Notes From The Field By Simon Black
April 8, 2019 Dorado, Puerto Rico
Four ways that Uncle Sam will respond to its $75 trillion insolvency
Last week I told you that the US government recently reported a negative net worth of MINUS $75 TRILLION.
That’s no a type-o. According to the Treasury Department’s annual financial report for Fiscal Year 2018 (which they just published last week), the US government is hopelessly bankrupt.
Now, I’m not talking about this trying to stoke fear and panic.
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Hammertime: They are trying to decide about whether the Zim will go or not
GGee: They’ve been kicking the can for too long. It’s finally time to let it all go.
Briona: The problem I see is that Zimbabwe is a mess right now and their currency value continues to go down. I can understand there being hesitancy in jumping into a huge revaluation.
Ludy: i belive the zim has been the holdup for years
LisaJ: Hope We get an Update sooon. Whether the zim goes Or not
Fitzgerald: THE TRUTH IS AT THE BANK, WE WILL KNOW IT THE MOMENT WE GET THERE TO EXCHANGE… BETTER TO HAVE ZIM AND NOT NEED IT VS NEEDING ZIM AND NOT HAVING IT