What is the collateral on the US federal debt?

… A second undeniable truth is that we are deeply steeped in un-manageable, and un-payable debt. As indicated by the link to the Debt Clock above, the United States has over 17 trillion in debt and over 120 trillion in unfunded liabilities. I doesn’t take someone with a math degree to figure out that it is impossible to repay all of this debt, or fund the liabilities that have been promised to many. However, the criminals just keep printing; all the while driving us deeper and deeper into servitude. Are they seemingly unaffected by this because they have a plan to wrap all of this debt up in a land deal with our debtors? I say that there is a good possibility of this happening, and one can even see the “writing on the wall” if the evidence is examined critically.

As the debt piles up, government continues to grow and spend at a furious pace. One wonders how those making decisions cannot see that 120 trillion in unfunded liabilities is cause to put the brakes on spending. But I didn’t go to Columbia, so perhaps I am not qualified to make that call. Nonetheless, our posterity is destined to become familiar with one term, perhaps intimately, and that’s DEBT. But, do those in power have a bigger plan to use western lands as a way to satisfy our debt obligation? Please indulge me while I explore that avenue.

In the chart above, you get an idea of the enormous amount of resources that are contained within the boundaries of the western states. Unfortunately, much of the land, and subsequently the resources, are currently under Federal Control. And, because of that, states, and its citizens, do not have access to said resources. Minus the United States population, what you have in the chart above constitutes the real wealth of this nation; and why the Federal Government clings so tightly to its control.

Enter China

One of the biggest creditors to the United States debt is China, which is no secret. However, a fact that may be less known is how much land China is buying in the United States. Here is an excerpt from a story published by Michael Snyder, of The End of the American Dream blog.

Has the United States ever experienced a time when a foreign nation has attempted to buy up so much of our land all at once? As you will read about in this article, the Chinese are on a real estate buying spree all over America. In fact, in some cases large chunks of land are actually being given to them. Yes, you read that correctly. China is on the way to becoming the dominant land owner in the entire country, and that is starting to alarm a lot of people. Do we really want a foreign superpower to physically own so much of our territory?

The implications of the above article are chilling. How much more effectively can an enemy operate once they are inside the opposing camp? Look how well it has worked for those who have hijacked the US Government. They pretty much run things from the inside, and do so with impunity. But, recently, a peek into the overall plan may have been revealed. Again, Michael Snyder provides an insight into the overall plan in the following article. Is a giant Chinese land-grab underway? It sure seems that way. Why else would our government rack up piles and piles of debt, with seemingly no restraint? That is a good question, and one that leaves me with only one conclusion. These guys are going to take the cash up front, and leave all of us holding the debt load with our land as collateral. The solution is getting the land back from the Feds, and back in control of the states. Ken Ivory and Jennifer Fielder are doing the heavy lifting in this regard, and they need your support. Please visit the American Lands Council for ways that you can do your part. Meanwhile, please visit the following link and vote. I would be interested to hear your opinion on the subject.

http://www.thedailysheeple.com/collateralizing-our-future_052014

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