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How Will We Feed 350 Million Americans?

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September 30, 2011 – Comments (2)

As all of us Fools are worrying about how to beat the ticker....

Our system is collapsing....we are running a $1.6 TRILLION dollar deficit....and conditions are still deteriorating.....as conditions become increasingly public.

We now our financial system is essentially a ponzi scheme/fraud...yet we turn our heads the other way....as long as we are OK.....

But in the end, we ALL depend on this system to survive.....to get food, water and shelter.

And if we don't figure out a way to adapt and restructure into a sustainable system....we may be forced to hunt each other simply to survive.....

By the way, this problem is not just isolated in America, advancing technology and deleveraging is impacting almost every nation on earth...but we were supposed to be better than this.......

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#1) On September 30, 2011 at 11:34 PM, oshiri (< 20) wrote:

Comrade Alstrymous --

     Why feed the unproductive?

     I am sure computer models already show that the jobless numbers in the international tradable economy must be eliminated so that goods and services continue to move up the value chain.

     You cannot continually have a financial overhang, such as unemployment payments, impacting the cost of less-intensive production.

     As goods and services can be produced and consumed anywhere, excess capacity (human or mechanical) will need to be eliminated.

     It's simply a natural thinning of the herd Sempai. 

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#2) On October 01, 2011 at 9:46 AM, alstry (35.88) wrote:

Oshi....

Most of us will become "unproductive" as technology replaces more and more human functions.....

until we reach a point where we really don't need people to be "productive" anymore....

This is Zombulation and is the key driver that is collapsing Industrial Economies by evaporating cash flow in overleveraged economies.

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