The Biggest Ponzi Scheme on the Planet-The U.S. Government
"American Economic Exceptionalism Explained"  USAPonzi    Copyright Declaration     by John W. White   Mar 29, 2013

Tesla takes the crown 200111
January 11, 2020
Emailed to United Nations, Fed Chair Jay Powell, Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari, Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan, Congressman Van Taylor, Congressman Colin Allred, Senator John Cornyn, Senator Ted Cruz, The U.S. SEC, NYT/WSJ/WP/CNBC/DMN on 1/11/20


Tesla takes the crown as the most valuable American Carmaker 



TheDrive.com
by Chris Chin January 10, 2020
Tesla is now the most valuable American car company of all time, with a stock market capitalization of $86.1 billion at the close of trading on Friday. This puts the electric vehicle maker ahead of the previous mark—$80.81 billion, set by Ford Motor Company in 1999—and successfully caps a tumultuous 2019 that saw shares trading for well under half of the current $478 price at times.


Tesla, and all other car companies, are benefitting from the fiscal and accounting fraud/Ponzi scheme that I call  USAPonzi! The U.S. Government is perpetrating a now $127.6 Trillion fraud that is printing counterfeit money, I call it imaginary-counterfeit money, by fraudulently borrowing it from the future Americans and giving it to the U.S. upper class!


The U.S. Government is corrupt! The corrupt U.S. Government is not operating its fiscal policy according to proper and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP Accounting)!


I do not know how I can say this any more emphatically; the corrupt U.S. Government is being run by a bunch of common criminals to enrich America, to colossally enrich the U.S. upper class, and to sell a hell of a lot of Tesla cars!


Tesla has figured out the formula for making a lot of money as a carmaker; make an exclusive car that sells for a lot of money because the corrupt U.S. Government is perpetrating an accounting fraud that is skewing massive wealth ($127.6 Trillion) to the upper class by screwing the general public!


This fraud is in the process of printing an infinite amount of imaginary-counterfeit money so Americans can buy an infinite number of cars and so the upper class can buy really fancy cars!


My January 5, 2020 commentary Planet Earth Junkyard: 1.12b stolen cars explains how we are buying cars, with imaginary-counterfeit money, that will have to be retired when USAPonzi implodes! I contend that we have already fraudulently purchased more than 1.12 billion cars worldwide because of this U.S. Government accounting fraud!


The corrupt U.S. Government has fraudulently borrowed $127.6 Trillion from the future Americans so Planet Earth can buy 1.4 billion cars!


Since this accounting fraud is printing an unending and ever-increasing amount of counterfeit money, we will be able to fraudulently buy an unending and ever-increasing number of Teslas, and other popular cars, until this Ponzi scheme implodes!


When USAPonzi implodes, we will not be buying any Teslas or any other car for a very long time! When USAPonzi implodes, the market cap of Tesla and all other car companies will be essentially zero!


The following commentaries give further explanations of this absurd and criminal fiscal policy of the corrupt U.S. Government.


Whistleblower Letter #1 to Planet Earth
USAPonzi-The Great American Con Game
Whistleblower Letter #3 to the U.S. Congress 191110
Whistleblower Letter #1 to the United Nations 191203

Death of Planet Earth



National Debt  $23.2 Trillion 
Cash Deficit in FY2020  $1.05 Trillion 
GAAP Deficit in FY2020  $6.13 Trillion 
US Unfunded Future Liabilities  $104.4 Trillion 
US Unfunded Liabilities (GAAP))  $127.6 Trillion 
Imaginary-Counterfeit Money  $127.6 Trillion 
Total National Assets  $145.6 Trillion 

Source: www.usdebtclock.org January 11, 2020


You can learn much more detailed information about this
Con Game/accounting fraud/Ponzi scheme by reading my websites www.usaponzi.net and www.usaponzi.com or my sixth book on USAPonzi “USAPonziC which is available on Amazon.


John W. White

Plano, TX