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Wednesday, 4 June 2014
One Day The #USDollar Will Collapse. WHY?
Hitler initiated a false flag event and burned down the Reichstag to gain control over the German government. Could the same happen here in the United States? My initial response to that question is, does it really matter? The pattern of societal collapse and subsequent governmental enslavement of the American people will be largely the same whether the precipitating incident is a false flag attack or a currency collapse. For the purpose of simplicity, let us call the precursor event to all-out martial law, a currency collapse.
The Federal Reserve has been bleeding this country to death for a century. What the dollar bought 100 years ago, can only buy three cents of product today. This means that 97% of the value of our currency has gone into the pockets of the Federal Reserve investors for the past 100 years.
I am amazed at the abject ignorance of the American people and that they think the Federal Reserve is actually part of the federal government. As we like to stay in the alternative media, the Federal Reserve is no more federal than Federal Express. For the record, the Federal Reserve is a privately held corporation which sells stock to preferred insiders. In 1913, a small majority of Congress commissioned the Federal Reserve to control banking in the United States. Without a doubt, this was the worst decision ever made by an act of Congress.
There are many reasons why the US dollar is ultimately doomed to collapse. First, we are running out of just about everything that makes the industrial complex operative, so commodities such as oil are going to become scarcer and much more expensive.
Second, the free ride will end, in that the US will no longer be able to trade paper IUO's for hard concrete goods. You have a geopolitical world that is becoming more and more savvy to this unfair trade imbalance.
Third, the US military's overreach is just becoming to costly to sustain and that's puts more pressure on the currency and its reserve status.
Does history repeat itself? Sure looks that way when you compare Rome's rise and fall to the history unfolding in America. The problem is: there is no where to run nor hide.
June 4, 2014
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