Happy Greetings From The Zombulator
When Benny the B and Timmy the G unleashed the Zombulator upon America and only bail out their banker buddies......cash flow across America evaporated. Cash Flow to our families, to our businesses, to our cities, counties, and states......hospitals, schools, and universities.
It is simply the consequences of infecting an economy with a debt load that can only be serviced by increasing credit to all. When you only increase credit to a select few, only they survive and the rest fail as servicing the massive debt sucks out the revenues that otherwise would have been spent for goods and services.
If you understand fractional reserve banking and its implications, you will appreciate that the whole process was really not much more than a Ponzi Scheme......and now it is unwinding as we simply bailout those that were behind the whole process from the beginning.
As we approach 1.01.10....cash flow to many are reaching such low levels they can no longer meet monthly obligations or service debt.....once they run out of savings and access to credit, they are Zombulated and must shut down. As more and more shut down, cash flow will decline further until it is so low that our entire system as we know it fails.
Prepare for lots of stories like this as we near the Holidays.....and the New Year.
Layoffs are a fact of life in this economy, but there are humane ways to do it. Then there's the Arrow Trucking method.
The Tulsa, Okla., trucking company stopped payment on the gas cards of its drivers, leaving some of them stranded Tuesday around the United States, miles from home. No explanation on the website. No one at the company answering phones.
The 200 or so employees at Arrow Trucking's headquarters were told to pack up their belongings and go home Tuesday morning, according to the Tulsa World.
The only acknowledgement was a brief recorded message on the company's main phone number, asking drivers of its Freightliner and Kenworth trucks to turn their rigs in to the nearest dealer and to call a special hotline to arrange for a bus ticket home. Drivers of the company's Navistar trucks were told to call back for more information.
"I wouldn't say it's typical, but I wouldn't say it's unheard of" for a trucking company to lay off workers in such a fasion, says Alan Bristol, a truck driver in Fort Collins, Colo., who was laid off earlier this year.
The difference is that more than 95 percent of such failures involve companies with fewer than 20 trucks. The apparent failure of Arrow Trucking, with some 1,400 flatbed trucks and 2,600 trailers operating throughout the US, created much bigger ripples throughout the industry. "A company this size would normally would go into this bankruptcy in a little bit more orderly manner," Mr. Bristol says.
NOT IN A WORLD OF ZOMBULATION WHEN CASH FLOW IS EVAPORATING.....UNLESS YOU ARE IN THE WAR OR WELFARE SEGMENT OF THE ECONOMY.....WHERE CASH FLOW IS GROWING.
TIME FOR A VACTION:
IF WE DON'T RESTRUCTURE SOON, THERE WILL NOT BE MUCH LEFT TO RESTRUCTURE.....AS YOU ARE TOLD THE ECONOMY IS IMPROVING...............................................