Use access key #2 to skip to page content.

alstry (35.09)

America to Zimbabwe and Military Keynesianism

Recs

5

November 07, 2010 – Comments (2)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_Keynesianism

America officially joined the ranks of nations that are simply printing money so its politicians can get really big paychecks......and its people, much smaller paychecks.

There is one big difference between America and Zimbabwe.......we have the world's largest military and have the capacity to destroy the world a few times over.  So if any nation tells us they don't want to exchange their stuff for our dollars, we can simply force them to.........

and by the way, this is nothing new....it is simply in the past, we did it while obeying the law money.

The BIG issue is never has a military power as stong as ours simply printed money and so blatently violated the law of money......

you can see the rest of the world getting pretty angry about it.......

China tees up showdown with USA...

We have a record amount of oil stockpiled on ships......we have a record number of military bases stationed around the world.........and most of our fleet is in position....and our central bank is openly running a Ponzi Scheme and everyone is too scared to deal with it.........

It is about time......I was hoping it wouldn't get to this point......but it appears it has as Obama makes his obligatory rounds before the dance begins......

Prepare, Don't Fear.............

PS:  It is amazing how a nation, once so devoted to the rule of law can piss away a few hundred years of precedent simply to maintain the illusion of prosperity.........now we will likely find out how many must die to maintain that illusion.......

and if you don't think it will affect our soil.......I am not sure you are thinking.......

2 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On November 07, 2010 at 9:28 AM, alstry (35.09) wrote:

Germany in the 1930s

The Germany of the 1930s, which rebuilt a crippled economy with enormous military production under a National Socialist government, has been cited as an example of military Keynesianism; however the purpose of the increased German military spending was not to increase economic growth, ..... This example illustrates both the potential positives of such policies – in generating rapid growth - and also the negative social effects presented by critics, since the aim of heightened German military production in the 1930s was preparation for the Second World War.

Sound familiar??????????????????

Report this comment
#2) On November 07, 2010 at 9:32 AM, alstry (35.09) wrote:

As we focus more and more of our money on the military, there will be less and less for anything else....

Atlantic City's Credit Rating Lowered Three Levels Due to  Revenues Worries

Aurora Health Care - 175

The Anchorage PD - 22

But if you really think about it....what is money if it is simply ink printed on a piece of paper?  Why are we running out of it if we can print as much as we want?

Report this comment

Featured Broker Partners


Advertisement