we head into election season and the banking system looks ready to collapse at any moment.

The dollar may hold up a while longer as the Euro appears to be the first currency to crack, but I believe that all fiat currencies will crash soon after the first domino falls. Have you diversified your wealth out of fiat funny money and into precious metals yet?

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By | 2017-03-23T14:06:27+00:00 December 5th, 2011|Gold & Silver Commentary|

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Jason is the founder of goldstockbull.com. He previously worked in data analytics for the world’s largest research firm, consulting to Fortune 500 companies globally. Jason eventually leveraged those skills to trade successfully full-time and after helping friends and family optimize their investments, he launched Gold Stock Bull and The GSB Contrarian Report newsletter. Jason is a cycles investor with a contrarian eye for identifying undervalued assets. He has built an expertise in both the precious metals and cryptocurrency markets. Jason believes in honest money, limited government, decentralization of power and enjoys studying alternative economic models.