It’s a mathematical certainty that history’s largest fiat Ponzi scheme will go down, and the countdown to its demise has not only started, but is in its final economic “hours.”
The edited excerpts above, and those below, are from an article by Andy Hoffman entitled Just When You Thought The Worst Had Passed which can be read in its entirety HERE.
It’s graphs like this – of steel prices hitting 12-year lows – or this and this – depicting the exploding gap between rising U.S. and European stock prices and plunging economic activity – that tells the real story of the horrifying direction the world is headed. Or, worse yet, the parabolic debt explosion that must eventually implode – perhaps, far sooner than most can imagine.
The Fed – as well as its Washington, Wall Street, and MSM minions – will continue to cheerlead until the bitter end shouting “recovery” but when the Fed eventually raises interest rates it will likely usher in an unprecedented era of financial market instability and accelerated economic decline, and consequently, heightened social unrest, geopolitical instability, and a host of other nasty events.
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