national debt Archive

  • Additionally, we can see that up to 70% of the national debt is accumulative interest expenditures. The central banks are not eliminating the debt; they are buying it and leaving interest still payable, which will maintain the tax collection. The debt will continue to rise and so will taxes, sucking in everything like a black hole, and diverting capital from creating employment consumed purely by bondholders.

    The Solution – the ONLY Solution

    Additionally, we can see that up to 70% of the national debt is accumulative interest expenditures. The central banks are not eliminating the debt; they are buying it and leaving interest still payable, which will maintain the tax collection. The debt will continue to rise and so will taxes, sucking in everything like a black hole, and diverting capital from creating employment consumed purely by bondholders.

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  • In other words, the Najib administration promised Malaysia will borrow more and have to pay more. Now why does a high income nation needs higher borrowing? Shouldn’t a high income country aim to be more self-sufficient, reduce borrowings and strive to become a net creditor (i.e. lender to others)?

    Janji Ditepati and national debt

    In other words, the Najib administration promised Malaysia will borrow more and have to pay more. Now why does a high income nation needs higher borrowing? Shouldn’t a high income country aim to be more self-sufficient, reduce borrowings and strive to become a net creditor (i.e. lender to others)?

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  • When we're small, our parents were our main source of reference both from their action and inaction. In a bigger sense, government is our big parent, or big brother. What they do, most of us follow although what come from their mouth not always the same as what they actually do. When their action contradict their statement, they still can "buat deek...". Not an apology came from their filthy mouth! One of the no-no thing in investment is borrowing money to invest. Investing is already a risky business. Using borrowed money only increase the risk multiple time!

    News – Malaysia’s debt still manageable, says Idris Jala

    When we're small, our parents were our main source of reference both from their action and inaction. In a bigger sense, government is our big parent, or big brother. What they do, most of us follow although what come from their mouth not always the same as what they actually do. When their action contradict their statement, they still can "buat deek...". Not an apology came from their filthy mouth! One of the no-no thing in investment is borrowing money to invest. Investing is already a risky business. Using borrowed money only increase the risk multiple time!

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  • From the bears who explained quantitative easing so that even CNBC anchors now know what POMO is, comes the follow up: Inflation explained. So easy that no Ivy League Ph.D. is guaranteed to understand it.

    Inflation Explained

    From the bears who explained quantitative easing so that even CNBC anchors now know what POMO is, comes the follow up: Inflation explained. So easy that no Ivy League Ph.D. is guaranteed to understand it.

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  • It is important to try to understand how the international banking elite became so fabulously wealthy.  One of the primary ways that this was accomplished was by gaining control over the issuance of national currencies and by trapping large national governments in colossal debt spirals.

    10 Things That Would Be Different If The Federal Reserve Had Never Been Created

    It is important to try to understand how the international banking elite became so fabulously wealthy. One of the primary ways that this was accomplished was by gaining control over the issuance of national currencies and by trapping large national governments in colossal debt spirals.

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