• Ron Paul: The Collapse Is Closer Than Ever


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    1. donnay's Avatar
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    1. wizardwatson's Avatar
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      Quote Originally Posted by donnay View Post
      I actually started my "money system" economic study based on Catherine's "Solari"/Neighborhood Equity Corporations. Was reading her back in like 2002.

      Started a dead-end thread about her work years ago here.

      http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...ess-investment

      Small world.
    1. TheTexan's Avatar
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      Just invest LMT it's gonna go up no matter what happens
    1. Galileo Galilei's Avatar
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      With Trump about to point 3 new members of the Federal Reserve Board, plus a new chairman, that should delay the collapse about 50 years. The elite bankers wanted Stanley Fischer, but that won't happen and the banksters are furious.
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      Quote Originally Posted by TheTexan View Post
      Just invest LMT it's gonna go up no matter what happens
      At 273 a share and a P/E Ratio at 16 and rising , LOL . No thanks . You go ahead and roll the dice . I am just going to throw some pork shoulder and new york strips on the grill and watch the rain dry .
    1. William Tell's Avatar
      William Tell -
      Quote Originally Posted by Galileo Galilei View Post
      With Trump about to point 3 new members of the Federal Reserve Board, plus a new chairman, that should delay the collapse about 50 years. The elite bankers wanted Stanley Fischer, but that won't happen and the banksters are furious.
      Nah. The only thing that might stop the collapse is ending the FED. Which Trump won't do because he's a Globalist who serves Globalist masters.
    1. Galileo Galilei's Avatar
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      Quote Originally Posted by William Tell View Post
      Nah. The only thing that might stop the collapse is ending the FED. Which Trump won't do because he's a Globalist who serves Globalist masters.
      The globalists did not back Trump. His association with Alex Jones and Roger Stone kept them away.
    1. DamianTV's Avatar
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      Quote Originally Posted by Galileo Galilei View Post
      With Trump about to point 3 new members of the Federal Reserve Board, plus a new chairman, that should delay the collapse about 50 years. The elite bankers wanted Stanley Fischer, but that won't happen and the banksters are furious.
      The collapse of the Money System has nothing to do with who is in office, rather the value of the fiat currency is almost completely exhausted.

      We've already lost about 97% of the purchasing power of the dollar. Trouble here is that "dollar" has two meanings, one, which was prior to the inception of the Federal Reserve Bank, then following its creation where Federal Reserve Dollars replaced US Treasury Dollars. True money does NOT lose its value over time, currency does, especially fiat currency. What I will say is that the end of this financial paradigm is nearing its end, hence the big push for the creation of "digital money" where cash (meaning paper, even if fiat) is completely prohibited, as are all other forms of competing currency.

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      Edit: Adding this:

      http://www.infowars.com/march-2017-t...s-way-overdue/

      "If your brother earns $100,000 in annual income and borrowed $10,000 on his credit card, he could consume $110,000 worth of stuff. In this example, his debt to his personal GDP is just 10%. But what if he could get more credit year after year and reached a point where his total debt reached $352,000 but his income remained the same. His personal debt-to-GDP ratio would now be 352%.

      If he could borrow at super low interest rates, maybe he could sustain the monthly loan payments. Maybe? But how much more could he possibly borrow? What lender would lend him more? And what if those low rates began to rise? How much debt can his $100,000 income cover? Essentially, he has reached the end of his own debt cycle."
    1. Galileo Galilei's Avatar
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      Quote Originally Posted by DamianTV View Post
      The collapse of the Money System has nothing to do with who is in office, rather the value of the fiat currency is almost completely exhausted.

      We've already lost about 97% of the purchasing power of the dollar. Trouble here is that "dollar" has two meanings, one, which was prior to the inception of the Federal Reserve Bank, then following its creation where Federal Reserve Dollars replaced US Treasury Dollars. True money does NOT lose its value over time, currency does, especially fiat currency. What I will say is that the end of this financial paradigm is nearing its end, hence the big push for the creation of "digital money" where cash (meaning paper, even if fiat) is completely prohibited, as are all other forms of competing currency.

      ---

      Edit: Adding this:

      http://www.infowars.com/march-2017-t...s-way-overdue/

      "If your brother earns $100,000 in annual income and borrowed $10,000 on his credit card, he could consume $110,000 worth of stuff. In this example, his debt to his personal GDP is just 10%. But what if he could get more credit year after year and reached a point where his total debt reached $352,000 but his income remained the same. His personal debt-to-GDP ratio would now be 352%.

      If he could borrow at super low interest rates, maybe he could sustain the monthly loan payments. Maybe? But how much more could he possibly borrow? What lender would lend him more? And what if those low rates began to rise? How much debt can his $100,000 income cover? Essentially, he has reached the end of his own debt cycle."
      The European currencies will collapse before the US currency.
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      Very Recent Warnings form some of the World's Largest Banks

      The chief economist for the Bank of International Settlements last month:
      The end may come to resemble more closely a financial boom gone wrong, just as the latest recession showed, with a vengeance.”

      An article in the Telegraph summarized the BIS report.
      The global economy is caught in a permanent trap of boom-bust financial cycles. This deformed structure is becoming ever more corrosive and dangerous as debt ratios rise to vertiginous levels, the world’s top monetary watchdog has warned. The Bank for International Settlements said the rot in the global monetary system has not been cut out since the Lehman crisis in 2008. The current ageing and unstable cycle could finish in much the same explosive way, contrary to the widespread belief that it was a once-in-a-century event caused by speculators.”

      Bank of America’s global FX strategy team, publishing a note directed at the Fed titled “Take that Punch Bowl Away.”
      If we are wrong and central banks do not take away the punch bowl, things will get much messier eventually. Bubbles may form that will eventually burst, leading to much higher volatility than necessary.”

      The Bank of England raised concern – the mother of all bubbles – debt. The Telegraph summed up.
      British families are signing up for a lifetime of debt with almost one in seven borrowers now taking out mortgages of 35 years or more, official figures show. Rapid house price growth has *encouraged borrowers to sign longer mortgage deals as a way of reducing monthly payments and easing affordability pressures.”
    1. TheTexan's Avatar
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      Quote Originally Posted by oyarde View Post
      At 273 a share and a P/E Ratio at 16 and rising , LOL . No thanks . You go ahead and roll the dice . I am just going to throw some pork shoulder and new york strips on the grill and watch the rain dry .
      LMT is up about 10% so far since my post.

    1. oyarde's Avatar
      oyarde -
      Quote Originally Posted by TheTexan View Post
      LMT is up about 10% so far since my post.

      Does this mean you are buying me a beer ?
    1. TheTexan's Avatar
      TheTexan -
      Quote Originally Posted by oyarde View Post
      Does this mean you are buying me a beer ?
      Sure, if you're allowed to leave your state, come down to Texas. I'll buy you a beer.


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