People of San Diego value chocolate more than precious metals
The people of Encinitas are given a choice between a free Hershey bar and a silver bar worth $150, the sheople on the streets of San Diego chose the guess what? A chocolate bar!! This is just amazing because this shows how ignorant the people are about what money is, or even willing to walk into the jewelry and coin shop to see how much it is worth. Those people could have taken the bar walked 50 steps and sold it and then bought 75 Hershey Candy bars. :-/
Mark Dice’s earlier youtube video shows him attempting to sell a gold coin 1oz gold bullion coin for only $20 dollars and no one took him up on his offer. This time the local San Diegans where not even interested in taking the silver dollar for free. Yikes. This just shows how much disinformation is out there and also how addicted the people are to sugars.
“I’ll take the chocolate bar,” says one woman as Dice tells her, “who needs a 10 ounce bar of silver, right?” as the woman physically recoils from it.
“Who needs a 10 ounce bar of silver when you can have a good delicious bar of chocolate, right?” Dice tells another man who responds, “Yeah, exactly!”
“The Hershey bar, I can eat it, I can’t eat the silver bar,” remarks another man as he choose the chocolate over the bullion.
Another woman chooses the Hershey bar, commenting, “I’m a girl and it’s been a cranky day.”
A man in a cap then sardonically asks, “silver?” before taking the chocolate bar.
A woman wearing sunglasses remarks, “I don’t have a way to do anything with the silver,” presumably unaware that she could exchange it for $150 at a coin shop just a few feet away. Ironically, the woman then becomes preoccupied with whether or not the Hershey bar is real.
“Is it real? It doesn’t seem real,” states the woman, to which Dice responds, “I mean we could go into this coin shop, we could verify this silver bar as real.”
“No, that’s alright,” responds the woman.
Addison Quale, a profound precious metals specialist, stated in response to Dice's wrote in response to Dice’s previous silver bar video, “Americans have been tricked into believing precious metals are not valuable.”
The central banks have created an “uninformed, uninterested, ignorant and pliable citizenry they can lead around by the nose,” writes Quale they have “essentially convinced the populace that gold and silver coins are ultimately impractical and just too old-fashioned” they are succeeding in making people strongly believe that the promissory bank notes and certificates represent real money.
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