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The Brick nations or BRICS nations are countries which are in today's economy not considered core nations but whose economies are growing at a very rapid rate. Among these secondary countries are usually included Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, hence the acronym “BRICS.”

First Summit

The first summit of the BRIC nations was held in Yekaterinberg, once an industrial jewel of the Soviet Union. One of the conclusions of this summit is that the United States with its U.S Dollar reserve currency and the European Union with its Euro hold a disproportionate amount of power and that there should be a new multinational entity like the United Nations but with increased representation for these emerging economies.

One of the goals of these five major BRICS nations is trade among each other using their own local currencies rather than first converting the exporter's currency to U.S. dollars and then converting to the local currency of the importers. Once this BRICS trade happens on a large scale it will be very bad for the American economy to lose its reserve status that we have enjoyed since Bretton Woods.

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If I Wanted to Save America

Jack Spirko of the Survival Podcast responded to a shocking video called “If I Wanted America to fail”.<ref>“If I wanted America to fail”, Published FreeMarketAmerica (http://FreeMarketAmerica.org) on Apr 20, 2012. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZ-4gnNz0vc. Discusses Global warming carbon credit, environmental movement, Public school culture liberal values, socialist Big government-Nanny state-Police state of Obamanomics-Obamunism Accessed April 9, 2014</ref>

The Brick nations or BRICS nations are countries which are in today's economy not considered core nations but whose economies are growing at a very rapid rate. Among these secondary countries are usually included Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, hence the acronym “BRICS.”

First Summit

The first summit of the BRIC nations was held in Yekaterinberg, once an industrial jewel of the Soviet Union. One of the conclusions of this summit is that the United States with its U.S Dollar reserve currency and the European Union with its Euro hold a disproportionate amount of power and that there should be a new multinational entity like the United Nations but with increased representation for these emerging economies.

One of the goals of these five major BRICS nations is trade among each other using their own local currencies rather than first converting the exporter's currency to U.S. dollars and then converting to the local currency of the importers. Once this BRICS trade happens on a large scale it will be very bad for the American economy to lose its reserve status that we have enjoyed since Bretton Woods.

See Also

If I Wanted to Save America

Jack Spirko of the Survival Podcast responded to a shocking video called “If I Wanted America to fail”.<ref>“If I wanted America to fail”, Published FreeMarketAmerica (http://FreeMarketAmerica.org) on Apr 20, 2012. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZ-4gnNz0vc. Discusses Global warming carbon credit, environmental movement, Public school culture liberal values, socialist Big government-Nanny state-Police state of Obamanomics-Obamunism Accessed April 9, 2014</ref>

The Brick nations or BRICS nations are countries which are in today's economy not considered core nations but whose economies are growing at a very rapid rate. Among these secondary countries are usually included Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, hence the acronym “BRICS.”

First Summit

The first summit of the BRIC nations was held in Yekaterinberg, once an industrial jewel of the Soviet Union. One of the conclusions of this summit is that the United States with its U.S Dollar reserve currency and the European Union with its Euro hold a disproportionate amount of power and that there should be a new multinational entity like the United Nations but with increased representation for these emerging economies.

One of the goals of these five major BRICS nations is trade among each other using their own local currencies rather than first converting the exporter's currency to U.S. dollars and then converting to the local currency of the importers. Once this BRICS trade happens on a large scale it will be very bad for the American economy to lose its reserve status that we have enjoyed since Bretton Woods.

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Jack answered with his podcast on “If I Wanted to Save America” (http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/help-spread-the-word-and-share-if-i-wanted-to-save-america):

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<ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-YbjhpL49c</ref>

<ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=na5OMdHip-g</ref>

For one's long-term survival from the Police state and the Nanny State, Jack Spirko created Walking to Freedom — an initiative by where citizens are encouraged to pull up stakes and to move to a more open and free state – to vote with their feet.

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Visual representations of Jack Spirko's “If I Wanted To Save America” Survival Podcast speech in answer to the above YouTube video “If I Wanted America To Fail”:

Find the corresponding Survival Podcast episode

Relevant TSP Episodes

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versus:

References

Jack answered with his podcast on “If I Wanted to Save America” (http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/help-spread-the-word-and-share-if-i-wanted-to-save-america):

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<ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-YbjhpL49c</ref>

<ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=na5OMdHip-g</ref>

For one's long-term survival from the Police state and the Nanny State, Jack Spirko created Walking to Freedom — an initiative by where citizens are encouraged to pull up stakes and to move to a more open and free state – to vote with their feet.

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Visual representations of Jack Spirko's “If I Wanted To Save America” Survival Podcast speech in answer to the above YouTube video “If I Wanted America To Fail”:

Find the corresponding Survival Podcast episode

Relevant TSP Episodes

See Also

versus:

References

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