I hear this a lot about the USA that the government or the business owners don't have the ability or capacity to produce so it's a natural assumption that the USA will just attack other countries that have the natural resources that the USA will need to continue it's supremacy. Comments like this are crap, yep crap. If you don't think the US has the natural resources to sustain itself just look around, Google it, education yourself. Or just take a drive through Wyoming, Eastern and Southern Utah, the Dakotas and Alaska. How about the dozens of oil rigs that are abandoned in the Gulf.
Does anybody consider the world wide economic disaster that would come if the US did stop buying things from overseas? China, Vietnam and India just to name a few would be in a world of hurt.
The US still has some of the best gold fields in the world. Some of the best farmlands in the world. But most importantly some of the most resilient, hardworking men and woman in the world. Yes some people won't know what to do if the dooms day hits. I would imagine that some interior designer in New York, that has never picked up a hammer or plucked a chicken, my be in for some hard times. But that is a very poor representation of what the US is and who will be in charge if government and currency fails.
The idea that if money collapses means that the US would attack to sustain is ridiculous. Opening tapped oil wells creating jobs and production right here is what will absolutely happen. People assume that if disaster strikes that the same crappy government and same crappy policies will be in place. Would you stand for that?
Dragondollar asked what's next. In the name of World Peace and long term global stability I hope the US continues it's drone attacks. Along with Israel to put rouge and dangerous terrorists acting as government in the deep hole they belong in. Instability in the middle east is supposed to happen it's Biblical it's as old as time it's self. But old wars with modern weapons is to risky to just ignore. So what's next anything that makes this world a little safer to live in.