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False stats cannot hide the collapse — John Williams

Liberty and Finance, Released on 6/22/20

You’ve known in your gut, but are not being told, that we’ve never recovered from the Great Recession, but the “shadow” facts reveal this very inconvenient truth. So the impending collapse is starting from Great Recession levels, and set to drop from there…Legendary analyst John Williams, founder of ShadowStats.com, joins Liberty and Finance / Reluctant Peppers for the first time to lay bare the scandalous pattern of concerted contortion of economic and financial data by official sources. Williams explains why this institutionalized lying serves the government and banks at the expense of the worker, earner, saver, and retiree. Williams issues a scathing expose of the rotten foundation of the fairy tale we’re told about our economy, and how that is used to squeeze fixed-income pensioners, over-tax the middle class, and mislead and misdirect investors into dutifully marching off the cliff. Williams warns of the evident coming economic collapse & hyperinflation, which we are NOT being told about by the financial elite and their government accomplices, including a quorum of recent Fed Chairs who have stated: “We Can Create Inflation Any Time We Want by Printing Money…”

Walter J. “John” Williams has been a private consulting economist and a specialist in government economic reporting for more than 30 years. His economic consultancy is called Shadow Government Statistics (shadowstats.com). His early work in economic reporting led to front-page stories in The New York Times and Investor’s Business Daily. He received a bachelor’s degree in economics, cum laude, from Dartmouth College in 1971, and was awarded a master’s degree in business administration from Dartmouth’s Amos Tuck School of Business Administration in 1972, where he was named an Edward Tuck Scholar.

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