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In The Udder World, Who Gets To Consume In A World Of Consumers?



January 11, 2011 – Comments (1)

Especially as more and more nations simply borrow money to consume......what happens when nations no longer accept money in exchange for goods and services?

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Prices relative to money skyrocket and relatively few can consume as the medium for exchange loses value as confidence erodes. will be paying attention to these trends in upcoming weeks.  We are seeing rioting by youth all over the world as job/income outlooks dim.

Conditions are so desperate that producing nations are loaning money to consuming nations simply so producers have an outlet for their goods?  What happens when the producers stop loaning money to foreign consumers and just lend to their own consumers?

Tension is rising as more and more want to consume yet those that are the primary consumers are producing less and less and simply functioning off of borrowing.

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#1) On January 11, 2011 at 12:31 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:


As fewer and fewer jobs are available for our youth, and the cost of everything they buy goes up......the youth around the world are getting restless.

We are already seeing it in Algeria, Bangladash, Belgium, China, France, England, Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Spain just to name a, the site will try to raise consciousness of this growing and serious problem.

It is very difficult to sustain growth when wages are collapsing and the cost of essentially everything that people buy is going up....

at some point, something gives...the question now is what?

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