reply to post by tensetek
Usually I can't bear to listen to Alex and his ramblings, but Peter I completely agree with.
I've never thought I am very clued-up with how money and financial systems work, but I find that I've been thinking like him from the start, which
gives me a confidence boost!
He is right of course. There is a struggle ahead either way, but government intervention is going to make things a lot worse.
The only aspect that I didn't agree with him on is civil unrest being caused when food is short or power fails. I think it could more easily come
about by authority reaction to civil protest.
I'll forgive him this little oversight because I don't think he has a lot of experience in this (shown by his lack of discussion about the AMERO and
I am certain that the majority of trouble will come about when people try to protest and the Police try to stop them. There are a lot of examples of
regional American forces trying to quash any peaceful protest, they are no longer in place to protect and serve, they are in place to control.
As seen previously, all it takes is one documented event of police brutality or perceived injustice and the whole shebang goes to smeg and
I have said many times that it'll be March/April when this hits. And now the protests are planned for March.
There are a myriad of things that could cause it before then, but for now I'll stick to that estimate.
Just like Peter, I wish governments would allow the storm to pass rather than throw money at the storm clouds. But that's not going to happen.
By the end of the year I expect to see spending increase on Policing, National Guard, FEMA camps and anything else where they can divide the country
between those who control through government paid employment, and those who are controlled by those people. There will be a divided nation of
prisoners and their wardens.
Men will have to choose between working for the government to control the people, or being in a low paid, highly taxed job as a slave to them