1.5 trillion dollar infrastructure plan to add to a 1.5 trillion dollar tax cut! Americans, now’s the time to get your Bitcoin.

The only things higher than Elon Musk’s Tesla are the debts of global economic lynch pins like the US and China. By the time this debt quagmire morphs into a debt crisis it’ll be too late for your hard-earned fiat. The only thing we’ll be able to buy with cash then will be a ticket to the premier of Quantitative Easing 2: Inflation Boogaloo. Buy gold if you want, buy land if that’s your style. Personally, I’ll be buying the simplest, most liquid, most mobile deflationary asset around: Bitcoin.

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27 thoughts on “1.5 trillion dollar infrastructure plan to add to a 1.5 trillion dollar tax cut! Americans, now’s the time to get your Bitcoin.

  1. poker_kid February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    The best thing about bitcoin is if you have to bail your country you can take it with you with ease. Try doing that with gold or land … ha

  2. jchang23 February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    Fast forward 5 years: Nobody knows where the 1.5 trillion went, please authorize 500 billion to study where the 1.5 trillion went.

  3. FalafelYahooAnswers February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    You’re not kidding. There’s a lot of recent signals that things- are not going to be okay at all.

    Rates are going higher ,any new borrowing will be at higher rates and old debt will have to be refinanced at higher rates. Reduce tax revenues in the process and you end up with a debt crisis. Interest payments on this are going to be collosal.

    The share of debt on margin on the stock market is at ludicrous levels not seen since before the last 2 recessions, FANG’s are overvalued to all common sense bouying the 500, they’re having the life shorted out of them but until now no sanity- every mom pop and dog just brought into them mindlessly thinking it was a given itt’s a constant ride upwards, and then the apps and bots!

    one proper scare and it’s a cascade of margin calls.


    Try and absorb the insanity of that..

    Flashing, blaring indicators on multiple levels.

    The data is all there staring us in the face. The math is adding up and it’s not looking pretty at all. Historically gold has always weathered the dips very well in crashes (albeit a bit of a dip too early on in 08), I too fully expect btc to step forward as a, if not the dominant safe haven. Now by that time players like robinhood will exist at least providing milkenials with a smooth 1 click exit from stocks to crypto

  4. dfifield February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    Buy Bitcoin and be happy in the future.

  5. op-return February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    I knew this dude in college. He was broke. Paid credit card debt with other credit cards. Then I’d see him wearing a new North Face goretex jacket he got on on credit. Wonder how he is doing.

  6. MAPLESTORY_MASTER_11 February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    there will be a period of deflation as the house of cards collapses, followed by very high inflation as the central bankers and governments react.

  7. vinaminh February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    Gold. Diversify ya’ll.

  8. a_daddy_fresh February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    If you google “1.5 trillion dollar infrastructure”, the first link that pops up after the promoted stories is the link to this reddit article.


  9. HelluvaNinjineer February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    Not to downplay how ridiculous it is to increase spending right after cutting taxes, but specifically relating to the infrastructure plan, isn’t most of that plan relying on private investment?

  10. astros1337 February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    Too bad the infrastructure plan is only half what the russian puppet promised during his campaign (closer to 600 million). Another on his long list of lies. Must be hard being a trumper these days, trying to defend that moron has to be a full time job.

  11. Apokk_ February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    While the US debt is a huge problem, I should point out that the “1.5 trillion infrastructure” plan isn’t going to be entirely paid for by government appropriations.

    Most likely it will be $200b of loans/grants, leveraging private sector funds. If it happens at all.

  12. DawnPhantom February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    Sorry, what’s wrong? I don’t see the problem. All the US would have to do is stop spending three quarters of a Trillion dollars a year on it’s Military fighting endless wars against cavemen who’s only Detterant is to blow themselves up to defend their land because of the advantage we have over them. Like seriously, if the US actually wanted to get rid of its national debt, it only needs to follow it’s constitutional obligations, and a few decades from now the debt would be stabilized, and gone in a few more. It’s not about jumping ship before it’s too late, there’s still time. It’s about making the right decision before it’s too late. Jumping on Bitcoin to avoid paying what is owned is a good way to have the entire world turn against you.

  13. LeReddit9GagXD February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    But hey- I got an extra 1.50$ a week on my paycheck! Something something MAGA something something Hilary’s emails and George Soros and Obama.

  14. poltergeiststuff February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    I agree with you on buying sustainable assets. However, the reality is that the debt doesn’t matter. They’ll QE to the moon or continue to manipulate with fictitious numbers to stabilize the stock market and whatever else they’re doing to abate any global financial crisis, but the US debt has nothing to do with it.

    If the US fails, the entire world fails (for now!). That means we can borrow until we chap the Chinese asses. This is just a reality that our politicians on the federal level have always abused and will continue to abuse.

    The debt is only a talking point with all kinds of rhetoric around it.

  15. obkenobi13 February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    Physical gold.
    Also real estate is not the best investment in the aftermath of hyperinflation, as it can be seized much more easily by the state.

  16. affirmed_78 February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    Nice to have an asset that is strictly limited and immune from government politics. Keep pissing away trillions of USD on defense, entitlements, etc. The only thing it’ll do is boost the USD value of bitcoin in the long run.

  17. evilgrinz February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    They have to sell more bonds, less people want to buy bonds….

  18. maxblackdev February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    Yeah this is definitely not going to end well :

  19. johnnydrama00 February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    Right, cause the 6.78 trillion Obama added to the deficit really hurt bitcoin. By all mean, shore up enthusiasm for bitcoin, just dont use bullshit lies to do it.

  20. gemeinsam February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    Bitcoin is only valueable until the next currency with far supirior technology comes around. you wouldnt want to invest all your money in iphone 3g but rather apple. so invest in cryptocurrencies not bitcoin. far better alternatives out there.

  21. 333666999999 February 13, 2018 / 2:29 am

    Also buy guns, bullets, and storable food…. Just in case.

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