posted on Nov, 22 2016 @ 10:29 AM
So, for American ATSers, a beginning question is whether the US Mint is printing less money each year.
The Federal Reserve is supposed to publish that information. They use a series of aggregates to describe the US economy. "M0" is supposed to
represent the total value of all paper and coin currency, plus "assets that could quickly be converted to cash." M1 is M0 + cashier's checks,
traveler's checks, etc.. M2 = M1 + savings accounts. And so forth.
Basically, there has been an overall upward trend in the volume of notes printed, while the overall value (M0) has remained flat or slightly
I suspect at least part of this is due to the fact that Mexican immigrants distrust banks. Partly this is due to their fears of being traced through
their financial transactions, and being taxed on their illegal income. The other part is cultural--Mexican banks are notoriously corrupt, and
"misplacing" the funds of small-time depositors is commonplace.
Long story short, the globalists cannot really take the USA off of printed money without having a serious negative impact on undocumented residents
here. Oh the humanity.
EDIT TO ADD:
70% of Mexican consumers don't own a single bank account.
How will Uncle Sam force them to conform, in order to tax them through NIRP?
edit on 22/11/2016 by redempsh because: (no reason given)