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EconomicPolicyJournal.com

Either something breaks (preferably the euro), or we are going to have a dollar meltdown/panic before the summer. Be warned, this might get really ugly. Especially since there has been little or no mention of the collapsing dollar in the media.

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kingworldnews.com

The U.S. economic and systemic-solvency crises of the last four years only have been precursors to the coming Great Collapse: a hyperinflationary great depression. Such will encompass a complete collapse in the purchasing power...

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LewRockwell.com

You may ask, how that can possibly be? It’s almost metaphysically impossible for “everything” to be expensive, if for no other reason than that it raises the question: “Relative to what?” Nonetheless, we’re in an economic and financial twilight zone.

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WSJ.com

There is the danger that the dollar's safe-haven status will be lost. Foreign investors—private and official alike—hold dollars not simply because they are liquid but because they are secure. The U.S. government has a history of honoring its...

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ZeroHedge.com

Eventually the economy will deteriorate, that there will be more money-printing, and then you have inflation, and a poor economy, an extreme form of stagflation, and, eventually, in that situation, countries go to war, and, as a whole...

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ZeroHedge.com

With US GDP plunging by 5% in the past week on the hike in oil prices, it is becoming very evident that the recovery myth is now over, despite claims by the NAR charlatans, and another round of quantitative easing is almost inevitable.

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