The liquidation of this debt will be the fuel for the coming gold and silver mania phase…
Via John Aziz of Azizonomics,
Here’s the status quo:
These figures are staggering; the advanced nations typically have between three and ten times as much total debt as they have economic activity. In the United Kingdom — the worst example — if one year’s economic activity was devoted entirely to paying down debt (impossible — people need to eat and drink and pay rent, and of course the United Kingdom continues to add debt) it would take ten years for the debt to be wiped clean.
But the real question is why? Why are both debtors and creditors willing to build a status quo of massive unprecedented debt?
From the side of the creditors, I think the answer is the misconception that debt is wealth. Debt can be used as collateral, or can be securitised and traded on exchanges (which itself can…
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