Friday, December 9, 2011

US More Broke Than Greece

The U.S. is more fundamentally insolvent than Greece, yet Greek interest rates are fifty times higher than those of the U.S. This is obviously market fraud, and on a scale never before seen in human history. I (and others) have explained the mechanism here on several occasions: the fraudulent manipulation of the credit default swap market. It’s old news.
However, what no one has pointed to yet is how the U.S. has totally squandered its last chance to avoid either debt default, hyperinflation, or both. I’ve mentioned previously what the fate of the U.S. would be if its own interest rates had been fraudulently manipulated to the same levels as that of Greece.
Interest payments alone on the national debt would be more than four times total government revenues. This means the U.S. would have to completely shut down every branch and department of the U.S. government – including its entire military, and even Congress itself – and would have to totally end all government transfer payments. And even after that, taxes would have to be quadrupled merely to pay interest on its debts. This is what the Wall Street terrorists did to Greece.
Conversely, the same fraudulent mechanism which has been used to push-up interest rates all across Europe has been used in reverse, to fraudulently minimize interest rates (and payments) for the world’s biggest deadbeat-debtor. And what has the U.S. government done with these extra years of ultra-light interest payments – courtesy of Wall Street? It has squandered every second of that time and every dollar saved in interest payments, in more of the petty partisan squabbling which has characterized the U.S. government as the world’s most dysfunctional “democracy” (for lack of a better word).

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