economic collapseDmitry Orlov is a Russian journalist who writes about the parallel between the U.S and the USSR.
Orlov lived through the financial collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990’s, and he thinks the U.S. is on the same trajectory. Orlov contends, “The trajectory is defined by this sort of incompetent militarism where more and more money results in bigger and bigger military fiascos around the world and less and less of actual foreign policy that can be pursued or articulated. There are massive levels of corruption. The amount of money that is being stolen by the U.S. Government and its various appropriations processes is now in the trillions of dollars a year. Runaway debt, the United States now has a level of debt that is un-repayable. All we’re waiting for is interest rates to go across the magic threshold of 3% and the entire budget of the country explodes. There are also all types of other tendencies that point in the direction of collapse and systemic failure at all levels.”


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From Greg Hunter, USAWatchDog:

  1. “Unfortunately, this country has been barnacled by financial and militaristic parasites that have maliciously sucked the money and joy our of our communities and commodities,  rather than infusing it with viable ideas, solutions and courage.
    This has to stop.
    It will take our community, stepping up, standing up, joining hands and linking arms, to take the lead and make our voices heard.”
    A friend  who was  savaged by some people, working relentlessly to undermine his leadership in  local affairs, wrote these words.
     He allowed me to take his words and apply them here.  
    Slight edits are mine. I used his words in a larger scope.

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