Tom Mullen Interviews Peter Schiff at the 2012 RNC





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Published on Aug 30, 2012

Tom Mullen interviews Peter Schiff at the RNC on The Real Crash, Austrian economics and Ron Paul.

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"around 200.000 Billion Dollars in circulation in the world only 0.4 % backed by Gold or 800 Billion." Actually 0% (none) is backed by gold as of 1971. By the way, whats the name of the economics professor in Zagreb you mentioned? 
U. professor of economics Zagreb on USA dollar: USA dollar is printed paper without backing of goods services or gold it is in deep hyperinflation it is just question of short time when it starts. around 200.000 Billion Dollars in circulation in the world only 0.4 % backed by Gold or 800 Billion. 
Great work guys. Love the discussion. Right on. Something does appear to be wrong with the video, either the quality of the camera, but probably something to do with the file and rendering formats, etc. It shakes strangely too and is way low-res. It's definitely not related to extra light. 
Rick Blundell
Schiff is excellent as usual. Do not complain about the video quality, this information is valuable.
Ben Cooke
It's cool man. I could hear them fine.
Ouch! See my comment above on the video. It was impossible for cameraman to compensate given conditions we were under - on a landing at the Hyatt in Tampa.
Ben Cooke
Tom Mullen Interviews Peter Schiff at the 1984 RNC!
canadian inflation up 6-8% last year. At least. 
Hello friends, There are a lot of comments on the video quality. It was not the cameraman's fault. We were under a skylight and if you ended up in the 2-3 PM timeslot, the sun shown through and blotted everything out. If you watch my interview with Doug Wead, we're at the same table at a different time of day and the video is much better. There was also a brief problem wth the audio, which also did not occur in the Wead interview. Thanks for putting up with it and watching!
This video quality makes the interview seem Circa 1991!
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