No Avoiding It, Money Printing Always Ends In A Crash

By: Curtis Wayne 0 Comments   11/28/2015

Against the odds the US stock markets has managed to remain at record highs, regardless of many nations that are in recession or facing economic meltdown.

The Fed continues to keep most US investors fooled into thinking that the US economic recovery is just around the corner.

Yet, no nation in the world has even avoided a crash after printing tons of money.  Printing money is a declaration of insolvency.  Printing money is admitting that you cannot pay your debts. 

The nations of the world today have gone completely mad. 

Fiat money is money that is not backed by any other collateral, like gold or silver or other commodity.  After WWII the dollar was made the international currency by making all oil sales in dollars. At the time the dollar was backed by gold by the US government.

The rest of the world currencies were backed by dollars and therefore indirectly backed by gold, until 1971 when President Nixon removed the backing of gold.

Since this point in history, all major world currencies became fiat currencies.  Throughout history many nations have experienced financial collapse by using a fiat currency, but never before has all the nations used fiat currencies at the same time. 

Here are 4 reasons why no nation can remain under fiat money;

  1. Fiat money is inflationary; it benefits a few at the expense of many others; it causes boom-and-bust cycles that destroy capital collection and investment, which are critical for creating new wealth.
  2. Fiat money leads to over indebtedness; bankrupting millions of families with each bust
  3. Fiat money corrupts society's morals by rewording sins like coveting and stealing other people’s money while punishing the things that build strong and stable businesses like honest and integrity.  A culture that rewards immorality ends up destroying the foundation of every nation - the families – which results in a massive increase to government to try and replace the support system that only healthy families can provide. 
  4. Fiat money depletes motivation to work hard, innovate and create as the government grows into each industry and takes away the freedom and opportunity for profits. Ultimately ending in a depression on a grand scale, stealing the life’s work of millions of people that have worked and saved for generations.

Fiat money is evil and evil destroys everything that it touches. No nation can openly endorse evil for very long before it is completely destroyed.

Money is the means of exchange of goods, which are created by labor.  Allowing the state to print money is giving the state control over the labor of the people.

When governments get control of the people’s money, their thirst for more is never enough.  The result is always the same. They begin to print money that does not exist in order to pay for what they do not have funds for. 

The new injected money creates inflation, thereby setting the boom-and-bust economic cycles in motion.  Each growing larger than the previous, until the system completely collapses under the weight of the debt and the inability of the people’s labor to create enough new wealth to support the large government system or pay back the previous debts. 

This is the point of no return, which is typically when a nation’s debt reaches 80% of its GDP.  Of course, this is nearly impossible to determine this because as nations approach this mark they skew their GDP and debt numbers to avoid exposing their obvious financial calamity. (This is noted in the book: “The Road to Surfdom”)

In effect, fiat money is worse than counterfeiting money because counterfeit money is only a small portion of the entire base money, while fiat money is counterfeiting the entire supply of money at the source and lying about it to everyone.
Fiat money is a state run counterfeit operation that lies to the people and slowly steals everything they have.  Fiat money is a grand deception, and because the US dollar is the international currency it has become the largest deception in the history of the world.

Much of the world has been fooled into believing this lie and it is not going to end well. The crash that started in 2008 is not over, rather the money printing has only given the appearance that the US has survived. 

In reality the US recession never ended and surviving the next wave is not going to be easy. 

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