Well, I've gotta start somewhere.
Friday, August 19, 2011 12:53:29 AM
A reform of the world's economy is on the way. This we know. But how? How will this occur? There are a couple ways:
One. An economic collapse. Did you know that the United States' unemployment rate is higher than what it was during the Great Depression in the 20's? And it's gonna get worse. We haven't even seen half of the storm yet. The nice thing about a collapse is that the bad sectors get weeded out. And believe me when I say, there's a LOT of bad sectors.
Two. A revolution. Egypt did it. Syria's doing it. Why not us? It's a scary thought, but it works.
Three. The government actually pulls their act together and cuts worthless programs. You're going to hate me for saying this, but why keep Social Security? It's going out the door anyways. Food Stamps? Why did we change those to Debit cards? The state paying for child births whose parents make less than 40,000. I'm not paying for the teenager who made a stupid choice. Oh, and let's not mention the stipulate programs to help the "poor" unemployed people. Those people make bank. And most of them are doing nothing! If we could harness all that extra money, then we might be able to funnel it into stuff more worthwhile, like starting to pay off that massive debt to China.
Four. A mass exodus. Everyone suddenly books it out of the US into Canada. Whoo! Why do you think the US government is trying to pass laws to prevent people from taking their money out of the country?
Five. A switch to the Chinese Yen. Suddenly, the US dollar isn't worth anything anymore. Let's start using the currency from a country that's actually in the black! It's actually worth something. Sure, tons of US companies and banks would falter, but what were those businesses standing on anyway? Fiat money, worthless slips of paper.
What's going to happen exactly? I don't know, but it's going to happen soon. Very soon. Be prepared. Later I'll get to what "prepared" actually means. Stay tuned.
Good luck out there.