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ixixi
Fri Nov 07 2008, 06:57pm

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nje pyetje kisha une per ata qe jetojne ne ny ose ne nj , a dini ndonje party qe do behet tashti ne fund te nentorit ? do kisha deshire te shkoja

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shkodranja e gjeta kete dhe shpresoj qe te ndihmoj sado pak.
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faleminers rozafa lol un e kam nermen me ardh per weekend anej edhe nuk paska asgja te shtunen well is other things to do in ny

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Shqiptare sa mire e dike se qa ndodh ne Canada..... asht e vertet qi Canadaja i merr me Unniversity dhe mire e ban per mendimin tem. dhe pse shkojne ne shkolla mire ja bajne sepse arrijne me u integru ne kyt shtet, kush ka durim ka dal i fitum .


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shqiptare
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perse ju vjen cudi?.
bujana`s ,ju keni te drejt ,kur flisni per "inetgrimin" ne kete shtet,se kot s`thone sipas vendit kuvendi,por ky inetgrim i perket atyre qe kane mbaruar thejsht nje fakultet,por per ate kategori njerzish qe kane mbaruar nje master,apo akoma nje PhD,pak si e veshtire per tu pranuar e konceptuar, jeta nuk eshte thejsht shkolla canadeze apo jo?.
gjithsesi ju mos e merni personal ,pasi ky ishte mendimi im.
Ky trajtim qe i behet shqiptareve si behet francezeve apo anglezeve.
Jam dakort per njerez qe kane vetem nje diplome shqiptare ti nenshtrohen nje studimi te tipt canadez ,master apo e me tej,sepse dihet niveli i shkollave tona,por jo per inetelektuale qe kane studime te avancuara.Dija s`ka fund ,por jeta po.
Nese ,do te pyesesh shumica e shqiptereve ,ato erdhen per nje te ardhme me te mire te femijve te tyre.
pa me thuaj sa eshte perqindja e intelektualeve shqiptare qe punojne ne statusin e nje intelektuali?.
Gjithsesi po e perseris ky eshte mendimi im.

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une skam ken naj here ne amerik por do e baj nje vizite anej,shum kurjoze jam!!manej kam edhe motren atje.


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Geni_london
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jam kurioz te shkoj ne kto shtete,,sidomos ne kanada,,biles ktu besoj shume shpejt.

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udhetin te mbare te dyve dhe ja kalofshit sa me kendeshem.
Geni cfar eshte ajo qe te ben kaq kureshtare rreth canadase?
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Per mu si amerika edhe kanadaja jan shum larg , por mem than se ku kishe jetu nder kta dy shtete un kisha perferu ne kanada, per ameriken nuk kam nigju mir kta 10 vjet e fundit katastrof krejt , nuk asht ashtu si e shofim ne tv amerika.
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Ma paskan ba Kanadan ktu me t'than mendja se asht parajs n'ket toke. Per mu Kanadaja s'asht kerkund me US. Un kam ken ne Kanada, ne Montreal, ne Toronto edhe kam kalu edhe ka Widsor. Nothing imppressive!!! Biles njerezt ne Montreal mu duken shume antipatik. E mashin vedin me t'than mendja se kush jan. Those French Bastards! Shume Shqiptar qe shkojn atje, shkojn vetem se marrin ndihma sociale e munden me jetu ne Welfare me vite te tana. Asht mire per brezat e vjeter qe s'kajn ndoj perspektive por per rini qe dojn me ec perpara Kanadaja s'ti jep kurr mundesite qe ti jep USA. Edhe ashtu si ne Europe, imigrantat shifen ndryshe e mbahen ne status tjeter ne krahasim me Kanadezt. Nqs t'a ka dhane Zoti vullnetin e trunin vec ne US i ke mundesite e barabarta me ec perpara. Mu me ma shtru n'ar nuk kisha shku me jetu n'Kanada. Un kam familje e njerez qe njof atje e deshira e tyne asht qe fmija me ardh ne US me shkolle e me pune. Me pak fjal qe mos ta zgjas ma: Kanadaja asht fshati i USA. Nderime!

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Ma paskan ba Kanadan ktu me t'than mendja se asht parajs n'ket toke. Per mu Kanadaja s'asht kerkund me US. Un kam ken ne Kanada, ne Montreal, ne Toronto edhe kam kalu edhe ka Widsor. Nothing imppressive!!! Biles njerezt ne Montreal mu duken shume antipatik. E mashin vedin me t'than mendja se kush jan. Those French Bastards! Shume Shqiptar qe shkojn atje, shkojn vetem se marrin ndihma sociale e munden me jetu ne Welfare me vite te tana. Asht mire per brezat e vjeter qe s'kajn ndoj perspektive por per rini qe dojn me ec perpara Kanadaja s'ti jep kurr mundesite qe ti jep USA. Edhe ashtu si ne Europe, imigrantat shifen ndryshe e mbahen ne status tjeter ne krahasim me Kanadezt. Nqs t'a ka dhane Zoti vullnetin e trunin vec ne US i ke mundesite e barabarta me ec perpara. Mu me ma shtru n'ar nuk kisha shku me jetu n'Kanada. Un kam familje e njerez qe njof atje e deshira e tyne asht qe fmija me ardh ne US me shkolle e me pune. Me pak fjal qe mos ta zgjas ma: Kanadaja asht fshati i USA. Nderime!



Hhahahaah fshati i Amerikes, the ti pa me ban me qesh hahahahahah Amerika aq mire i ka punet sa qe deri tash asht 12 triljon dollar borxh, gjoja shteti me i forte i botes Amerika, ka ken dikur se tesh nuk asht ma punoni ka tri kater pun brenda 24 orve qe me ja arrit me i pagu njata bill, ka vende ne Usa qe jan te humbura dhe te pa zhvillume qe per nder as ne dukagjin nuk jan hahahahah hopa USA. Kanadezt, kur mbesin pa pun kan ndime socjale shum te mire kurse kur Amerikanet mbesin pa pune ju japin Bona ushqimesh se pages me pare harroje . Amerika po shifet qe asht drejt falimentimit ......... do jet Histori po zgjati edhe 10 vjet me ket ekonomi qe ka sot gadi gjysa e amerikes sot per sot belongs to china.....! me vjen keq per qytetaret qe jetojn atje po realiteti nuk mund ti shmanget njeri. Kurse kush esht i zoti me punu dhe ba bisnez e ban edhe pa shku ne amerike ke edhe ne shqipni qe jan ba plot milonjera qe nuk e nderrojn jeten e tyre me ate endrren e Amerikes qe tani ka mbet si shprehje se ne realitet sot per sot esht shum larg ....

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Rozafa-usa ka shkruar:

shkodranja e gjeta kete dhe shpresoj qe te ndihmoj sado pak.




Hahahah sa Atdhetar 45$ per femije kurse per te rritur 90$ nji bilete edhe gjoja per feten e clirimit, me ket cmim qe me ken koncert me Eminem dhe e ka ma lire bileten ja me pa ata qe gjoja bajn si muzikanta qe nuk din as me lexu notat muzikore. Edhe kur dun me ba si fammoza gjoja nuk din me fol shqip si njerz se ma me kendu harroje ... grup i shpifur...

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lissandro ka shkruar:

ShKoDrAn_NyC ka shkruar:

Ma paskan ba Kanadan ktu me t'than mendja se asht parajs n'ket toke. Per mu Kanadaja s'asht kerkund me US. Un kam ken ne Kanada, ne Montreal, ne Toronto edhe kam kalu edhe ka Widsor. Nothing imppressive!!! Biles njerezt ne Montreal mu duken shume antipatik. E mashin vedin me t'than mendja se kush jan. Those French Bastards! Shume Shqiptar qe shkojn atje, shkojn vetem se marrin ndihma sociale e munden me jetu ne Welfare me vite te tana. Asht mire per brezat e vjeter qe s'kajn ndoj perspektive por per rini qe dojn me ec perpara Kanadaja s'ti jep kurr mundesite qe ti jep USA. Edhe ashtu si ne Europe, imigrantat shifen ndryshe e mbahen ne status tjeter ne krahasim me Kanadezt. Nqs t'a ka dhane Zoti vullnetin e trunin vec ne US i ke mundesite e barabarta me ec perpara. Mu me ma shtru n'ar nuk kisha shku me jetu n'Kanada. Un kam familje e njerez qe njof atje e deshira e tyne asht qe fmija me ardh ne US me shkolle e me pune. Me pak fjal qe mos ta zgjas ma: Kanadaja asht fshati i USA. Nderime!



Hhahahaah fshati i Amerikes, the ti pa me ban me qesh hahahahahah Amerika aq mire i ka punet sa qe deri tash asht 12 triljon dollar borxh, gjoja shteti me i forte i botes Amerika, ka ken dikur se tesh nuk asht ma punoni ka tri kater pun brenda 24 orve qe me ja arrit me i pagu njata bill, ka vende ne Usa qe jan te humbura dhe te pa zhvillume qe per nder as ne dukagjin nuk jan hahahahah hopa USA. Kanadezt, kur mbesin pa pun kan ndime socjale shum te mire kurse kur Amerikanet mbesin pa pune ju japin Bona ushqimesh se pages me pare harroje . Amerika po shifet qe asht drejt falimentimit ......... do jet Histori po zgjati edhe 10 vjet me ket ekonomi qe ka sot gadi gjysa e amerikes sot per sot belongs to china.....! me vjen keq per qytetaret qe jetojn atje po realiteti nuk mund ti shmanget njeri. Kurse kush esht i zoti me punu dhe ba bisnez e ban edhe pa shku ne amerike ke edhe ne shqipni qe jan ba plot milonjera qe nuk e nderrojn jeten e tyre me ate endrren e Amerikes qe tani ka mbet si shprehje se ne realitet sot per sot esht shum larg ....



Lissandro, Amerika asht shteti ma i fuqishem ne bote ekonomikisht. Sjellu e pshjtellu ti si te dush Kanadaja as qe nuk i afrohet amerikes per teknologji e per zhvillim ekonomik. E sa per vende te humbuna ke sa te dush ne Kanada ma shume se ne Amerike. Edhe njata qytete qe i mbani si te mdhaja e te zhvillume as si afrohen kerkund qyteteve te zhvillume te Amerikes. Isha ne Toronto me gishta u numroshin ndertesat e nalta. Demek Toronto asht mini New York. As sa nji lagje e New Yorkut nuk asht.

Tesh ti pa permend ndihmen sociale. Ty ndoshta te duket e mire por ndihma sociale asht nje nder shkaqet kryesore qe ndalon zhvillimin se i kthen njerezit ne parazita. Me ket rritem qe asht tuj ec Kanadaja tuj i kthy njerezit ne parazit te shoqerise ka mu ba ma zi se Shqipnia. LOL. Qe ta dish ti ne US ka ndihma sociale gjithashtu e ka shum persona qe jetojn me "Gov't Cheese" me gjenerata. Por nuk asht jete ajo tuj jetu me ndihma shtetnore. Sa per njashtu ma mire shko ne Shqipni e jeto ne vend tand si zotni se sa me jetu si parazit ne nje vend te huj e me jetu ne saj te taksave qe pagujn njerezit tjere. N'Amerike mik vetem njerez dembela e qe s'dojn me punu e me ec perpara rrijn me ndihme sociale. Njerezit e tjere qe kajn nje fare ego-t ne jete se ulin vedin e tyre ne at nivel.

E sa per Kinen qe ka ne dore gjysen e Amerikes je tuj ia fut me top. Kina vec blen Treasury Bills ( Bono te Shtetit Amerikan) e ka vite te tana qe i blen e vlera totale nuk i kalon $600 Billion, qe asht nje perqindje shume e vogel e GDP. E qe ta dish ti tamarrsha Kina blen Treasury bills sepse investimi ne bonot e qeverise amerikane asht investimi ma i sigurte ne bote (ky eshte fakt). E per ket arsye qeveria amerikane paguan interesat ma te ulta se cdo qeveri ne bote. The risk of the US Gov't failing to pay its interest payments is virtually zero. No other gov't in the world can make that claim. Especially Canada.

E sa per ato qe po thu ti qe punojm ne Amerike ka 2-3 pune vec me pagu faturat e ke shume gabim. Punojn njerezit ka 2-3 pune me mbledh 1 pare e me ble ndoj shpi ose ndoj biznes. Se faturat paguhen edhe me 1 rroge.

Amerika po thu qe po shkon drejt falimentimit. po falimentoi Amerika falimenton bota mor mik e Kanadaja e shef mandej mire bethen e mices. Un ngaqe nuk jam profet si puna jote nuk baj kshtu parashikimesh kolosale. Por di me te than 1 gja. Nqs vjen puna per falimentim, me falimentu Kanadaja bota e ndin pak por prap jeta vazhdon. Me falimentu Amerika atehere ka falimentu bota.

Eshte e vertete vetem nje gja qe thua ti qe kudo mundesh mu marr me biznes e kudo mundesh me ken rahat e mu ba milioner. Edhe ne Shqipni jan ba shume milionera sic the ti. Po pa ia ly rroten dikujt, pa ia fut nenkamcen dikujt ose pa u marr ifije me pisdhek nuk bahesh milioner ne shqipni. Ne shqipni tan ata qe jan biznesmena te pastert ose intelektual te thjesht qe punojn per 1 rroge e s'marrin pare nen tavoline kan mbet te vegjel e nuk jan asnjeni miljonera. Por per ket teme nuk po e zgjas ma shume se ky s'asht vendi. E mundena me fol per situaten ne Shqipni me dite te tera e nuk zgjidhim gja. Edhe shume persona qe u larguan prej Shqipniet (ashtu si un e ti) e paten nje arsye, sepse s'u larguan se ia kishte qejfi me lan rahatin e vendit tyne.

Mik i dashtun, me krahasu USA me Canada asht isoj si me krahasu Shkodren me Velecikun. Canada - Velecik same S#!T different smell.

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hhmmm shkodran ti ne nyc rrin po nuk e di sa je i informum ,per ekonomine e amerike ne 10 vitet e fundit ,plus qe paske humb shume emisione qe tregojen eksaktesisht sa miliarda ashte e futun ne borxh amerika me shume shtete te botes .... ekonomia papunsia tu shku perdite e ma poshte .... ...tu pa dollarin qe as me lekun nuk eshte barabar .................amerika ka ken ..po jo ma

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Gurabi ka shkruar:

hhmmm shkodran ti ne nyc rrin po nuk e di sa je i informum ,per ekonomine e amerike ne 10 vitet e fundit ,plus qe paske humb shume emisione qe tregojen eksaktesisht sa miliarda ashte e futun ne borxh amerika me shume shtete te botes .... ekonomia papunsia tu shku perdite e ma poshte .... ...tu pa dollarin qe as me lekun nuk eshte barabar .................amerika ka ken ..po jo ma




Po me bahet qefi per ty Gurabi, qe i ndjek lajmet dhe e dike realitetin e vertet qe ndollet sot per sot ne USA.

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lissandro ka shkruar:

ShKoDrAn_NyC ka shkruar:

Ma paskan ba Kanadan ktu me t'than mendja se asht parajs n'ket toke. Per mu Kanadaja s'asht kerkund me US. Un kam ken ne Kanada, ne Montreal, ne Toronto edhe kam kalu edhe ka Widsor. Nothing imppressive!!! Biles njerezt ne Montreal mu duken shume antipatik. E mashin vedin me t'than mendja se kush jan. Those French Bastards! Shume Shqiptar qe shkojn atje, shkojn vetem se marrin ndihma sociale e munden me jetu ne Welfare me vite te tana. Asht mire per brezat e vjeter qe s'kajn ndoj perspektive por per rini qe dojn me ec perpara Kanadaja s'ti jep kurr mundesite qe ti jep USA. Edhe ashtu si ne Europe, imigrantat shifen ndryshe e mbahen ne status tjeter ne krahasim me Kanadezt. Nqs t'a ka dhane Zoti vullnetin e trunin vec ne US i ke mundesite e barabarta me ec perpara. Mu me ma shtru n'ar nuk kisha shku me jetu n'Kanada. Un kam familje e njerez qe njof atje e deshira e tyne asht qe fmija me ardh ne US me shkolle e me pune. Me pak fjal qe mos ta zgjas ma: Kanadaja asht fshati i USA. Nderime!



Hhahahaah fshati i Amerikes, the ti pa me ban me qesh hahahahahah Amerika aq mire i ka punet sa qe deri tash asht 12 triljon dollar borxh, gjoja shteti me i forte i botes Amerika, ka ken dikur se tesh nuk asht ma punoni ka tri kater pun brenda 24 orve qe me ja arrit me i pagu njata bill, ka vende ne Usa qe jan te humbura dhe te pa zhvillume qe per nder as ne dukagjin nuk jan hahahahah hopa USA. Kanadezt, kur mbesin pa pun kan ndime socjale shum te mire kurse kur Amerikanet mbesin pa pune ju japin Bona ushqimesh se pages me pare harroje . Amerika po shifet qe asht drejt falimentimit ......... do jet Histori po zgjati edhe 10 vjet me ket ekonomi qe ka sot gadi gjysa e amerikes sot per sot belongs to china.....! me vjen keq per qytetaret qe jetojn atje po realiteti nuk mund ti shmanget njeri. Kurse kush esht i zoti me punu dhe ba bisnez e ban edhe pa shku ne amerike ke edhe ne shqipni qe jan ba plot milonjera qe nuk e nderrojn jeten e tyre me ate endrren e Amerikes qe tani ka mbet si shprehje se ne realitet sot per sot esht shum larg ....



Lissandro, Amerika asht shteti ma i fuqishem ne bote ekonomikisht. Sjellu e pshjtellu ti si te dush Kanadaja as qe nuk i afrohet amerikes per teknologji e per zhvillim ekonomik. E sa per vende te humbuna ke sa te dush ne Kanada ma shume se ne Amerike. Edhe njata qytete qe i mbani si te mdhaja e te zhvillume as si afrohen kerkund qyteteve te zhvillume te Amerikes. Isha ne Toronto me gishta u numroshin ndertesat e nalta. Demek Toronto asht mini New York. As sa nji lagje e New Yorkut nuk asht.

Tesh ti pa permend ndihmen sociale. Ty ndoshta te duket e mire por ndihma sociale asht nje nder shkaqet kryesore qe ndalon zhvillimin se i kthen njerezit ne parazita. Me ket rritem qe asht tuj ec Kanadaja tuj i kthy njerezit ne parazit te shoqerise ka mu ba ma zi se Shqipnia. LOL. Qe ta dish ti ne US ka ndihma sociale gjithashtu e ka shum persona qe jetojn me "Gov't Cheese" me gjenerata. Por nuk asht jete ajo tuj jetu me ndihma shtetnore. Sa per njashtu ma mire shko ne Shqipni e jeto ne vend tand si zotni se sa me jetu si parazit ne nje vend te huj e me jetu ne saj te taksave qe pagujn njerezit tjere. N'Amerike mik vetem njerez dembela e qe s'dojn me punu e me ec perpara rrijn me ndihme sociale. Njerezit e tjere qe kajn nje fare ego-t ne jete se ulin vedin e tyre ne at nivel.

E sa per Kinen qe ka ne dore gjysen e Amerikes je tuj ia fut me top. Kina vec blen Treasury Bills ( Bono te Shtetit Amerikan) e ka vite te tana qe i blen e vlera totale nuk i kalon $600 Billion, qe asht nje perqindje shume e vogel e GDP. E qe ta dish ti tamarrsha Kina blen Treasury bills sepse investimi ne bonot e qeverise amerikane asht investimi ma i sigurte ne bote (ky eshte fakt). E per ket arsye qeveria amerikane paguan interesat ma te ulta se cdo qeveri ne bote. The risk of the US Gov't failing to pay its interest payments is virtually zero. No other gov't in the world can make that claim. Especially Canada.

E sa per ato qe po thu ti qe punojm ne Amerike ka 2-3 pune vec me pagu faturat e ke shume gabim. Punojn njerezit ka 2-3 pune me mbledh 1 pare e me ble ndoj shpi ose ndoj biznes. Se faturat paguhen edhe me 1 rroge.

Amerika po thu qe po shkon drejt falimentimit. po falimentoi Amerika falimenton bota mor mik e Kanadaja e shef mandej mire bethen e mices. Un ngaqe nuk jam profet si puna jote nuk baj kshtu parashikimesh kolosale. Por di me te than 1 gja. Nqs vjen puna per falimentim, me falimentu Kanadaja bota e ndin pak por prap jeta vazhdon. Me falimentu Amerika atehere ka falimentu bota.

Eshte e vertete vetem nje gja qe thua ti qe kudo mundesh mu marr me biznes e kudo mundesh me ken rahat e mu ba milioner. Edhe ne Shqipni jan ba shume milionera sic the ti. Po pa ia ly rroten dikujt, pa ia fut nenkamcen dikujt ose pa u marr ifije me pisdhek nuk bahesh milioner ne shqipni. Ne shqipni tan ata qe jan biznesmena te pastert ose intelektual te thjesht qe punojn per 1 rroge e s'marrin pare nen tavoline kan mbet te vegjel e nuk jan asnjeni miljonera. Por per ket teme nuk po e zgjas ma shume se ky s'asht vendi. E mundena me fol per situaten ne Shqipni me dite te tera e nuk zgjidhim gja. Edhe shume persona qe u larguan prej Shqipniet (ashtu si un e ti) e paten nje arsye, sepse s'u larguan se ia kishte qejfi me lan rahatin e vendit tyne.

Mik i dashtun, me krahasu USA me Canada asht isoj si me krahasu Shkodren me Velecikun. Canada - Velecik same S#!T different smell.



Shkodran sa me te vu ne dijeni ty nuk kam ndonje gja kunder Amerikes, po realitetit kam qef me ju mbajt,
Ti shkruan qe esht shtetiti me i fuqishem ne bot kurse un them kan ken dhe nuk asht ma,
Ti thu qe pa Ameriken nuk ka jete dhe bota nuk ekziston, une them ka ekzistu perpara se me u kriju Amerika sa ka 200-apo 300 vjet si shtet apo histori si vend.

SWa me te vu ne dijeni Britania e Madhe ka ken superfuqi ne te gjitha drejtimet para se me ju dhan shanci amerikes por me borxhet qe e fundosi shtetin e vet dhe sterlina ne ate kohe doli e pa vleshme dhe nuk u perdor ma sii monedh qe tu bente tregu boterore, pra Anglia e ka mbajt meshum se Amerika ,kurse tani ne te njetin pozicjon po duken hapat qe [po ndodhet edhe USA.

Dhe kur ti bjen vlera $ sikurse esht tui i ra ateher i iken edhe fuqia si shtet, dhe blemja e shitja e naftes e benzines e metaleve tjera nuk do vazhdoj me te behet me dollar ky esht realiteti edo apo se do ti.
ket qe po te them un po e thon shum edhe nga Ekonomistat Amerikan kjo nuk esht shpikje, por me gjitha ato shpenzime qe ben Amerika e luftra ato nuk jan fal. kurse 12 triljon Dollar esht sot persot shtetit Amerikan borxh , kur e mori presidentcin Obama ai e deklaroj vet qe jemi 9 triljon Dollar borxh Kines. Pastaj habitem pse cfar po te duket Kina qe ka me shum se 6-7 vjet qe po ka rritje ekonomijet mbi 7% ne vjet me cheap labour,etj kurse para nji javet e ka dhan CBS News qe numri ka shkuar ne 12 triljon Dollar borxh te thuash 700 miljon Dollar po i kushton ne vjet vetem financimi per ushtaret qe ka ne Irak afganistan e vende te tjrera te botes ....

Nejse me nxjerr konkluzionin Gungulli mbi uje nuk shkon pergjithmon ....
gjithomon do vije fundi i nje shteti qe ti te vije fillimi i nje shteti tjeter per power dhe ekonomi.

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Tue May 24 2011, 02:34pm
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Lissandro e di qe s'ke gja kunder amerikes, por meqe po thu Amerika nuk asht ma, me thuj ti mu kush asht? Gjithashtu cfar parametrash perdor ti me vendos se cili shtet ne bote asht numer 1. Me jep fakte se pse X shtet eshte vendi me i fuqishem ne bote edhe un po t'a prandoj.

Tjetra ato figurat e borxhit nuk i ke komplet te sakta. National US Debt is 14 Trillion, however Treasury Bills bought by the Chinese Gov't is only 1.1 Trillion not 9 Trillion as you mention. And here is a website where you can see how much US debt is bought by each country in the world.
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Lissandro te lutem lexo pak me shume per US debt dhe do ta shohesh qe te gjitha qeverite qe blejn borxh amerikan e blejn sepse asht i sigurte. Normalisht borxhi ka arrite ne nivele te larta por nuk do te thote qe shteti amerikan do falimentoje prej ketij borxh. Cdo shtet i botes ka borxhe. Dhe te kesh borxh nuk do te thote se asht nje gja e keqe. Se ato pare qe merren borxh perdoren per sherbime te ndryshme sociale/ekonomike. Plus qe cdo shtet ose bashkim shtetesh si EU psh ka nje limit persa i perket % te borxhit ndaj GDP. EU e ka ket numer te 60%. Pra nqs borxhi i tana shteteve te EU asht 60% e GDP te EU asht prap e konsiderume normale. Per 2010 ky numer asht 80%. Kurse Gjermania si shteti ma i fuqishem i EU ka nje debt to GDP ratio of 83.2%. Mundesh me lexu ma gjate ne ket website nqs ke qejf. trokit ketu

AS far as Chinese Debt to GDP Ratio there aren't any data releases from the Chinese gov't since all the debt is produced by local Gov't and the Chinese Gov't still keeps a lot of information secret and they only release whatever information they want. They are not a transparent market economy. The only thing I could find estimated the ratio to be @ 96% for 2011, while the US ratio is estimated at 94%. US National debt to GDP ratio for 2010 was 65% way lower than that of the EU.

Pra me pak fjale nuk duhet pa borxhi thjesht ne menyre nominale por duhet pa si perqindje e GDP e se si asht tuj u perdor ky borxh.

Plus qe borxhi nuk asht perdor kurre si treguesi kryesor me vleresu fuqine ekonomike te nje vendi.

Tesh po pres pergjigjen tande me me tregu se kush asht vendi ma i fuqishem ne Bote e ne cfar parametrash.

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Gurabi ka shkruar:

hhmmm shkodran ti ne nyc rrin po nuk e di sa je i informum ,per ekonomine e amerike ne 10 vitet e fundit ,plus qe paske humb shume emisione qe tregojen eksaktesisht sa miliarda ashte e futun ne borxh amerika me shume shtete te botes .... ekonomia papunsia tu shku perdite e ma poshte .... ...tu pa dollarin qe as me lekun nuk eshte barabar .................amerika ka ken ..po jo ma



Gurabi, informatat per ekonomine i kam bajagi te sakta. Edhe e di shume mire se sa asht borxhi kombetar amerikan. Por problemi asht se tan bota shef se sa asht papunesia ne Amerike e nuk shofin sa asht papunesia ne shtetet e tjera te botes. Kot per kuriozitet po ti coj kto website e krahasoje pak papunesine e amerikes nga viti ne vit e shife qe nuk asht ashtu si thu ti: qe papunesia asht ne rritje por asht komplet e kunderta.
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Teshi ti thu qe kqyre dollarin qe as barabar me lekun nuk asht. Pse sipas tejet parja e dobet asht keq per ekonomine? Atehere pse Kina e mban yuan aq te lire ne krahasim me dollarin? Qeveria Kineze keka gabim e po e shkatrron ekonomine kineze tuj e mbajt paren e tyre te dobet?

Nuk po du me hi mu zgjat me currency exchange e me levizjet makro ekonomike se rrijm iktu tan diten. Por nuk shifet renia e vleres se dollarit si nje faktor komplet negativ.

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Fillut iher me fol per vendin ma te mire me jetu, mos rrini tu krahasu borxhet.

USA me Kanadane...sisters from another father b-(
Mas me bani me fillu me krahasu..

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Shkodran Edhe Kina asht ma e fuqishme se Usa Sot per sot, Jan 4 shtete Si Kina ,Brazili, Rusia, dhe India.qe po diskutohet ne te gjitha lajmet qe ka nje te ardhme te fort Ekonomike kur te jesh i fort Ekonomikisht Je edhe ushtarakisht. plus pa permend Evropen qe ka 10 vjet qe i ka hypur monedhes Amerikane e se le me marr fryme. Spa kam qef me u fut thell me ty se po e shof qe paske simpati te madhe per Ameriken ,gjdo gje qe e ka ba deri tesh se ka vjedh boten ,Tani per Tani padituria nuk ekziston ma ne asnje shtet te botes, edhe disa shtete te Afrikes e kuptune politiken e Amerikes dhe pernjat kan ba mardhanje me kinen, per me ndertu vendin e tyne dhe me i pagu kines me baker dhe metale tjera. se e pane qe Amerika e ka politiken me te futun sikurse tregojn edhe Faktet dhe shifet repekti qe ndollet sot per sot ndaj Amerikes. Tjeter ti mbase e mban Ameriken si nje shtet i forte Ushtarikisht un nuk jam i atij mendimit As me histori Amerika nuk mbahet per lufte perveqse me meksikan e Cowboy ne luft me Vjetnamen la lesht nuk fitoj kurgja ne Irak 10 vjet ju deshe me pru kontrollin ateher me afganistan, spa kam qef me fol ma gjat po edhe loja e amerikes po shifet sidomos kur thojn kemi teknologji te advancume ushtarake sa helikopterrat e aeroplanet u hedheshin ne toke Amerika thoshte mechanic faller hahahahh tashi llogorite vetem amerikaneve kur bejn luf ju ndollin probleme teknike hahah a ta merr menja ty qe Rusi me ju vu amerikes edhe esht mundshme qe e ban me ra ne gjuj ameriken. Ateher sa per technology tana qa i blen ne amerik jan made in Taiwan , or Japan ,korea,po qe per makina ke evropen, per elektronik ke japonezet, dhe ata qe permenda ma siper per cfar asht amerika po McDonald's Burger king healthy foot po se harrova edhe hotdog nejse u i ndjek lajmet shum mire amerika ka arrite ne ate shkall sa qe kina edhe rusia po marrin shum gjera persiper edhe sjan tui e pyt ameriken hiq edhe kur sekretarja e mbrojtjes tha nuk ben keshtu kina i tha pse jo nuk koha qe te rrim ma kok ulur kemi ekonomi dhe shum gjera kurse ju te mbytur ne borxh tak dhe ja mbylli amerikes... po mundohem po me ra neper mend me e gjet nje link qe esht shkruar nga nje Akademist dhe ekonomist Amerikan dhe kur ta lexosh ate ateher thu the hell ku paska ardh puna .

Qe mu desht me shtu ne fund se harrova ate tabelen qe ke vu ti ajo ska cfar ti ndimoj amerikes .
E mori vesh gjith bota kur amerika shtypi tan ata dollar pte thuash pa vler para 6 muajsh qe nuk konfikurojn kerkun shifrat me GDP qe ka amerika me numra dhe shifra e ka punen mere ne praktike kerkund Prej amerikes e hangri krejt bota me sistemi bankar qe ka te gjitha vendet e botes qe kishin pare aty iken per lesh the Famose amerikan .......
SWhife Californian qe nga me te pasurat esht fut ne gjith ate borxh Iket gja vetem prej teje pa e ndigjoj se me ken ne borxh asht gja e mire Filozofi e re pa me duket.

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Lissandro, ti po thu Kina asht ma e fuqishme ekonomikisht se Amerika po s'po me jep fakte. Po thu Amerika s'asht per asisand e prap hala asht superfuqi ekonomike. Se si nje vend arrin ne maje te fuqise pa pas asisand e as nje lloj prodhimi nuk ka shume kuptim! PO thu Europa i ka hyp dollarit amerikan ne shpind se keka euro-ja ma e forte se dollari. Po nuk e paske lexu me vemedje ate komentin tem persa i perket lojes qe ban kina me zhvleresimin e yuan-it.

Mik per tan njata qe ke than ti ato jan thjesht opinione personale e nuk po bjen as nje lloj fakti as nje lloj arsyetimi te llogjikshem.

Nuk po du mu s'gjat me ty se paske antipati te madhe per ameriken e cfaredo me te than un ty e cfaredo faktesh me te pru ti prap kundra se kundra do te cohesh. Vazhdo mik mbaj mendimet e tuja e te uroj suksese kudo qe te jesh.

Vetem nje keshille te vogel miqesore po du me ta dhan. Shpresoj qe ma merr per te mire e jo per te keq. Kur debatohet mik i dashtun duhen pru fakte e te dhana te sakta. Nuk debatohet me pasion si neper kafet shqiptare qe mundohen njerezit me e mujt njeni-tjetrin kush e con zanin ma shume. Plus qe do te kishte ndihmu i fije me shume me ken i perfshime ne fushen e financave e me i kuptu i fije ma mire se si funksionojne mekanizmat e finances.

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Tue May 31 2011, 04:56pm
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ShKoDrAn_NyC ka shkruar:

Lissandro, ti po thu Kina asht ma e fuqishme ekonomikisht se Amerika po s'po me jep fakte. Po thu Amerika s'asht per asisand e prap hala asht superfuqi ekonomike. Se si nje vend arrin ne maje te fuqise pa pas asisand e as nje lloj prodhimi nuk ka shume kuptim! PO thu Europa i ka hyp dollarit amerikan ne shpind se keka euro-ja ma e forte se dollari. Po nuk e paske lexu me vemedje ate komentin tem persa i perket lojes qe ban kina me zhvleresimin e yuan-it.

Mik per tan njata qe ke than ti ato jan thjesht opinione personale e nuk po bjen as nje lloj fakti as nje lloj arsyetimi te llogjikshem.

Nuk po du mu s'gjat me ty se paske antipati te madhe per ameriken e cfaredo me te than un ty e cfaredo faktesh me te pru ti prap kundra se kundra do te cohesh. Vazhdo mik mbaj mendimet e tuja e te uroj suksese kudo qe te jesh.

Vetem nje keshille te vogel miqesore po du me ta dhan. Shpresoj qe ma merr per te mire e jo per te keq. Kur debatohet mik i dashtun duhen pru fakte e te dhana te sakta. Nuk debatohet me pasion si neper kafet shqiptare qe mundohen njerezit me e mujt njeni-tjetrin kush e con zanin ma shume. Plus qe do te kishte ndihmu i fije me shume me ken i perfshime ne fushen e financave e me i kuptu i fije ma mire se si funksionojne mekanizmat e finances.

Me respekt

Shkodran_NYC



Hahahahah Me ke ba me qesh Shkodran_NyC me keto cfar ke shkru

( Mik per tan njata qe ke than ti ato jan thjesht opinione personale e nuk po bjen as nje lloj fakti as nje lloj arsyetimi te llogjikshem.)

Ja ma shkodran ti pa ngutesh qe po krijon opinjone...
dhe e dyta cfar kam shkru un jan te bazume mbi ket linkun qe e ke ketu poshte ! sikur te kam then me larte qe do ta vendos, shife dhe shpresoj qe te pakten te besosh dhe kuptosh qe nuk jan opinjonet e mija keto cfar kam shkruar ndaj realitet te Amerikes.

kurse e treta sa do shum qe mun te kuptosh ti me shum se un per nga fusha e financave ky poshte qe flet tek linku qe ta kam vu kupton me mire se ti meqe un nuk kam haberr per financa ke te drejt se po te kisha do isha i punsuar ne Wall-street.... per ty nuk edi aje i punsume aty apo jo .

Per korjizitet shife se e ke te thuash me se 30 minuta fjalim qe flet plus edhe lexoje . :-h

Kurse sa per kshill miqesore flm nuk ka gje e pranoj ehde pse ti je nxituar pak.........


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WARNING: What you are about to see is controversial, and may be offensive to some audiences. Viewer discretion is advised.

Hello. My name is Porter Stansberry.

A little over ten years ago I founded Stansberry & Associates Investment Research. It has become one of the largest and most recognized investment research companies in the world, serving hundreds of thousands of subscribers in more than 120 countries.

You may know of our firm because of the work we did over the last several years – helping investors avoid the big disasters associated with Wall Street's collapse.

We warned investors to avoid Fannie and Freddie, Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers and General Motors and dozens of other companies that have since collapsed. We even helped our subscribers find opportunities to profit from these moves by shorting stocks and buying put options. To my knowledge, no other research firm in the world can match our record of correctly predicting the catastrophe that occurred in 2008.

But that's not why I created this letter.

I reference our success and experience with Wall Street's latest crisis because we believe there is an even bigger crisis lurking – something that will shake the very foundation of America.

And that is why I've spent a significant amount of time and money in the past few months preparing this letter.

In short, I want to talk about a specific event that will take place in America's very near future... which could actually bring our country and our way of life to a grinding halt.

This looming crisis is related to the financial crisis of 2008... but it is infinitely more dangerous, as I'll explain in this letter.

As this problem comes to a head, I expect there to be riots in the streets... arrests on an unprecedented scale... and martial law, enforced by the U.S. military.

Believe me, I don't make this prediction lightly and I have no interest in trying to scare you.

I'm simply following my research to its logical conclusion.

I did the same when I tracked Fannie and Freddie's accounting. The same with General Motors. And Bear Stearns and the rest. And when I began giving this warning in 2006 no one took me very seriously... not at first. Back then, most mainstream commentators just ignored me.

And when I presented my case and exposed the facts at economic conferences, they got angry. They couldn't refute my research... but they weren't ready to accept the enormity of its conclusions either.

That's why, before I go any further, I have to warn you...

What I am going to say is controversial. It will offend many people... Democrats, Republicans, and Tea Partiers, alike. In fact, I've already received dozens of pieces of hate mail.

And... the ideas and solutions I'm going to present might seem somewhat radical to you at first... perhaps even "un-American."

My guess is that, as you read this letter... you'll say: "There's no way this could really happen... not here."

But just remember:

No one believed me three years ago when I said the world's largest mortgage bankers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would soon go bankrupt.

And no one believed me when I said GM would soon be bankrupt as well... or that the same would happen to General Growth Properties (the biggest owner of mall property in America).

But again, that's exactly what happened.

And that brings us to today...

The same financial problems I've been tracking from bank to bank, from company to company for the last five years have now found their way into the U.S. Treasury. I'll explain how this came to be. What it means is critically important to you and every American...

The next phase in this crisis will threaten our very way of life.

The savings of millions will be wiped out. This disaster will change your business and your work. It will dramatically affect your savings accounts, investments, and retirement.

It will change everything about your normal way of life: where you vacation... where you send you kids or grandkids to school... how and where you shop... the way you protect your family and home.

I'll explain how I know these events are about to happen. You can decide for yourself if I'm full of hot air. As for me, I'm more certain about this looming crisis than I've been about anything else in my life.

I know that debts don't just disappear. I know that bailouts have big consequences. And, unlike most of the pundits on TV, I know a lot about finance and accounting.

Of course, the most important part of this situation is not what is happening... but rather what you can do about it.

In other words: Will you be prepared when the proverbial $@*% hits the fan?

Don't worry, I'm not organizing a rally or demonstration. And I've turned down every request to run for political office.

Instead, I want to show you exactly what I'm doing personally, to protect and even grow my own money, and how you can prepare as well.

You see, I can tell you with near 100% certainty that most Americans will not know what to do when commodity prices – things like milk, bread and gasoline – soar. They won't know what to do when banks close... and their credit cards stop working. Or when they're not allowed to buy gold or foreign currencies. Or when food stamps fail...

In short, our way of life in America is about to change – I promise you. In this letter I'll show you exactly what is happening.

You can challenge every single one of my facts and you'll find that I'm right about each allegation I make.

And then you can decide for yourself.

Will you act now to protect yourself and your family from the catastrophe that's brewing right now in Washington?

I hope so. And that's why I wrote this letter.

I'm going to walk you through exactly what I am doing personally, and what you can do as well. I can't promise you'll emerge from this crisis completely unharmed – but I can just about guarantee you'll be a lot better off than people who don't follow these simple steps.

But I'm getting ahead of myself just a bit.

Let me back up and show you in the simplest terms possible what is going on, why I am so concerned, and what I believe will happen in the next 12 months...

The Greatest Danger
America Has Ever Faced?

In short, I believe that we as Americans are about to see a major, major collapse in our national monetary system, and our normal way of life.

Basically, for many years now, our government has been borrowing so much money (very often using short-term loans), that very soon, we will no longer be able to afford even the interest on these loans.

Again... I say these things as an expert in accounting and financial research.

You may not think things are THAT BAD in the U.S. economy, but consider this simple fact from the National Inflation Association:

Even if all U.S. citizens were taxed 100% of their income... it would still not be enough to balance the Federal budget! We'd still have to borrow money, just to maintain the status quo.

That's absolutely incredible, isn't it?

Yet I've never seen this fact reported anywhere else.

Normally I study these kinds of numbers when I'm looking at a business to invest in or to recommend to my readers. But lately I've spent most of my time looking into our national balance sheet, because as the banking system collapsed in 2008, all of the bad debts were absorbed by the world's governments.

For example, when Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac collapsed in the summer of 2008, the U.S. government responded by simply guaranteeing all of their outstanding debt.

Since then these companies have recorded hundreds of billions of losses – all of which were passed along to the government. Yes, you can still get mortgages today. And yes, Freddie and Fannie are still in business. But costs associated with these programs are piling up at the U.S. Treasury – and they are enormously expensive.

These losses and trillions in other private obligations are now the responsibility of the U.S. government.

The problem is, even before this crisis, our government was deeply in debt. With each additional commitment we sink further and further into debt... closing in upon the moment that we can simply no longer afford even the interest payments on our obligations.

According to even my most conservative calculations (using numbers provided by the Congressional Budget Office) a debt default by the U.S. government would be inevitable – were it not for one simple anomaly... the one thing that has saved the United States so far.

I'm talking about our country's unique ability to simply print more money.

You see, the U.S. government has one very important weapon to use in this crisis: It is the only debtor in the world who can legally print U.S. dollars. And the U.S. dollar is what's known as "the world's reserve currency."

The dollar forms the basis of the world's financial system. It is what banks around the world hold in reserve against their loans.

That's a secret that most politicians don't understand:

As things stand now, the U.S. government can't go broke in any ordinary sense of the word because it can simply print dollars to pay for its bad debts. (It's been doing so since March of 2009).

That might sound pretty good at first. Since we can always just print more money, what is there to worry about...?

Well, let me show you...

You see, as things stand today, America is the only country in the world that doesn't have to pay for its imports in a foreign currency.

Let's say you're a German and you want to buy oil from Saudi Arabia. You can't just pay for your oil in German marks (or the new euro currency), because the oil is priced in dollars.

So you have to buy dollars first, then buy your oil.

And that means the value of the German currency is of great importance to the German government. To maintain the value of its currency Germans must produce at least as much as they consume from around the world, otherwise the value of its currency will begin to fall, causing prices to rise and its standard of living to decline.

But in America...?

We can consume as much as we want without worrying about acquiring the money to pay for it, because our dollars are accepted everywhere around the word. In short, for decades now, we haven't had to produce anything or export anything to get all the dollars we needed to buy all the oil (and other goods) our country required.

All we had to do was borrow the money.

And boy did we. Take a look at this chart...


Even as late as the 1970s, America was the world's largest creditor. But by the mid-1980s we'd become a debtor to the world. And since the late 1990s we've been the world's LARGEST debtor.

Today, our government owes more money to more people than anyone else in the world.

And that was before the financial crisis!

In short, with all of these bad debts piling up, we've had to begin repaying our debts by printing trillions of new dollars. The impact of this is only just now beginning to be felt.

And once our creditors figure out what's happening, they're going to be very angry.

I believe they will either completely stop accepting dollars in repayment... or greatly discount the value of these new dollars. I'm sure you think that sounds crazy, but as I'll show you, it is already happening.

And that will make our consumption-led way of life impossible to afford.

Just think about the price of oil...

Access to cheap oil has been America's #1 gift of owning the world's reserve currency.

This has made gas cheaper in the U.S. than almost anywhere else in the developed world. I know you may think gas prices have skyrocketed in recent years... but look at how much less we pay than other developed nations...

United States: $2.72 a gallon on average

Oslo, Norway: $7.41........ (172% higher)

Berlin, Germany: $6.82.... ( 151% higher)

London: $6.60................(143% higher)

Rome, Italy: $6.40............(135% higher)

Paris, France: $6.04...........(122% higher)

Tokyo, Japan: $5.40..........(98% higher)

Toronto, Canada: $3.81......(40% higher)

And here's the thing...

If oil is no longer priced in dollars, the price of oil for Americans will skyrocket immediately. It will change our lives, overnight.

Airline travel will get much more expensive. The cost to ship goods by truck to grocery stores around the country will get much more expensive. Farming itself will get a lot more costly... so will commuting to work... taking a taxi... just about everything we do will suddenly get much more expensive.

And just remember: In order for prices to start skyrocketing, all that has to happen is that other countries start preferring payments in something besides U.S. dollars.

The U.S. dollar has been the world's currency for decades now... so most Americans don't have a clue about what the repercussions are of losing this status.

You might think this could never happen... but it happens all the time when countries get too far in debt or when they consume too much or produce too little.

In fact, the same thing happened to Great Britain in the 1970s.

Most people don't know this, but British Sterling was the reserve currency for most of the world for nearly 200 years... for most of the 18th and 19th centuries.

It continued to play this role until after World War II, when America was forced to prop up Britain's economy with foreign aid – remember the famous Marshall Plan, when we gave billions to help European countries rebuild?

Unfortunately though, Britain pursued a socialist national agenda. The government took over all of the major industries. Like Barack Obama, Britain's leaders wanted to "spread the wealth around." Pretty soon the country was flat broke.

The final straw for Britain came in 1967, when things got so bad the Labour Party (the socialists) decided to "devalue" the British currency by 14%, overnight. They believed this would make it easier for people to afford their debts.

In reality, what it did was make anyone holding British sterling 14% poorer, overnight, and it made everything in Britain, much, much more expensive in the coming years.

And for the country as a whole, it ushered in one of the worst decades in modern British history.

Most Americans don't know about Britain's "Winter of Discontent" in the late 1970s, when the government put a freeze on wages. There were continuous strikes in nearly every sector... grave diggers, trash collectors... even hospital workers. Things got so bad at one point that many hospitals were reduced to accepting emergency patients only.

In 1975, inflation in Britain skyrocketed 26.9%... in a single year!

The government also imposed what was known as the "Three Day Week" in 1974. In short, businesses were limited to using electricity for only three specified consecutive days' each week and they were prohibited from working longer hours on those days. Television companies were required to cease broadcasting at 10.30pm... to save electricity.

The extreme problems in the economy led to Britain being nicknamed, "the sick man of Europe."

Just how bad were things, exactly?

Well, listen to several Brits tell of their experiences. Their stories were collected recently by the BBC television channel...

John Blackburn, from Wetherby said:
"I was a control engineer at Huddersfield Power Station at the time and part of my duty was to switch off the supply to various substations around the town, according to an official rota. On many an evening shift I would have to switch off the power to my own home before going back for a candle-lit supper!"

Richard Evans, from London, recalls:
"My mother had to cross a picket line to get into the maternity hospital (they told her she couldn't come in....). My Grandmother had to bring in food for her to eat, and clean towels and bedding."

David Stoker, Guildford, said:
"I lived in the North East near Newcastle and I vividly remember my grandmother and I walking from one shop to another in search of candles to buy. All were sold out. Innovatively, butchers placed string down cartons of drippings which we bought... These worked although the smell and risk of fire made them less practical than candles."

Imagine... Britain was a global superpower for 150 years. But when they started intentionally devaluing their currency, things went straight down hill.

Maybe you don't think something similar can happen here... but I'm telling you... it's already underway!

In fact, the exchange value of the U.S. dollar has fallen about 8% so far this year. And its rate of decline is accelerating.

What happened to the British currency is now happening to the U.S. dollar.

Not only will the price of gas, oil, and other commodities skyrocket in America, almost EVERYTHING we consume will immediately get more expensive. All the clothing, furniture, and household goods we import from China.

All the food we get from Central and South America... all the electronics, televisions, computers, and cars we get from Asia and Europe.

In fact, it's happening, right now before our eyes: The price of gold is up 85% since the financial crisis. Oil prices have doubled. Soy beans are way up. Copper prices are up more than 170% since 2009. Cotton prices are up 80%... in just the past few months, since July of this year!

As Wesley Card, the head of a clothing company that includes brands like Dockers and Anne Klein, recently said: "It's really a no-choice situation. Prices have to come up."

The chart below shows how much a few key commodities have skyrocketed in price, just since the beginning of 2009...


Of course, skyrocketing commodity prices are just the beginning.

There are other disastrous consequences to the U.S. dollar losing status as the world's currency...

For example, there would be much less demand for U.S. dollars around the globe, so interest rates will skyrocket. Instead of getting a mortgage at today's incredibly low rates of 4.5%, it might cost you 8% or even 10% or 15%.

Imagine what that would do to housing prices!

Stock prices will likely plummet by at least 40% in a matter of weeks as a result of this event in the currency markets.

It will cost every American business A LOT more money for supplies and materials. No one will be able to get a loan... and no bank will want to make loans.

In short, when the U.S. dollar loses its spot as the world's 'reserve currency,' it will cause a brutal downturn in the economy, which I expect will be about 10-times worse than the mortgage crisis of 2008.

You see, what will also happen as a result of this currency crisis, and the end of the U.S. dollar as the world's reserve currency, will be massive inflation, the likes of which we have never seen before.

When everyone is trying to get rid of their dollars, the government is printing more and more to pay debts, and no one wants to own them, the crisis will reach epic proportions.

Just look for example, at what happened to one European country that faced this type of crisis in the 1990s...

This is what happens during a major hyperinflation in the real world.

By the early 1990s, the national government of one European nation had spent nearly all its savings. So what did they do next? Simple... they began to steal the savings of private citizens by limiting people's access to their money in government-controlled banks.

And of course, to finance the daily operations of maintaining their basic infrastructure, they started printing money, big time. Even so, the country's basic infrastructure began to fall apart. There were potholes in the street, broken water pipes... elevators that never got repaired... and entire construction projects that simply shut down, before being completed.

At this point, the unemployment rate was more than 30%.

Not too bad, right?

But it got worse... much worse.

You see, once you start down the dangerous road of printing money, things can get extremely bad, very quickly.

As San Jose State University Economics Professor Dr. Thayer Watkins, an expert on countries that try to inflate their way out of big debts, wrote on this particular disaster:

"The government tried to counter the inflation by imposing price controls. But when inflation continued, the government price controls made the price producers were getting so ridiculously low that they simply stopped producing. bakers stopped making bread... slaughterhouses refused to sell meat to the stores... other stores closed down"

So what did the government do next to try to curb inflation?

Well, one bright idea they had was to force stores to fill out government documents every time they increased prices. They thought that this would slow down price increases, because the paperwork would take so much time!

But like many government plans, this one had terrible, unintended consequences.

Since stores had to dedicate an employee to do nothing but register this paperwork, and since the process took so long, stores began to raise prices on basic goods at even higher rates, so that they didn't have to come back and file more paperwork!

Incredible, isn't it?

Then, of course the government did what all governments do during periods of hyperinflation: They created a new currency... which basically removed six zeroes from the old one. So 100,000,000 old units were soon worth 100 new units. Of course, this didn't work either... it never does.

Between October of 1993 and January 1995, prices increase by, get this: 5 quadrillion percent. That's...

5,000,000,000,000,000%

In other words, a loaf of bread that cost $1 in 1993, suddenly cost

$50,000,000,000,001

Yes, that's $50 TRILLION.

I know, it's laughable... but I can guarantee that the people of this once proud European country weren't laughing one bit, especially those living on a fixed income.

Of course, at this point, the country completely fell apart. As Dr. Thayer Watkins wrote:

"The social structure began to collapse. Thieves robbed hospitals and clinics of scarce pharmaceuticals and then sold them in front of the same places they robbed. The railway workers went on strike and closed down the country's rail system."

At this point, businesses and citizens across the country basically refused to take the local currency.

Instead, everyone started dealing in German Marks. Keep in mind, the daily rate of inflation was nearly 100%.

Can you imagine the panic in a society when the price of just about everything doubles... every single day? It was absolute pandemonium, and the economy basically came to a grinding halt. It was like living in a war zone. Truckers stopped delivering goods. Stores, restaurants, and gas stations all shut down.

In fact, the only way to get gas was to buy it on the side of the road, from someone selling it out of a plastic can.

Steve Hanke, an Economics professor at Johns Hopkins, wrote that:

"People couldn't afford to buy food in the free market – they kept from starving by either waiting in long lines at state stores for irregularly supplied rations of low-quality staples, or by relying on relatives who lived in the countryside.

For long periods, all [the] gas stations were closed, with the exception of one station that catered to foreigners and embassy personnel. People also spent an inordinate amount of time at the foreign-exchange black markets, where they traded huge piles of near-worthless money for a single German mark or US dollar note."

The number of operating busses dropped by 60%... and busses were so crowded that drivers couldn't even collect fares. Government ordered blackouts left people without heat and electricity for long periods of time.

In another ridiculous government move, they actually made it illegal to NOT accept a personal check.

Imagine... you could write a check... and in the several days that it typically takes for a check to clear, inflation would wipe out almost all of the cost of covering your check.

Of course, as is typical, the government took none of the blame. As Dr. Thayer Watkins reported, the government's official position was that the hyperinflation occurred "because of the unjustly implemented sanctions against the people and state."

Again... I know what you are thinking... "just because it happened in Europe doesn't it mean it can happen here, right"?

Well guess what...

The same thing that happened in this European country – Yugoslavia – also just happened in Iceland and Greece, but on a less dramatic scale. Of course, the only reason the situations in Greece and Iceland weren't worse is because of giant foreign bailouts. Yes... that's right... more debt to solve the problem of already existing, insurmountable debts.

It's all going to come to a head soon. Much sooner than most people think.

Remember too that in roughly the past 100 years this type of debt crisis has reared its ugly head in Germany, Russia, Austria, Poland, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Poland, the Ukraine, Japan, and China.

And I believe it will soon happen right here in the United States.

Don't believe me?

Well, the truth is that it's already happening at the local and state levels. Take a look...

According to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a Washington, D.C.-based think-tank, at least 46 states face huge budget shortfalls for 2011, on top of the deficits they still haven't completely figured out for 2010.

The center reports that the total state budget shortfall could reach $160 billion.

And although many states got federal help over the past year, that aid is now gone.

So what are these desperate governments trying to do?

You probably won't believe their proposals...

* SELL EVERYTHING: The state of Arizona, for example, announced earlier this year that it is selling $735 million worth of government-owned buildings, but will still occupy them by paying a 20-year lease. The government is selling the legislative buildings, the House and Senate, the State Capitol Executive Tower, the state fairgrounds, even prisons.

* RELEASE PRISONERS: In California, the state has taken the radical step of opening its prison doors and releasing thousands of inmates. About 11% of the state budget ($8 billion) goes to the penal system (more than they spend on higher education).

So California is slashing the number of inmates by 6,500 next year. In other words, they are cutting loose about 4% of the prison population.

Incredibly, other states, including New York, may soon do the same thing.

* LIFE INSURANCE: In Georgia, the government is proposing taking out "dead peasant" policies on state employees. When these folks die, the money won't go to the dead person's family... but to the state coffers, to help pay for more programs, insurance, and pension liabilities!

It's simply incredible, isn't it?

State and municipal governments are so broke, and so desperate, that they are taking unprecedented steps to at least temporarily avoid bankruptcy. Nearly every state in the union is talking about legalizing some form of gambling, to boost tax revenue. California still wants to legalize marijuana, even though it was defeated in the recent election.

Of course, none of these ridiculous steps will work on the long run.

And the truly amazing thing is that the U.S. Federal government is in even worse shape than the local governments! The only reason we haven't seen the full brunt of this crisis yet on the federal level is because we've just continued to pile on more and more debt.

The states can't print money... but the Federal government can (at least for now). And for the moment, this is all that is preventing a currency collapse of unprecedented proportions.

And this is the important point: What most people don't realize is that the U.S. government can only continue printing dollars... as long as the U.S. dollar remains the world's reserve currency.

In other words, this is all going to fall apart much sooner than people think. In fact, it's already happening...

The first steps are already well underway. It is happening right now... before our very eyes.

I can't stress this enough: You need to act now in order to protect your assets, and grow your savings in the next few years. In the next few minutes, I'm going to show you exactly how I'm protecting my own money, and what I recommend doing with your own.

But first, let me show you what exactly is going on right now...

"America... must be very worried"

Like I said, most Americans don't believe the U.S. dollar could ever lose its spot as the world's reserve currency.

But I am here to tell you... this process is already well underway.

For example, although it went almost completely unreported in the U.S. press, last fall, a group of the world's most powerful countries, including China, Japan, Russia, and France, got together for a secret meeting – WITHOUT the United States being present or even knowing about the meeting.

Veteran Middle East report Robert Fisk reported on this even in the Britain's Independent newspaper:

"In the most profound financial change in recent Middle East history, Gulf Arabs are planning – along with China, Russia, Japan and France – to end dollar dealings for oil, moving instead to a basket of currencies including the Japanese Yen, Chinese yuan, the euro, gold and a new, unified currency planned for nations in the Gulf Co-operation Council, including Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait and Qatar."

Fisk also interviewed a Chinese banker who said:

"These plans will change the face of international financial transactions. America and Britain must be very worried. You will know how worried by the thunder of denials this news will generate."

And sure enough, after Fisk published the details of this secret meeting, U.S. officials and central bankers from around the globe denied these plans.

But as the old central banking adage goes... how do you know exactly when a currency will be devalued?

The answer: Right AFTER the head of the central bank goes on television to adamantly deny that any such transaction will occur. (And guess who just went public in recent weeks with a statement about how the U.S. will "not devalue its currency"? Yes, you guessed it... U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner.)

You see, the last thing a central banker wants to do in the midst of a devaluation is to give people a warning BEFORE he can devalue. So they have to deny, deny, deny. After the announcement is made, it's too late for citizens and investors to get out.

Like I said, what's incredible is that this story of a secret meeting among most of the major powers besides the U.S. was greatly under reported in the American press.

But you know what... the way I see it, it's much more telling to look at actions rather than government press releases.

For example, here is what is happening, right now in the real world.

When you read these facts, I think you'll agree with me that the U.S. dollar's days are numbered, as far as remaining the world's reserve currency.

China is getting out

Cheng Siwei, a former vice-chairman of the Standing Committee, said that China is going to stop putting so much money into U.S. dollars, and will instead look to the Japanese Yen and the Euro.

China holds more U.S. dollars than anyone else on the planet. But China is getting out of the U.S. dollar as fast as they can without crashing their own economy.

Look at this chart...


It shows that China's holdings of U.S. dollars peaked in 2009, but China is unloading as many dollars as they can, as quickly as possible.

And this is just one sign of the end of the U.S. dollar standard.

There are many more...

The dollar is no longer good here

As I am sure you are aware, for years the U.S. dollar has been accepted almost universally around the globe.

Heck, many times when I've traveled, I never even bothered to convert to the local currency, because I knew everyone would take my dollars.

Well, that's simply not the case anymore...

HSBC, one of the largest banks in Mexico, no longer allows you to deposit U.S. dollars into their banks. They've done this on the heels of money-laundering allegations, but we suspect they also simply don't want to be stuck with tons of U.S. dollars, as the currency continues to decline.

This move would have been unfathomable 10 years ago... that a big bank in Mexico would no longer accept U.S. dollars for deposit. But today it is the harsh reality.

And Mexico is not the only place this is occurring...

Reuters reports that the same thing has happened in 2008 in one of Europe's most popular tourist spots...

Currency exchange outlets in Amsterdam have been reportedly turning away customers who want to exchange their U.S. dollars for Euros.

As one traveling American told the Reuters news agency: "Our dollar is worth maybe zero over here," said Mary Kelly, an American tourist from Indianapolis, Indiana, in front of the Anne Frank house. "It's hard to find a place to exchange. We have to go downtown, to the central station or post office."

In India, the country's tourism minister said in 2008 that U.S. dollars will no longer be accepted at the country's heritage tourist sites, like the Taj Mahal. And the U.S. dollar is no longer good anywhere in Cuba.

The New York Times reports that: "now, many shops in China no longer accept dollar-based credit cards issued by foreign banks... and foreigners cannot convert American dollars into renminbi beyond a given quota."

Iran, of course, has already moved all of its reserves out of U.S. dollars, and Kuwait de-pegged it's currency from the dollar a few years ago:

Bloomberg News recently reported that China and Russia plan to start trading in each other's currencies to diminish the dollar's role in global trade. "Given the risk to the dollar and U.S. assets from their fiscal position, they want to reduce their dependence on the dollar as an invoicing currency," said Bhanu Baweja, of UBS bank.

It's even happening here in the USA

Most Americans don't know that some states in the Mid-West are already using "alternative currencies"...

An NBC News affiliate in Michigan reports that

"new types of money are popping up across Mid-Michigan and supporters say, it's not counterfeit, but rather a competing currency. Right now, for example, you can buy a meal or visit a chiropractor without using actual U.S. legal tender."

What most Americans don't realize is that this is all totally legal.

The U.S. Treasury Dept web site says that, according to Coinage Act of 1965: "There is... no Federal statute mandating that a private business, a person or an organization must accept currency or coins as for payment for goods and/or services."

I saw one report that says there are now 150 of these alternative local U.S. currencies being accepted around the country!

USA Today reports that the largest of these local currencies is a currency called "Berkshares," which are being used in the Berkshires region of western Massachusetts.

According to the paper:

"Since its start in 2006, the system, the largest of its kind in the country, has circulated $2.3 million worth of BerkShares."

And even in places that do not yet have local currencies, store owners may now actually prefer foreign currencies rather than U.S. dollars...

In Washington, DC, just 25 miles from my office, some stores have begun accepting euros. Of course, the euro isn't much more stable than the dollar right now. But my point is that most people don't understand there is NO FEDERAL REQUIREMENT in the United States for a private store to accept dollars for non-debt transactions.

You see, no matter what the government decides, stores and businesses will accept whatever they believe is a strong currency.

As Texas Representative Ron Paul wrote recently:

"If you walk into a 7-11 to buy a soda, the clerk doesn't have to accept your dollars, he could demand euros, silver, or copper. But because legal tender laws backing the dollar have caused the dollar to drive other currencies out of circulation, [right] it is easier for stores to accept dollars."

Well, all that is quickly changing...

Many places in Texas now accept Mexican pesos for payment. "Euros Accepted" signs are popping up in of all places: Manhattan. And not only Manhattan, but in New York's favorite summer playground... the Hamptons.

There, an art gallery assistant was quoted by The Real Deal: "I wouldn't want to discourage a sale in any way because of a currency issue."

And it's not just small stores that are accepting other methods of payment besides U.S. dollars.

The Chicago mercantile exchange the world's largest futures and commodities exchange board), now accepts gold to settle futures contracts. Until recently, the exchange typically accepted only U.S. treasuries and bonds as payment.

These guys obviously see the writing on the wall.

This would have all been completely unthinkable 10 years ago, but today it's a reality. And this trend is going to keep moving incredibly fast.

That is why...

The smartest investors are taking action...

Bill Gross, who probably knows as much about currencies and debt as anyone in the world, runs the world's biggest bond fund. He was quoted by Bloomberg:

"We've told all of our clients that if you only had one idea, one investment, it would be to buy an investment in a non-dollar currency. That should be on top of the list."

Jim Rogers, one of the world's most successful multi-millionaire investors writes:

"The dollar is not just in decline; it's a mess. If something isn't done soon, I believe the dollar could lose its status as the world's reserve currency and medium of exchange, something that would lead to a huge decline in the standard of living for U.S. citizens like nothing we've seen in nearly a century."

I know... you probably still don't believe it can happen here in the United States. But think about it...

Are we as Americans really immune to the laws of economics and finance?

I don't think so.

And every circumstance I know of, in which a government has tried to inflate its debts away, has ended in disaster. It will happen here too.

As Jim Rogers says:

"History teaches us that such imprudent monetary and fiscal behavior has always led to economic disaster."

This is why World Bank president, Robert B. Zoellick, in a speech at the School for Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, recently said: "The United States would be mistaken to take for granted the dollar's place as the world's predominant reserve currency. Looking forward, there will increasingly be other options to the dollar."

And this is why the International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently published a paper calling for a new global world currency.

A paper entitled "Reserve Accumulation and International Monetary Stability," written by the Strategy, Policy and Review Department of the IMF, recommends that the world adopt a global currency called the "Bancor" with a global central bank to administer the currency.

The report is dated April 13, 2010... and no, unfortunately this is not just a bad rumor.

This is a deadly serious proposal in an official document from one of most powerful institutions in the world.

Do you see where this is all heading?

As Brazilian economist and strategist Ricardo C. Amaral wrote recently:

"The US dollar served its purpose since the end of WW II and became the major foreign exchange reserve currency... [but] the days of the US dollar playing that special role... has reached the end of the line, since today that system is very sick and it is dying a slow death...

Mr. Amaral added that we will soon see: "the major collapse of the US dollar creating the biggest international monetary crisis the world has ever seen..."

This is why gold and silver prices are soaring:


It's not a matter of "if" the U.S. dollar will lose its status as the world's reserve currency... it's simply a matter of "when."

Investors know there are serious, serious problems with the U.S. dollar, so they are fleeing to precious metals, which have historically been very reliable when a country has major currency problems.

In short: It's not hard to see why people are no longer accepting U.S. dollars... and why many foreign countries are pushing for a new world reserve currency.

The good news is, no matter what happens, I've found several ways for you to protect your savings – and you could even make 3- to 5-times your money over the next few years.

I'll show you exactly what to do in a moment. But first let me explain why the collapse of the dollar as the world's reserve currency could happen much sooner than most people expect...

The REAL State
of the U.S. Economy

I know many of my friends, colleagues, and family members are still in serious denial.

In the world of psychology, they call this the "normalcy bias."

You see, the normalcy bias actually refers to our natural reactions when facing a crisis.

The normalcy bias causes smart people to underestimate the possibility of a disaster and its effects. In short: People believe that since something has never happened before... it never will. We are all guilty of it... it's just human nature.

The normalcy bias also makes people unable to deal with a disaster, once it has occurred. Basically... people have a really hard time preparing for and dealing with something they have never experienced.

The normalcy bias often results in unnecessary deaths in disaster situations. For example, think about the Jewish populations of World War II...

As Barton Biggs reports in his book, Wealth, War, and Wisdom:

"By the end of 1935, 100,000 Jews had left Germany, but 450,000 still [remained]. Wealthy Jewish families... kept thinking and hoping that the worst was over...

Many of the German Jews, brilliant, cultured, and cosmopolitan as they were, were too complacent. They had been in Germany so long and were so well established, they simply couldn't believe there was going to be a crisis that would endanger them. They were too comfortable. They believed the Nazi's anti-Semitism was an episodic event and that Hitler's bark was worse than his bite. [They] reacted sluggishly to the rise of Hitler for completely understandable but tragically erroneous reasons. Events moved much faster than they could imagine."

This is one of the most tragic examples of the devastating effects of the "normalcy bias" the world has ever seen.

Just think about what was going on at the time. Jews were arrested, beaten, taxed, robbed, and jailed for no reason other than the fact that they practiced a particular religion. As a result, they were shipped off to concentration camps. Their houses and businesses were seized.

Yet most Jews STILL didn't leave Nazi Germany, because they simply couldn't believe that things would get as bad as they did. That's the normalcy bias... with devastating results.

We saw the same thing happen during Hurricane Katrina...

Even as it became clear that the levee system was not going to work, tens of thousands of people stayed in their homes, directly in the line of the oncoming waves of water.

People had never seen things get this bad before... so they simply didn't believe it could happen. As a result, nearly 2,000 residents died.

Again... it's the "normalcy bias."

We simply refuse to see the evidence that's right in front of our face, because it is unlike anything we have experienced before.

The normalcy bias kicks in... and we continue to go about our lives as if nothing is unusual or out of the ordinary.

Well, we're seeing the same thing happen in the United States right now.

We have been the world's most powerful country for nearly 100 years. The U.S. dollar has reigned supreme as the world's reserve currency for more than 50 years.

Most of us in America simply cannot fathom these things changing. But I promise you this: Things are changing... and faster than most people realize.

For a moment, just look at a tiny fraction of the evidence around us....

** 13% OF POPULATION ON FOODSTAMPS

Did you know that there are now nearly 42 million Americans on food stamps? That's nearly 13% of the entire population. Those numbers are up 17.5% from last year... and the number of Americans on food stamps has gone up every month for 19 months.

Can a country really be in good shape when 13% of the population can't even afford to buy food?

Or how about this...

** SHANTY TOWNS COMING TO YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

Although it's gone almost completely unreported in the mainstream press, in a dozen or so cities across the nation (like Fresno, Sacramento, and Nashville), there are hundreds of people living in modern-day, Depression-era shanty towns.

The Fresno shanty town has received the most publicity, after a visit by Oprah Winfrey. There, about 2,000 residents are homeless. They even have a security desk at the shelter, because the encampment has gotten so large. City officials say they have three major encampments near downtown, and smaller settlements along two local highways.

Also...

** 43% OF AMERICAN FAMILIES ARE ESSENTIALLY BROKE

According to a recent article on MSN Money, about 43% of the American families spend more than they earn each year.

Look at this chart... it's unbelievable..


The average household carries $8,000 in credit card debt... and personal bankruptcies have doubled in the past decade.

How in the world can we possibly spend our way out of the current crisis?

We certainly can't do it with savings... the only answer is to print more money, which will hasten the fall of the U.S. dollar as the world's reserve currency.

** THE MYSTERY OF DISAPPEARING JOBS

There's simply no one better at bending statistics than the U.S. government. Take the unemployment rate, for example. Back in the 1930s, anyone without a job but not retired was considered "unemployed."

Today, however, the government calculates unemployment mainly by counting the number of people receiving unemployment benefits. So when people's benefits expire, they are no longer counted... and the unemployment rate actually falls! Ridiculous... I know.

But the reality is, the true unemployment rate is much, much higher than what the government is reporting.


If you don't believe me, look at two recent job postings I read about last week..

In Long Island City, an estimated 2,000 people waited in line at the local employment office – some for as long as four days! – to apply for 100 elevator mechanic apprenticeship positions.

And in Massillon, Ohio, 700 people recently applied for a single janitorial job... paying $16 an hour, plus benefits!

The point is, our country is not growing jobs, because the government makes it harder and harder for businesses. With current regulations in place, our country will never experience the type of growth necessary to dig our government out of the hole they've put themselves in.

I'm sure you think I'm exaggerating, but just look at what the CEO of one of America's most important companies said just a few weeks ago..

Intel CEO Paul Otellini said in a recent speech: "I can tell you definitively that it costs $1 billion more per factory for me to build, equip, and operate a semiconductor manufacturing facility in the United States"

He said that 90% of the additional costs are not from higher labor rates... but from higher taxes and regulatory charges, which other nations simply don't impose.

Cypress Semiconductor CEO T.J. Rodgers agreed that the problem is not higher U.S. wages, but anti-business laws. He was quoted in an interview with CNET News: "The killer factor in California for a manufacturer to create, say, a thousand blue-collar jobs is a hostile government that doesn't want you there and demonstrates it in thousands of ways."

Few Americans today realize that we have the second highest corporate tax rate in the world. And since Japan's new prime minister just announced that he plans to reduce the country's corporate tax rate by 15%... the U.S. will soon have THE highest corporate tax rate in the world.

Why would anyone want to start a business here, when they can do it for less money...and keep more of the money they make... by locating elsewhere?

It's just another good reason to avoid the U.S. dollar...

So is this:

** DEBT-RIDDEN U.S. COMPANIES

Did you know that in 1979, there were 61 American companies that earned a top-level AAA credit rating from Moody's?

Today, there are only four: Automatic Data Processing, Exxon, Johnson & Johnson, and Microsoft

Does this sound like an economic recovery to you... when only four companies in the entire country are stable enough to earn a triple-A credit rating?

Me neither. But it's nothing compared to what's going on in the housing sector...

** A CRAZY LAS VEGAS ECONOMICS STORY

You want to know how crazy things are in the U.S. right now...

Consider the bizarre state of the Las Vegas housing market, where The New York Times reports that building is booming again in a city where nearly 10,000 new houses are empty, thousands are in foreclosure, thousands of regular people have simply stopped paying their mortgages and average prices are down more than 60% since 2006.

What could possibly be driving this building mania?

Well, it turns are that buyers don't want homes that were built during the boom, because they sit in neighborhoods that look like ghost towns, and because many of these never-occupied houses are filled with cockroaches and other critters.

So local builders are doing the worst possible thing they could be doing in Las Vegas right now... building more homes! Similar scenarios are taking shape in Phoenix and other U.S. cities.

Of course, this might look good for economic numbers, but all it does is make the situation much, much worse in the long run.

Want to see another crazy trick some businesses are using to artificially boost their earnings numbers?

This is just incredible to me...

** OUR HOPE FOR THE FUTURE: NEW JERSEY'S HOMELESS

If you've been reading my work at all over the past few years, you know that I am extremely bearish on the "for profit" education sector, such as University of Phoenix.

What could possibly be wrong with these institutions that offer inexpensive education to tens of thousands of students across the country?

Well, to me it's just another symptom of how distorted and crazy our economy and country has become. Here's what I mean...

One of the crazy practices institutions employ is to actually enroll homeless people into their programs.

You probably think I'm making this up... but even Business Week recently ran a report on this practice.

Why would they do this?

Well, because these folks qualify for federal grants and loans used to pay for college tuition fees. According to reports I read, the University of Phoenix, for instance, relies on federal funds for more than 85% of its revenues.

At another for-profit school, Drake College of Business, almost 5% of the student body at its Newark, N.J., campus is homeless, Business Week recently reported.

Of course, the majority of these students will never be able to repay their loans. But the colleges certainly don't care... that's the government's problem... not theirs.

Once again, it's the taxpayers like you and me who will be left holding the bag.

And here's another good reason why investors are afraid of holding dollars right now...

** IN THE STOCK MARKET, IT'S 1937 ALL OVER AGAIN

One of the most worrisome problems in the stock market right now is that we are basically repeating the exact same situation that occurred from 1937 to 1942.

Most Americans think we've had this amazing stock market recovery since the financial crisis of 2008... and we have to a certain extent.

But we are by no means out of the woods.

In fact, during America's last real economic collapse, in the 1930s and 1940s, we saw a similar drop and recovery... before the markets crashed all over again.

In fact, the situation is eerily similar.

Look at this chart... it's one of the scariest I've seen in a long time. It shows an overlay of what happened in the stock market in 1937 compared to 2008.


In both situations, we saw big crashes, of about the exact same magnitude... then a big recovery, again of about the same size.

But what will happen next?

Well, if history is any guide, we could well have another big leg down in the stock market. That's exactly what happened 70 years ago.

And with all of the problems left unresolved in our economy today, it could certainly happen again, especially if the U.S. dollar loses its reserve status.

As The Wall Street Journal reported:

"Over the last year the stock market has followed a path eerily similar to 1937. First, a strong, rapid run to a recovery high – same pace, same magnitude. Then a correction – again, the same. Will we continue on the path that led the correction of 1937 into a collapse in 1938?

The point is, the cards are seriously stacked against us.

This looming currency crisis is inevitable.

Almost every state in the country is on the verge of bankruptcy. We have borrowed an impossible amount of money, which we'll never be able to pay back.

Our economy is an absolute mess. Taxes are sky high already... and will certainly go much higher over the next few years. And nearly all of the world's major financial players are preparing for an alternative to the U.S. dollar as the world's reserve currency.

To me, it is so obvious that we are about to experience a serious currency crisis, that I can't believe people can deny this reality with a straight face.

Again, if you don't believe a currency crisis is coming, just take another look at the price of gold and silver compared to the U.S. dollar over the past decade.


It's obvious that smart investors want to hold gold and silver, not U.S. dollars.

Anyone with any sense or basic understanding of economics can tell that the U.S. dollar is doomed. And it's going to have major repercussions, which the average American has not yet even considered.

So, what can you do?

Well, I've done a lot of research on this, and have found that there are a surprising number of simple things you can do to not only protect what you've currently got, but to also potentially make quite a bit of money as this currency crisis unfolds.

Here's what I recommend...

What You Can Do to Protect
Yourself and Actually Make Money

So what should you do... to protect and possibly even grow your wealth in the next few years?

Well, there's a series of pretty simple financial moves I believe you should begin making, immediately.

And here's something I want you to keep in mind: I'm really only going to talk about your finances here.

As far as protecting your family... well... it depends on your circumstances. If you live in an urban area, I recommend making sure you've got somewhere you can go in case there are riots or food and water shortages. I think there's a very good chance we'll see that in the next two years.

Wherever you're going to wait out the chaos, I recommend you have basic food, water, and medical supplies to last you for at least six months.

Remember, you won't be able to count on the government during this crisis. Think about it... if the government couldn't even save the city of New Orleans during hurricane Katrina, how in the world will it save an entire country when all hell breaks lose?

And as I said earlier, the truth is, the government won't even try to save individual American citizens... the government will be much more concerned with saving itself.

As far as taking care of your money – to make sure you don't lose money and even use this situation to come out quite a bit ahead – well, that's where I can help you.

All of the moves I recommend are simple and fairly straightforward to implement – at least right now. If you wait to do these things, however, they will almost certainly get very expensive, difficult, and even impossible to do.

If you do these things now, not only will you be better prepared to weather the coming storm, I believe you could also make quite a bit of money over the next few years.

And if I'm wrong... well... that's the best part... I think you'll still make very good gains.

Even if all we get out of this crisis is a mild inflation, you will still be set up to do very, very well.

So here are the specific steps you should take...

STEP #1. GET SOME OF YOUR MONEY BEYOND THE REACH OF THE U.S. GOVERNMENT (it's perfectly legal, and a lot easier than you think)

I know you probably don't believe me when I tell you that the U.S. government is going to implement policies to save itself, which are unimaginable right now.

But remember, desperate governments will do very desperate things. That's why they outlawed the ownership of gold 80 years ago.

That's why they are already talking about "nationalizing" automatic 401(k) and retirement plans... and it's why it might soon be against the law to open a foreign bank account, or to move your money overseas without paying outrageous taxes.

The good news is, I met recently with a man who is considered one of the top "asset protection" attorneys in America.

In short, I learned that there are four simple investments you can make right now, which you DO NOT have to report to the U.S. government.

Don't get me wrong...

When and if you ever sell these things, years down the road, you are still required to pay taxes on your gains. But the great thing is, while you are holding these investments, so long as you play by the rules, neither you nor anyone else is required to report them to the government.

And this benefit should be obvious...

The less the government knows about where you have your money, the better. They simply will have a very hard time taking what they don't know you have.

I am personally putting a fairly significant portion of my portfolio into one of these assets. And I plan to hold it for a long time. No matter what happens, I know I'll have a significant amount of money that is beyond the government's grasp.

I'm not going to tell you exactly what I'm doing here in this letter, but I will explain everything in full detail in my new report, called: The 4 Investment Assets You Do NOT Have to Report to the U.S. Government. And I will gladly give you access to a copy, free of charge.

In addition to explaining how I'm protecting my own money, I'll show you three other places you can put your money, which you legally do not have to report to the U.S. government.

Of course, normally it would cost you thousands of dollars to meet with my asset protection attorney, and to take advantage of his best strategies. But I'll reveal everything you need to know to get started in this report.

Plus, I'd like to send you the information on...

STEP #2: HOW TO ACQUIRE THE WORLD'S SAFEST ASSETS, WHICH ARE LIKELY TO PERFORM BEST DURING THIS PERIOD.

What I'm talking about here is buying as much gold and silver as you can reasonably afford. I know... gold has had a huge run, jumping more than 300% in the past decade.

But believe me, when the U.S. dollar loses its status as the world's reserve currency, this early run is going to be a mere afterthought.

I will be surprised if gold does not reach $5,000 or $6,000 an ounce in the next few years.

The smartest money managers in the world, people like George Soros, David Einhorn, and John Paulson, have all recently taken huge positions in gold. And I think you are crazy to not do the same.

How should you do it?

There are many options. And my research firm has recently published a great book, called The Gold Investors Bible, which details in full all of the best ways to own and hold gold bullion.

In this volume, we reveal dozens of secrets about the gold industry... specifically the best ways to buy, sell, and store your gold. It explains whey some gold coins are better than others. How to buy gold with ZERO dealer markup. How to easily and safely store some of your gold overseas, very cheaply... where to hide it... and so much more.

Not regularly available for sale, this book is valued at $24. I'd like to give you instant access to a copy, totally free of charge.

And what about silver?

Well, I believe silver will serve a unique role during this currency crisis.

Let me explain...

For most of recorded history, the price of gold has been around 16 times the price of silver. This ratio – the so-called "silver ratio" – has fluctuated from time to time based on silver discoveries and attempts by governments to regulate the silver-to-gold ratio. But... in a free market, where demand for silver as money exists, I'd expect the natural supply and demand balance to lead to a silver price around 1/16 times the price of gold.

Based on the historical ratio, with the price of gold around $1,400, the price of silver should be around $87. It's not, of course. Today, silver is trading around $27. Today then, gold is selling for more than 50-times the price of silver.

What explains the difference between hundreds of years of history and today? Why is silver still so cheap relative to gold?

When silver is "demonetized," as it is now (meaning it's not being used for money, but just for industrial purposes), supplies soar as people sell silver for gold and other currencies.

On the other hand, during periods of monetary crisis, demand for silver as money pushes the silver ratio heavily in silver's favor.

For example, the ratio returned to its historic range (16) during World War I. It happened again in the early 1970s, when Nixon abandoned the gold standard. It also happened most famously in 1979-1980, when it seemed as if America was really entering a serious money crisis

Most people don't know this, but silver is actually the best-performing asset of this century... not gold.

As my friend Chris Weber pointed out in his November 1st newsletter, Gold has risen from $256 to $1,365 since 2000. That is a rise of 433%. Silver has risen from $4.02 to $24.96. That is a rise of 521%.

And in the days that Chris has written this, silver has jumped another 7%!

In short, silver is the best hedge against a money crisis.

As the dollar fails, silver will once again be in demand as money.

And as this demand materializes, the free market price of silver will likely return to around 1/16 the price of gold. When gold hits $2,000 an ounce, and assuming the price of gold is 16 times the price of silver, silver should be worth about $125. My multimillionaire friend and currency

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