reply to post by SUICIDEHK45
For me, the simplest way to understand what they may or may not want, is to understand that all money, in every town, in every city, in every country,
is owed back to a bank somewhere, by virtue of the fact it was created out of credit in the form of a loan or mortgage. This is the principal, not the
interest accrued on the back of it. This means that there is not enough money in circulation for everyone to pay their debts back with interest. (I
don't mean to sound patronising, as I am sure you know all this)
To this end, TPTB, whoever they actually are, focus on squeezing what money there is around from the middle classes, taking back their assets on the
back of a default. The working or lower classes are no concern to them as they have them in the bag as it were, they work hard to pool what small bit
of the money supply they can to get by each month.
This is a long winded way of saying that yes, I am sure an economic collapse is on the agenda, but the timing of it is, I am sure, timed to exactly
when they want it.
Just as was in the Great Depression.
I feel that there is more, a lot more financial hardship to come, before this happens. People do appear gravely concerned yes, but across the globe,
to differing degrees, the noose can be tightened, people can be left a lot worse off than they are now.
When inflation rises so much due to expansion of the money supply in an effort to keep things buoyant, that a weeks wages won't buy bread, people
will start to shout out for a solution.....
Cue the answer from TPTB.