In the last few days, there have been a number of insightful and important articles that detail the financial tsunami headed our way.
Oh well. It’s not like we can actually do anything about it anyway, because we can’t. We’ve been sold down the river so to speak, without a paddle, or even a boat. There isn’t even a life raft.
Laying ahead, is debt slavery, which we already have, except it will be considerably worse. The ‘rights’ of creditors will be protected, like all corporate interests, at the (added) expense of the debtors. I do not yet know what this means, I’m simply stating what the reality is both now and in the future.
The “rules” as it were, are not about to be thrown out the window. They will be maintained and defended with a vengeance. This means that if you are a debt-slave, you may find yourself homeless and bankrupt, owing thousands and thousands of dollars in an ever shrinking job market.
I suspect many are hoping for some sort of rescue or bailout, or even debt forgiveness. I do not see this happening. Instead, what I see is the lowering of citizens rights even further to the level of peasant slave. Remember, the rules won’t change, they will continue to protect corporate interest at your expense. Even if you have become a prison slave for failing to clear your debts.
This can come to the forefront in many forms, such as “cooperative agreements” with federal and state programs to help bring debt-slaves into account. In effect, this will transpire as a further curtailment of your freedoms, but I suspect that it will go much further then just affecting debtors, it will affect everyone else to (the peon people). The normal double-standard of rights, liberty and freedom afforded to the rich, famous and wealthy will remain intact.
A “New Deal” will be designed to assist with “American recovery” from its hyperinflation and collapsing dollar and the staggering amount of personal debts and defaults. Federalism will be even more of a ‘champion’ then it is now.
I don’t know the mechanics yet, but we’ll soon find out. To me, it’s obvious that something like this will occur, because they simply can’t forgive us all, nor retain control if they do not prop up their corporate plantation owners.
The results will still be what I’ve predicted in the past, a growing gap between the haves and have-nots, with an ever widening gap between lawfulness and non-compliance (unlawfulness). And this will result in a huge crackdown by the growing police state.
So pick your poison. Tsunami is coming soon, and the debt-slavery and corporate protection schemes will ensue, as will the police state apparatus and widening dissent. Most people will simply go along with it, scared to death. Some won’t. But the groundswell that many are looking for will probably never materialize. Not yet.