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Coal mining is a multi-billion dollar industry in Russia. This documentary from the middle of 2013, takes you inside one of Russia’s most prolific underground coal mines.

China currently consumes more coal for energy...

Coal mining is a multi-billion dollar industry in Russia. This documentary from the middle of 2013, takes you inside one of Russia’s most prolific underground coal mines.

China currently consumes more coal for energy generation than all countries on earth combined. It imports a huge amount of that coal from Russia.

Coal shipments to China totaled 327.1 million tonnes in 2013.

Peter Schiff continues to believe the Fed, led by Janet Yellen, will not raise interest rates. Last week, the Fed reduced its bond buying campaign to just $15 billion per month.

According to Janet Yellen, this is the last month of official bond buying. This sent gold and many commodities including oil lower.

John Embry, Chief Investment Strategist at Sprott Asset Management, thinks gold price suppression is a key factor in global monetary policy.

Embry explains, "because the takedown in the paper markets are so aggressive at this point that there is something going on behind the curtain, which suggests to me that things are getting very close to reaching a head. And we won't know until it happens. And you've got to be on the right side of the trade the moment it happens, you can't be late."

Charles Nenner Research’s managing director David Gurwitz was recently interviewed by Kitco News. The fund manager discussed what direction gold, silver and the US Dollar may go in the coming few years.

Gurwitz is bullish on gold, stating, “We think gold is going to retest its highs down the road.”

He was most bullish on silver, predicting the precious metal will double in value over the next few years.

Peter Schiff explains that interest rates will not be raised anytime soon, despite being too low for too long. Despite Schiff’s epic call on the 2007-2008 subprime crisis and ensuing market collapse, he has been dead wrong on gold and Fed actions for some time. He is now staking his career and reputation on the US economy re-entering recession and further quantitative easing by the Fed.

Raw uncut footage of a Squawkonomics Home Interview with investment legend Dr. Marc Faber.

Dr. Faber discussed with Keith Hilden of Squawkonomics investment topics ranging from Bitcoin vs. gold, the Vietnamese investment environment, the South China Sea, Ukraine vs. Russia investment and what is holding Africa back.  

Max Keiser salutes America on September 11th 2014 in his most recent episode.

Max Keiser and Stacey Herbert discuss the "ultra-violent" outbreaks taking place in malls throughout America.

Keiser explains how the youth have become self actualized at the mall and that the religion of America has become shopping.

The American Dream of owning a home is also discussed.

Next week residents of Scotland will vote in the country's first ever independence referendum.

If Scotland splits from the rest of the UK, the consequences for the country's currency could be complicated.

The ongoing threats from the UK about Scotland being forced to go it alone without the pound sterling, should it separate from Great  Britain, highlights the economic and social clout that an established world-wide currency can wield.

The US is back in Iraq and this time is spending hundreds of millions on air strikes. With ISIS gaining momentum, whether or not the political and social support exists to take on another enemy in Iraq is examined.

The host of Boom Bust, Erin Ade, talks to Yanis Varoufakis, author and economics professor at the University of Texas, about the European economy and its mounting problems.

She also speaks with John Brynjolfsson, CIO of Armored Wolf, about the ECB, US housing market, and Fed policy.

Frank Holmes explains that despite gold's weakness in US Dollars it is performing better in euro terms.

Holmes agrees with HSBC that gold purchases by central banks will increase in 2015.

Holmes states that, "smart central bankers are recognizing it's all a race to zero on devaluing currencies."

And that, "right now its Europe that has to devalue their currency to stimulate the economy."

James Rickards spoke almost one year ago about the future of money, gold and the ongoing global currency war.

Rickards discusses the strategic power of the USD and how the strength of a currency is tied to the rise and fall of all empires.

And that, "there is no such thing as a strong national security, without the strong currency."

The US Dollar is facing more scrutiny than ever due to excessively dovish monetary policy by the Fed and the various sanctions the US has imposed on nations such as Russia.

Ron Paul believes there is “built up hostility with America, because we've been bullying the world, but no one has been strong enough to take us on.”

Mike Maloney reveals the tragic fact that there are more companies going out of business each year than going into business.

Maloney believes this one chart makes it easy to understand why the so called 'economic recovery' is one big lie.

The only way to correct this is get the government out of businesses business.

On Peter Schiff's last official show as host of the Peter Schiff Show, he interviewed Ron Paul.

The two infamous advocates of sound money discuss issues ranging from the Iraq war, ISIS and his son Rand Paul's potential bid for President.

The actions and potential future actions of the Federal Reserve are also discussed.

After some comedic banter at the onset of his recent interview with Kitco, Dennis Gartman explains to investors how sometimes the greatest traders are the most simplistic.

In other words, don't fight the trend, but invest with it until it stops working for you.

Gartman remains bullish on gold in Yen terms, but neutral on gold in US dollar terms.

With respect to the markets, Gartman coins the phrase, “We are in fact melting up.” He believes the market still has room to run and will likely be higher in 2 months than it is today.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli have launched the construction of the first part of Gazprom’s Power of Siberia pipeline - which will deliver 4 trillion cubic meters of gas to China over 30 years.

The pipeline will be the largest in the world and is another feather in the cap of Vladimir Putin.

Obama provided an update on the U.S. missile strikes taking place against ISIS forces in Iraq at a press conference on August 28th.

Obama made it clear that Iraqis need to understand that, ultimately, they will be responsible for their own security.

He alluded to an unlikely partner in defeating ISIS over the long term, most likely Iran, towards the end of the clip.

Marc Faber continues to believe a global financial is coming.

Emerging markets are closely watching the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing program as it reaches its final leg.

Faber explains how credit brought about the initial crisis and that the medicine involved to cure the disease has been even more credit.

Dinesh D'Souza joined Greg Hunter of USAWatchdog in early August to discuss Obama, the border crisis, and the motives behind the progressive plan.

With D'Souza's trial scheduled for September, Hunter discusses banks that have yet to be charged after admitting they laundered money for terrorists.

D'Souza says "that the thing you have to remember with Obama is that he is a very petty and vindictive guy."

Sanctions are continuing throughout the EU against Russia as Putin defies the West in refusing to pull out rebels or dissuade rebels from fighting in Ukraine.

RT's CrossTalk focuses on the man Putin has become and why he is wildly popular among Russians and throughout much of the world. His "almost rock star performance" over the past few months is evaluated.