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Is The UK Bankrupt?

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Daniel John Hannan is a British politician (representing the Conservative Party) and a Member of the European Parliament. In this scathing MUST-SEE speech in March 2009, he tells the UK Prime Minister, Gordan Brown, that the UK has negative equity, has run out of money and that he’s a “devalued prime minister of a devalued government”.

Gold and silver are stores of value and have maintained their buying power for over 5,000 years. Expect them to increase in value over the next few years as global currencies continue to devalue against precious metals.

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