Why is this bubble popping

The latest bubble popping event is happening right now.

And it’s not a bubble that was created out of thin air, it’s happening right here, right now, with the most powerful economic, financial and environmental forces at play in history.

It started with the financial crisis.

It has now metastasized to the economy, the global economy, to the environment, to our lives.

We’ve all been paying into the bubble.

We all know it.

We all pay into the global debt bubble.

We have all been the unwitting recipients of this debt.

This bubble, which is a giant bubble, is created by the global financial system that has become too big and too reckless, too irresponsible, too out of control, too incompetent.

It’s the most destructive, destructive economic, monetary, financial system in history, period.

And, to be clear, it has never been more important to stop it from exploding, and we’re seeing it happening right before our eyes right now and in real time.

The Global Financial CrisisIn the past few years, as the global economic and financial system has grown larger and more interconnected, the financial system is now bigger and more complex than it’s ever been.

The interconnectedness of these interconnected systems makes it impossible for any one entity, financial or otherwise, to control the system.

That is why the global system of interconnected financial systems and economic systems has now become the most dangerous system in the history of the world.

The global financial crisis is also a global crisis, and its consequences have been devastating for all of us.

The financial system of the United States, the world, and the United Nations is now in such financial crisis that it is unable to function.

The IMF and the World Bank are having difficulty keeping the money flowing into the economies of nations around the world as a whole.

The United States is running a deficit, and as a result, we are facing a potential $3 trillion in debt over the next 10 years.

The U.S. government is now running a $6 trillion debt overhang.

We have seen the consequences of the financial and economic crisis all around the globe, and these consequences are reaching us now.

We’ve seen the effects of the debt and the debt crisis that we’ve been dealing with for the last few years now.

This debt crisis has been a huge drag on the global recovery.

And we are seeing it now in the United Kingdom, where the economy has actually fallen into recession, and now the country is running an interest rate of 7.4 percent.

The world’s economy is in a precarious state right now because of the global crisis.

And the effects are not just happening in the U.K. or the U toms, but also the U States and Europe.

So we have seen an economic slowdown, and a financial slowdown, in many countries around the planet.

But in the case of the U, it is happening in all countries.

And I’m not just talking about the U., I’m talking about countries in Europe, countries in the rest of the Americas.

The effects of this economic slowdown are already affecting our financial systems.

It is affecting our economy, it affects our housing markets, it impacts our housing prices.

It is affecting the global markets, as well, and that is why we are witnessing an enormous amount of concern and concern around the global finance bubble right now that has erupted.

The financial crisis in the first place was caused by the financial institutions that were too big to fail, that were allowed to fail by the central banks.

They were allowed by the regulators to do whatever they wanted with the money, and they were allowed the discretion to manipulate the markets, to do what they wanted, to cheat the markets and to manipulate governments.

They are the ones that are responsible for the current economic collapse, the current financial crisis, the worldwide financial crisis right now on our financial system, the banks, the super-high-frequency traders, the hedge funds, the commodity traders, and so on.

This is why people are concerned, because they’re seeing what we are experiencing now.

Because of the central bankers that were at the top, and of course the governments that were in place at the time, they have allowed the financial markets to become too complex, too powerful, too much of a player, too easy to manipulate.

The problem is, the crisis has now gotten so much worse, and it’s getting worse faster and faster and worse, because it is being caused by too many players at the same time.

This new financial system will inevitably cause economic problems, because the new financial structures that are going to be created, will not be able to protect us from the financial, economic and environmental crises that are coming our way.

This is why many people are now starting to say that this new financial, financial, and environmental system is not what it used to be.

It needs to be completely overhauled.

And this is what’s happening.