posted on Aug, 10 2009 @ 07:31 PM
If the dollar collapsed the SHTF everywhere, not just the US. We'd be in for a horrible long term global economic meltdown, but I don't see the
states dissolving. Actually, it might be a good chance to break the hold fascist corporations have over our government and put some good people on the
Hill. Think of it like a group of 30 people climbing the side of the cliff. They are all linked together by a safety rope, and the biggest one should
be at the rear to act as anchor in case the others fall. In our case, we scrambled ahead to the top of the line, and if the dollar collapsed, it would
be like us grabbing a hold of crumbling rocks instead of solid surface. The big guy falls and the rest of the team is ripped off the mountain because
the skinny guy in the back can't hold everybody up.
I also doubt the trillions of debt out there would just magically be forgiven if the dollar failed. Talk about seriously irate creditors!
...Or, the fascist corporations would get gobbled up by a foreign entity (say China), and they'd put in puppets controlled by the corporation. You'd
still have President John/Jane Doe, but they'd be working for the corporation which in turn works under the control of the foreign entity. Puppet
government at its best! It's probably the way the US works right now with its puppet governments across the globe. At least now corporate interests
in America are still largely American interests, even if they screw the people on a regular basis.
In the age of instant global media, it's too risky to go in head first guns a' blazin'. Real control comes by proxy where you can remain hidden and
pull whatever strings you want without public repercussions. Ask the Rothchilds, they learned that lesson a long time ago.