Who do you love?

03 Nov

If you Print Money like in Zimbabwe, you will end up in a Civil War ~ Marc Faber

“If you print money like in Zimbabwe… the purchasing power of money goes down, and the standards of living go down, and eventually, you have a civil war.”

Bernanke Keeps The Printing Press At Full Speed As Taper Decision Likely To Fall On Yellen

Rejoice: the Yellen Fed will print money forever to create jobs

You decide.  Will the continued policy of money printing, having already shipped our ‘hedge’ overseas to compensate and pacify our creditors, finally begin to show cracks?  Of course, it will.  Will the resulting devaluation of the dollar become more obvious, and rapid?  You bet.  Will our leaders, as a last hope, sell us to our enemies to save their own skins?  Will the entitlements ever end, voluntarily? 

Setting aside the foreign aspects for a moment, consider this.   

When the people living on entitlements, and even those who have refrained from joining the gravy train wagon begin to climb on-board, realize that their dollar is worth less and less.  When everyone realizes that there are no jobs available and even less on the horizon.  When the looters pass another EO to claim the hard earned retirements of those who were productive during their lives, and already plundered.  When it is published by the MSM that only 37% of the people are gainfully employed.  With Yellen’s Federal Reserve and the Kenyan’s political agenda in full swing.  Will it matter? 

Can it not matter?

America is living on borrowed time.  The Kenyan knows that, with each passing day, his agenda is coming nearer to being realized.  The longer he can hang on, the worse will be the plight of America.  His ideology is not one of crippling, but of total destruction. 

Those who are with him today will someday want to return home, and act as if they had nothing to do with the destruction or rotting corpses.  Do you even know the players in this travesty?

Learn them.  When times get unbelievably difficult and you cannot believe what has happened to your country.  When you can no longer recognize the United States.  When you face hard decisions on how to feed your family.  What will be your response to them?

Learn who is honorably ‘rich’.  Honorable barons of Industry and Finance.  Respectable businessmen who have been beyond successful  For wars are not fought with peanuts or compassion.  Armies are not sustained without means.  While all wars are fought by the young, they cannot fight them without support.  Financial support.  Meet these people  Enlist their support.  Protect them.  Neither are most of us in positions to help re-establish the lost tenets of our once great country.   No longer will idiocy reign.  No longer will politically correct be a consideration.  No longer will we stop Christmas carols from being sung by elementary children.  No longer will entitlements exist.

Patriots, like Tyrants, come in all forms.  From all places.  Unlike the Tyrant, the Patriot will arrive from a place of (enlightened) daylight.  While one would claim our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor, the other is quick to pledge them.  The looter or the producer?  Who will you love?


Posted by on November 3, 2013 in Uncategorized


4 responses to “Who do you love?

  1. Jamie

    November 5, 2013 at 5:51 pm

    rat I think we will see Hyper-inflation rather than a deflationary crash/collapse. I wish people would understand if you already have all of your basics on hand you won’t get hit quite as hard by the dollar losing value. Joe sixpack will always be behind the power curve if he hasn’t stocked up as Joe always get the last of what ever is leftover from the PTBs and speculators. It won’t be fun but if you stockup you won’t be paying a million fiat FRNs for a loaf of bread because you have already paid for all the ingredients.

    I know that some people think I’m overdoing it by working on a goal of seven years. The seven year pattern is repeated all through history, the bible and in mother nature. We often think of the Dust Bowl of the 1930’s lasting a decade but it really lasted seven bad harvests. The eigth harvest was great but most farmers did not have the reserves to survive seven bad harvests.

    Look at the ebb and flow of rabbit populations almost always seven years. When you look at collapse or economic crashes there is alway a slow decline and then everything suddenly speeds up towards the end and it usually last a total of seven years.

    • The Soffitrat

      November 5, 2013 at 8:37 pm

      Jamie, you then would be inclined to say that this will be a normal collapse? I suggest that what this government has done will make it much worse.

  2. Jamie

    November 5, 2013 at 9:50 pm

    rat, I think it depends on your definition of worse! In the 1930’s Europe had a depression but it was not a “Great Depression” like the USA. But at that time Europe had the rise of the Fascist so it’s a bit hard to quantify between bad and worse.

    You could look at the long war against Napoleon and how the British economy handle it. How the Rothchilds literally took over the market and banking after Waterloo or the Assignats that the French used or Weimar/Zimbabwe hyperinflation. All of these economic events happen from good intentions but they tend to get out of control because the PTBs never account for the human factor. Humans are not cogs in a machine and what may seem irrational can be a strike of brilliance.

    Keynesian are all about debt and cash flow. They speak of thrift and savings as if they are dirty words. But Capitalism is based on using real excess capital to grow the economy. What we have in the USA is growth based on debt and leverage. So when it crashes it takes real hard good wealth out of the system. Before when folks used excess “capital” to invest you tended to have a hard crash of 12-24 months but the smart money retained good, real (not paper) capital assets to get the economy going again.

    I think we are looking at an Epic failure and a world wide fiat currency collapse and the closest historical metaphors would be the Roman empire or some of the Chinese Empires. But we have never dealt with a major economic collapse with a global market place, or all countries printing fiat currency. So it will be totally new in scale and scope.

    Economics is a mix of math and crowd psychology. Will folks riot over a $36.00 cut in EBT out of nearly $500.00 allocated for a family of four per month? I don’t think the people would simply based on effort or cost benefit ratio. But quite a few folks think they may riot and the aftermath will cost a lot more to the economy than the Five billion the US Government cut. Yet the Fed is printing 85 billion a month to save the banks, housing, pump the stock market and to keep interest rates low.

    What’s happening now is not new though world side in scope and scale. But it isn’t very hard to protect yourself and perhaps gain a bit of ground economically. Be as debt free as possible especially on anything with a floating interest rate! Invest in real tangible goods you need to survive. From rain barrels and water filters to food, first aid and fuel/energy. If I am wrong and we see a deflationary cycle have cash on hand to buy what you will need in the future. If the world goes Hyper-inflation you will have real tangible goods on hand to make your what you need. It’s simple Deflation cash will be king, Hyper-inflation real goods will be king. If you turn a few FRNs into real goods at all times you will be covered no matter what the economy does.

    That’s why the PTBs hate preppers, survivalists and PM bugs as you are no longer under control.

    • The Soffitrat

      November 6, 2013 at 12:46 am

      I agree with everything you have said. Have been on the bandwagon for years now. Here is a utube posted by a friend of mine up in Colorado a few years ago. Hal is an ex-IBM exec. He knows what he’s talking about. Hyper-inflation, it will be. You may have already seen this, but here it is again. Just in case. It’s had over 3.7 million views. I remember the first one! One of his relatives is a personal, long time, friend of mine. That’s how we met. He’s super nice guy, too!


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