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This article was written as an addendum to this article.


Is there anyone who wants to discuss what exactly we can learn here? Considering that the U.S., Germany, Great Britain, and France are all about to lose their AAA credit rating, we might be plunged into no government because it can't be afforded. Moreover, notice that the economies are faltering in areas with tight government control, like the U.S., France, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, the Norse countries, and somewhat in Japan. Noone can hold a business because labor investments are too high. Everyone thinks that the government will protect them, and provide for them. Truth be told, it is this reliance on government that not only got the countries of the western world into debt, but to suppress any economic growth.


Discuss what's being said here. I'm interested.


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Peanut-Lover wrote:
Considering that the U.S., Germany, Great Britain, and France are all about to lose their AAA credit rating, we might be plunged into no government because it can't be afforded.


I want to know how you linked loss of AAA credit to no government? According to the linked article Japan was dropped to AA2 last year, but the government is still holding there, and they have been in a recession since the 90's.

Also we (U.S.) haven't lost the AAA rating since 1949, at which time our debt was higher (120% of GDP) then now (80% of GDP)

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If these countries lose that rating, the governments will not be able to provide anything in terms of security for the people, and it may result in what is known in the U.S. as a defacto 10th ammendment session, and what will be known elsewhere as complete failure of all governments.


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ITT p-l baaaaaws about the government and paraphrases Wikipedia and fox.

This topic is now about turtles.

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Governments rise and fall. It is the way of things. I do not pretend to know when the USA, GB, or china will collapse, I do see some growing pressure in the US coming from the state governments, but it could be a long time before that develops into anything. Within my lifetime? perhaps yes, perhaps no.

Economically, the outlook is starting to "look good" to the public, which is necessary to pull the economy out of a rut, as the currency system is based on faith, (faith that the currency has value). What would shake things up would be a secondary real-estate crash, the commercial real estate sector never really collapsed, but I doubt it's any more stable than the residential real estate sector was back in 08'. If that collapsed, I could see some changes happening.

As for anarchy, economically speaking, it's almost a paradise, socially speaking though, violence is quite problematic.

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ITT p-l baaaaaws about the government and paraphrases Wikipedia and fox.

This topic is now about turtles.


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