posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 05:37 AM
I have been looking at the information at hand, and it does seem that a global depression is very close.
Take the information like this, U.S economy, obviously everyone knows is unstable. There is no way to sustain the economy without an increase in the
cashflow. I mean when you break it down, the economic system is designed so that as long as money keeps flowing through, it can continue to prosper.
The problem is that without jobs, people don't have money to spend.
So if you stop there it seems you need more jobs... right?
Well yes and no. Because the problem is that to continue to create jobs you need to continue to grow the economy, which means you need more money
flowing through the system.
But you can't just throw money at it....
So what about the rest of the economies? Everyone is looking at China... but how strong are they really?
Well China is also having problems... they have to create something like 2mil jobs a year or so, just to keep their economy from bottoming out, which
is unsustainable, just like the U.S., they just aren't as far along.
Well there is always the Euro... oh wait... Why did all those countries join the Euro anyways? Because none of the european countries had large enough
economies to compete in a global market, so they joined together under one banner hoping to strengthen their position. Well, now there are some
smaller countries that can't sustain the value of the euro, and it is causing normally solvable problems to become overwhelming monsters.
Oh yeah Japan is usually a stable market, but... the recent events have caused large problems, not only the cost of repairing damages but now the food
chain has been recently discovered as being saturated with radiation, which means they will have to import more food and rice, which in turn will
increase food prices across the board.
And we can't forget Australia, they are accumulating debt like its a race, along with alot of other smaller countries...
Now what does this mean, well.... one of two things happen,
global depression, or war over recources. Oh yeah I forgot, or both.
Put it like this, everyone on your block goes into debt to the same person, now this one person knows that everyone is in debt and want some of the
money so he asks for it, but not everyone can pay.
So each neighbor ask the other neighbors to borrow some cash, or they try to sell some of their stuff.
Those that sell their stuff can now either repay some of their debt, or lend it to the other neighbors, trying to make some money off the
So now the neighbors that took the loans from their fellow neighbors or payed thier debts off, can now take out fresh loan, to lend to the the other
neightbors to make some money.
Well at this point some interest is accumulating on some of the debts, this money wasn't in the closed system befor, where does it come from....
anyways you see where its going..... So now to my point, what good is the gold? What I mean is that, if all the countries continue to have large
economic failures the price of neccesities will rise, some say I will invest in Gold so that I can trade it later for goods is it goes really bad, or
perhaps the market will recover and I can sell it for more.
Truth be told, I think there will be a large crash in the global economy. The gold you buy now, may seem cheap, but will yeild perhaps small returns,
or more likely large losses.
As for trading it for goods, who is going to be buying all this gold from you for these goods?
Although I don't think there will be a complete meltdown of the system, I doubt it will be as strong as it was for a long long time.
Also important to note, even though some may not believe in the 2012 prophecy ( I am not arguing it as fact by anymeans) Just the fact that it is so
well known, will have an affect on the economy, all it owuld take is a few in high positions now to belive in it and ... well I guess they call it
It's funny because maybe some of the people that have been trying so hard to spread this news could be one of the reasons it happens...