Those who utter in pious simplicity those wonderful words, “our children are our future“, have no idea what they have done to those very children and their future by spending today what future generations will have to earn tomorrow.
Here, in the US, an entire generation has grown up on the suspect promises of easy credit and paper money. That generation is now beginning to suspect that something is wrong, that the price of their gas, food and healthcare is rapidly rising and their dream of home ownership is a trap from which bankruptcy is increasingly their only escape.
Still, this generation has no idea of how terribly wrong it actually is and why it has happened; and their ignorance of such will give them little comfort during the Great Depression that lies directly ahead.
The chickens are coming home to roost; and the closer they come, the more they are looking like vultures.
A survivor of the 1929 Great Depression account of then and now Read >