This is when pension plans will blow up, when people will lose their so-called “entitlements” and when the rich will be leaving quickly for other parts of the world and leaving the remnants of a working class in America which they plan to exploit from afar via foreign-domiciles corporations. (Cheery stuff for an Easter weekend, is it not?)
Unfortunately, when we talk about the Second Depression it is likely to be a great time of human suffering in general. You’ll remember from our earlier discussions, there was almost universal hunger in the previous depression. But in this one coming up, we will likely add things like continued nuclear pollution because costs of clean-up will be larger than available funds.
The same with other aspects of our “living environment” as well.
We run through some of these concepts today and start laying in plans for what to actually DO about things while we are still in the Good Times that within a few short years will likely become “The Good Old Days.” Like the Roaring Twenties, but with bandwidth.