Peter D. Schiff is the prophet of doom of the global economy. The author has spent years in research and has developed a credible reputation of words. The Real Crash is a book about the various mistakes that the United States has been committed to over the course of time. The constant infringement of the hope of future has instilled a recoil that will only grow till it has taken everything down. The author tells you how the government spends incessantly on the various institutions that it has set-up. The government is on a borrowing spree with no possible signs of returning the money in the future. The time to repair is lurking more dangerously than ever, and the thing to fear is that we are losing time. If the government get its act straight on time then millions in the United States would be rendered helpless. The country doesn't collect enough funds, instead borrows some more and accumulates an incredible due.
The stability in the market only seems to be, it has to come down to swallow all the money that has been spent, but never existed in the first place. The author tells us that the system is deeply flawed and the masses deep in drowsy sleep induced state. The things to do in order to set it right gets you in touch with the different difficulties that act as impediments to the success of our fight to remain as a nation, fulfilling dreams. The book gets into statistical analysis of the government policies and how they affect the very experience of life in unimaginable ways. The base of all things is one and that should be the motivation behind every action, this is an individual realization, however, the government is full of highly motivated individuals, but they all need to find a sacred motivation in order to sustain their drive towards better.
The Real Crash is a book that will send your sense of security out of the door, and for the right reasons just as well. This book tells you how to accommodate a true sense of insecurity as we let the masters of greed and malevolence drive our economy to the height of doom. When you are ready with an analysis of your own, you would be able to sneak out of this indolence and sloth towards the indifference towards the governance that has set in every heart. If only people talked to each other more often than not about intellectual speculations over the considerations that our government holds for prioritizing the expenditure, the wealth of the nation. This book will ask you questions that will ignite an active response and then you will see reality; the flaws in a passive system of the present that brings more insecurities every day. And once you stumble upon the different difficulties you will encounter peace of mind, as you complete the circle of your inquiries.