posted on Apr, 9 2009 @ 09:15 AM
reply to post by thewind
1. Who has leaked such information, and why are they ALL so terrified to state it?
2. It went into religious, and therefore loses any credibility.
3. It's common sense that if the $ failed, massive civil unrest would break out.
4. All points on the list, apart from the union, are reasonable assumptions after the collapse of the $.
5. All of this would have been expected and foreseen by the very highly paid thinktanks working with the US government.
My opinion? There's no conspiracy here, just Bush using a "likely scenario" to scare congress into giving permission for his bailout.
As I recall, at the time it was reported as Bush saying to them "unless you approve this bailout, this is what will happen".
That's why people were scared and horrified. It wasn't a plan of action for America, it was a warning, a scare.
The problem is, the $ will collapse anyway, and it goes back further than this crisis.
The American financial system was always due to fail on the simple fact that every $ is issued with a debt attached. The American people are in
perpetual debt to the Federal bank. You cannot repay a debt with nothing.