For several months we have been writing about how the world’s financial landscape is changing and the complete failure of the FED’s monetary policies and how their policies are creating an utter disaster for the US economy. Since 2008, when the FED decided for us (the US taxpayer) that we would bailout and continue to fund the totally insane bankers and their never ending casino games, our economy is flat, poverty is increasing, our infrastructure is collapsing, our trade deficits are exploding, and we are beginning to look like a third world country.
All the while, the rest of the world (excluding the US. Canada, the EU, and Japan), are starting to wake up and say “No More Insanity”. Quietly, but surly, the BRICS and in particular China began to build consensus that a new approach was needed to address the world’s economic situation. When China formed the AIIB, the FED, the World Bank, and the IMF snickered arrogantly at their efforts. After all, the US, Japan, and the EU were giants in the financial world.
Now, just a few years later, there is quiet panic within this same group and for very good reason. Not only has the BRICS and particularly China been successful in their efforts, they are about to crush the EU and US economies. The dollar is essential DOA as the international trading currency. It is truly criminally negligent how the FED and the ECB have handled this situation. Further, instead of waking up to the new economic reality, the western banking cartel continues to play their insane game.
These bankers have created a $278 TRILLION dollar derivatives time bomb SINCE 2008 that could go off at any moment. The ECB has doubled down on Greece and this will absolutely insure a Greek default which will, without question, create a total collapse of the Euro. Instead of curbing the gambling excesses of these bankers, breaking up the too big to fail banks, stopping the blatant market manipulations, the FED and the ECB continue to ignore their fiduciary duties to regulate and police the very bankers that have created this disaster.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so here is the big picture.
What is most important to note is that in just under a year, the AIIB has created a membership of participating countries that is quickly isolating the ECB, Japan, and the US. Secondly, you can see the AIIB already has more paid in capital than the World Bank, the IMF, and the ADB combined.
What is also interesting to note is how far behind the US has fallen in infrastructure. Infrastructure is the backbone of economic growth and the US is beginning to look like a third world country. Our CONgress continues to ignore these needs and by all measures could be seen as criminally negligent in addressing these issues.
It is really time that the American people begin to wake up and understand that these issues are at the very core of our standard of living issues and if we don’t make these issues the focus of the next election, we are in for one helluva dismal future. This isn’t a theory or opinion. It is FACT.
What can we do? Here are just a few suggestions that need to be addressed immediately.
1). Can the FED and return the responsibility of determining fiscal policy back to the Treasury Department.
2). Break up the big six “too big to fail” banks and instead of fining them, start the criminal charges and send some of these idiots to jail. Congress and our Department of Justice should be doing their jobs honestly and not as dupes to these cronys.
3). Starting working with the BRICS and the AIIB, instead of being like recalcitrant children. This means working on sound global fiscal policies, developing real backing to international trading currencies, and addressing the world’s infrastructure needs, instead of trying to fast track TPP, which is just another failed effort to exert a strength we no long have in the world. Our trade agreements, based on this unrealistic premise, has been a disaster for the US economy and US workers, has killed our manufacturing capabilities, and skyrocketed our trade deficits. These are facts, not opinions or theories.
4). Make rebuilding the US infrastructure a priority in the federal budget. It is the fastest way to create jobs and economic demand. Our critical immediate needs would generate nearly $5 trillion in spending. That is money that would go directly into the economy and not in some bankers accounts.
Get informed as a voter, speak up, demand these actions from our representatives. We are literally only months away from a total economic meltdown from which there is no immediate recovery. It would take decades to recover. Action is needed right now.