Tuesday, January 5, 2016

If You’ve Been Paying Attention You Know What Happens Next........

If You've Been Paying Attention You Know What Happens Next

The economy is on a downhill trajectory and this time there'll be no stopping it. All of the emergency measures implemented by the government following the Crash of 2008 were merely temporary stop-gaps. The light at the end of the tunnel being touted by officials as recovery, is actually an oncoming train.

We're broke. We're living off of debt. We've had a huge transformation of the American economy. Look at all the Americans now on food stamps, on disability, on unemployment.

The whole economy has imploded… the bottom hasn't dropped out yet because we're able to go deeper into debt. But the collapse is coming. America is worse off now than it was pre-crash. With the national debt rising unabated and money being printed out of thin air without reprieve, it is only a matter of time.

The bills are going to come due. Right now interest rates are being kept at zero which makes it possible to service the debt even though it's impossible to repay it… at least we can service it. But once interest rates go up then we can't even service it let alone repay it.

And then the party is going to come to an end.

The problem, of course, is that no one with any real influence over public perception, like our elected officials or the media, will do anything about it. They'll continue the party until it comes to an abrupt and irreversible end, and anyone who goes against the official narrative will be branded a lunatic gloom and doomer or extremist.

Vilifying those who are blaring the warning sirens will do nothing to change the end result.

People in power don't want to acknowledge that the problem is to much government and that we need less government because that's not how they stay in power. They promise something for nothing… they promise that government is the solution for your problems, not the cause of your problems. The reality is that the American economy is on its last legs. Black Friday sales were pitiful, some of the world's leading companies are warning of recession, and U.S. national debt will soon surpass $20 Trillion.

Just as was the case before the Crash of 2008, all of the signs are there. And just like before, the stock market continues to hover near all-time highs.

If you've been paying attention you know what happens next!

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