Thursday, 7 March 2013

$350 Trillion Can NOT Pay OFF $1,600 Trillion in Debt !!

This video is a very simple to understand explanation of why the World Economy will not be able to continue on as it has been.  Imagine a football with a large inverted triangle balanced on it, made of glass. When the top end of the triangle gets too wide and heavy, as it is now, the whole thing will tip and shatter.  It's far better that we have a "controlled transition" by way of vehicles such as the OPPT process, than to 'crash and burn'.  To let the World Economy teeter on as it has been will inevitably push humanity forward into certain disaster.  Let's look at the alternatives...  The alternative of OPPT seems to be having very positive outcomes.  It deserves our greater attention.  

Derivatives: Why we WILL Collapse - No Way Out Now.

Uploaded on Sep 6, 2011

If you can explain how we get out of this one...I'm all ears. Derivatives are what caused Hank Paulson to declare in 2008 that "The West is Fuc&ed!" He understood then what I am explaining here. Prepare!

Note:  These ARE 2008 figures... but you've got the idea. It's actually quite possible now that global GDP is less and derivatives are more since the global situation has worsened.

This is why OPPT is such a good idea and has arrived in such a timely way... simply because there's not enough money, there's not enough services offered world-wide, and there's not enough commodities (oil, diamonds, minerals, gold, silver, grain... ) on the planet to pay off the bill that the financial institutions are trying to screw out of us. The resources to pay off the debt are simply not there !!! 

The Earth is a FINITE RESOURCE. The banking institutions have created "money" out of 'thin air'.  It's not 'backed' by anything at all.   

Therefore: It's simply not possible AT ALL to EVER  pay off the debt. It's NOT POSSIBLE !! The Earth DOES NOT have assets to that value. The bankers' demands are Not do-able. And now it's "Game over" anyways...  "You're Foreclosed !!" 

OPPT  got it fixed.  And quite honestly, "Thank God"   ... Seriously   : )


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