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Old 06-01-2008, 05:39 PM
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Default SuperDepression Now Inevitable : ~2010? How to Prepare.

Shadow Government Statistics Special Issue - Hyperinflation

The SuperDepression has become a mathematical certainty, based upon a excellent research paper by John Williams of ShadowStats. In his report he has shown that at the current level of debt to GDP ratio if the US Government were to seize 100% of the GDP (aka your paycheques and the paycheques of the companies your work for) -they would still remain completely unable to meet their currently ballooning financial obligations.

- That this depression will be hyperinflationary (aka Weimer Republic Type HyperInflation)

"As to the fate of the developing U.S. great depression, it will encompass the fire of a hyperinflation, instead of the ice of deflation seen in the major U.S. depressions prior to World War II. What promises hyperinflation this time is the lack monetary discipline formerly imposed on the system by the gold standard, and a Federal Reserve dedicated to preventing a collapse in the money supply and the implosion of the still, extremely over-leveraged domestic financial system."

- That based on historical measures, the incumbent party will loose power

"In every presidential race since 1908, in which consistent, real (inflation-adjusted) annual disposable income growth was above 3.3%, the incumbent party holding the White House won every time. When income growth was below 3.3%, the incumbent party lost every time. Again, with redefinitions to the national income accounts in the last two decades, a consistent measure of disposable income as reported by the government has disappeared. Yet, even with official reporting, the current annual growth in real disposable income is at 2.2%, well below the traditional 3.3% limit."

- That 11 successive adminstrations have pushed the government liability to its absolute maximum (aka cannot stop spending.)

"Where Franklin Roosevelt abandoned the gold standard and its financial discipline for the debt standard, eleven successive administrations have pushed the debt standard to the limits of its viability, as seen now in the ongoing threat of possible systemic collapse. The effect of these policies has been a slow-motion destruction of the U.S. dollar's purchasing power, as seen in the accompanying table, since the gold standard was abandoned in 1933."

- That according to GAAP based financial statements the real debt load of the US Government is $62.6 Trillion with a $4.0 Trillion deficit for 2007.

"As discussed in the next section, the limits to the unlimited abuse of the debt standard are particularly evident in the GAAP-based financial statements of the U.S. government, which show the actual federal deficit at $4.0-plus trillion for 2007, alone, with total federal obligations standing at $62.6 trillion. With no ability to honor these obligations, the government effectively is bankrupt."

The paper continues:

"Again, the current circumstance will evolve into a hyperinflationary depression, then great depression. Although such is not likely much before 2010, or after 2018, that financial end game for the current markets will tend to come sooner rather than later and will break with surprising speed when it hits. As discussed later, this likely will not be a deflationary environment as seen during the Great Depression."

What to do, stockpile in the event your money cannot buy anything, and find a place where you can withstand the roving madness that will envelope the cities as this will eventually hit. This paper recommends that those who have money quietly transfer their wealth to a currency that is still gold-backed (aka the Swiss Franc.)

Shadow Government Statistics Special Issue - Hyperinflation

It is important to note that the Federal Reserve has already committed itself to this scenario with its policy of protecting the system - aka bailing out the banks while the end user is left to poverty and 'down-under' mortgages.

$30 Billion Bailout of Bear Sterns BY FEDS
JPMorgan finishes Bear Sterns deal

Bailouts Rule the Day : From Farms to Mansions Feds Assume the Risks
Bailouts rule the day - BostonHerald.com

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Old 07-07-2008, 02:30 PM
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Default Re: SuperDepression Now Inevitable : ~2010? How to Prepare.

If this s*** actually hits the fan I pray to God that we will see it through. If this actually happens, you think America is a police state now, hmph!, wait until then. All h*** will break loose! Chaos in the streets, riots, anarchy, violence, the WHOLE 9 YDS.
You've all gone insane and I'm just laughing at you!!

"America is not at war, the United States Marine Corps is at war, America is at the "mall.""- Unknown soldier in Iraq

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Old 07-11-2008, 07:24 PM
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Its long overdue and I can\'t see how it can be avoided. Time to grow your own turnips.
\"The irrationality of a thing is no argument against its existence, rather a condition of it\".......Friedrich Nietzsche
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Old 07-11-2008, 07:27 PM
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One should grow ones own food anyway. Do you have any idea what they put into the slop that they offer you at the supermarket? Cultivate your on seeds, plant your own crops, reap your own harvest, safest thing really. You should learn to survive without relying on commercialism.
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