Saturday, February 04, 2012

Beware The Ides Of March

The Double Blow of Economic Collapse And World War Is Coming

"The world economy is on the brink of a crisis that will end modern civilization as we know it.

Nations, or I should say banking colonies, will collapse left and right. Global poverty and unemployment rates have risen to levels that are socially and economically unmanageable under the current global financial, political, and bureaucratic system which favours the few at the expense of the many.

It is fitting that the collapse of Western Civilization is beginning in its ancient cradle, Greece. This great nation has fallen to the banksters who are behind the despotic new world order.

In the article, "Art Cashin: Beware The Ides Of March--Or Maybe A Few Days Later," journalist Gus Lubin says that global investors are expecting a structured default to take place in Greece on March 20.

Some people believe a Greek default and a collapsing global economy is a good and beneficial development for the planet, especially anti-growth radicals in elite and new age circles who are committed to the view that the planet is under attack from economic development and modern industrialization.

They don't mind seeing nations like Greece go under. They justify their economic warfare and financial looting by saying the destruction of national economies is done for the sake of the environment. But the real reason for bankrupting nations such as Greece and America is to consolidate political power and create a global authoritarian police state.

Nations that are not in the Banksters' sphere of political and economic influence like Libya are overthrown and bombed, and nations that are like America are pillaged and burned to the point of collapse."

Finalizing WW3

I've seen multiple warnings about world changing events a month from now.
Paying attention and preparing for the last several decades, even moving to a more secure location with my wife, makes me more sanguine about weathering potential storms.
A trip to Home Depot for garden preps and one last visit to Costco to become the Toilet Paper King when it all goes south and I can sit back with a bowl of popcorn.



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