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Govt. starting wars to hide from its debt, so that money can go into hands of new war profiting co.s???
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09-03-2013, 06:32 PM #1
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What's the best way to hide from debt? Start a war when you have all the resources a govt. needs, except the resources to get out of debt! But when a war starts, money starts flying around to the best bidder or agency that the govt. created to accept the proceeds to steal more of the tax payers money, that is being spent without any re-guards or over watch to fix itself!
So far the system has created so many agencies that suck up so much tax payers money, that it can't even cover itself, should a national monetary problem arise! Of course we can brainwash the public to believe that it can be fixed and solved, but if so then why isn't it? Just more lies on top of lies to get more resources from the system at the cost of a quickly deflating dollar bill that is deflating as fast as it is being printed!
Why would our system stretch itself so this as to add so many agencies when it can't even pay for therm or their pensions?
Is this why they want to steal social security that everyone has been paying their whole lives into, would this stealing of social security be the straw that breaks the camels back and causes millions to go to these FEMA concentration camps to be slaughtered by the hundreds of thousands? We have many , many questions that need answered and yet all we get are lies, so it looks like there is a bigger picture and problem here in the USA!!
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09-03-2013, 06:34 PM #2
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Paying off
government debt
Two Centuries of Global Experience
Using a data set on government debt that was previously unavailable, the article analyzes
who bears the burden of government debt. The database includes 12 countries with both
debt and GDP data on the countries stretching back over a century. The paper shows
that in addition to the level of the Debt/GDP ratio, anticipated future changes in this
ratio, as well as the interest cost of covering the debt are important variables affecting
the economy. Most nations have seen their government debt/GDP ratio exceed 100%
in the past, but not all have sparked a financial crisis. The impact of the government
debt/GDP ratio also depends upon the causes, whether the increase is short-term due
to war or economy fluctuations, or secular due to unfunded increases in government
spending. Reducing the Debt/GDP ratio is a political decision. The government must
decide to reduce it by reducing compensation to government employees, recipients of
government funding, through higher taxes, or an outright or inflationary default.
Paying off
government debt
Two Centuries of Global Experience
Dr. Bryan Taylor, Chief Economist,
Global Financial Data
Global Finan C ial Da T a2 | Paying off Government Debt Global FinanCial DaTa
The current economic recession has led to
unprecedented peacetime deficits and increases in
government debt in developed countries. For only
the second time in the history of the United States,
government debt will soon exceed GDP. The long-run
costs and the impact of this growing debt remains
highly uncertain and is the chief topic of political
debate in the current US elections. While the White
House says these deficits are necessary despite the
costs, others say the debts impose costs on future
generations. Tea Party supporters say government
expenditure must be cut.
Unfortunately, very little is known about the historical
levels of government debt for different countries of the
world outside of the United States and how different
countries have dealt with large levels of government
debt in the past. Global Financial Data has collected
historical government debt and GDP data for the
major world economies going back to the 1800s. This
paper is based upon the findings of this research.
The Origin of Government Deficits
The government runs a deficit because it is unable or
unwilling to collect a sufficient amount of taxes within
any given year to cover its expenditures. For most
of its history, the United States balanced its budget
except in war time. After the war, the government
ran surpluses to pay down the debt accumulated
during the war or ran deficits less than the growth in
nominal GDP. A long-term graph of US debt on page
23 shows rises in the Debt/GDP ratio during the War
of 1812, Civil War, World War I, and World War II.
The true cost to the economy of government is
the expenditures it makes, not the taxes it collects.
Government can either collect taxes today or issue
promises (currency or bonds) to pay for its purchases
in the future. When the government increases the
money supply, it can cause inflation, and if it issues
bonds, it can “crowd out” the private sector

One day they may decide to fix their fate!!!..and maybe ours too!!
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09-03-2013, 06:38 PM #3
Anonymous Kritter Incognito Anonymous
What's the best way to spread the dollar? We buy off people around the world with the deflating price of the dollar, so when the dollar goes to shit, what do these people have then? nothing, just paper!
09-03-2013, 06:53 PM #4
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
Posts:30,185 Threads:1,485 Joined:Feb 2011
Good thread. It always fallows the same pattern. The end to the Great Depression came about in 1941 with America's entry into World War II.
I'm certain this is Obama's plan to create a similar situation. Getting involved in Syria is a very bad, yet predictable move.


Anonymous Kritter Show this Post
09-03-2013, 07:21 PM #5
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Ever since the fed res was created, debt back money has been flooding the world. The system went broke in the great depression. Ever since the US has been operating under emergency power laws.

The US Gov might have somehow, increased gdp during the war, bu not without racking up huge debts.The people didn't get out of it, The biggest numbers for striking workers in the USA was in 1944, during the war. Because of conditions and pay, where war bonds were pushed on to everybody. It was only until after the war that growth return, with debt being paid down. Under the Bretton woods agreement where the dollar was decided to be the world reserve currency. Starting up a new ponzi system. Which has been kaput for some time.
09-03-2013, 07:21 PM #6
Accidental Stoner Member
Posts:8,580 Threads:79 Joined:Feb 2011
And every Peace set the board for the next War.
It can never stop.

Would it surprise you, if the Aliens show up,
when the supply of Earthly enemies runs
too short..?




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