The U.S. Is Hiding Its Real Debt (And It Puts Us In Worse Shape Than Greece)

The U.S. national debt is actually twenty times higher than officially reported. Here’s what Laurence Kotlikoff says is really going on…

Editor’s Note: Even when the national debt and debt servicing statistics and projections are taken at face value, as Steve St Angelo in this post, we see that when comparing the public debt to the entire silver industry, silver is incredibly undervalued (i.e. dirt cheap) right now.


The US national debt is twenty times higher than is officially reported, approaching $222 trillion, and today’s children could soon be paying their parent’s debts, reputed American economist Laurence Kotlikoff told RT. TRANSCRIPT of the interview: