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    Re: US avoided a D-DAY

    Trump's "tax reform" is a project to borrow 1.5 trillion, issue it in form of treasury bond or other debit note, then distribute it to rich people in the form of cash, bonus, profit. On the whole, in 10 years, you saw the debt of American people will add to a new high while the cash it borrows goes to Rich people's pocket.

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    Re: US avoided a D-DAY

    Quote Originally Posted by katsung47 View Post
    Trump's "tax reform" is a project to borrow 1.5 trillion, issue it in form of treasury bond or other debit note, then distribute it to rich people in the form of cash, bonus, profit. On the whole, in 10 years, you saw the debt of American people will add to a new high while the cash it borrows goes to Rich people's pocket.
    Well, it looks like the world is upside down...I actually agree with katsung and don't consider this statement paranoid.

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    I think that's a trap set up by the deep state which control the US through their representative Donald Trump.
    1. They push up the stock market by passing the bill of "Tax Return".

    That bill will increase the national debt to a new high. In another word, borrow money to benefit rich people.

    2. Stock market is at the historical high, once it collapsed, innocent people will suffer a great loss. I think that's a plot to blow up a bubble to loot public's retirement fund (401 k) and their savings.

    Watch the chart. You don't have to be expert to see how big the bubble is. Yet they blow the trumpet for it.



    http://www.zerohedge.com/sites/defau...Dow%20LT_0.jpg

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    Bankruptcy fallout: Toys R Us closing up to 182 stores
    Joan Verdon, The (Bergen County, N.J.) Jan. 24, 2018

    Toys R Us late Tuesday filed court documents outlining plans to close up to 182 stores as part of its bankruptcy reorganization plans.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/money...es/1060674001/

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    Carrier lays off first 300 employees on 6-month anniversary of Trump's presidency
    Tony Cook and James Briggs, IndyStar. ET July 19, 2017


    https://www.indystar.com/story/news/...ncy/491205001/

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    Carrier plant to lay off 215 workers on Thursday
    John Tuohy, john.tuohy@indystar. Jan. 10, 2018


    https://www.indystar.com/story/news/...medium=twitter

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    Re: US avoided a D-DAY

    The US Economy is only Growing Because of Deficit Spending

    This study shows that since 2008 and the great Recession the economy didn't grow at all if you deduct the injection of debt financed deficit spending. Here is a chart of GDP minus deficit spending:




    This is sort of like a homeowner borrowing a lot of money on his house. It seems he's richer and can afford more purchases, but it only depletes his net worth. In the future, if a recession arises, much more debt will have to be created. It's true that there is no limit on how much money can be created by the Federal Reserve, but diluting the dollar could cause it to collapse like Venezuela.



    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-...really-growing

    The US Economy is only Growing Because of Deficit Spending

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    RETAIL APOCALYPSE, Thousands MORE Stores are Closing!

    3/6/2018

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rk06NMLzOY0

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    March 11, 2018
    US credit card debt hits $1 trillion

    Wallethub.com asserts that the average US household owes some $8,600 in credit card debt, cited by Abcnews.go.com.

    US credit card debt hits $1 trillion

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    Auto sales skid in April as demand falls and competition intensifies
    It seems like the long sales boom might be over

    REUTERS May 1st 2018

    Last year, U.S. auto sales fell 2 percent after hitting a record high of 17.55 million units in 2016. Sales are expected to fall further in 2018 as higher interest rates push up monthly car payments. Also, millions of nearly new vehicles will return to the market this year after coming off lease, providing a lower-cost alternative for consumers.

    https://www.autoblog.com/2018/05/01/...auto-sales-us/

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    51 Million U.S. Households Can't Afford Basics
    United Way ALICE Project May 17, 2018

    WASHINGTON, May 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- There are 50.8 million U.S. households that can't afford a basic monthly budget including housing, food, child care, health care, transportation and a cell phone, according to new data released by the United Way ALICE Project.

    https://www.prnewswire.com/news-rele...300650535.html

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