The Survival Economist: Inflation off, Recession on, it’s Not the Strongest Economy in the World


The Survival Economist
Premiered Jul 2, 2022

So this Not QE” Is Costing Every Man, Woman, & Child in America a whopping $183 Per Day. Fed is on track to commit $11.5 trillion in gross cumulative support.

Minsky – Moment comes when stability begets sudden instability. This hundred and eighty-three dollars a day every man woman and child in America is paying; that’s this QE4 or what Powell called not QE. Thanks to the benevolent powerful steering committee at the FOMC, the federal open markets committee.

So we have established the price of peace; we have found the price of calm at this moment: sixty billion dollars a month, roughly two billion dollars a day. And again if that seems like an expensive habit or you know what it would take to kind of maintain a perpetual buzz. You just look at that national addiction divided by every man woman and child. It’s a measly hundred and eighty-three dollars a day every day. That’s what’s costing every and each American citizen. Which at some point, if we’re not careful is merely gonna be the cost of a cup of coffee.

Nothing called free is free. Free is something you get for nothing, but somebody else pays for it. Everyone is going to be working to pay the interest on all the loans. No wonder the banks rake in so much money. Banks screw up a system. The government bails out Banks with taxpayer money. Banks continue to act irresponsibly. Government prints money to give to banks to directly inject into the stock market. Banks screw up the stock market with the taxpayer, money bailout, and QE money printing And probably steal half of Americans 401K by the end.

It looks like the balance sheet of the Fed grew by 260 billion, and it is growing. Remember, the balance sheet was only 800billions before the crisis and grew to over 4 trillion with the promise that it will be unwound.

Well, it didn’t, so they monetized just over 3 trillions of debt. Why isn’t the Fed using the discount window to lend to those entities that can’t manage their cash flow?

Why are they getting free money from the Fed? If I don’t have enough cash to do my payroll at the end of the month, no one will make me a 1% interest loan. So why is the Fed subsidizing those speculators? And who are they?

One question that remains unanswered is what sparked the Repo panic. I still believe a block of cash left the market and has not yet returned. Well, who took the cash? Was there a robbery? Were the police called in to investigate JP Morgan Chase? The banks had a good thing going, squeezing the repo borrowers. The fed stepped in and took away their rice bowl. Big banks are the Fed. Now figure it out yourself.

The banks own the FED. The FED does what the owners tell it to do. It’s funny to watch these big banks extort the Fed. The Big banks ARE the Fed. They’re being bailed out as we speak. That’s what the repo madness is: a bailout. Could it be Deutsche Bank that is the black hole that’s sucking liquidity?

 Banks can take the Fed hostage now since the world banks are all intertwined. These are not overnight loans anymore. Some of them last weeks. And some of them that have already come due have been given extensions. What was once an occasional infusion of liquidity on a 24-hour basis is now a continual process with no money or time limit for payback. It is a rolling bailout of immense proportions. A filthy mess that is being kept under wraps.

Wall Street knows. We all know what that means. Banks are holding the Fed hostage now. Give us liquidity (free money) or else. The corollary to that is that some banks don’t trust other banks for an overnight loan, even at loan-shark rates. And their fears are substantiated when the Fed extends the repayment time.

There are a lot of rotten apples out there. A bank in China can say to the Fed, “give us liquidity in dollars, or we will crash the financial system”! All crisis is every time is a lack of liquidity; that’s what financial crisis always is. So what they do; they just create out of thin air the liquidity.

But what bothers me is; we’re not talking about side joint kinds of countries. We’re talking about the two most powerful countries in the world, the United States and China.


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