Top 5 Places NOT To Be When The Dollar Collapses

Posted: June 23, 2011 in US News

Silver Shield
Don’t Tread On Me
June 23, 2011

The dollar collapse will be the single largest event in human history. This will be the first event that will touch every single living person in the world. All human activity is controlled by money. Our wealth,our work,our food,our government,even our relationships are affected by money. No money in human history has had as much reach in both breadth and depth as the dollar. It is the de facto world currency. All other currency collapses will pale in comparison to this big one. All other currency crises have been regional and there were other currencies for people to grasp on to. This collapse will be global and it will bring down not only the dollar but all other fiat currencies,as they are fundamentally no different. The collapse of currencies will lead to the collapse of ALL paper assets. The repercussions to this will have incredible results worldwide. (Read the Silver Bullet and the Silver Shield to protect yourself from this collapse.)

Thanks to the globalization and the giant vampire squids of the Anglo-American Empire,the dollar is the world’s reserve currency. It supports the global economy in settling foreign trade,most importantly the Petro Dollar trade. This money is recycled through the City of London (not to be confused with London) and New York. This fuels our corporate vampires that acquires and harvests the wealth of the world. The corporate powers suppress REAL assets like natural resources and labor to provide themselves massive profits. This Fascist,Statist,Collectivist model provides the money into the economy to fund an ever increasing federal government. That government then grows larger and larger enriching its minions with jobs to control their fellow citizens. Finally,to come full circle,the government then controls other nations through the Military Industrial Complex.

This cycle will be cut when the mathematically and inevitable collapse of the dollar occurs. In order for our debt based money to function we MUST increase the debt every year in excess of the debt AND interest accrued the year before or we will enter a deflationary death spiral. When debt is created,money is created. When debt is paid off,money is destroyed. There is never enough to pay off the debt,because there would be not one dollar in existence.

We are at a point where we either default on the debt,willingly or unwillingly,or create more money/debt to keep the cycle moving. The problem is if you understand anything about compounding interest,we are reaching the hockey stick moment where the more debt that is incurred,the less effective it is and this leads us to hyper inflation. There are only two actors needed for this hyper inflation,the Lender of Last Resort,the Fed,and the Spender of Last Resort,the government. These two can,and will,blow up the system. I believe they will wait until the next crisis and the whiff of deflationary depression before they fire up the printing presses. That crisis is coming very soon at the end of this summer or fall. The money and emergency measures are worn out. The fact that NONE of the underlying problems that caused the 2008 crisis have been resolved. The only thing that has happened is that instead of corporate problems,we now have nation problems. In this movie Greece will play the role of Lehman Brothers and the United States will play the role of AIG. The problem is there is nowhere to kick the can down the road and there is no world government to absorb the debt,yet…(Problem,Reaction,Solution.)

So this leads me to the Top 5 Places Not To Be When the Dollar Collapses.

1. Israel
2. Southern California
3. England
4. New York City
5. Washington D.C

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  1. Doug says:

    I don’t understand the comment about Southern California being one of the five places not to be in. I live here. SoCal has access to trading routes coming from Asia. Good chunk of all the trading comes through here, dollar being the king, or not. It is the inland of the US that will have to pay more for it. SoCal gets lots of water from Colorado river, but in a crunch (just like in Perth, Western Australia), it can start solar desalinization of water. It’s too expensive now, but if dollar goes under (and oil goes high), it will be just right, meaning there will be plenty of water. The Southern California is the bread basket of the US. 90% of US avocados come from here. Endless fields of oranges, grapes, peppers, eggplants, tomatoes, strawberries, growing year long. Vast pastures for cows. If I am not mistaken, that’s food. As for proximity to Mexico and its narco problem, I honestly don’t know what will it mean for SoCal. Right now, most drugs end up everywhere, i.e. they go wherever the money is. As for wealth disparity, sure. I am not even remotely rich, so I can’t speak for how mega-wealthy feel about dollar collapse. But presence of wealth may also put a damper on a situation, as taxes come from them in big part. I am not so sure I’d like to live in parts where there is no wealth to speak of, because taxes are what funds the police and fire departments.

    But for a reality check, dollar will likely slide, not collapse. US is the only country in the world that has debt denominated in its own currency. So, while dollar may go from 74 (dollar index) to 40 in 5 years, it won’t be overnight.

    And what about the winters? SoCal has no need for heating to speak of. Can people in continental US really live there below zero for months without heating fuel? Living in heat may be uncomfortable, living in cold can kill you. SoCal can grow food year long. Others can’t.

    As for a comment about people here being on anti-depressants, I don’t have statistics to refute it. But I lived in other parts of the country, and I can tell you that people elsewhere are just as hooked. At least we have sunshine, beaches and breathtaking mountains, all nearby. People don’t come here for vacation to buy Zoloft, but to soak up some sun and enjoy waves, palm trees, good wine and the mountains.

    I can’t comment about other places. But I can say that things are going to be much dicier in continental US than in SoCal.

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