Can’t fool Mother Nature for much longer

This entire situation is getting stupid. And people are STILL saying
When the bubble pops, you will be well and truly screwed out of your
last-resort hedge. Then you will have no choice but to be a slave to
anyone who will give you a meal.

You want to eat food from my farm, drink fresh water, a warm, have a dry
place to sleep and and be protected from Viking raids while you are
laboring 10 hours a day? No problem. Keep your guns and gold.
You’ll need the guns to protect yourself while you are crawling around
trying to catch enough fish and turtles and pigs and dogs and cats for
the village to eat. I don’t want the gold. It’s probably counterfeit
anyway, and you have no way of knowing. That 8 cent ‘certificate of
authenticity’ that came with it doesn’t prove anything except that you
wasted your money.

I’ll bet a huge percentage of the world’s middleman PM dealers are
busy counterfeiting silver and gold rounds and bullion as we speak and
making billions by circulating it to chumps who don’t have x-ray

The Washington Post

Even the liberal media like

The list goes on and on. There is simply not enough POTENTIAL money
to pay the world’s CURRENT debts. SO THEY WILL NOT BE PAID!

Every last town in the damn world has lists of the Mormons who live
there because they have a year of food and water stockpiled. As soon
as the stored are empty, those poor people will be living under siege.
No one will have the money to pay any of their debts or mortgages, so
the banks will all fail. Whatever you have in them will be gone.
Your stocks and bonds will be the new toilet paper.

If this wasn’t so effing sad, it would be funny.

90% of success is showing up.  Getting the math right is the other 50%.
Aut viam inveniam aut  faciamaut viam inveniam aut faciam.

2 thoughts on “Can’t fool Mother Nature for much longer

  1. “There is simply not enough POTENTIAL money
    to pay the world’s CURRENT debts.”

    In a fiat system there’s always enough paper, and digital digits to keep the fiat dollar-based reserve system solvent. Japan is a contemporary example of this. Unfortunately, the system can’t create confidence. Fortunately for the present fiat system, when confidence wanes, collective desperation and desperate actions by the government can hold it together even though it’s already gone off the cliff into the unserviceable valley of debt.
    Cliff dwellers, who some confuse with Klingons, that cling to the natural laws of cause and effect, will have an excellent view as the hollowed-out edifice supporting the unreality of a US economic “recovery” and exceptional invincibility comes crashing down like a black swan doing a supersonic swan dive – creating one helluva social sonic boom.
    Most Baby Boomers are half-blind, hard of hearing and fond of clinging onto the hypocrisy of the status-quo, so they won’t know what happened until fiat paper unsolvency cuts off their cable TV subscription. And you can bet none of them look at this website. Betcha….

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