With the real underlying problem being that of liquidity or actually the lack thereof that always arises from the classical mathematically impossible debt based monetary system, and exacerbated by the fact that the system has gone into overdrive with the root cause being unconstitutional governance, it would soon be considered draconian (and the exactly wrong move) had the banking gangsters tried to choke off the decline in purchasing power of the dollar by raising interest rates.
They're screwed; anything they do will be wrong!!!
<<They're screwed; anything they do will be wrong!!!
I think it's absolutely wonderful>>
I agree with the first statement but must must, respectfully, disagree with the second.
Many, many innocent people, friends and family included, will be hurt by the impact of a falling dollar. Particularly, those retired on fixed incomes who have been told to work hard, save your money and invest "conservatively" in your later years and everything will be fine, fine, fine.
I see it as the fulcrum for what might be the last best opportunity to throw down those that have usurped power and authority, stealing from us our birthrights in the bargain. It will take a real dramatic and violent slap in the face to awaken the people from their delusion.