Saturday , 19 August 2017


The Next Financial Crisis: A Documentary Video

In times of crisis people seek strong leaders and simple solutions but what if their solutions are identical to the mistakes that caused the very crisis? This is the story of the greatest economic crisis of our age, the one that awaits us. Copy: 529 words; Video: 46:22 minutes

So says this excellent documentary video by Global Research (www.GlobalResearch.ca) in which noted commentators such as Peter Schiff, David Walker and Gerald Celente put forth their concerns as to what the future hold for us. The documentary is based on the book “FinancialFiasco” by Johan Norberg. Lorimer Wilson, editor of www.munKNEE.com, presents the video in the link below and edited excerpts of the introductory copy for the sake of clarity and brevity to ensure a fast and easy read. Please note that this paragraph must be included in any article re-posting to avoid copyright infringement. Global Research goes on to say:

When the world’s financial bubble blew, the solution was to lower interest rates and pump trillions of dollars into the sick banking system. “The solution is the problem, that’s why we had a problem in the first place”. For Economics Nobel laureate Vernon Smith, the Catch 22 is self-evident – interest rates have been at rock bottom for years, and governments are running out of fuel to feed the economy. “The governments can save the banks, but who can save the governments?” Forecasts predict all countries’ debt will reach 100% of GDP by next year. Greece and Iceland have already crumbled, who will be next?

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The storm that would rock the world, began brewing in the U.S. when Congress pushed the idea of home ownership for all, propping up those who couldn’t make the down payments. The Market even coined a term, NINA loans: “No Income, No Assets, No Problem!” Enter FannieMae and FreddieMac, privately owned, government sponsored. “Want that vacation? Wanna buy some new clothes? Use your house as a piggie bank!” Why earn money to pay for your home when you can make money just living in it? With the government covering all losses, you’d have been a fool not to borrow.

The years of growth had been a continuous party but when the punchbowl ran dry, instead of letting investors go home to nurse their hangovers as usual, the Federal Reserve just filled it up again with phoney money. For analyst Peter Schiff, the consequence of the spending binge was crystal clear: “we’re in so much trouble now because we got drunk on all that Fed alcohol”. Yet along with other worried experts, he was mocked and derided during the boom.

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Have you taken out a mortgage, invested capital or bought shares? If you have, likelihood is you lost out in the latest bust. Governments promised decisive action, the biggest financial stimulus packages in history, gargantuan bailouts: but what crazed logic is this, propping up debt with…more debt?

This documentary brings an entirely fresh voice to the hottest topic of today.

http://tv.globalresearch.ca/2011/02/overdose-next-financial-crisis