It's going to be more severe than the global financial crisis…we need fiscal stimulus: Roubini financial crisis

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  1. Selfish People Can’t Produce Unselfish Solutions

    In Europe and elsewhere, governments are paying colossal sums to big corporations to help them avert bankruptcy. Whether they call it a “rescue package” or “quantitative easing,” in the end it’s all the same: the government pays companies to stay operative.
    I don’t think it will work in the long run. It may keep companies afloat for another six months or a year, but as a rule, a government, any government, cannot sustain companies that cannot sustain themselves. In the end, the situation will blow up in a blast that will be worse than what it would have happened had the government let them fall naturally.
    There is more to it than that. I don’t believe that a government can do anything good for its people. Civil servants, ministers, and deputy ministers always pull their own way and have their own interests in mind. Since everyone is inherently selfish, everyone has an ulterior motive that is not for the benefit of the public.
    We cannot expect selfish people to do unselfish acts; it is like asking a tiger to become vegetarian. If it goes against nature and it won’t work. Therefore, asking people whose only focus is their own career to focus on other people’s well-being is unwise, unrealistic, and will invariably fail.
    Socialists, capitalists, far right, or far left, they are all immersed in egoism. It is not their fault; it is human nature, and we should adjust our expectation from our leaders.
    If we want a real and lasting positive change, we must transform human nature. Since our nature is selfish to the core, changing it is the only way out of the crises that the world is falling into nowadays. We will fall deeper and deeper until we realize that the problem is not the fuel we burn, the forests we cut, the water we pollute, or the people we kill. The problem is the cause of all those harms we are inflicting on nature and on each other: our inherent self-absorption. When we start working on changing ourselves rather than demanding everything and everyone else to change, we might be able to save ourselves before it is too late!

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  2. Unfortunately, approaching world-wide economic collapse will bring about genocidal thermonuclear WW3. Please follow the latest news at "Countdown World News" page of RKK Book website. Humankind has been playing with nuclear fire since 1945, and the bottom line is, if we continue doing so, this fire will consume us one day. Now is the time to turn to God-given wisdom and make the only right step as it might be too late to do so tomorrow. We have responsibility to take a good care of our children and ensure they have a future.

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  5. When a country has a military payroll equivalent to $ 600 billion dollars a year, it is more than explained why the money does not reach the pocket of Americans, with coronavirus or without. We are going to diminish this army so that the money flows through the fire hydrants of the North American streets.

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  6. Guys we need a new system period we need new innovated job in America we need to Spread the wealth of currency that is worth something rising min wage to at least $20hr and cap the big business salary to min depending on how much a company/ individual make pertaining to anyone making over $500,000 a year

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  7. this prof is a nutcase! the cure is worst than the virus….its like me going to the doctors with a stab wound and saying can you heal the gash in my back doc, and he turns around and starts stabbing me more while telling me I'll be alright!?!?!?

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  8. It's not collapsing. It's a bubble. It's deflating. And predictably, the fed is trying and will continue to re-inflate which will cause hyperinflation.

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  9. Seriously, Mr. Roubini, how long will $1000 last each person??
    This is 2020, not 1860 where SEARS were advertising homes for sale at $1,500. By the way Mr. Roubini, SEARS no longer exists.

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  10. How can it be short if everything is collapsing. .and in such a debt crisis! .. This isn't stimulus this is bailout, that only stimulates one thing , day to day survival … fed is just buying everything. …all debt … and with interest rates at 0 …..this is not about short or long recession this has to be a depression! !

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  11. Titanic have hit the iceberg, putting more fuel in it, will not solved the sinking problem.   The current US leadership will not neither.   SOS … SOS … SOS.   Hoping the Martian can safe us

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  12. How would giving one thousand to people who have no jobs help anything ? Even if they do that just will increase the prices ( inflation ) .. and it will do nothing to buying capacity

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  13. The dollar will collapse the minute these other countries see a trillion a day printed and giving away, Soon they'll reject the dollar totally.

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  14. Every one needs a thousand dollars a week just to keep up with the inflation the Government is making. Or we're going into a depression, dumb fuxxs we're in a depression. That's right it's a recession if your employed, a depression if your unemployed. Clowns in suits, can't figure out you can not give away a trillion a day without a total collapse of the dollar. They will figure it out soon enough, what they did was totally destroy the dollar. Like these other countries are going to want US dollars, soon those countries will say pay in gold or silver , fuxx the paper garbage.

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  15. What a head line , which explains the whole problem in the USA today. All you failed people are dependant on the same group of people who created the mess in the first place. Fiscal stimulus , hell no they need thier asses kicked big time. Fiscal Stimulus did nothing in 2008 only to make the banks more dependant on the Fiscal stimulus today. A trillion a day is not enough for these leaches. The government made this problem giving thier big corperations welfare. Now they can't survive without it. Fisical stimulus and the market still dropping 1,000 point a day. Soon it will stop when the DJIA is like 5,000. LMAO need more fiscal welfare. The dollar is about dead, worthless, A fiat money going to where it belongs , ZERO.

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  16. How about UBI 1K per month for every American earning below 10k per month based on tax returns, and those earning 10k or more can opt in no question asked. This way will not need expensive means testing or cheating on tax returns.

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