November 2, 2019

Pearls of expression.

How many people reading this think that given the choice between dealing with unpleasant consequences now vs. printing up more money (via MMT, more QE, etc.) and facing the music at a later date that there’s even any contest at all?

Of course they’ll opt to print more now. Now is never a good time to face the music.[1]

[1] "The End Of Money." By Chris Martenson, ZeroHedge, 11/2/19.



I am reminded of a line from the movie Predator 2. "There's no stopping what can't be stopped".

A financial crash is coming. Period. If you'll forgive my self-reference, the only questions that matter are:

* When will it start?
* How bad will it get?
* How long will it last?
* How best to prepare for the inevitable?

Col. B. Bunny said...

I tried to embed a clip from one of the Pink Panther movies where Kato leaps from the wardrobe and throttles Clouseau. Sellers says "Now is not the time!" Kato relaxes his hold and Clouseau immediately grabs Kato by the throat and yells, "Now is the time." Unfortunately, I couldn't find the scene on YouTube. Your Sarah Connor clip is really much better though I have to say having a meltdown and screaming "You're all going to die!" while you are in a mental hospital is probably not in what I'd call the "persuasion zone."

paul scott said...

Off subject but I thought you might like a couple of the lectures at the Ron Paul Symposium Colonel. >> Scott Horton [ first speaker] gives a thumping anti-war talk. He is a libertarian, here is the link,
all best to you and family.

Col. B. Bunny said...

Thanks you, Paul. I'll listen to that with interest.