How To Visualize “$1 Trillion” Dollars?


Table of Contents (ToC)

  1. Let’s begin with $100 in Federal Reserve Notes (FRNs)
  2. How about $1-Million?
  3. Now … what about $100-Million “Dollars” (FRNs)?
  4. And One Billion FRNs ($1,000,000,000)?
  5. Stepping It Up To One Trillion ($1,000,000,000,000)
  6. World Economy Awash With Derivatives (Paper Contracts Having Nominal Value)
  7. Make Your Bet In Their Global Casino
  8. A Rather Important Question
  9. A Quick Summary:
  10. References
  11. Further Reading
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Let’s begin with $100 in Federal Reserve Notes (FRNs)

One $100 bill

Next, let’s scale that up to a packet of one hundred / 100 x $100 bills ($10,000) measuring less than 1/2″ thick.

One Hundred $100 bills

How about $1-Million?

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Here’s that amount, represented by this relatively small pile of $100 bills at the feet of the person in the red shirt.

Note that we are now using 100 packets each of $10,000 value:

One Hundred packs of $100 bills

Now … what about $100-Million “Dollars” (FRNs)?

One Hundred Million packs of $100 bills (one pallet)

Just so happens that amount can fit nicely onto one standard wooden pallet.

But now we need transportation. It’s no longer possible to simply run off with the loot!  😦

And One Billion FRNs ($1,000,000,000)?

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Well, here is One Billion of Janet Yellen’s funny money, loaded up on pallets and ready for your wagon:

One Billion packs of $100 bills (ten pallets)

Woah! That’s quite a load!

So maybe One Trillion FRNs (or “Dollars” if you can’t shake-off the media-induced habit) is going to be ten times bigger than this? Right?


One TRILLION is either a “million million” or “a thousand billion” (depending on notation adopted: longform or shortform). In shortform notation, the amount is one followed by 12 zeros!

Stepping It Up To One Trillion ($1,000,000,000,000)

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Here is how One Trillion ‘Dollars’ (or Pounds, or Euros currency) would look like, as stacked on wooden pallets in $100 note denomination.

You will better appreciate the correct perspective if you first locate the tiny figure of that same male (wearing red shirt) who is shown standing at the bottom-left corner.

One Trillion packs of $100 bills (pallets double stacked)

Note that this Trillion Dollar consignment has been DOUBLE STACKED.

You are looking at a mass of one pallet stacked upon another, before being laid out as shown.

It is estimated the Rothschild Family alone are worth $10-Trillion … perhaps much, much more. Since about 1820, England has effectively been owned by the Rothschilds … as is Israel today.

World Economy Awash With Derivatives (Paper Contracts Having Nominal Value)

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The so-called “2008 Financial Crisis” was caused by a collapse in the global derivatives market. That is what brought down Lehman Brothers … the catalyst or trigger for the ensuing wider collapse.

As of 2012, the entire world economy was worth about $60-Trillion.

As of December 2011, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) estimated the size of the global derivatives market at $647 Trillion.

Others see its nominal worth (so long as everyone keeps playing the denial game) at something nearer $1,200 Trillion ($1.2 quadrillion)

But that BIS guestimate only includes the over the counter market (OTC). It does not include exchange traded derivatives.

The global derivatives market is unregulated and quite possibly under reported. The financial institutions have successfully lobbied for years to block any attempt at regulating the market.

Roughly 75% of the market is interest rate contracts (i.e. forward rate agreements, interest rate swaps (the largest component) and options on interest rates).

The next largest component is foreign exchange contracts and that only constitutes roughly 10% of the market.

The third largest category is credit default swaps (CDS) and that makes up roughly 4% of the market.

The remainder comprises commodity contracts (including gold and silver) and equity linked contracts.

In other words, the Western Banking System is knee deep in Jewish ‘Science’ … otherwise known as ALCHEMY.

This is precisely why the Australian, British, Canadian, European, et al economies have been uniformly unstable for so long.

Make Your Bet In Their Global Casino

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The global derivatives market is nothing more than a huge gambling casino … and worse … is mostly driven by computer algorithms acting within a system called “High Frequency Trading” (HFT).

High Frequency Trading is the modern equivalent of the old-fashioned Wash Trades, where a share or contract was sold and purchased by the same actor, for the purpose of momentarily driving up its market price.

Wash Trades were used extensively during the 1920s, contributing to the Wall Street crash. Ever since, they’ve been illegal (allegedly).

What is being presented to you in your nightly news is the intellectual equivalent of a succession of Pigs that have been dressed up with Lipstick, a Tutu, and a handbag hung on one hoof.

Despite the obviousness of the giant ruse in play, only a few feel ready to acknowledge the hoax and sham being perpetrated … on you, me, and the entire world.

A Rather Important Question

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A Quick Summary:

  • As of 2012, the entire global economy (i.e., trade flows) was worth about $60-Trillion;
  • The Net-Worth of the Rothschilds is guesstimated at somewhere between $10 and $30-Trillion;
  • By end 2011, the Basel-based BIS estimated the size of the global derivatives market at $647-Trillion (while others say $1,200-Trillion);
  • The total value of all gold ever mined is around $8 to $9-Trillion: a value that is obviously subject to Spot Market variations;
  • According to Michael Snyder of The Economic Collapse Blog in each of the fiscal years 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013, the US Government had to borrow $8-Trillion;
  • The UK’s National Statistics Agency recently added Prostitution and the import, manufacture, and consumption of illegal drugs (like crack cocaine and heroin) to official estimates of Britain’s economy. Despite this upwards adjustment, the UK’s overall GDP (including North Sea Oil and Gas) is still ‘only’ £1.5 trillion ($2.44-Trillion).


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Further Reading

Banking Cartel Has Already Destroyed The West!

Gold vs. Dollar (FRNs) … In Battle To The Death

Your Bank Accnt Is Not Yours — Comprehend Money & “Bail Ins”

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