It seems inevitable the other shoe is going to drop. It sometimes seems we're living on borrowed time. Hope I'm wrong. Never wanted to be more wrong. Even though hope springs eternal and even though atrocities have been a part of the human experience since the beginning of civilization, it seems humanity started spiraling downhill in just the past seven decades.<quoted text>
$85 billion a month from the fed will do that, the crash is coming, however.
I watched a documentary about the thousands and thousands of rapes by Russians during the German occupation at the end of WWII - ages 8 to 80 - and even by Americans during the French occupation, although not as bad, still bad enough. Very depressing.
The A-bombs were dropped on Japan and fire bombs dropped in Germany. The Korean War then followed and right on its heels the Vietnam War and not long after that the beginning of terrorism.
Seems there's more suffering and wars and killings going on in the world today at the same time than at any other time in history.
The possibility of an impending financial crisis is simply a reality on top of the other growing tensions.
Almost seems like a pressure cooker. Something's bound to give sooner or later. Just hope and pray it's not as bad as it seems sometimes.
Good thing this world isn't all there is. And we can still hope for the best possible outcome.
But now it's time for me to go to bed. Night.