Monday, November 03, 2014

The wheels are coming off the Money Train

We often hear government officials and mainstream financial pundits throwing around numbers like a billion or trillion. To most Americans these numbers are indiscernible. They are so incredibly enormous that we can’t even imagine what one billion dollars actually looks like, let alone what it takes to generate such capital. And a trillion, or better yet, the $17.9 Trillion that is our national debt? That 17.9 Trillion is the reported debt. I assure you that the black budget, off budget, debts are much higher! 

As when the US Department of Defense says that the US only spends 1 Trillion a year on Defense is a joke. That 1 Trillion is the reported budget. The GAO tells a toally differnet story.  The US Spends in excess of 3 Trillion a year in unreported Defense spending. 

The US has an entire Weaponized Space Fleet that is not reported. The US also has off world bases, as well as U.G.Bases which are unreported.  The scale of the Antarctic bases alone are staggering.

Make no mistake the the entire FIAT monetary system is being run off the rails because time is short.

It turns out money the way we were taught to understand it in school isn’t really how we should be valuing economies or debt. Instead, we need to be looking at what that money represents.
How do we define the sizes of economies?  In dollars?  Nope.  These systems should be measured in terms of a transcendent, invariant unit.  Currencies are, by definition, variant, because they are constantly changing relative to one another.  This includes the dollar, which is itself measured against a BASKET of other currencies.  I propose that GDP should be measured in the unit of MAN HOURS or MAN YEARS.  $20 per hour average wage.  2000 hour average work year. 

So, if we take the latest GDP for the US which is $16.8 trillion and if we use an average wage of $20 per hour, or $40,000 per year, we get an economy of 840 billion man hours, or 420 million man years.
Would you really want your mind blown?  Do that same calculation with the debt (now $18 trillion).  Now do it with the unfunded liabilities of the FED GOV (conservatively $250 trillion).

450 million man years, and 6.25 billion man years respectively.

So, when we talk about trillions of tax dollars being spent on banks or infused into shadow investment houses around the globe, we’re actually not just talking about money being stolen from one group of people that’s being distributed to another. What we’re talking about is the literal theft of our lives – our time and energy.
The unfunded liabilities are estimated at $250 trillion or 6.25 Billion man years.

To put that into perspective, it will take roughly 139 million Americans working non-stop for 45 years just to cover the government’s unfunded liabilities at their current levels. That's if they don't spend one more dollar for the next 50 years! 

Currently, there are about 144 million working Americans with about 100 million not in the labor force for various reasons. So, just to pay off those liabilities, every single working American would have to spend the next 45 years of their lives sending 100% of their income to the government.

The arithmetic is clear: Repaying our national debt and unfunded liabilities is a mathematical impossibility. 

It CAN never happen and it will never happen. The politicians know this, they know that the US debt will never ever be re-payed. There is already a system in place for when the charade of the Stock Market and the US dollar implodes.  This is why the politicians have been arming the local police with massive amounts of military hardware.

Many Americans who are fed up with having their livelihoods stolen on a wholesale basis by government.

Since you’re probably sitting there thinking that people need to be executed for this mess, let me throw out an idea for how to go about meting out justice for these massive financial crimes after the war.  I would simply say that the amount of a theft should be converted to man years, and if the man years-equivalent of what was stolen is in excess of the average working life of a man, say 50 years, then the offense would be a capital offense.

So, just pulling a completely random number out of the sky, say $1.6 billion, and converting that to man years at an average wage of $40,000 per year, that is 40,000 man years, which equals exactly twelve feet of rope, which happily, can be reused an almost unlimited number of times.

Over $1.6 billion in shareholder deposits were vaporized at MF Global under the watchful eye of Former New Jersey Governor John Corzine (left). He served no prison time.

We’re talking massive amounts of time and energy here that have been pillaged from the American people, as well as hundreds of millions of others in Europe and Asia.
The end result WILL come in the form of widespread warfare and a total collapse of the system as we have come to know it.
We are on the tail end of a paradigm built upon debt and false promises. The numbers are now so incredibly large that the trajectory is irreversible.

Our banking system, monetary dominance and geo-political influence are at a breaking point and those who want to come out the other side of the coming disaster need to be making final preparations.

The U.S. government has war-gamed and simulated these very scenarios. They know a massive economic collapse is not only on the horizon – it’s happening right now. They also know that as more people lose their jobs, homes and ability to put food on the table they’re going to come looking for someone to blame. There will be panic and violence. There will be bloodshed and war.

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