by Stefan Stanford, All News Pipeline:
‘The purchasing power of the US dollar will continue to plummet like a corrupt banker wearing cement shoes dropping to the bottom of a river as long as the Federal Reserve keeps printing money, backed by nothing, like it’s toilet paper’.
Last updated on March 23rd of 2017, the ‘country’ page for the United States of America over at Deagel.com seen in the screenshot above still shows a forecast population for the US for the year 2025 to be 61 million people. Much more than just a ‘significant’ drop from the 321 million living in America in 2015, we’ve asked in stories on ANP time and again what they expected to happen to 260 million Americans and where they were going to go in less than 10 years.
While the forecast population drop is shattering, maybe even more doom-portending are the forecast financial numbers outlined by Deagel with a gross domestic product drop from $18 trillion in 2015, #1 in the world, to a forecast of only $949 BILLION in 2025, ranked only 11th in the world. The drop in forecast military budget from $781 billion a year in 2015 to only $8.2 billion a year in 2025 shows that according to some, President Donald Trump’s increased military budget might be a temporary thing.
Meanwhile, with 2025 less than 8 years away, the GDP per capita drop from $55,855 in 2015 to a forecast of only $15,517 in 2025 shows us many more Americans will be living in poverty in less than 8 years from now than are here now. What does Deagel know that we don’t know? This new story from Zero Hedge reports the ‘retail apocalypse’ has officially descended upon America as Dave with the X22Report also expands upon in the 1st video below. And as we read in the new SQAlert republished below videos, everything happening now geopolitically and financially is tied together quite tightly with Deagel’s 2025 forecast which still shows a forthcoming collapse for America despite President Trump.
While Deagel admits their numbers are only a ‘forecast’, we should keep in mind the sources for their information are the United States government, the CIA, the US Department of State, the US Department of Defense, the World Bank, the European Union, the US Army, the US Navy, the US Marines, the US Air Force, and the US Coast Guard among others.
Many people have asked, what does Deagel.com do? Deagel keeps track of numbers. For example, as seen in the screenshot below, if you want to know how many B-1B Lancer Long Range Attack Aircraft the United States of America had in their possession, we’d go to Deagel which has numbers for everything ‘military industrial complex’ related. And as we also see, they update their website quite regularly as seen in several March and February 2017 entries.
So, with strong ties to the US government and US military as sources, what does Deagel know that we don’t know? Besides the other huge drops in population, GDP, and military budget, the Deagel category for Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) tells us exactly what the mainstream media won’t: Very difficult times are ahead if Deagel’s forecast for 2025 is correct.
In 2015, the United States stood at #16 in the world for PPP at $55,800. In comparison, the failing socialist nation of Venezuela stood at #89 in PPP at $16,700.
For 2025, Venezuela is forecast to be #86 in the world at a PPP of $9,108, a big drop from 2015. The US’s forecast PPP for 2025? $10,345 for a ranking of #78 in the world.
Quite a steep drop when you consider Venezuela’s PPP in 2015 was $6,000+ more than they are forecasting the US’s PPP to be in less than 8 years from now! What might happen to cause such a HUGE drop in the US dollar’s purchasing power? It’s clear to us that Deagel’s forecasts show an America in 2025 in total collapse with the purchasing power of the US dollar worse than what is happening in Venezuela right now. You can see the US in the chart from Deagel below, sitting only 8 spots above Venezuela in Deagel’s 2025 PPP forecast. This chart shows the US approaching 3rd world nation status by 2025.
Why is such a huge drop in our PPP forecast for 2025 for the US, dropping from $55,800 to $10,345? Of course, the purchasing power of the US dollar will continue to plummet like a corrupt banker wearing cement shoes dropping to the bottom of a river as long as the Federal Reserve keeps printing money like it’s toilet paper. For even the people in Venezuela have recently figured out it’s much cheaper to use money there as napkins or toilet paper than actually having to go out and buy the products.
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