Can the U.S. Dollar Survive the Mega Stimulus? Economic Meltdown Magnifies Debt

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As more and more people find themselves without work, governments will feel the additional pressure. THis has already been highlighted in the increase of taxation on the public. More taxation equates to slower growth. As a result, more stimulus will be needed. This cycle will continue and there will be no more market. Just control from the few, over the many. In any historical similarity, this always ends badly.


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