FAST FIVE: Mainstream Economists Are Struggling To Hide The Incoming Economic Collapse

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Money created from thin air by the Fed was used to support failing banks and corporations, not just here in America but also banks and companies around the world.

Because the dollar has been the world reserve currency for the better part of the past century, the Fed has been able to print cash with wild abandon and mostly avoid inflationary consequences.

The dollar's global reserve status means dollars are likely to be held overseas in foreign banks and corporate coffers to be used in global trade.

If the dollar is devalued too much, whether by endless printing of new money or by relentless inflationary pressures at home, all those overseas dollars will come flooding back into the US The result is an inflationary avalanche, a massive injection of liquidity exactly when it will cause the most trouble.

But how bad will the situation get.

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