Great Debasement | The Final Wakeup Call

Inflation is theft by your government

Is there a trace of hope for the better?

Everyone is paying more for less

The People Economy

By The Final Wakeup Call – November 25, 2020

Endless money creation

The termination of the longest business cycle expansion in history must be nearing its end soon. With record highs in the stock market, after a 12-year march to the top, with stock prices more than 300% and real estate 200% higher than they were in 2009. These events were made possible by a record expansion of the base money supply, in other words inflation.

The whole programme is grotesque and unnatural it comprises; spend, borrow, print, that leads to boom, bubble, crash, pain, panic, bailout, and then again spend, borrow, print, boom, bubble, crash, pain, panic, bailout. But the weak link in this unpredictable chain is the paper currency. The central banks can print them, but they cannot control their value.

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Nederlands: Geldontwaarding

Inflatie is diefstal door de overheid Is er een straaltje hoop ten goede? Iedereen betaalt meer voor minder De volkseconomie   Eindeloze geldcreatie Het einde van de langste conjuncturele expansie in de geschiedenis moet weldra ten einde lopen. Met recordhoogtepunten…Continue Reading →

Deutsch: Die Geldentwertung

Inflation ist Staatsdiebstahl Gibt es einen Hoffnungsschimmer für das Bessere? Jeder zahlt mehr für weniger Die Volkswirtschaft   Endlose Geldschöpfung Das Ende der längsten wirtschaftlichen Expansion der Geschichte dürfte bald kommen. Mit Rekordhochs an der Börse, nach einem 12-jährigen Marsch…Continue Reading →

The Final Wakeup Call – Inflate More – November 6, 2019

The End of Economic Expansion

In the Name of Stimulating the Economy

Every boom based on inflation, instead of real income, crashes

(The Final Wakeup Call)

Too much Easy Money

Central banks across the entire globe have announced they’ll be cutting interest rates and drowning the world in easy money. It is not just the big central banks slashing rates. Eleven emerging market central banks cut rates in September. That follows on the heels of 14 rate cuts by emerging market central banks in August. September was the eighth straight month of net cuts by emerging market bankers, according to a Reuters report. In fact, it has become a race to the bottom regarding interest rate cuts around the world. →

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