Monday, August 31, 2015

Globalization: History's Largest Mass Delusion

"How will I know this is all ending?"

Optical refraction?

Race to the bottom visualized:

"Once the economy had been sold and deposited in the Caymans, it all collapsed with extreme dislocation to the vast majority's total surprise. They blamed it on subprime, and called borrowing too much money to sustain an unsustainable lifestyle, a 'one-time' event. Undaunted, Harvard-educated Bernankenstein lowered interest rates to 0% to resuscitate borrowing and then printed trillions to re-inflate their fake wealth. 

It did absolutely nothing for the economy - other than to give more time for full monetization. But it gave everyone the illusion of being successful, which is all they wanted in the first place. Jobless consumers headed straight back to Walmart to buy the other junk they didn't need. 

When it all collapsed again, in broad daylight, the sheeple were shocked and enraged. No one told them 'this' was all ending, again. Actually, many people told them, just not the ones they trusted for fair and balanced reporting."

"How will I know?" 
I will go out on a limb and say you won't...

That was the whole point of post-2008. To fix the problem. At the source.