US Debt To Surpass $20 Trillion In Under Two Months With Trump

BATTLEFORWORLD – December 31, 2016: Knowing the current financial doom outlook, the Rothschilds backing Hillary Clinton was hoping to use the “pod” lady to bring the full force of the United States Military Industrial Complex online to war with Russia and China to start World War III to mask the lingering debt-doom detonation.

But Trump’s financial backers on the other hand are hoping to soften the tense war-atmosphere with help from Russia to sort things out and bring the United States out of monetary troubles (and it won’t be quick), and stop US debt accumulation from wasteful military spending using the United States as the world’s policeman toppling governments and occupying countries under the disguise of nation building, for world domination.

The recovery will have to implement genuine solutions and not magical Wall Street bubble trickery.

Any twinkling-of-an-eye expectance is unrealistic due to the massive debt accumulated to support the US Military Industrial Complex.


Marc Faber Says US Debt Surpass $20 Trillion In Under Two Months With Trump

CNBC – Sam Meredith – December 31, 2016: Donald Trump’s presidency will be powerless to prevent U.S. government debt from soaring beyond $20 trillion in under eight weeks, Marc Faber, the publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom report, told CNBC’s “Street Signs”.  Faber, who is also known as Dr. Doom for his typically downbeat calls condemned monetary policy in the Western world and stressed it would not have mattered whether Clinton or Trump had been elected president as neither could turn the tide on government debt. Faber told CNBC: “Under Trump or under Clinton, the deficit will have gone up substantially. Monetary policy has essentially failed. “Over the last 12 months, U.S. government’s debt increased by 1.4 trillion dollars and will hit 20 trillion dollars very quickly… within a month or two,” added Faber. And says that Western democracy is ‘basically bankrupt’.  Link: Read Complete Article


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