From Chris Martenson Blogs January 7, 2013 - 11:30pm
Paper wealth will revert to its intrinsic value
Risk will continue to be transferred onto the taxpaying public
Moral hazard and fraud will by the norm, not the exception
Complexity will be used to mask failure
Individuals will increasingly opt out of the system through means both covert and overt
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In Part I, we examined eight dynamics which will likely influence society, politics, and finance in the next few years. In Part II, we examine different manifestations of the one dynamic that counts: the inability of the Status Quo to make meaningful structural reforms. This inability has many facets, but only one root: political sclerosis caused by entrenched, vested interests seeking to protect their perquisites and power.
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