I started warning of this about 1976 while still in high school.
folks called me crazy as their congress critter and the little boy raping folks at the Not Fed told em the road goes on forever and the party never ends.
Maybe they are right, I am crazy or when I graduated high school I would have emigrated to South America somewhere.
I still had hope for the American people they would wake up in time.
At this point, with 40 plus years of being called crazy by the sheep who send their sons to die for Israhell while murdering Arabs because Israhell attacked America with the help of the USA on 11 September 2001, I am willing to say I was dead wrong about Americans having a brain & a set of Balls.
Americans desire red Russian Communism, they burn for the boot of the oppressor on their necks.
Americans love to see their children used like popsicles on the oppressors diseased dongs!
Freedom, true freedom with the Duties such freedom bring scares the sheep $#it out of the slavery loving American sheep.
The American Revolutionaries wasted their time & blood on these pig fornicating sheep monkeys.
Hell is coming America, you have begged the One true God to send Hell to America by your stupidity & actions against humanity.
You have begged, nay beseeched the Horsemen to bend you over and impel you with a huge Red White & Blue Horseman’s shaft!
The Ole Dog!
‘Michael Burry Warns Weimar Hyperinflation Is Coming’
Update (1815 ET): one day after the Weimar tweetstorm below, and shortly after our article came out, Burry tweeted the following:
People say I didn’t warn last time. I did, but no one listened. So I warn this time. And still, no one listens. But I will have proof I warned.
Indeed he will.
One week ago, Bank of America hinted at the unthinkable: the tsunami of monetary and fiscal stimulus, coupled with the upcoming surge in monetary velocity as the world’s economy emerges from lockdowns, would lead to unprecedented economic overheating… or rather precedented as BofA’s CIO Michael Hartnett reflected back on the post-WW1 Germany which he said was the “most epic, extreme analog of surging velocity and inflation following end of war psychology, pent-up savings, lost confidence in currency & authorities” and specifically the Reichsbank’s monetization of debt, and extrapolated that this is similar to what is going on now.
There is, of course, another name for that period: Weimar Germany, and because we all know what happened then, it is understandable why BofA does not want to mention that particular name.
Of course, others have been less shy – in 1974, Jens Parsson wrote a fascinating, in-depth historical analysis of the hyperinflationary collapse of Weimar Germany under the original money printer, Rudy von Havenstein, “Dying of Money: Lessons of the Great German and American Inflations” one which we periodically remind readers is absolutely critical reading in preparation for what comes next.