Max Keiser talks to Mark O'Byrne of Goldcore.com about the European debt crisis and Ireland's gold. Country by country is going down and taken over by the elite banksters! ..The Elite are preparing for collapse of their currencies (they themselves orchastrate it) and buying out the gold and silver, so that they will be able to introduce again their "new" currency backed by gold and silver and later when they will run out - start doing the same thing all over again!! It is still the same thing over and over again.. Only one thing changes - they are getting richer and richer and richer and richer and..... you know the story..
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