The CEO of Chase Bank is finally seeing what I have been warning my readers about for over a decade. The US debt is unsustainable and will cause a worldwide financial collapse.

Categories: EconomyThe Collapse


SoCoRuss · January 30, 2024 at 12:21 pm

Funny how he just now recognized that. Since him and his fellow globalist banker have caused it. And guess what they will be protected while the rest of us are fucked.

EN2 SS · January 30, 2024 at 12:22 pm

‘It is a cliff…we’re going 60 mph towards it’

uh, no, the cliff is behind us and the leftist government raced off of it at 120 MPH, laughing, singing, drinking and having a great time.
Typically when societies crumble, especially from malfeasance, the ruling class is hung from the nearest tall structure, shot, beat to death or blown up, you know good times.

Jonathan · January 30, 2024 at 1:06 pm

“The government doesn’t work that way” Well duh, that’s the problem!

I don’t think we have until 2035; I suspect the crisis will come before then – of course, the trick is figuring out exactly when!

Very few people recognize how unusual the widespread prosperity of the post WWII era is. At some point the globe will revert to something much closer to a subsistence economy and it will HURT no matter how slow it happens or what governments globally do to attempt to avoid it (spoiler – they will do alot; it won’t help, and will probably make the situation worse).
In my opinion this is a best case scenario, where we somehow avoid a collapse or hard crash.

Bear Claw · January 30, 2024 at 5:38 pm

Sounds like he’s about to retire

    Gryphon · January 31, 2024 at 6:46 pm

    Retire, and live out the rest of his life at his Fancy Mansion, with the ‘hired help’ doing the Yard and Housework…. Not. What these Parasites cannot Understand is, When the Lights go Out, the non-Productive Parasites won’t be able to ‘Pay For’ what they need to Live, and having No useful Skills whatsoever, they will Die among their belongings, likely by the hands of the Productive People they ’employ’.

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