Fail to heed this final warning at your own risk!
Something bigger and more devastating than the credit crisis of 2008 is headed our way.
For most people, it will hit them like a brick wall.
It will touch Americans harder and deeper than anything else we’ve seen since the Great Depression.
I feel so strongly about the critical warning I’m about to give you, I’ve decided to document it in this article, because most people will not like what I have to say…they will find it hard to believe until they see all the facts as I present them.
Here they are for you in black and white:
In 2002, I started advising people to buy gold or silver related investments. Gold bullion sold for less than $300 an ounce back then. I’ve been pushing gold and
silver for almost 10 years now.
In 2006, I recommended my family and friends to get out of the housing market. I have nothing to hide. This is the exact e-mail alert I sent to my readers on March 1,
“The proof the party is over in the U.S. housing market could not be clearer to me. The price action of the new-home builder stocks is telling the true story—these stocks are falling in price daily and the media is not picking it up. The latecomers to the U.S. housing market may end up looking like the latecomers to the tech-
stock rally that ended so abruptly in 1999.” Canada is and always will follow S market as we are there number 1 exporter for everything.
Remember, I wrote the above in 2006 when the last thing on people’s minds were declining real estate prices.
In late 2006, I started predicting that the U.S. ,Canada and the world economy would be in a recession in late 2007. Here’s what I said back on November 13, 2006:
“It’s disappointing more hasn’t been written on the popular financial sites and in the newspapers about the real threat of a recession happening in 2007. I want my you
to be fully aware of my economic opinion: I wouldn’t be surprised to see the U.S. economy in a recession sometime in 2007. In fact, I expect it.”
Again, I wrote this back in late 2006—and everyone thought I was way off…until the actual recession hit.
By the spring of 2007, I was giving dire warnings to my family and friends about the economy. On March 22, 2007, I sent this e-mail dispatch to my contacts:
“Over the past few weeks I’ve written about subprime lenders and how their demise will hurt the U.S. housing market, the economy and the stock market. There’s no
escaping the carnage headed our way because the housing market and subprime business are falling apart. The worst of our problems, because of the easy money made available to borrowers, which fueled the housing boom that peaked in 2005, have yet to arrive.”
I was warning about the severe global recession we experienced in 2008 and 2009 long before anyone else.
And I totally predicted the 2008 economic massacre that later become simply labeled the “credit crisis.” On November 29, 2007, I wrote my followers:
“The Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500 and the other major stock market indices finished yesterday with the best two-day showing since 2002. I’m looking at the market rally of the past two days as a classic stock market bear trap. As the economy gets closer to contraction, 2008 will likely be a most challenging economic year for Americans.”
Years after I wrote the above, it was widely recognized that October 2007 was the top for the stock market. And, yes, 2008 was the worst year for the WORLD economy since the Great Depression.
Finally, I correctly predicted the crash in the stock market of 2008 and early 2009. I even wrote an obituary on the stock market in the fall of 2008 that made me
somewhat of a forecasting legend:
Here’s what I e-mail-blasted to people on October 6, 2008:
“A Stock Market’s Obituary: It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. After a strong and courageous battle, the Dow Jones fell victim to a credit crisis and finally succumbed on Friday, October 3, 2008, when it fell decisively below the mid-point between its 2002 low and its 2007 high.”
The Dow Jones Industrial fell approximately 40% after I wrote this now famous “Stock Market Obituary,” finally hitting bottom on March 9, 2009, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit 6,440.
Then…at the depth of the dark days of March 2009, I sent an e-mail alert to my contacts and told them to “jump into the stock market with both feet. “
To recap my big five predictions that all came true, I:
Told my friends to get into gold and silver in 2002;
Told them to get out of the housing market in 2006;
Predicted the recession of late 2007;
Told my friends to get out of stocks in the fall of 2008; and
Told my frienss to get back into stocks in March of 2009.
I didn’t spend the last five minutes of your time telling you about my five key predictions so I could pat myself on the back. Far from it.
In fact, I’m do allot of research and learnt allot from Chomskey over the years and Ron Paul and others who are on the same page.
What I’m about to tell you, my prediction number six, which is about to happen, is so off the wall, so controversial, I didn’t want this to happen as I see many of my famly , friends and their family and friends going through finacial hardships.
Let’s fast forward to April of 2012, where we are today.
The economy is slowing. Retail sales in the world are running at their slowest pace in five months. After trillions of dollars the government has pumped into the economy to revive it.
Last year was the worst year for new home sales world wide And a glut of foreclosed resale homes still overhangs the housing market. Housing prices are set to fall again in 2012.
What I look at, the underemployment rate (that’s the unemployment rate adjusted to include people who have given up looking for work and part-time workers who want full time work) stands stubbornly at 15%, but I beleive these numbers ar emuch higher. Canada stats are misleading, for instance part time work 18 hours a week,, low pay , and costly student debt, andd forclosures are spread across canad and every ther country. Food crisi in Hungary now, falling EU fiat dollar being bailed out in every Euro country as I write this...
Banking Cartel is still a mess. Europe’s debt crisis is a huge problem for American banks; their exposure is close to $1 trillion.
Many European countries are in a recession again and I believe the United States is into a recession. Some will call it a new recession. I will call it “Recession Part II.” But this is not the real problem.
Whil other economists will not utter the words, I will put it in writing:
“The U.S. is bankrupt.” Greece, Hungary, IceLand, Canada debt is increasing dramatically, here is a web site to veiw http://www.debtclock.ca/
The USO budget deficit this year will be $1.3 trillion. Their official national debt exceeds $15 trillion and this past summer Congress gave the Obama Administration permission to increase our debt to $16.4 trillion. The unofficial national debt in the US, when you take into account unfunded liabilities and entitlement to their
citizens, is closer to $125 trillion.
In Canada we are now feeling the strain also. Canada’s federal debt grew steadily between 5% and 10% per year until 1975 when it began to explode; growing for the next 12 years at more than 20% per year. It broke the $100 billion mark in 1981 and the $200 billion mark in 1985. While the growth slowed in 1988, our federal debt continued to climb, breaking $300 billion in 1988, $400 billion 1992, and $500 billion in 1994. It peaked in 1997 at $563 billion.
Between 1997 and 2008, it slowly declined to $458 billion. After that, it all changed. Our federal debt grew by $5.8 billion in 2008-09, by $55.4 billion in 2009-10,
$34 billion in 2010-11, $31 billion in 2011-12. It's expected to grow by $21.1 billion in 2012-13. Further, it's expected to grow until 2015-16. In just three years from 2008 to 2011 all the debt repayment ($105 billion) of the previous eight years was completely wiped out.
Canada's debt re-passed the $500 billion mark at 3:37:16 AM on November 25, 2009.
Every single person right now owes 17,000 dollars to this corrupt fractional reserve banking that is unlawful.
THE Private banking cartel HAS BANKRUPTED us and nealy every nation with these false debts.
Which currency is going to crash first?
Last year was an absolutely fascinating time for world currency markets. The yen, the dollar and the euro all took their turns in the spotlight. Each experienced wild swings at various times, but the overall theme that we saw was that faith in paper currencies is dying. The biggest reason for this is the horrific sovereign debt crisis that has swept the globe. The United States, Japan and a whole host of European nations are all drowning in debt. The U.S. and Japan are both steamrolling toward insolvency, and several European nations would have already defaulted on their debts if they had not been bailed out. So which of the major currencies of the world is going to crash first? Will one (or more) of the big currencies fall before the end of 2011? Once one major currency collapses will the rest start to fall like dominoes?
The truth is that the world has never seen a sovereign debt crisis of this magnitude in all of human history. Almost the entire globe is drowning in a sea of red ink and it has brought us right to the brink of financial disaster.
So which of the currencies of the world is going to be the first to come crashing down? Well, let's take a quick look at the yen, the euro and the dollar....
Japan has the 3rd biggest economy in the world, but they are also deeply swamped in debt. At well over 200%, the Japanese government has the biggest debt to GDP ratio of all of the major industrialized nations. In fact, it is estimated that this massive pile of Japanese government debt amounts to approximately 7.5 million yen for
every person living in the entire nation of Japan.
Japan's credit rating if the debt gets much bigger, and once confidence starts to falter Japan is going to have to start paying higher interest rates.
At some point Japan is going to be facing a financial meltdown
Several large European nations would have already defaulted on their debts if they had not been bailed out last year. Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Belgium and Spain are all on very shaky ground right now.
Right now there are all kinds of rumblings that more European nations are going to need bailouts very soon. Professor Willem Buiter, the chief economist at Citibank, is warning that quite a few EU nations could financially collapse in the next few months if they are not rapidly bailed out....
"The market is not going to wait until March for the EU authorities to get their act together. We could have several sovereign states and banks going under. They are being far too casual."
So where is all of this bailout money coming from? Well, a lot of it is coming from Germany and a significant amount of it is actually coming from the United States.
And to note the US is bankrupt as well.
But will wealthy nations such as Germany be willing to pour hundreds of billions of euros into these financial black holes indefinitely?
Are the Germans going to accept a situation where they are permanently bailing out the "weak sisters" all over the rest of the continent?
Already some politicians in Europe are calling for the European "bailout fund" to be doubled in size to about 2 trillion dollars. Other analysts believe that it is going to take at least 4 or 5 trillion dollars to properly bail out all of the European nations that need it.
In any event, the truth is that the situation is really, really bad. If at some point the bailouts stop, the defaults are going to begin.
The US Dollar
The United States has the biggest national debt of all. The 14 trillion dollar threshold has just been crossed, and the national debt is now less than 300 billion dollars away from the 14.294 trillion dollar debt ceiling. If the U.S. Congress does not raise the debt ceiling, the U.S. government will shortly begin to default on its debts. Of course everyone fully expects that the U.S. Congress will indeed raise the debt ceiling just like they have every time before.
However, U.S. politicians are not going to be able to keep kicking the can down the road forever. Today the U.S. national debt is more than 14 times larger than it was just 30 years ago. Everyone around the world is beginning to realize that this debt is not even close to sustainable. Investors are beginning to become more hesitant about loaning the United States money. The Federal Reserve has been forced to step in and "buy" more and more of the debt the U.S. government is issuing.
Yields on U.S. Treasuries have been moving up in recent months and this will eventually become a huge problem.
Well, the sad truth is that the U.S. government has been increasingly using short-term debt.
At this point, the average maturity of U.S. government bonds has fallen to 4.4 years. This is the lowest figure of all the major industrialized nations. That means that the U.S. government must constantly roll over massive amounts of debt.
As a point of comparison, UK government debt has an average maturity of approximately 13 years. That obviously gives them a lot more breathing room.But does it since the Federal Reserve has bailed out al these other countries that are bankrupt?
For the United States, the situation will become incredibly dire if interest rates start to go up.
If interest rates on U.S. government debt reach an average of 7 percent, interest payments on the debt would gobble up approximately 45 percent of the tax revenue that the U.S. government takes in each year.
Yes, at that point the game would be over.
But what the United States has going for it that the European nations do not is that the United States can just have the Federal Reserve keep printing currency.
Unfortunately for the nations involved in the euro, they do not have that option.
That is why an increasing number of analysts believe that it will be the euro that will crash and burn first.
And I agree
There are the Elite authorities at the highest level actually want the dollar, euro and yen to fail.
Why? years of planning
Well, many of the same individuals and groups that brought us NAFTA,SPP, the WTO, the IMF, the OECD and the World Bank believe that it would be absolutely wonderful for humanity if we could all have a single, united global currency. The "chaos" produced by the fall of our existing global currencies could provide the perfect "opportunity" to provide the grand "solution" that they have been hoping to introduce all along.
All over the world top puppet politicians and financiers have been very open about the fact that a world currency is coming. In fact, men like George Soros are openly talking about these things. The United Nations has been publicly calling for the U.S. dollar to be replaced with a new global currency for some time now.
Just this week Chinese President Hu Jintao stated that "the current international currency system is the product of the past."
So will th people just sit back and accept it when their dollars are replaced with a new global currency?
Well, sadly, when things go badly most citizens seem to be willing to accept just about anything if it will mean that things will go back to "normal".
When the global economy falls to pieces, and there already lots of signs that we are on the verge of such a collapse, will the people be willing to say goodbye to the dollar if politicians from both major political parties tell them that the new global currency is the "answer" to our problems?
Hopefully the American people will wake up and will realize that "globalism" is rapidly wiping away almost everything that it means to be an "American". Now even many of our children and teens are primarily identifying themselves as "citizens of the world" rather than "citizens of the United States."
In Canada the same thing is going on, we are being led down an railway track across a canyon with the bridge not complete. The losses will be catastophic.
Even if the U.S. dollar does collapse, it is absolutely imperative that we continue to have our own national currency in Canada.
The U.S. Constitution does not make any provision for any sort of "world currency." If we allow the globalists to push a truly global currency down our throats it will be another giant step towards the creation of a totalitarian one world system.
By the end of this decade, according to the White House’s own prediction, the official national debt will surpass $20.0 trillion—not including off-balance-sheet items like old-age security, Medicare, and other government promises to its citizens.
And there’s also hidden government guarantees not on the government books…
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac own or guarantee half the residential mortgages in America. Who owns both of these companies now? Why, it’s the U.S. government. They “censured” both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac on September 7, 2008.
In effect, the government either owns or guarantees half the outstanding residential mortgages in this country. According to data compiler CoreLogic Inc., some five million home mortgages in the U.S. were either in the foreclosure process or delinquent last month, exposing our government to even more losses.
Politician after politician has failed to reduce government spending. Their belief is that spending more money will fix the economic problem. Well, they’ve spent trillions since 2008 and our economic problems are about to get worse.
The U.S. government and the politicians that run it are addicted to spending more money than the government takes in. If we look at it conservatively, and only look at the government’s “official” figures, by the end of this decade, our national debt will be about 150% of our GDP—about the same level it was after World War II.
Why we’ll never get out of this hole
After World War II, America became a superpower. Manufacturing base grew dramatically; the industrialized revolution was so great that the American dollar replaced gold as the reserve currency of other world central banks. There was a U.S. job boom.
Today, what do we have in America to carry us into the next boom? Nothing. The Internet isn’t creating jobs. Manufacturing, it’s gone to Mexico, India and China. I doubt George Washington ever envisioned a future where Americans would be suffering so much. It’s embarrassing, but true: Over 44 million people in US country are using some form of food stamps! (Source: National Inflation Association)
America, the Empire, is history. The Standard & Poor's downgrading of the U.S.'s credit rating this past August 5th, 2011 is just the beginning.
Going back in time a little…
In an e-mail I sent out on July 21, 2005, I said,
“The U.S. lowered interest rates in 2004 to their lowest level in 46 years. And what did Americans do with their access to easy money? They borrowed and borrowed some more, investing the borrowed money into real estate. Looking ahead, perhaps the Fed’s actions (of 2004) will one day be regarded as one of the most costly errors (or
planned I say) committed by it or any other banking system in the last 75 years.”
I was exactly right.
Artificially low interest rates are actually causing us harmInterest rates have remained so low for so long that inflation will become a serious problem for America in the months and years ahead. With the price of gold having risen 500% in less than a decade, gold is screaming, “inflation ahead!”
How does the government and an economy deal with inflation? Inflation is dealt with via higher interest rates. Mark my words: The artificially low interest rate policies of the past few years will come to hurt us in the form of hyper-inflation and sharply higher interest rates.
It will get worse
My prediction is not only that we are headed into Recession Part II—my prediction is that this next recession will also be much worse than the 2007-2008 recession and that it will hit as deep as the Great Depression.
No governments have no money left to bail us out during the next depression. The government is over-extended—if it was a business, it would be bankrupt right now.
The Federal Reserve has kept the economy alive the past three years by keeping its printing presses running overtime.(but this is an illusion well tey orchestate there one world currency and you and I and our children will be poverty like you never seen.
Let’s face two important facts.
The Fed can’t lower interest rates below the zero they are at today. The more money the Fed prints, the greater the risk of inflation, and the higher long-term interest rates will eventually move, stifling the economy.
Let’s move to the stock market
Did you know there is a striking similarity between the years 1934-1937 and 2008-2011?
Look at these facts:
The stock market crashes in 1929. Eighty years later, in 2008, it does the same thing.
The bear market rally that started in 1934 lasted until 1937—and took the Dow Jones Industrial Average from a level of 90 to 185, a gain of 106%. The Dow Jones then plummeted and didn’t recover until seven years later, 1944.
So similar it’s frightening: The bear market rally that started in March 2009 has lasted three years so far and has resulted in the Dow Jones Industrials rising about 100%.
If the current bear market rally follows the same path as the bear market rally of 1934 to 1937, we have only a few more months left before the next phase of this bear market gets underway, ultimately bringing stock prices below their March 2009 lows.
This time around, for reasons I’ve just explained, the after-effects of the next leg of the bear market could be much worse than the Great Depression.
At this point, I assume you are sitting there, what I say is frightening. But it makes sense, the way you’ve laid out the facts.”
“So what do I do to protect myself?”
The good news is that you could protect yourself from the economic devastation headed our way over the next six months. The better news is that, if you position your properly, starting today, you could actually survive during the next devastating down leg of this economy, while others struggle like never before.
Here are my five core beliefs about what’s headed our way.
1. The devaluation of the U.S. dollar that started in early 2009 will accelerate as the U.S. economy deteriorates.
After World War II, the US puppet government did a masterful job at convincing other countries that their foreign central banks they should have U.S. FIAT dollars as their reserves instead of gold bullion.
Sneaky but they had this plan for years in the making.
Today, 70% of world central banks have adopted the U.S. dollar as their official reserve currency.
As the value of the greenback erodes under a mountain of debt and coming rapid inflation, courtesy of too many fiat dollars in the financial system (thank you, Federal Reserve), foreigners will be dumping dollars and moving away from a system where the greenback is the official reserve currency.
Chart courtesy of www.StockCharts.com
Look at it this way. Since banking cartel puppet President Obama took office four years, the U.S. national debt has increased by about $5 trillion dollars—50%. At the same time, the Federal Reserve has increased the size of its balance sheet by $2 trillion.
Where are all these trillions coming from? In the end, I believe the U.S. dollar will collapse under a mountain of unsustainable debt.
Shorting U.S. dollars is too risky and complicated for most to undestand. But there is a simple, easier way to make real money as the U.S. dollar continues to devalue.
There is gold and silver and other precious metals will go up when the U.S. dollar declines in value.
I hope you research this and put your fiat money in precious metals,chickens, food (gardens)(ammunition) and sit back, do nothing, and watch the value of the U.S. dollar fall as inflation and the national debt of every nation rise, and just watch this investment rise in value as the months go by.
If every person on the earth started to invest in real currency of gold and silver and working with their neigbours, family, and friends to work together understandign they are all at risk under the currrent regime as some say sycopaths.
2. Gold and silver prices will continue to rise.
When we look at the price of gold bullion today in inflation adjusted terms, it would need to be trading at $2,250 an ounce to be equal to its January 1980 price high of $850 an ounce.
But my public predictions about where gold prices are headed have been much higher. I’m expecting gold to trade at $3,000 before the bull market in the yellow metal is over.
Chart courtesy of www.StockCharts.com
Here’s an important fact I want you to be aware of:
After reaching an all-time record high of $1,921 an ounce on September 6, 2011, gold bullion prices have fallen back.But this is not factual as the owners of the earth manipulate the market well they been hoarding all the gold. So these numbers are being down graded so they can push their devalued fiat cash.
But we’ve been down this road many times before! In early 2003, the price of gold bullion fell 16%; in the summer of 2006 the price of gold fell 21%; from the spring to the fall of 2008 gold prices fell 28%; in the spring of 2009 gold prices fell 15%-- and each time the price of gold bullion recovered and moved higher by year’s end.
In fact, for 11 years running the price of gold bullion has closed each year higher in price than it started the year. The recent weakness in gold bullion prices (more like a correction in an ongoing bull market) is a tremendous opportunity for smart investors.
I’m a big bull on gold. Rising inflation, a debasing U.S. fiat dollar, out-of-control puppet government spending, and a currency printing press that never seems to stop will continue to push the price of gold and silver higher.
But when I look at gold, if it moves from $1,700 or $1,800 to $3,000 an ounce over the next five years, as I expect it to, my gain will be close to 100%—as an investment, that’s not enough for me. I’m gunning for much bigger profits than that.
I'm betting on you will undestand who your enemy is and END the game.
The big winners of the gold bull market will ultimately be the who invested in real leverage.
3. The euro is also done as the U.S. dollar.
I’m blessed to be able to have educated friends in Europe to utube real information to actually what is going on as I cannot trust the owned corporate banking cartel media. Let me tell you firsthand, things are much, much worse in Europe than we read in the puppet mainstream media.
On October 27, 2011, the euro zone leaders said they would bail out Greece, with European banks taking a 50% haircut off the value of their loans to Greece. By February 20, 2012, the eurozone Finance ministers agreed to a second bailout for Greece.
Greece has technically defaulted on its debt. I believe Spain and Italy are not far behind.
Austerity measures are a difficult to sell in Europe. On the same day Greece passed its most severe austerity measures yet, February 12, 2012, 100,000,s of thousands Greek citizens took to the street in protest. A 5,000-man police army (gestopo) was not enough to stop the protestors from setting fires to buildings. In a nut shell, Athens burned as the latest Greek austerity bill was passed.
2012 will bring stronger citizen protests in Europe thanks to even more severe austerity measures that will be introduced this year. With te recent austerity budjet Harper introduced to canada.
Under bilderburg group puppet harper regime we will see more protesters joining the fight to remove the corruption. Some of the police, military will join the people to help protect their mothers, father, and family from an orchestrated depression. But some of the not-so bright paycheck morons will try and stand in the way for
liberty but will eventually pay the price as the criminal politicians, bankers in Iceland felt when they were over thrown by the people. (if you missed this I do not blame you the banking cartel owned media failed to inform you of this. But its not hard to find out if you research on utube,such sites I recommend are
Do your research as the are pushing for internet block on valuable information as the gestop locks down the interent with the newest control method to hide te truth.
Every morning, I wake up and ask this one question: when will Germany come to its senses and pull out of the euro? After all, Germany is the only real engine of the
European Economic Community. Greece’s GDP…it’s less than 10% of Germany’s GDP.
The euro has declined steadily against the U.S. fiat dollar. I actually envision a time when the struggling European countries will tire of bailing out the poorer
European countries (it’s actually happening right now), when each country will just go back to its own currency. Ultimately, the euro will die, and with it the economies of the weaker European countries: Greece, Spain and Italy will fall and create a chain reaction like we never seen.
But y hope is the people will rise up and do as Iceland the free did and tell them to shove their fiat useless debt up the rears, but until then invest in your future whiskey, ammunition, friends, family, food, and gold and be defiant to the regime for their will be a day of reconning for the free. Like the old story goes were keeping a list and were checking it twice gonna find out who has orchestrated thsi collaspe and our freedom.. I hope you do as I have.. Not going to name them on here but you all know who they are.
There’s a stock you can buy that goes up in value as the euro declines in value is education, like minded people as we are change across the world, occupy, civil liberties , canadian action party, and even the tea parties and many more are well educated.
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4. Inflation will become a real problem worldwide.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the producer price index (“PPI”) is running at 4.1% per year.
While few are talking about it, inflation is a real problem in America. That’s what the rise in gold price has all been about: Gold is screaming: “Higher inflation ahead!”
Thanks to years of monetary policies that promoted artificially low interest rates and printing presses churning out dollars in overtime mode, hyperinflation and American sovereign debt issues will become the biggest obstacles for the United States for the remainder of this decade and well into the next decade.
This well orchestrated plan will empovish the entire world and make a very small few wealthy and in control of food (Monsanto) private army (Blackwater) new currency (RFID chipping to every citizen who fall into their trap of enslavement) the rest will be extermintated at your nearest (FEMA CAMP).
Lastly privitizing water,food,shelter you will live in highly contrlled areas, travel will become a thing of the past, but in time through years of indocrination like cattle in the fenced in area will not understand or care why they are used nly for one purpose.
After falling for 30-years, short-term interest rates are bottoming out. The long-term 10-year U.S. Treasury, it’s yielding a pathetic 2%-- a 50-year low. All cycles come to end. And I believe we are near the end of a long-term down cycle in interest rates.
While it may difficult to see today, and as crazy as it may sound, the government will raise interest rates to fend off inflation—just like it did in the early 1980s..where most just forclosed on their morgages.
Higher interest rates will also put the proverbial remaining nails in the coffin known as freedom and liberty.
Now you see why I said at the very beginning of this that it’s not for the faint of heart. Imagine government, the economy, housing prices and the stock market all collapsing at the same time?
But, for the educated person, there is more than just hope. As history has shown us, where there is fear, there is a oppurtinity to unite.
Freedom will be made as the decline in the value of the U.S. dollar continues, as gold and silver prices rise, as the euro collapses, as inflation sets in and as the stock market succumbs to the devastation of the economy. You need to position yourself to be among those precious few making a difference.
There is no doubt about it. I’m worried about our economic future and I know many are worried about our economic future. When I walk through our streets and see homeless people and the lineups of our fellow human forced to use food banks and the salvation army because the system is failing. These show me are getting close.
That’s why I am trying to Alert you.This is all about—helping our citizens learn, educate and understand why the fiat money system will make everything around us falls apart.
The fiat paper will continue to fall in value against other world currencies and we’ll make real currency money from it.
The 11-year old gold bull market will continue e’ll have silver and gold.
The Euro will evaporate we’ll have silver and gold.
Inflation will become a real problem world wide and we’ll have silver and gold.
I’ve told you about my five major predictions and how they’ve already come true.
I’ve given you critical warning what I believe.
And I’ve given you the answers on how to protect you and your family from the financial catastrophe headed our way.
stock pile food, water, prescriptions,start a garden, collect water in barrels.
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