Governments with mountains of debt are resorting to tax hikes and austerity policies.
All pensions are threatened…
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…institutional investors are once again beginning to fret about what might be lurking around the corner.
…the U.S. budget and mismanaged economy is feeling the effects of a war economy.
Though officials avoid those terms in public.
…ignore the rhetoric for justifying the war economy and focus on the actions. Conclusion:
War Escalates and/or spreads to other regions, by design.
It is not an accident, it is policy.
Hopefully new start up companies and existing small companies will leap on this opportunity.
More competition to the mega-corps is a good development, and alternatives to the current financial hegemony is a necessity.
“They and other central bankers have become the standard bearers of a system that can best be described as a reverse Robin Hood scheme, one that takes from the poor and gives to the rich. It’s just that in this tale, the ‘poor’ means everybody not in the top 1%.” […]
“Virtually everybody in the bottom 95% is being economically and financially sacrificed to bail out the prior bad decision of the central banks and their associated governments. And as that’s deeply unfair, it breeds resentment. Psychology tells us that resentment breeds contempt. And once there, relationship are doomed to fail. Our leaders have broken their covenant with the governed, and the governed are increasingly pissed. Expect that simmering anger to boil over at some point.” -Peak Prosperity