Thursday, December 9, 2010

Economy and Financial System Face Eventual Great Collapse

A Great Collapse. The U.S. economic and systemic solvency crises of the last two years are just precursors to a Great Collapse: a hyperinflationary great depression. Such will reflect a complete collapse in the purchasing power of the U.S. dollar, a collapse in the normal stream of U.S. commercial and economic activity, a collapse in the U.S. financial system as we know it, and a likely realignment of the U.S. political environment. The current U.S. financial markets, financial system and economy remain highly unstable and vulnerable to unexpected shocks. The Federal Reserve is dedicated to preventing deflation, to debasing the U.S. dollar. The results of those efforts are being seen in tentative selling pressures against the U.S. currency and in the rallying price of gold.

Crises Brewed by Federal Government and Federal Reserve Malfeasance. The crises have been generated out of and are centered on the United States financial system, triggered by the collapse of debt excesses actively encouraged by the Greenspan Federal Reserve. Recognizing that the U.S. economy was sagging under the weight of structural changes created by government trade, regulatory and social policies — policies that limited real consumer income growth — Mr. Greenspan played along with the political and banking systems. He made policy decisions to steal economic activity from the future, fueling economic growth of the last decade largely through debt expansion.
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  1. great day of reconing comes for those who try and make problems. guess who. yes it is us. American people rise up so now bankers, wallstreet, drug dealers, politicans not doing job, nowhere to run nowhere to hide. There is no other pill to take so swallow one that makes you ill. Rage gainst machine. we will not let aversity get in are way. We will rtun over opposition like they are rags. we are free people living in free time. hit the streets and hit some athority.

    - Sam

  2. I see you majored in North Korean English, Sam.

    Very funny.

  3. WTF Sam I Am
    I Am Sam
    With Green Eggs and Ham
    Sam, I gut sem advize you for see naw here is dat seeringe thingy over yon see thar? Yeah dat be it now dat ya dawnt chaw on no ser ya take dat and and and well yer stuff up yer azz like see ummm yummm

    In other words GTFOA

  4. Sam looks like he is up to american educated par !
    But for a start, as for english skills ,for the practical hard work,like cobstruction america needs it "Hispanics" to get anty real work done.As for higher education ?
    quote :
    "American educators received a wake-up call today when it was revealed that students in Shanghai rank number one globally in reading, math and science, far outpacing their American peers.
    Despite modest gains in math and science, the U.S. continues to lag behind other developed countries."

    In amerika graduate students are having trouble finding a job but still are hooked up in paying for student loan usury .

    With the collapse of the great ponzi economy many young amerikans now face a bleak future of decades as dept Peons.
    Anyway with the quality of their education in decline they would have trouble competing even if they could find a job as America is still in the process of de-industrialization and where even lab rat work is off- shored by Americas capitalists.
    In the old days of strong dollar hegemony America could make up its deficit in educated brainpower by a brain drain policy robbing the best people from the third world.
    Observe foe example ;
    In recent years Indians and Chinese that were the backbone of silicon valley and its patents entepranual spirit etc.
    Game over.
    It is believed that China graduates 500,000 engineers this year not many will head for silicone valley or other backward US research institutions.
    Dead ponzi ,dead, dollar and a dumbed down depressed America.

    A report out today,

    "Highlights From PISA 2009: Performance of U.S. 15-Year-Old Students in Reading, Mathematics, and Science Literacy in an International Context," shows the U.S. now ranks 25th in math, 17th in science, and 14th in reading out of the 34 Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries.
    While OECD countries such as Finland, South Korea, Canada, Japan, Switzerland and New Zealand continue to outpace the U.S. in reading, science and math, all eyes are on China....
    i dont know, but perhaps this American lack of ability to keep up with the rest of the eduvated world is some sort of defective IQ DNA problem ?
    Or perhaps Brain dead Americans are too busy watching dancing with the stars and just not educating their children well?

  5. "Or perhaps Brain dead Americans are too busy watching dancing with the stars and just not educating their children well?"

    The school curriculum being atrocious is another reason. Grade school students (K-12) all have to keep together based on age. Smart kids can't go off to college at 14 even if they are capable. Endless social programming and no educating is going on in the classrooms.

    A six hour day in school gives the child about 20 minutes of academics. In universities college kids have to be tazed like cattle from various rooms to fill out paper work and other crap just to get scheduled for four or five classes in a three month period. The students will not read on their own outside of the classes, they go a couple days a week to some dimmed version of the subject and are taught to follow along at a slow paced level with their eyes glued to the text. The 45 minutes could have been spent reading a real book on the subject written by specialists at their own pace, could have a number of other books to bounce to and from each day; biology, calculus, physics, psychology, history, economics, etc. Instead they are given class choices now such as Ebonics or Sexology, and other pseudo sciences that appeal to immature brains.

    How could 18 year olds go to a university and find an interest in learning when they are surrounded by thousands of other youth who just want to drink and get high? The majority of them were all handed loans without even needing academic qualification. One freshman could read at a third grade level while another could perform differential equations. What's wrong with this picture?

    The worst part is borrowing textbooks. 200 bucks from some poor person's pocket (student) just so they can give it back after the three months end. The people responsible for this are among the nastiest group of thieves.


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