Bond markets and dollar strength screaming for a savior to usher in a currency reset
Bond markets and dollar strength screaming for a savior to usher in a currency reset by Kenneth Schortgen
It is a fascinating thing where the propaganda media has achieved a two-fold deception on the American people over the course of the past 15 years. The first deception involved the spinning of political beliefs and their being able to program whatever they desired in framing who were the good guys, and who were the bad in the annals of Washington. And that was accomplished very well in 2008 and 2016 when they facilitated a black man with no experience or job record at all to move into the White House.
The second deception however involved changing how people saw the economy, and using the stock markets as their primary showcase to make Americans believe that the economy was doing well when in fact it is now worse off than during the financial crisis of eight years ago.
And sadly, just as we are seeing now when half of America is going through the absolute shattering of their believed media created paradigm that Donald Trump is a horrible choice as leader of the Union, so too are the people of the United States about to get hit with an even greater truth bomb as both dollar strength, and the bond markets, are signalling a coming crash at the same time the manipulated stock markets are daily reaching new all-time highs.
Many alternative financial analysts predicted that the inevitable financial crash was in a race to occur either before, or after the next President was elected. And it has not taken long for signs of a global meltdown to begin to show, especially when Donald Trump still has two months before he is to even take office.
In 2008 the Credit Crisis primarily struck the United States and Europe, with larger economies such as China actually prospering after the collapse and becoming even stronger as a world economic power. However, as we are now seeing with the RMB, the Yen, the British Pound, and the Euro, dollar strength to a 13 year high does not forecast confidence in the reserve currency, but a rush to get out of dollars as nations across the globe sell their bonds to deal with their own monetary problems.