There’s a principle called TANSTAFFL, which stands for “There Ain’t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch”. What that means is that something doesn’t come from nothing. Anything that’s “free” has a cost which is absorbed elsewhere. There’s no such thing as “free” education; it would require an uptick in taxes for the nation in question. With lending practices, sometimes banks will give loans to those who can’t pay them back. When the loan defaults, the money to fill the gap has to come from somewhere. When a cushion, or bubble, of such sub-prime loans expands, it can result in economic collapse–just like America saw in 2008, when the subprime lending market collapsed. Kyle Bass thinks the same thing is going on in China, and that for this reason America will feel the collateral effects of their economic loss by the end of 2016. Kyle Bass could be correct, but it’s hard to say. He’s got a long history of manipulating the market for his gain, and this could be a move of that variety. In a recent FOX News article, Bass pointed out that the market collapse would be slight; there wouldn’t be a “Lehman Brothers” moment. He then went on to say that he endorsed Hillary Clinton for president in 2016, noting that she seemed to be the “most sane player”.
Kyle Bass runs CAD, the Coalition for Affordable Drugs. To make a long story short, Bass uses CAD to legally manipulate the stock market in order to drop stock values on pharmaceutical companies’ stock such that he can short-sell them and make millions. Bass is also closely involved with Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, socialist despot of Argentina. She’s defaulted her country twice, but Bass still supports her. What this indicates is a pattern of undermining big-ticket financial powers and consolidating with avowed socialists. Clinton believes in a globalist putsch, and this is likely why Bass supports her. Her views are nearest his own, and his own views have some form of de Kirchner’s socialism influencing them. So when Bass fingers China, his words should be taken with a grain of salt. All of this was originally reported by UsefulStooges in their article: https://usefulstooges.com/2015/08/24/kyle-bass-the-frantic-investments-of-a-desperate-gambler/. Definitely worth a read if you want another glimpse inside his mind.