posted on Apr, 27 2012 @ 11:17 PM
When I was 93, I had a memory of my past, of growing older in my 30s, through the economic wilderness that was the USA, in transition. I do recall
that between 2012-13 and 2017 was one of the most severe times I have ever had, that the entire nation ever had. This is beyond the 70s gas crisis,
the 80s recession, the 90s recession, and the 2010-ish almost-recession. I can't put it into words but because of global economy, your 1 dollar bill
will be worth about 30 cents in five years in 2017.
How you want to play that information is up to you; how the whole world deals with my story is a mystery. The IMF is demanding to the nations to get
ahold on their populations to pay their bills. There is a world leader that is pretty hard to say no to, thanks to modern technology. It's hard to
describe "poverty" to 1st world nationers who are living paycheck to paycheck, having all they desire; yet, they are poor if the flow of income
stops. Imagine if everything you ever consumed became rationed; gas rationing via a card, for example. Paying per e-mail. Yes, I did suggest a
per-email fee. Imagine a no-buy limit for obese people. Health rations, in other words, linked to your health card.
Back to the point, it's 2012, not 60-odd years from now when I had my memory. How does the mind work? Your big kahuna who warned about loans was
right. The credit card taxation-and-health system will have a value on it per month, and then you have to pay-work that off and then pay more for
yourself. Taxes up front, monthly, in other words. Pay-per-capita.
When your 5 dollar gas is suddenly 13 dollars, how will you balance your debts to pay them off? Oh, and the 20-year old beginner loan errors, paying
the minimum, and more, it's designed to scare debtors sober, and if they can't pay, well, that would be a crime under the new laws, same as not
paying monthly dues, so that would be punishible by prison. This is a dystopia; of course we can all change things if we choose to, myself included.