Infographic: Presenting A World Covered In (Hundred Dollar Bill) Debt

Tyler Durden's picture

Our friends at Demonocracy have once again surpassed themselves, and have followed up the infographic showing the truckloads of cash that are needed to rescue the insolvent PIIGS, with this masterpiece which, while making the naive assumption that debt is represented by physical paper (when it is nothing but a bunch of electronic ones and zeros stored in various computers around the world), presents in gloriously visual terms precisely what the literal debt burden of the world's would look like expressed in piles of one hundred dollar bills. The result is quite stunning...

Source: Demonocracy.info

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I think I need to buy a gun's picture

Live free or die trying bitchez!

trav7777's picture

it's all just fake money anyhow...who cares?

GMadScientist's picture

I bet you can't wait to see all the rap videos with MCs posing with handfuls of collard greens.

JPM Hater001's picture

Ok, so I've been thinking of what Im going to post here the day Greece hard defaults.  It will have to be extra-snarky cause Im going to copy and paste it to my entire universe...thiis is what I have so far:

"That was some of the best acting I have ever scene when Greece Hard defaulted and the drama dripped from frame to frame.  Who wrote this?  Spielberg?"

Suffice it to say I will use it, corrected for that chart.  "That was some of the best acting I have ever seen for global meltdown and collapse.  Who wrote this?  Robin Williams and Woopie Goldberg?"

I now return you to your regularly scheduled show.

TruthInSunshine's picture

Fractional Reserve Banking.

The Greatest Ponzi in the history of the human race by a margin of light years.

The real 'Inconvenient Truth' Deeply Captured (by those who control the fractional reserve central banks - they're a tight group) governments, regulators & their proxy in the form of the media don't talk about is the massive debt tsunami that's headed all of humanity's way, and only those who control the fractional reserve central banks have safe & secure perches high above the danger zone for when the devastation takes place.

PersonalResponsibility's picture

Haven't you heard?  Debt is the new "thing", the new "must have"; it shows your wealth.  The more you have, the wealthier you are.

Michael's picture

I would like to know how many 1 dollar bill stacks equivalent to the national debt would go the Moon?

OT

Proof Democrats are the ones giving us dirty air and dirty water.

200 Million Tons of Aluminum Aerosol Chemtrail Poisoning All Life! Scientific Proof!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFpS1yVioLM&feature=related

Patent; http://omega.twoday.net/stories/161057/

 

TruthInSunshine's picture

Paul Krugman just tweeted:

 

@Demonocracy

 

You are obviously ignorant of The Krugman Rule which states debt doesn't act as a upon economic drag growth, let alone threaten default, until Debt = 337 x National GDP.

 

Fools.

 

Dr. Paul Krugman, Ph.D.

 

It sounds like he's upset.

Michael's picture

Who is the most diabolically evil person in the world?

I would like a top 100 list.

How to decide guide;

Aleister Crowley: His Elite Ties and His Legacy

http://secretarcana.com/influentialfigures/aleister-crowley-and-his-legacy/

vast-dom's picture

oh god you racist douchbag. do you even know what Magick is? or how hypocritical and racist ol' Aleister was himself? and yet we may forgive the evol one for at least he was not only brilliant but he was onto some serious self-help shit framed in mysticism. now why don't you go and engrave some swastikas for you good ol' boys down there, eh?

matrix2012's picture

I am quite amazed to read ANY ZHer here still blamed either the DEMOCRATIC DONKEY or the REPUBLICAN ELEPHANT for any particular policy or wrongdoing.

Cannot he see it's JUST a LEFT ARM - RIGHT ARM serving the SAME BEAST MASTER???

Ooo, so pathetic, so helpless :-( for ANY one here still perceives in that sense! Yet understandably TROLL will do so :)

Not For Reuse's picture

LOL $10,000 for a "great" vacation? Maybe a couple decades ago

AGuy's picture

Debt going To the Moon I say! To the Moon!

How many miles high does a pile of 15.4 Trillion dollar bills go?

"One small step for man, One giant leap to collapse"

flattrader's picture

>>>Proof Democrats are the ones giving us dirty air and dirty water.<<<

You really are a hopeless little idiot...or very young and haven't spent much time as a conservationist or an environmentalist.

And FYI, you little dipshit, check the dates on the patent you posted and listen to the dates the men in the video are referring to.  None of them occur during "Democratic" administrations of the past.

And not that it actually matters, because anyone who has spent time as a consevationist or an environmentalist knows better.

Bansters-in-my- feces's picture

Michael..

Most people I know are to stupid to believe me about chemtrails even if you show them a grid of ten jets in an hour,in an area away from flight paths..

Wake the fuck up people.....

YOU are being sprayed with chemicals DAILY.......

FUCK OFF GOVERMENT.

koperniuk666's picture

Bansters...   Oxygen thief.

 

Do the world a favor and choke

Kobe Beef's picture

Japan's 1 quadrillion Yen debt if stacked in 1 Yen coins goes to the sun and back three times.

vast-dom's picture

collards like iPads are easily digested.

allow me to paste the following, tangentially or not, related to the above:

"LONDON (MarketWatch) -- The International Energy Agency on Friday lowered its estimate for global oil demand growth in 2012 to 800,000 barrels a day, compared to its previous forecast of 1.1 million barrels a day, citing lowered projections for global economic growth. Global GDP growth is revised down to 3.3% for 2012, from the 4.0% level assumed since September, the agency noted. "A two-speed outlook prevails - with robust oil demand growth envisaged in the non-OECD, while demand continues to fall across most of the OECD," the IEA said in its monthly oil market report."

 

TRANSLATION: higher oil prices will crush the non-existent recovery such that the cover-up of the actual depression will be that much more untenable; ie just like yields and interest rates are hyper-synthetic and subversive, so too will actual real world oil prices hasten the inevitable grand correction.

 

Insomnia is a motherfucker.

Shizzmoney's picture

Right....I measn, it amazing that Jon Corzine can get away with what his firm did, just because he has alot of pieces of green paper.

I wish we still had some balls in this country...like back in 1200s Europe, this motherfucker would of been hanged aready.

Thunder_Downunder's picture

Living free is most of the problem...

 

Time to pay bitchez! :P

magnumopusdeislayed's picture

Said cot daaamn Helicopter Ben does indeed want to begin giving tours of these fictitious stacks o hundies.

whoopsing's picture

I wanna see square footage!

whoopsing's picture

Talk about a visual of "awash"

Mr Lennon Hendrix's picture

The wave of forclosures that Obama has just unleashed now has the opportunity to have some great green wallpaper.

Dr. Engali's picture

I don't see how this can be an issue. Seems like a perfectly sound foundation to build a world economy around. Just don't give the Joker some gasoline and a match.

marcusfenix's picture

some men can't be threatened, bargained with or bought off... some men just want to watch the world burn.

 

I guess now would be a great opportunity for the Joker...

 

love that scene in the dark knight when he burns that huge stack of FRNs.

 

vote the Joker for president in 2012- burn the house of fiat to the ground.

Dr. Engali's picture

That was the first thing that popped into my head when I saw this post.

Melville1977's picture

KingWorldNews.com used a pic of the Joker burning the pile of cash when Michael Pento did a blog post for the website about dollar destruction.

Mr. Lucky's picture

You aint seen nothing yet.

Zero Debt's picture

If you visualize all the debt in the world as a cube of gold, you will quickly find out that there isn't that much gold.

If you visualize how many taxpayers are needed to pay it off, you will quickly find out that there isn't that many taxpayers.

If you visualize how much oil it will take to pay off the debt....

OK..enough....

 

Withdrawn Sanction's picture

"If you visualize all the debt in the world as a cube of gold, you will quickly find out that there isn't that much gold."

True, w/the qualification: "at today's per oz. prices." There's actually "plenty" of gold if it's allowed to find an accurate price.

"If you visualize how many taxpayers are needed to pay it off, you will quickly find out that there isn't that many taxpayers."

Also, true w/the qualification: "at today's wage rates."

Both qualifications bring up the point mentioned in the article that $7.6T in debt has to rolled this year against a worldwide savings pool in the $4 to $5T range. Something's gotta give, prices/wages/interest rates, or failed bond auctions. This yawning chasm will prove harder and harder for CBs to fill AND maintain low rates. That probably wont stop them from trying however.

SillySalesmanQuestion's picture

Wow! Cities and a metropolis of Ben Franklins...new 21st building materials...?

OldPhart's picture

No...STIM City

Just needs another quantatative easing kick in the ass.

_ConanTheLibertarian_'s picture

Sim City: Municipal Meltdown Edition

killallthefiat's picture

Why can't we just print those bills?  Problem solved, non? (Edit: @Lord Wellington below.)

Dr. Engali's picture

There's not enough ink to print that much money.

RopeADope's picture

The U.S is only able to print about 700 mill annually. They could start issuing larger bills but then the populace might start making comparisons to Weimer Germany and put 2 and 2 together.

MyGold's picture

Interesting image indeed!

Lord Welligton's picture

China has debt?

 

WHY?

Dr. Engali's picture

Why spend your money when you can spend somebody else's?

hedgeless_horseman's picture

 

 

All that debt (liability) is someone's asset.  It's the interest, stupid!  You don't think the very wealthy actually work for a living, do you?

dwdollar's picture

God save the trees if they actually try to print all of this...

TruthInSunshine's picture

Only 3% is in circulation at any given time.

It's mainly binary.

rlouis's picture

Y not degauss the computers? 

Reptil's picture

HA! one well aimed solar flare will do that (EMP).

It'll turn every nuke plant into a flaming vulcano, that too.

oh well.. can't make an omelet without breaking eggs eh? </sarc>

Yen Cross's picture

Cigars optional<>