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Marin Katusa on U.S. Energy Dependence: “You Want Social Upheaval? Turn Off the Power Grid”

In a recent interview, Marin Katusa joined SGTReport to discuss the real danger to America’s supply chains.  He said that our entry independence is under threat from”hostile nations.” Katusa also discussed nuclear energy, uranium, oil, and gold. 

America’s energy independence has “unwound” during the government’s extreme overreaction to the coronavirus which caused mass panic among the public. Katusa said this problem all comes down to supply chains.

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“The success of the U.S. oil renaissance was solely based off two things: innovation in fracking and access to relatively cheap money historically speaking.”

Basically, other countries have used American innovation in order to turn production in the U.S. upside down. Because production is essentially nothing in the U.S., imports are now mandatory, and there is energy dependence on these other countries. The U.S. imports 100% of the uranium it consumers, which is “an absolute risk,” says Katusa.

The U.S. is going to have to produce uranium, however, it has to be competitive. “The government can’t be seen as propping up what I call ‘welfare mining companies.’” The U.S. has to find a way to be competitive on a global scale and use innovation to do so.

Marin Katusa: Globalist Supply Chains Are BROKEN, The Coming War On Gold

Katusa says to never underestimate American innovation. Katusa also says that Russian has “weaponized” it’s energy resources in his book, the Colder War.  This was done, ultimately, to gain power. So should we be concerned? In short, yes.

“People would be shocked to realize that one in every five homes in America are powered by nuclear energy. Globally speaking, it’s one in every ten homes. Nuclear power’s about 10% of the global electricity-based load power. Everyone’s focused on the ‘green dream’ and, look, I personally benefited from- I financed the largest geothermal project in America in the last 30 years. So, I’m about making money. And I look at these aspects that are so misunderstood and one in every ten homes in America about one in every eight right now by Russian nuclear fuel.

The Russians have a very lon-term perspective here…what better way of levereage over an emerging market than the power grid? Right? You want socila upheaval, turn off the power grid. “

But there’s something else Katusa wants everyone to understand:

“There’s this misconception in the market right now that I want everyone to understand, that they think “oh, we’re gonna get fast-tracked because America needs uranium. That’s not gonna happen. Uranium is the hardest commodity to permit.”

Meaning the U.S. government is standing directly in the way of the U.S.’s energy independence.

 

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Marin Katusa: Globalit Supply Chains Are BROKEN, The Coming War On Gold

Marin Katusa joined X22 Spotlight to discuss the state of the global supply chains.  Things are not looking good for the current financial system the elitists have stuck us with, and it is going to get so much worse.

Katusa discusses the economy after the plandemic of the coronavirus and how the globalists’ supply chains are broken. Katusa says that there is a need to bring Uranium back to the United States, as Russia now produces the Uranium for the U.S.  He says the U.S. needs to be independent of other nations when it comes to uranium production.

It isn’t just the oil supply that’s broken, but the food supply, which will also have a disastrous effect. Almost everything put in place by the government and the elitists is “broken” and they intend to offer you a solution once people are in bad enough shape. It’s up to you if you go back to being a slave for a small amount of security or not.

Why did this happen? For control.  In the United States, as Katusa explains, it became increasingly difficult to permit a project thanks to government intervention. This all comes back to control.  The elitists have been controlling the energy for decades and will continue to do so until we stand up. Katusa says “Americans don’t rely on ‘rare earth’, they rely on nuclear power.”

“There are foundational weaknesses in the supply chain, and nuclear energy has been overlooked because uranium only makes up 3-5% of the actual electricity generation,” said Katusa. He also says the moving of Uranium back to the U.S. is a great opportunity and looks for that to happen around the time of the U.S. election.

Katusa says his “money is on Uranium Energy Corp.” as far as a company can handle all of the obstacles including a low price.

However, be prepared, because we haven’t seen the worst yet in the oil industry.  There will be debt restructuring and all sorts of problems to overcome for oil in the near future. When asked if the elitists would get rid of all of the debt and start over, Katusa said: “yeah, that’s not going to happen.”

That’s not how the governments work. It’s about influence and interest and again, they may extend the debt. They may amend the debt, they’ll pretend it’s gonna be OK. But it’s all about influence and moving forward for resources, and that’s what I call the ‘coming war on gold’… There’s not gonna be a ‘debt jubilee’ for everyone because that’s not how politics works.

So how does gold affect the fiat currency? Countries began buying up gold in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis.  The crisis we face now is far direr. A lot of countries have begun to realize we need real money. Governments are going to be taking more gold for themselves, which means Katusa is bullish on gold. “I see the price of gold going higher in the near term,” Katusa said. “Over the long term, gold will do very well.”

 

 

 

 

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