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Is A Trump Presidency The Sign Of An Impending US Bankruptcy?

hilllary-trumpDN: When the occult elite select a candidate for president, they already have a role assigned for him (or her) to play, and Donald Trump is no exception. His assigned role may have just come to light.

The first indication is the predictive programming of The Simpsonswhich predicted a Trump Presidency 16 years ago, and featured a bankrupt United States deeply in debt to China.

In a moment of candid outspokenness, Donald Trump seems to confirm this role. In an interview yesterday with CNBC, Trump said, “I would borrow, knowing that if the economy crashed, you could make a deal.”

Is the Donald the TRUMP card of the international banking cartel?  Is there no other way out for the bankrupt U.S. Corporation except an “orderly default”? Given his business history with bankruptcies, Trump may be the perfect candidate to act as a decoy, to distract the American people from the real culprits of national bankruptcy, and steer us towards the desired outcome, using the standard illuminati formula: Problem-Reaction-Solution.

Hillary Clinton’s role is, and always has been the same – steering the American people toward the globalist agenda – the direct route. Therefore, Trump may well represent an ‘indirect’ route toward the same goal – NWO.

UPDATE: 
Globalist in the Making — Henry Kissinger Meets With Trump to “Develop his Foreign Policy Expertise”

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SHOCK: Donald Trump Just Promised to Bankrupt America Like He Did With His Failed Businesses

Source: Occupy Democrats

Apparently for Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, four bankruptcies isn’t enough. Now, he promises to bring America to the brink of bankruptcy to magically force our creditors to cancel our debt. It’s a stunning admission, one which betrays a deep ignorance of how sovereign debt works, and one that for any other nominee would sink his candidacy.

In an interview yesterday with CNBC, Trump was asked about how he would handle the National debt, Trump responded: “I am the king of debt. I do love debt. I love playing with it.”

And, Trump told CNBC that means “I would borrow, knowing that if the economy crashed, you could make a deal.”

However, our nation’s debt is not a toy to be played with – to be negotiated like a real estate business deal in which creditors approach the deal knowing the risk, and knowing if the deal doesn’t work out they may get less than 100% on their investment. Just ask Argentina what happens when a country defaults on its debt: economic disaster. For Trump to even SUGGEST that he would bring us to the brink of default is GROSSLY IRRESPONSIBLE.

As Matt Yglesias of Vox notes,

“The United States of America, however, is not a real estate development company… very assessment of risk in the financial system is based on the idea that the least risky thing is lending money to the federal government. If that turns out to be much riskier than previously thought, then everything else becomes much riskier too. Business investment will collapse, state and local finances will be crushed, and shockwaves will emanate to a whole range of foreign countries that borrow dollars.”

Of course Trump bizarrely added during the interview with CNBC that his plan was what can only be described as a ‘zero sum game’ in which we can’t lose:

 “If the economy was good, it was good, So, therefore, you can’t lose.”

Experts have described Mr. Trump’s vaguely sketched proposal as fanciful, saying there was no reason to think America’s creditors would accept anything less than 100 cents on the dollar. Lou Crandall, chief economist at Wrightson ICAP, a research and investing firm said:

“No one on the other side would pick up the phone if the secretary of the U.S. Treasury tried to make that call. Why should they? They have a contract requiring payment in full.”

While Maya MacGuineas, president of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, said that she shared Mr. Trump’s concern about the size of the federal debt, she noted of our debt:

“It’s a policy problem, not a debt-management problem.”

Trump seems to ignore the fact that it is more than the just full faith and credit of this country at stake. Our currency is the world standard and attempting to renegotiate our debt will not only have a disastrous effect on our economic and political standing in the world, it will have devastating consequences for the economies of the world, which peg their economies to the U.S. dollar. – which seems at best to at odds with Trump’s campaign slogan “Make America great again!”

Ironically, this interview with Trump was just one day after he assured us in an interview with the  NY Times:

“I know people aren’t sure right now what a President Trump will be like…But things will be fine. I’m not running for president to make things unstable for the country.”

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Source: The Millennium Report

With the appointment of a former Goldman Sach’s top executive to the Trump Campaign, who also worked for Soros Fund Management, it should be clear that Goldman & Company is getting set for the inevitable. After all, Donald Trump is a well-known bankruptcy artist. He has at least four (maybe 5) under his belt and therefore plenty of practice for the BIG ONE. The “Biggest One of All Time” is of course the bankruptcy of the U.S. Corporation, Inc. which everyone now knows is effectively bankrupt because of the Federal Reserve practice of relentless Quantitative Easing (also known as money printing out of thin air).

Trump Picks Former Goldman Partner And Soros Employee As Finance Chairman

Now that Trump has also secured the endorsements of Sheldon Adelson (Gambling Magnate of the World) and Carl Icahn (Corporate Raider without peer), as well as the likes of Chris Christie and Rick Scott, Rudy Giuliani and Michael Flynn, Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul, clearly something quite momentous is occurring under the radar.

All of those names are very significant.  Each one provides a HUGE endorsement for The Donald.  More importantly, every individual represents a very important piece of the 1% electorate.  Hence, something extremely critical has taken place behind the political scenes which is reflecting a sea change toward The Donald.  That something is the growing acceptance that he is an established bankruptcy expert par excellence … .. … and what America needs desperately is an orderly default… and fast!

Trump has done this before and can do the bankruptcy routine blindfolded, handcuffed while straightjacketed.  Yes, he is the Houdini of bankruptcies and quite world famous for them.  Who else has become richer with each successive business bankruptcy than Trump?!  The Donald has been practicing for this gig his whole professional life. And, “YES”, he knows it.  In fact it is the only way possible for him to stand by his campaign promise to : “Make America Great Again”.  There is really no other way!

There you have it—the scoop of the millennium.

Conclusion

Yes, this whole preplanned bankruptcy thing is a major controlled demolition in the works … exactly like 2008.  Here’s what that really looked like but never appeared in the MSM.

 The PRE-PLANNED Financial and Economic 9/11 of 2008

Reference
Former Goldman Sachs Elite Becomes Trump’s Financial Chairman
Sheldon Adelson Says He Will Support Donald Trump

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Trump’s Election Should Cause US CDS Spreads to Spike, and for Good Reason

Source: Zero Hedge | Exceprted from the NY Times and a Google search.

 

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