reply to post by aristocrat2
The only issue I have with you is the sequence of events and outcome..
Those in power know civil unrest will happen at the point they start dipping into what remains of the workforce's pay packets to repay the bailout of
So with that in mind, do you really feel the elite will allow the situation to develop to the point where by they face civil unrest??
Do you really feel those in power will allow the markets to fail or allow themselves to be downgraded?? each of those steps creates a marked impact
and further undermines the little confidence that already exists within the system and society as a whole.
Do you really feel they will risk setting the domino effect off?? one that they might not be able to control.. I assume Greece was a market test of
how people will respond, they simply do not like gov reaching into their pockets to take more cash to pay their chums.. it creates a lot of
Just look at the effect the ships money had, it was one of the main causes of the English Civil war.. the Poll tax caused another.. To many civil
wars/revolts circle around what people define as unfair taxes.. That is a very dangerous place to go for any gov..
Since no Gov has taken steps to turn this into a *cough* job filled recovery, and to be honest only with a viable workforce can you expect to repay
the scale of bailouts they have entered into without a serious backlash, I can only assume those in the know must have another plan, a plan that
aviods civil unrest.
Which in my mind can only mean some form of military bumping of heads in being planned, which is something we can clearly see being set up..
All the money printing has done is buy time to get us to this point, and I agree the 24th is potential tipping point, but I feel this tipping point is
a lead up to war, the only other alternative without jobs to keep idle hands busy is civil unrest.
So do you really feel this or any gov is going to allow civil unrest to spread like a contagion through out the Western World??
[edit on 10/3/10 by thoughtsfull]