posted on Nov, 28 2009 @ 11:32 PM
I saw Hyperinflation Nation when it came out but I hadn't seen this one yet even though I was emailed about it. This video was much better than the
first one. Truly scary stuff, and the reason it's so scary is because everyone who watches it can actually see this happening, not in some far off
future but right here, right now in front of our very eyes. This is not a fear tactic "what if" this is reality, and it's going to get worse. It's
like watching a train wreck in slow motion.
I was especially surprised to learn that "Cash for Clunkers" was the brainchild of the Chinese, created because they would not accept our dollar for
their exports. We HAD to destroy all those working and fully paid for cars so we could give the tons of scrap metal to China in exchange for
their extending us credit. To make matters worse it enticed people to buy vehicles that they couldn't afford and are now in further long term debt to
pay them off.
I have for months been telling everyone I know, DO NOT SELL YOUR GOLD! I'm sure you have all seen those commercials to send in your gold in
exchange for cash. BAD IDEA! I originally explained that "they" were simply trying to suck all the tangible assets out of the American public. Now I
see that regardless of the intent, it is more important than ever to hang on to any tangible assets. As infolurker said, it is also
increasingly imperative that things of useful value (not a plasma TV etc.) be acquired and held on to.
The lack of media coverage is particularly upsetting because it indicates that either this is indeed part of the planned destruction of the U.S. for
the purpose of world currency to further the global domination of the elite, (this is what I believe) or that we are simply being lied to that
"everything is going to be o.k." to prevent a panic or the least malicious, that they are desperately hoping that spending our way out of a spending
problem will work this time.
~The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over, each time expecting a different result
I'm afraid that the next few years or so will see the final gasps of the mighty America that once was. No amount of arguing over whether it was
planned and caused by the elite, or "the rise of the rest" or simply failed policies will change that.