The longer the boom of inflationary bank credit continues, the greater the scope of malinvestments in capital goods, and the greater the need for liquidation of these unsound investments. When the credit expansion stops, reverses, or even significantly slows down, the malinvestments are revealed.
Governments are like primitive cannibals feasting on a great treasure trove of sheeple. You can't force them out, and you can't vote them out. But you can sure as hell starve them out. When enough people pick up and leave, essentially voting with their feet, it accelerates the system crash.
The US has 75 trillions of unpaid for liabilities in a 15 trillion economy. How are we ever going to be pay for it? It's a number that cannot happen. So I don't worry about it. The far more interesting question is: what happens at the moment we realise that we can't pay 75 trillion?