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why capitalism will fail

Updated on September 3, 2011

Want to know why we are in a financial crisis?


Capitalism, it's purpose and why it wont survive

Capitalism is all around us, it's the food we eat, the electricity that runs our computers and the water that runs our hot baths which means if capitalism fails then life as we know it will take a huge step backwards. This 100% will happen and sooner than you may think.

Newspaper readers and television viewers across the world have surely noticed that we are in a financial crisis however how many people know the real answer to how this has happened?

I have the answers

Most european countries such as the UK can only hold the same amount of cash as they have in gold reserves which is fine however they can also have the same amount in credit ontop. This means there is money already out there which doesn't exist, we are looking at capitalism crashing already as we know it. Only 4% of the worlds money is actually cash and this is because of the credit system, credit cards can't exist without interest to run the businesses, interest builds the numbers higher and the reality of gold reserves can't keep up. Gradually we begin to build debt and can never catch back up with the system because the real money simply isn't out there!

The worlds cash is 4% the worlds credit is 32% and a whopping 64% of the world as we know it is interest! Which means 64% of us are forced to failure from those the goverment and large businesses that add interest onto value.

Why gold?

Capitalism explains the gradual rise in gold value and the closer we get to a crashed system the closer we are to having nothing. Gold will still be the highest valued substance on earth and whoever owns the most will be the most powerful. As alwasy the power frenzy is what drives many evil men in this world and it is what made capitalism to beign with.

Many believe gold is infact a highly spiritual and God worthy substance, all religious believers say that the return of jesus is coming. The bible claims this and there are many situations in the world today that point towards a bad ending. We will all need saving because capitalism will fall, shopping malls will close and money wont exist.

The leaders of goverment don't care about you they care about capitalism, when that falls under their feet who will help us? Ive never been much of a God believer or been a saint however nows the time to choose what you believe in. God is the only answer towards the end and gold is you answer to survive till then.


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      SilentReed 4 years ago from Philippines

      Unfortunately the monetary system that we have now isn't base on any God-fearing notion. Governments formulate economic policies in order to meet growth targets that primarily benefit the upper echelon of society. Putting aside the economic terminology and doublespeak jargon, it's a money game that generates competition instead of cooperation. Everyone wants to be on top or king of the hill. Capitalism will never be eliminated as long as the necessities of life are denominated in interest-money. The system in place today is all about competition,insecurity and greed.

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      Troyangeluk 4 years ago from UK

      Hey Au fait :)

      I admire your faith, you know not many people are aware of what is to come. Thankyou for your comments as always.

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      C E Clark 4 years ago from North Texas

      God will take care of anyone who has faith in Him. The time for Jesus to return is getting closer, but it's going to be a few minutes yet. There is still a prophesy that must be fulfilled. The Temple must be rebuilt in it's traditional place in Jerusalem. For that to happen the mosque currently in that location will have to be removed/destroyed. Once the temple is rebuilt Jesus could return at any time, but no one knows the exact time except God. Not the week, the day, or the hour. When He does return He expects to find people doing their work, not sitting around waiting for Him to appear.

      Interesting hub and take on Capitalism. Voted up and interesting.

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      Jay Manriquez 6 years ago from Santa Rosa, California

      Enjoyed reading your thoughts on a hot and critical topic. I am fascinated watching events play out and the results certainly touch us all. Thanks!

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      Troyangeluk 6 years ago from UK

      hey spiff, pleased to meet you and thankyou for the comment :). Lets hope those at the top of the ladder make a few changes to the system because as it stands it will fall as it grows. Thanks for the comment I will views your hubbs and hope to see similair content.

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      SpiffyD 6 years ago from The Caribbean

      This was an interesting hub that underscored the reality of money - electronic or cash - having no intrinsic value. I'm not sure that the inability of gold reserves to keep up would lead to the failure of capitalism. More realistically, it would lead to periods of economic boom and recession, which is what obtained ever since Marx predicted the fall of capitalism. Some would argue that it's the way that the market self-corrects. Interesting hub with a very brave and colourful argument though. Voted up and interesting.