The other day, it was revealed that Germany had just entered a recession. Check out the latest reports revealed by financial expert Robert Kiyosaki.
The US to enter a more massive financial crisis?
Germany has officially announced that the country entered a recession. Here’s an important tweet that Rich Dad, Poor Dad author, dropped.
First BANKS. COUNTRIES next? Will Germany be the first country to fail? Go Bankrupt? if GERMANY fails which country will be next? Will America default after Germany?
— Robert Kiyosaki (@theRealKiyosaki) May 26, 2023
Someone dropped the following comment:
“As long as manufacturing continues to be their main economic pusher, they cannot ho Bankrupt. If you build it someone will want it. And Germans are pretty good at building. They will just need to restructure.”
Robert Kiyosaki is declaring the United States bankrupt due to trillions upon trillions of dollars in unfunded liabilities.
Kiyosaki posted on Twitter that the best store of value for their wealth is in gold, silver or Bitcoin (BTC). It’s also important to note the fact that he warned that we can see a worsening economic times ahead due to mounting unfunded US government costs.
“Politicians debating raising $30 trillion US debt limit bad comedy, ‘kabuki theater.’ Facts are: US bankrupt. Unfunded liabilities as Social Security are over $250 trillion. Financial market ‘derivative assets’ measured in quadrillions… thousands of trillions. WTF. Buy gold, silver and Bitcoin.”
The analyst has already predicted a crash-landing for the economy because the Federal Reserve has raised interest rates since last March in an effort to draw down inflation.
The US is definitely in a massive financial crisis.
JPMorgan blocked some customers’ accounts
It’s been just revealed the fact that JPMorgan is “persistently” discriminating against its own clients and closing bank accounts without warning. This is according to the Republican attorneys general from 19 states.
The law enforcement officials that are led by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, sent a letter to JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon. They were stating that the banking giant’s practices go against the company’s own policies on equality.