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Trump’s Wall is the Tip of the Iceberg

As we’ve stated in the past, the cost to build the border wall was $5.7 billion.  Compare that to one week’s interest payments on our debt which is over $6.7 billion.

So, it was never a matter of money. It was just party politics at its best.

This means that we have crossed the line and government is no longer capable of managing anything.

As pensions and debt become the crisis post-2020, both sides will just be blaming the other and nobody will be interested in actually solving anything. We can expect SUBSTANTIAL tax increases from the Democrats enough to wipe out economic growth.

The good news is we’re in better shape than the rest of the world.

Central banks around the world are beside themselves.

In many countries, the contagion of Quantitative Easing (money printing) combined with negative interest rates has completely altered the economy.

And most countries have driven a huge wave of disparity between Public and Private sectors of the economy.

It’s also why central banks won’t forecast recessions.  They fear it will collapse their already fragile economies.

Sad to say we are heading into the Great Unknown where Keynesian Economics has crumbled to dust.

It’s important for us to reassess the future to see how this will all unfold.

The bottom line is always the same.

When taxation and rule of law collapse the break-up of nations is not far behind.

Declining empires always follow this pattern.

However, it’s not all gloom and doom.

The upcoming turbulence in the world’s economies is also a fantastic opportunity to hit the ctrl-alt-delete button and start over again.

It won’t be pretty.

But it will be one of the greatest opportunities of a lifetime for those with ears to hear.

See how (HERE).


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