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Edge of US Crisis: Impoverishment Guaranteed

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A week ago, Ben Bernanke, head of the US Federal Reserve, smiling radiantly, said that the Cyprus crisis does not threaten the American economy. “To date, we do not see a significant risk for the US economy, for their financial system. I do not think that in general the influence of what is happening will be serious ", - said person responsible for printing dollars. He hurried with the forecast. March 27 stock trading in the US closed lowering the majority of leading indexes, and this was due just to the concerns of traders regarding the Cyprus situation. However, it is not only in Cyprus and the economic crisis in the EU.


I. Ben Bernanke's smile

Moody's lowered the Cyprus credit ceiling to Caa2, and the main reason for the decrease was the risk of Cyprus’s withdrawal from the eurozone. Investors are worried about the safety of funds on bank deposits. Against the background of this information, reports RBC, quotes of large American banks were trading in the "red" field.

For example, Citigroup shares shrank by 0,8%, Bank of America - by 0,5%, and JP Morgan Chase - even by 1,8%. The Dow Jones index dropped to 33,49 point - to 14526,16 p.

And while Ben Bernanke, who always has fake trumps up his sleeve, smiles radiantly, economists behind his back are counting future losses from the global recession.

According to "RT", "Stress tests" showed that, if the crisis recurs, US banks will lose 460 billion dollars overnight. A wave of recession will cover even giants like Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs. The last shine losses in 20,5 billion. $. In general, the US banking system may lose the amount of half a trillion dollars. This is not a rumor or speculation propagandists-comedians. Such information the Fed has published at the end of the audit of the eighteen largest banks in the country. That is, while Ben comforted a gullible public, his people were engaged in a completely different affair: they mined by sweat daily bread details for a scary financial scenario.

Fed analysts have modeled a situation in which the level of American unemployment will rise to 12%, GDP will fall by 5%, and real estate prices - by 21%. Then, after seeing the smile of their boss, experts hastily declared: our banks look much stronger than before the 2008 crisis of the year.

Nouriel Roubini, Chairman of the Board of Roubini Global Economic, Professor of the Stern Business School at New York University, in the article “Ten Questions on Quantitative Easing” рассказал about the pitfalls of the current unconventional American methods of monetary policy. He explained that quantitative easing (quantitative easing, QE) is such an extraordinary measure of monetary policy that is used as a last resort, since all the standard measures turned out to be ineffective. The essence of QE is that the central bank of the state begins to buy long-term government bonds, thus injecting money into the market. This allows for some time to alleviate the shortage of funds, but does not lead to a real growth of the economy.

Today, the Fed's financial policy is becoming more and more unconventional, Comrade Rubini writes. There is little clarity about unintended consequences and long-term effects. QE has short-term benefits, but in the long run, side effects can be very serious.

Rubini counted a dozen minuses for the US economy. Here are some of them.

The likely depression of the economy is down to the abandonment of assets and credit “bubbles” and the transformation of living institutions and firms into “zombies”. After all, the specificity of QE is that mitigation permanently postpones the reduction in the share of borrowed funds in the private and public sectors. Stretching debt in time will create an army of zombies: financial institutions, households and firms, and eventually a dead government.

Repeating QE, not to mention inflation, may become ineffective. Those who can borrow funds (for example, full-fledged firms) do not want to do this, and those who need it (firms with a high proportion of borrowed funds) cannot borrow them. Quite a revolutionary situation: some can not, others do not want.

Quantitative easing can cause problems with the government, which sees no incentive for economic reform. It can postpone the need for austerity budget. This will provoke a market crisis due to the monetization of existing deficits and maintaining low interest rates.

It seems that Comrade Rubini saw the light of truth. US President the other day signed law extending the term of financing the federal government. The document upheld automatic budget cuts in the amount of 85 billion dollars, but limited the impact of sequestration on various areas of the administration’s activities and allows us to allocate as much as 87 billion dollars to foreign military operations.

Where is Obama going to fight for this money? In Syria? In Iran? After all, troops are leaving Afghanistan at an accelerated pace. One thing is clear: the US financial machine is rolling by inertia: QE1 has changed to QE2, now QE3 is being implemented. Each subsequent president accepts from the previous growing debt and the smile of the Fed boss, and in the country the debts of the states, the debts of the cities swell, and the unemployment increases.

Ii. Chicago democracy and non-ferrous in Detroit

Vladislav Vorobyov ("Russian newspaper") writes that the US economy is being pulled into the abyss of federal debt.

For example, the Chicago authorities decided to close 54 city schools: there is no money in the budget. The elimination of 54 schools will save almost 10 millions of dollars over 600 years. Thousands of people took part in a demonstration, but Mayor Rahm Emanuel has nothing to do with them. He frankly stated that, despite protests from the trade union of teachers and parents, the schools would be closed. And then: why should the Americans study? No work anyway. 127 protesters were detained on the streets of Chicago, and they all were carefully written out large fines that just fill up the budget.

Wall Street analyst Meredith Whitney has calculated that several dozen American regional borrowers may declare a "default" on their debts of hundreds of billions of dollars, and this will undermine all the anti-crisis efforts of the US administration. In fact, a new crisis will begin. Where do such debts come from?

And here it is appropriate to recall the warnings of Comrade Rubini.

So it is: Meredith Whitney explained that municipal governments finance their huge expenses with new and new loans: “They are now borrowing for current needs, thereby shifting the burden of repayment of loans to future generations. This concerns practically loans for any purpose. ” According to her data, cumulative state spending exceeds their budget revenues by half a trillion dollars!

Half a billion is generally a running sum in the modern American crisis. Soon the banks, according to forecasts (see above), will lose half a trillion, now it turns out that the states also trump the same amount.

The former symbol of American industry, Detroit has already become completely bankrupt. 15 March, the city came under the control of an external manager appointed by the authorities of Michigan. Detroit’s budget deficit is 300 million dollars, and the city’s external debt is about $ 14 billion.

The site digitalmetro.us write about this:

“Obama proclaims the development of the US economy, but at the same time Detroit is already in places like an abandoned quarry, the gangs operating there cut the wires for non-ferrous scrap metal. Doesn't this remind you of anything? The city is fixed to 6 firearms per day. Does it seem to President Obama that everything is going well? It seems that what was said all the time was not something that could not be avoided, but it just hung over us all. ”


Iii. "Young blood": a catastrophe of several decades

Dr. Margaret Jullet, whose article was recently published on Al-Jazeera, spoke about the hard tread of American unemployment.

In the US economy, she writes, in contrast to the European one, the long-term intractable crisis of jobs for middle-aged and older people is often overlooked. This crisis originates from the time of the Great Depression.

Men and women older than 55 have the highest unemployment rate in the USA. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average job search time for women aged from 25 to 34 years was 2011 36 weeks (about 9 months) in 45 years, while 54-XNUMX women took two and a half months more .

Margaret Julett notes that the figures for people aged 45-54 have worsened since 2000, when only 16 percent have been unemployed for more than 6 months, and in 2011, half already.

The unemployment rate from the crisis year 2008 has already hit all ages. However, people older than 45 have almost no chance of finding a job. If an American at this age for some time was without work, then other employers will not even look at his resume. This unemployed person will not be invited for an interview. If in the same case, the applicant has not yet turned 40, then the probability of receiving an invitation for an interview with him is 40 higher.

If middle-aged people end up finding a job, then usually with a demotion and, accordingly, wages. They are in the United States classified as "underemployed" (not fully employed). These people lose their social status.

Dr. Jullett gives this example. In 2009, the old-time workers at the Hyatt Hotel in Boston were asked to train their successors. Then they were fired. Most of the 99 laid-offs were immigrants, many came from Latin America at the time. Some have worked in the hotel from 20 to 24 years. Only some of them have found a similar job today, many of them now work less hours and work for lower wages.

Part-time employment truly destroys middle-aged people, pushing them off the social ladder, writes Julett. A study conducted by Rutgers concluded that out of an estimated 10 of millions of workers reduced from 2008, 28% were between 45 and 59 years. By the end of 2011, only 22 percent of them fully restored their former position - that is, these people found new, well-paid jobs and restored their previous standard of living. What is the remaining 78 percent? In the United States, they are considered not just old, but “too old.”

Why is this happening? - asks Dr. Julett.

Much is due to ordinary age discrimination. Call her, she writes, "average aging." In one typical case, then analyzed in the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the employer said to his subordinates: “We need young blood.”

However, the assumption that the "middle-aged" can no longer re-learn, or get new technical skills, unfounded. There is a purely economic calculation. If we, says Dr. Julett, lose our car keys, the employer may announce to us with a grin that we are old. If the employer does not fire us, then he starts paying us less - for example, he transfers us to part-time work.

If you are over forty, you are entitled to protection by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. But do not rely on a lot if you are suing because of age.

The percentage of complaints depending on age increased from 20 percent in 1997 year to 25 percent in 2008 year. However, the plaintiffs rarely win: only 1 percent of all cases can be called a victory.

Researchers believe that with a consistently high level of unemployment, the number of suicides is increasing. Families break up, the risk of heart attacks increases. People are deprived of work at a time when they are in their prime in terms of skills and experience. Job seekers in the US are called “boomers”. They are forced to cease to exist as labor; they lose their human capital.

The loss of middle-aged jobs, according to M. Julett, is not just an endless recession as a given. This is a long-term fact of the American economy. The reduction of middle-aged workers has become a silent reception of business practices and at the same time a catastrophic social and economic trend that has developed over the course of several decades.

Any society that sets itself the goal of moving forward should understand historical the purpose of man. With the degradation of middle age, people lose the meaning of their whole lives: age-related growth, benefits for old age, hopes for a better life in the future. Such trends should terrify young people: in fact, in the future they are guaranteed impoverishment.

* * *


So while the Americans are smiling happy Ben Bernanke, the Dow Jones index and the shares of Citigroup, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase and other major financial projects of the USA are falling, Detroit, spreading over the color, declares itself bankrupt, and those residents Countries that have been knocked out by 40 may lose their jobs at any time, because the hungry “young blood” is not as demanding as old-timed men of forty are knocking on the doors of offices.

Observed and translated by Oleg Chuvakin
- especially for topwar.ru
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  1. domokl
    domokl April 1 2013 09: 50 New
    18
    I just called my aunt a pensioner .. I reported a drop in the Dow Jones index and there was no reaction. (Truth advised Viagra to buy it for some reason) .. I don’t care how it turned out ... And the Americans how much I live all the time are rotting and impoverished .. However, this to the end and did not rot
    What is happening in the USA now is the usual outcome of the crisis .. And it is exactly the same with us ... Try after 50 to find a job by profession, I won’t be able to assure you ... 35, maximum 40, and then be guarded (by the watchman) or cleaning lady
    1. botur
      botur April 1 2013 10: 23 New
      +2
      Quote: domokl
      I just called my aunt a pensioner .. I reported a drop in the Dow Jones index and there was no reaction ..

      Your aunt has iron nerves. lol
    2. ShturmKGB
      ShturmKGB April 1 2013 10: 54 New
      +6
      They also want to legalize 11 millions of guest workers in the USA. Apparently the tendency of self-destruction has unleashed in full. Zugzwang Karoche, chess players will understand ...
    3. nakaz
      nakaz April 1 2013 12: 30 New
      +9
      Looking at where to go, my father, for 60 years, is developing PPR for the development of thermal power plants. He wants to quit - health is no longer that, his bosses are not letting go, and there are simply no young people with such knowledge. And no one wants to learn from the young because specific knowledge is needed.
      1. 755962
        755962 April 1 2013 14: 35 New
        0
        It's okay if I repeat a little ...
        In the past few months, the central theme of Jackass articles has been the isolation and collapse of the US dollar - how it will happen, why it should happen, and the importance of this event to rebuild the global financial structure.

        This question-and-answer article provides an attempt to answer some difficult questions of this ongoing crisis.

        http://mixednews.ru/archives/33765
        READ ALL!
      2. Krapovy32
        Krapovy32 April 1 2013 17: 26 New
        +5
        Quote: nakaz
        Looking at where to go, my father, for 60 years, is developing PPR for the development of thermal power plants. He wants to quit - health is no longer that, his bosses are not letting go, and there are simply no young people with such knowledge. And no one wants to learn from the young because specific knowledge is needed.

        They lowered the prestige of workers and engineers. And now whining that we have too many lawyers and economists. It is necessary to revive all over again until the old people are gone. We need effective propaganda in this direction. The situation is really terrible.
    4. Selevc
      Selevc April 1 2013 23: 45 New
      +1
      On the contrary, pensioners mainly work in the real sector of the economy - all production is largely based on old Soviet specialists ... And the youth doesn’t really want something for the machine !!!

      Work, work, strife - it’s one thing to sit in the cantor - sorting out papers with a clever look - of course, promising young managers and mostly acquaintances take such a “position” !!! And another thing is to create something with your own hands - the so-called material goods !!!
  2. Vanek
    Vanek April 1 2013 09: 53 New
    +5
    Edge of US Crisis: Impoverishment Guaranteed

    Alexander Romanov.

    - For October?
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov April 1 2013 10: 22 New
      +7
      Quote: Vanek

      - For October?

      Well, a little has not grown together. What is now to grieve. Not in that year, so in this, the end is inevitable!
      1. Vanek
        Vanek April 1 2013 10: 24 New
        +5
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        the end is inevitable!


        Believe, hope, wait.

        There was no cat.
        1. Mironk
          Mironk April 1 2013 11: 22 New
          -7
          Vanek
          You can wait - it's difficult to wait.
          1. datur
            datur April 1 2013 21: 17 New
            0
            You can wait - it’s difficult to wait --- we are patient wink , wait !!!!! yes
      2. Ascetic
        Ascetic April 1 2013 13: 10 New
        +7
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Well, a little has not grown together. What is now to grieve. Not in that year, so in this, the end is inevitable!


        Production was exported to countries of the 3rd world and there is simply nowhere to work. In response, the states are trying to drive everyone into the service sector. Over 30% of employees are already there. But, all the same, problems remain - 17% of the US population sits on free food rations.
        Well, how will it be, then time will tell. Guessing is not serious.

        Article from Translation.
        24 signs that all of America is becoming like Detroit - a rotting, post-industrial, post-apocalyptic wasteland
        link
  3. SPBOBL
    SPBOBL April 1 2013 10: 35 New
    +3
    It would be more likely to have already observed the disgraced reduction of military spending, the maintenance of acceptable regimes ... Americans to work as guest workers to Russia ...
    1. ksandr45
      ksandr45 April 1 2013 11: 39 New
      10
      Why the hell are these people, from a country not worthy of respect, needed in the holy Russian land.
  4. z-exit
    z-exit April 1 2013 10: 52 New
    +3
    "March 27, stock trading in the US closed with a decrease in most leading indices"
    Ha ha !!! Guys, what are you talking about !! I beg you not to laugh !!
    American indices, if anyone does not know in 2013, set a new historical maximum!
    Unbelievers see the link to the Dow Jones index chart (this is the sum of the value of the 30 most expensive US stocks). Here you are, who does not believe:
    http://news.yandex.ru/quotes/12.html
    After setting the record, a small drawdown is quite natural!
  5. OlegYugan
    OlegYugan April 1 2013 10: 58 New
    +3
    Well, this is an ordinary economic turbulence, which the United States now enters, dragging Europe along with it. Russia has fallen into such turbulence since the beginning of perestroika and is now leaving.
    We definitely need to keep the tail with a gun and our nose in the wind. There will be many who want to throw us and Cyprus is an example of this.
  6. awerkiev
    awerkiev April 1 2013 11: 33 New
    0
    We are waiting! As they say))
  7. z-exit
    z-exit April 1 2013 11: 36 New
    +5
    Quote from the article:
    "The Dow Jones Index fell 33,49 points to 14526,16 p."
    At the moment, the situation is such that after the shares "fell 33,49 points"
    they soared up and set a new record, reaching a new historic high of $ 14578 for a package of 30 leading US stocks.
    Conclusion: THE SITUATION IN CYPRUS HAS A NEGATIVE CORRELATION WITH THE US ECONOMY.
    The Dow index against the background of news from Cyprus reached record levels in the history of:
  8. SHOGUN
    SHOGUN April 1 2013 11: 40 New
    +3
    The processes taking place in the USA are quite natural. Simply, the richer the country was, the longer it will agonize.
  9. rodevaan
    rodevaan April 1 2013 12: 16 New
    10
    Gentlemen - it’s nice to read and see the onset of our 90s on the camp of the main enemy! Let them now be in our shoes. And we will teach them how to get out of crises and build democracy! For we have passed it - we have experience - here we will teach them how and what to do!
    We wait, do not wait! Let the compassionate reader forgive me my gloating, but frankly, I wait a very long time and hope for the collapse of the main enemy.

    "For example, the Chicago authorities decided to close 54 city schools: there is no money in the budget. The elimination of 54 schools will save almost 10 millions of dollars over 600 years. Thousands of people took part in a demonstration, but Mayor Rahm Emanuel has nothing to do with them. He frankly stated that, despite protests from the trade union of teachers and parents, the schools would be closed. And then: why should the Americans study? No work anyway. 127 protesters were detained on the streets of Chicago, and they all were carefully written out large fines that just fill up the budget."
    - This is a pill to all our idiots who sacredly believe that ordinary Americans are not kept there for a stupid second-hand. After all, this is typical only with our "blood-bony" mode! Oh how! But as we see from the article - it’s the other way around - it’s just-it’s and in Africa it’s also in America!

    “Obama proclaims the development of the US economy, but at the same time Detroit is already in places like an abandoned quarry, the gangs operating there cut the wires for non-ferrous scrap metal. Doesn't this remind you of anything? The city is fixed to 6 firearms per day. Does it seem to President Obama that everything is going well? It seems that what was said all the time was not something that could not be avoided, but it just hung over us all. ”
    - Gentlemen, how do you like this pearl? Doesn’t resemble anything? In my opinion, "democracy" in action, just like ours in our own for so long past time! A year old commercials 92-93th!
    True path you go comrades pi-dos, beaten paths!
    1. zvereok
      zvereok April 1 2013 15: 55 New
      +3
      There is one small nuance. Our American friends entered the problem phase, but they will not, like our traitors, take the advice of their enemies on how to get out of it.
      1. rodevaan
        rodevaan April 1 2013 17: 29 New
        0
        Quote: zvereok
        There is one small nuance. Our American friends entered the problem phase, but they will not, like our traitors, take the advice of their enemies on how to get out of it.


        - Wait and see.
  10. megatherion
    megatherion April 1 2013 12: 34 New
    +2
    http://mixednews.ru/archives/34116

    http://mixednews.ru/archives/34125
  11. igor12
    igor12 April 1 2013 12: 44 New
    +1
    Our government should already have developed a set of measures that would be applied at the moment when the kayuk starts to rise, and this is not far off. And so they all smiled badly, although they say they laugh at someone else’s misfortune, but this is just from that case when the grief of the enemy brings happiness.
  12. z-exit
    z-exit April 1 2013 12: 54 New
    0
    Quote: igor12
    Our government should already have developed a set of measures that would be applied at the moment when the kayuk starts to rise

    It has long been developed and has been successfully conducted for several years. The world community has repeatedly and indignantly been indignant about this. Here's an example of a six-month-old article on measures taken to prepare the Government of Russia for a default in the global banking system:
    http://www.opentown.org/news/568/

    And here is a quote from another article:
    http://www.finmarket.ru/z/nws/hotnews.asp?id=3222979
    "The declaration of love for the yellow metal is simple - President Vladimir Putin has put forward that the ultra-soft monetary policy of the US Federal Reserve will bring the world economy to trouble. When this happens, gold will be very useful."
  13. bazzz
    bazzz April 1 2013 13: 00 New
    +2
    I think that they will solve their problems as usual at the expense of the whole world, including at the expense of us! and knowing their experience in dirty tricks, everyone needs to be extremely careful!
  14. Dwarfik
    Dwarfik April 1 2013 13: 33 New
    +2
    Kind! Do not forget where our reserves are! Who will prevent us during the severe crisis of his economy will freeze all banking operations on the Cypriot principle?
  15. I think so
    I think so April 1 2013 13: 33 New
    +6
    The article is weak ... And the weakness is that neither the author nor the authors whom he mentions understand the essence of what is happening. And about the following comes in: Every 10-15 years, the owners of the printing press produce “shmon”, namely, they begin to take control of the assets that have appeared or lost during this time. Well, for example - in Cyprus they found gas ... a new asset (!) To whom it belongs - to the Cypriots ... so ... a mess ... they immediately remember about debts, local banks collapse ... no one doubts that in the end of the end, the rights to this gas field will be written down to some dimly lit company ... and everything will calm down ... Moreover, every 50-60 years they arrange a “GRAND SHmon”, here it’s not about some small assets such as oil fields or steel mills Ukraine. Here they are operating entire COUNTRIES. Whole countries out of control for the “reporting period” are brought under control. Here we observe the “color revolutions”, “no-fly zones”, “the people's struggle for democracy” and so on.
    Question. When does it all end?
    Answer. Then, when the owners of the printing press will consider that the goals of the next “shmona” have been achieved ... and not earlier ... Well, what if the goal is not achieved? In previous times, they usually ended in world wars in this case, this time most likely it will be the same ... some are stubbornly resisting ...
    Question. And how do they produce this "shmon"?
    Answer. Elementary ... Watson ... It is enough to drastically reduce the amount of money in circulation. For them, this is a trifling matter. Throw stocks on the market. Block loans. Squeeze the cash. Panic in the press. That's all ...
    Question And how do they take new assets.
    Answer. When no one has money, asset prices fall. Print new TRILIONS and give them to YOUR banks, and they will simply buy what they do not yet own. Countries in credit bondage will give everything they say to them for new loans. Well, a lot of other ways, including war.

    Something like that.
    Therefore, writing about the "problems" of the United States is a typical amateurism. The owners of the printing press will never give up control of such a state as the United States. And all the alleged difficulties in the United States are clearly verified events. And the US "debt" is generally a funny topic for amateur journalists. Who should these very US? For yourself! Or to the owners of the printing press! Well, what will happen to this debt? They will write off and forget ... the topic of a wretched egg is not worth it. Well, Chinese Russians or Japanese own a total of 4 trillion US debt - this is such a trifle (given that the Fed has printed NEW 16-18 trillion in recent years).
    1. Atrix
      Atrix April 1 2013 15: 21 New
      0
      Quote: I think so
      The article is weak ... And the weakness is that neither the author nor the authors whom he mentions understand the essence of what is happening. And about the following comes in: Every 10-15 years, the owners of the printing press produce “shmon”, namely, they begin to take control of the assets that have appeared or lost during this time. Well, for example - in Cyprus they found gas ... a new asset (!) To whom it belongs - to the Cypriots ... so ... a mess ... they immediately remember about debts, local banks collapse ... no one doubts that in the end of the end, the rights to this gas field will be written down to some dimly lit company ... and everything will calm down ... Moreover, every 50-60 years they arrange a “GRAND SHmon”, here it’s not about some small assets such as oil fields or steel mills Ukraine. Here they are operating entire COUNTRIES. Whole countries out of control for the “reporting period” are brought under control. Here we observe the “color revolutions”, “no-fly zones”, “the people's struggle for democracy” and so on.
      Question. When does it all end?
      Answer. Then, when the owners of the printing press will consider that the goals of the next “shmona” have been achieved ... and not earlier ... Well, what if the goal is not achieved? In previous times, they usually ended in world wars in this case, this time most likely it will be the same ... some are stubbornly resisting ...
      Question. And how do they produce this "shmon"?
      Answer. Elementary ... Watson ... It is enough to drastically reduce the amount of money in circulation. For them, this is a trifling matter. Throw stocks on the market. Block loans. Squeeze the cash. Panic in the press. That's all ...
      Question And how do they take new assets.
      Answer. When no one has money, asset prices fall. Print new TRILIONS and give them to YOUR banks, and they will simply buy what they do not yet own. Countries in credit bondage will give everything they say to them for new loans. Well, a lot of other ways, including war.

      Something like that.
      Therefore, writing about the "problems" of the United States is a typical amateurism. The owners of the printing press will never give up control of such a state as the United States. And all the alleged difficulties in the United States are clearly verified events. And the US "debt" is generally a funny topic for amateur journalists. Who should these very US? For yourself! Or to the owners of the printing press! Well, what will happen to this debt? They will write off and forget ... the topic of a wretched egg is not worth it. Well, Chinese Russians or Japanese own a total of 4 trillion US debt - this is such a trifle (given that the Fed has printed NEW 16-18 trillion in recent years).

      I thought on this forum there are no thinking people.
  16. SPIRITofFREEDOM
    SPIRITofFREEDOM April 1 2013 13: 49 New
    0
    Vseravno ALL impossible to calculate!
    Once "ROME" is worn !!!
    1. I think so
      I think so April 1 2013 13: 57 New
      +1
      With modern computing power, you can calculate EVERYTHING to the smallest detail, just set such a task and allocate a lot of money ... make it in a moment ... Yes, and not so much intelligence is required in order to hide money and raise panic at the right moments, and then get the hidden ones and print them on top to buy ALL that I sold (for panic) and everything I wanted on top ... A primitive method used and tested for centuries ...
  17. 120352
    120352 April 1 2013 14: 08 New
    +1
    The author is not too analytical. It is sometimes useful to read special literature. The financial system of the USA = the world is such that the USA NEVER THREATS POVERTY, while the world, while there is the USA, constantly!
    1. zvereok
      zvereok April 1 2013 15: 59 New
      0
      I will correct the little one - there is not yet the USA, but for now the dollar is the reserve currency.
  18. albert
    albert April 1 2013 14: 58 New
    +3
    How bad everything is in America ... Let's gloat? bully
  19. SHOGUN
    SHOGUN April 1 2013 15: 03 New
    +1
    Quote: 120352
    The author is not too analytical. It is sometimes useful to read special literature. The financial system of the USA = the world is such that the USA NEVER THREATS POVERTY, while the world, while there is the USA, constantly!


    I completely agree with you. Only there is one catch. Could this be repeated for tens of millions of American citizens who have lost everything in this country? I think they will be very happy when they find out that impoverishment does not threaten their country.
    Have a nice day.
  20. amp
    amp April 1 2013 15: 10 New
    0
    Detroit is a typical third world city.
  21. zvereok
    zvereok April 1 2013 16: 10 New
    +1
    US debt recession is death. The whole system was designed to ensure that GDP grows along with debt. But recently, we see that GDP is stagnating more and more, and debt continues to grow. The sequester was bungled to balance these two indicators. But if this balance is balanced, then everything will happen in 25 years, with debt indicators of about 50 trillion.
    1. amp
      amp April 1 2013 16: 18 New
      0
      The states will not last 25 years.
      Died much earlier.
      1. zvereok
        zvereok April 1 2013 18: 00 New
        0
        I meant 25 years of sequestration, as they planned, with a smooth increase in the amount of cost cuts. This year 84 yard, next 114 or so ... In any case, US citizens will have to tight
  22. Bekzat
    Bekzat April 1 2013 16: 41 New
    +2
    I greet everyone, I can’t say anything, I feel sorry for ordinary people, mesmerized by their managers, BUT ON THE OTHER SIDE, AS THE CAUSES OF THE DECAY OF THE USSR, I would like them to go through everything that we went through, how we survived in the 90 years. Just like me, a student of the 3-5 class, in the morning at the 5 hour I stood in line in the winter for milk, for bread and for other products, planted potatoes, carrots, and other vegetables for the winter for the house, as I kept cattle. And I'm not alone, like many millions of our former USSR.
    1. rodevaan
      rodevaan April 1 2013 17: 36 New
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      Quote: Bekzat
      I greet everyone, I can’t say anything, I feel sorry for ordinary people, mesmerized by their managers, BUT ON THE OTHER SIDE, AS THE CAUSES OF THE DECAY OF THE USSR, I would like them to go through everything that we went through, how we survived in the 90 years. Just like me, a student of the 3-5 class, in the morning at the 5 hour I stood in line in the winter for milk, for bread and for other products, planted potatoes, carrots, and other vegetables for the winter for the house, as I kept cattle. And I'm not alone, like many millions of our former USSR.


      - Everything in life comes back as a boomerang. Today he clicks a cigar in the office, taunts the poor and considers himself to be the navel of the earth. Tomorrow he loses everything and taunts him. They taunted us in the 90s. Now it is our turn to laugh. I think I will live up to this moment.
      The cold war is not over, gentlemen, the Russians always come for their own.
  23. Kimeran
    Kimeran April 1 2013 17: 21 New
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    Quote: SHOGUN
    I completely agree with you. Only there is one catch. Could this be repeated for tens of millions of American citizens who have lost everything in this country? I think they will be very happy when they find out that impoverishment does not threaten their country.
    Have a nice day.


    so no one talks about them, it says the RPO will become the one in which they live well or exist ...


    Quote: Bekzat
    BUT ON THE OTHER SIDE, AS THE CAUSES OF THE DECOMPOSITION OF THE USSR, I would like them to go through everything that we went through, how we survived 90 years. Like me, a 3-5th grade student, in the morning at 5th in the morning I stood in line in the winter for milk, for bread and for other products, planted potatoes, carrots, and other vegetables for the winter for the house, as I kept cattle. And I'm not alone, like many millions of our former USSR.


    just like you stood in lines, planted potatoes, etc.

    but I don’t think that among those who suffer, (those same teachers and parents of schoolchildren in Chicago) there are many culprits of the collapse of the USSR
  24. Kimeran
    Kimeran April 1 2013 17: 46 New
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    And not Chicago, as it were: ...During the year, Ukraine plans to close 143 schools and lay off 1,5 teachers

    http://news.finance.ua/ru/~/1/2013/04/01/299534
  25. shurup
    shurup April 1 2013 18: 06 New
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    I do not care about the problems of the Detroit stoned blacks and the job opportunities of the American office plankton of Balzac age.
    I’m more interested in the condition of some city-forming Russian enterprises whose former employees also don’t care about the Cypriot accounts for their absence, not to mention the Dow Johnson index, which they will not be full.
    Powder brains are an old boss trick.
  26. nod739
    nod739 April 1 2013 19: 10 New
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    Quote: Ascetic
    Production was exported to countries of the 3rd world and there is simply nowhere to work.

    and who does not work, he does not eat
    because they go into debt because they want to eat - as they used to
  27. nod739
    nod739 April 1 2013 19: 14 New
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    Quote: OlegYugan
    American indices, if anyone does not know in 2013, set a new historical maximum!


    what is the historical maximum? in dollars? IMHO - this is an indicator that just the dollar is not the same!



    Quote: z-exit
    Production was exported to countries of the 3rd world and there is simply nowhere to work.


    and who does not work, he does not eat

    but you’re used to using your mouth wide open, this’s not a shit with a sausage from the 90s
  28. megatherion
    megatherion April 1 2013 19: 51 New
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    http://mixednews.ru/archives/33840
  29. z-exit
    z-exit April 1 2013 19: 53 New
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    Quote: nod739
    what is the historical maximum? in dollars? IMHO - this is an indicator that just the dollar is not the same!

    Look at the root, Dear! To the root! I deliberately did not criticize the author of the article from the standpoint of the cost of the index expressed in real values ​​or in prices corrected for inflation. This would further confuse the author’s fragile economic mind, so he managed to get entangled in three pine trees. There is a concept of price correction. The Dow movement is incorrectly covered in the article. You read that. Fall by as much as 33 points! Bah! What a passion! All Cyprus!
    I just showed little dependence on events in Cyprus in the movement of the Dow index and that’s it. Of course, the dollar for 100 years has lost more than 90% of its value, which constantly raises the charts with its participation in the up.
  30. darksoul
    darksoul April 1 2013 20: 54 New
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    The dollar is a piece of paper that is not backed up by anything, take away someone's printing press, why use the dollar in trade, go to your currencies, you don’t even have to fight with America. Also nonsense ..... our reserve fund in the United States is stored .... how is this even possible ... at least so with kudrin it was right now I won’t lie ...... don’t know
    1. Kimeran
      Kimeran April 1 2013 23: 43 New
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      and what paper is now backed up by something ???
      gold was removed reinforcements here and on those.

      and so everyone has their own currencies, just for example, Japan does not need the Ukrainian hryvnia or Russia the Zimbabwean dollar, in any case, what kind of equivalent is needed of both currencies that will suit both of them, it always has been ...
      the fund’s rez account, even if it is not held by them, so most of it is the same dollar, or US Treasury bonds
  31. nod739
    nod739 April 2 2013 09: 39 New
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    Quote: Kimeran
    what any equivalent of that and other currency which suits one and the other is needed, it always has been ...


    that's why ALWAYS calculated with a clean coin - gold and silver - bypassing pieces of paper, minus only that you don’t put 50 kg in your wallet to buy for example a plane

    you need the equivalent of secured something, then the machine press will not be trillions
    maybe BRICS and agree on an alternative in light of recent events
  32. You think so in vain
    You think so in vain April 2 2013 21: 00 New
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    Quote: I think so
    The article is weak ... And the weakness is that neither the author nor the authors whom he mentions understand the essence of what is happening. And about the following comes in: Every 10-15 years, the owners of the printing press produce “shmon”, namely, they begin to take control of the assets that have appeared or lost during this time. Well, for example - in Cyprus they found gas ... a new asset (!) To whom it belongs - to the Cypriots ... so ... a mess ... they immediately remember about debts, local banks collapse ... no one doubts that in the end of the end, the rights to this gas field will be written down to some dimly lit company ... and everything will calm down ... Moreover, every 50-60 years they arrange a “GRAND SHmon”, here it’s not about some small assets such as oil fields or steel mills Ukraine. Here they are operating entire COUNTRIES. Whole countries out of control for the “reporting period” are brought under control. Here we observe the “color revolutions”, “no-fly zones”, “the people's struggle for democracy” and so on.
    Question. When does it all end?
    Answer. Then, when the owners of the printing press will consider that the goals of the next “shmona” have been achieved ... and not earlier ... Well, what if the goal is not achieved? In previous times, they usually ended in world wars in this case, this time most likely it will be the same ... some are stubbornly resisting ...
    Question. And how do they produce this "shmon"?
    Answer. Elementary ... Watson ... It is enough to drastically reduce the amount of money in circulation. For them, this is a trifling matter. Throw stocks on the market. Block loans. Squeeze the cash. Panic in the press. That's all ...
    Question And how do they take new assets.
    Answer. When no one has money, asset prices fall. Print new TRILIONS and give them to YOUR banks, and they will simply buy what they do not yet own. Countries in credit bondage will give everything they say to them for new loans. Well, a lot of other ways, including war.

    Something like that.
    Therefore, writing about the "problems" of the United States is a typical amateurism. The owners of the printing press will never give up control of such a state as the United States. And all the alleged difficulties in the United States are clearly verified events. And the US "debt" is generally a funny topic for amateur journalists. Who should these very US? For yourself! Or to the owners of the printing press! Well, what will happen to this debt? They will write off and forget ... the topic of a wretched egg is not worth it. Well, Chinese Russians or Japanese own a total of 4 trillion US debt - this is such a trifle (given that the Fed has printed NEW 16-18 trillion in recent years).

    The catch is that the owners of the machine no longer need a pin-dosia and it is simply systematically omitted. In addition to the overheated machine and debts, the United States did not have anything left, the army would fall apart as soon as the money began to run out (which we are already witnessing) ... and as soon as the world occupied by them felt a chance to lose a unipolar control model, he would do it without hesitation ... but through which the real owners of the machine and the dollar will continue to rule the world and what they will look at ... the question is interesting.
  33. washi
    washi April 2 2013 22: 45 New
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    It is time to impose an embargo on the supply of products, oil and light industry.
    It’s a pity that China will not do this yet