“Increasingly Experimental, Highly Unpredictable and Possibly Dangerous” – US Dollar Crisis Looms

Wednesday, August 17, 2016
By Paul Martin

SilverDoctors.com
August 17, 2016

The BIS, IMF and central banks around the world, all do one thing right – they give us warning and tell us, usually in language we can understand, they will now be stealing a portion of our wealth.
It is our responsibility to do the research and respond accordingly, prior to the next move that is planned and announced. It has now been announced…

By Rory Hall, The Daily Coin:

The wonderful and loving group of monetary thieves at the Bank for International Settlement (BIS) have issued another warning about our global economy coming apart at the seams. It is happening, as is being noted by the housing market collapse reports from around the country as well as Canada, England and China. We see it in the retail and restaurant sectors as well as stores are either closing or slowing to a crawl. Online sales are replacing some of the economic activity that brick and mortar locations were generating, however, most people don’t order “date night” dinner online.

Macy’s department stores announced on Thursday August 11, 2016 they would be closing 100 stores in 2017. How can this be? Didn’t the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics just release the latest and greatest unemployment numbers on Friday August 5, 2016 stating the U.S. economy added approximately 250,000 NEW jobs? If this is true why then, just a mere six days later, did Macy’s announce they are going to close 100 stores? I guess Macy’s didn’t get the memo about how great the economy is doing.

This brings us to the latest warning from one of the global banking cabals, BIS. This makes, at least, the third warning from either the BIS or IMF in the past year regarding the failure of Quantitative Easing (QE), Zero Interest Rate Policy (ZIRP) and Negative Interest Rate Policy (NIRP). These three central bank monetary policies incorporated into the some of the largest economies in the world are reaching the end of their lifespan. These highly disruptive policies have covered up, with more monetary problems, the financial crisis that began in 2008 and have only grown worse with the use of these monetary policies designed to hide the problems.

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