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If You're Thinking about Evacuating to the Southern Hemisphere, Then You'd Better...

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posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 10:06 AM
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If You're Thinking about Evacuating to the Southern Hemisphere, Then You'd Better Have Enough Gold to Last the Rest of Your Life


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Why the Mainstream Media Is So Hush-Hush about Fukushima


I say that you'd better have enough gold to last the rest of your life because your U.S. currency will not be worth a plug nickel when people like you exit en mass.

People seem to think that fiat money (money off the printing press) has no backing. Well, it has.

Fiat money is backed up by what people believe that it will buy whether that is goods, services or real estate.

People's leaving the U.S. en mass due to the dangers of radiation is like a vote of no confidence in the value of U.S. real estate, and so worldwide consensus will deem such real estate to be worthless. Hence, the fiat money of the U.S. will lose a huge amount of its backing.

With people leaving en mass, all forms of tax revenue for a financially shaky government will drop like a rock causing default and governmental bankruptcy.

If many of you leave the country, not only will your money go worthless, but you will also lose any Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security payments, and food stamps that you think that you may have. Moreover, the country to which you flee may have restrictions on your ability to find work. And so, I tell you, if you leave, then you'd better make sure that you have enough gold to last the rest of your life... and keeping that gold safe while in transit and even later may pose a problem for you.

The powers that be (TPTB) don't want to see any of this happening. They would lose a huge portion of their great wealth with the nation's currency going worthless, but, even more importantly, with their country melting down along with Fukushima, TPTB don't want to relinquish their power and position.

If the TPTB lose their power and position, then, in their new homes in the Southern Hemisphere, they will be singing, "I was bread in old Kentucky, but I'm just a crumb down here."

The mere thought of any of this is absolutely abhorrent to the TPTB, and so they are stalling for time hoping against hope that the Fukushima situation will turn around.

And so, you have a person in a position of authority in Japan telling an academic there, "Don't say anything to cause panic." The situation in Japan is pretty much the same as here. Japanese TPTB don't want to see the demise of their nation and, along with it, the value of their currency and the power and position of TPTB.

Just as the academic was told "Don't say anything to cause panic," so, too, was the mainstream media.

You know, California, may be the first "to go" even before Japan. California has been in a precarious financial situation for some time now. If people exit California, they will simply be walking away from their mortgage payments. You know, there is some pretty valuable (that is, previously valuable) real estate in California. With mortgage defaults en mass, banks will go belly up so much so that the meltdown of California may very well bring down the rest of the U.S. economy, and maybe even the whole world's economy.

I heard that Russia offered to take in the entire population of Japan during the Fukushima crisis, but the offer was declined. Why? Well, if you had read the preceding paragraphs, you would know why.

There's talk about starting up Japan's other nuclear reactors and talk about Obama wanting to construct three new ones in the U.S. NONSENSE! This is not, as commonly believed, to protect the nuclear power industry. There is no real intention of doing any of these things. This is just confidence-building talk by confidence men to get people to stay put in order to preserve the currencies of Japan and the U.S. and to keep these countries in existence. Similarly, there is no real intention of bringing back residents to certain areas within the restricted zone near Fukushima. In fact, with this announcement, they admitted: "Well, if conditions warrant a postponement, then there will be one." It's all really silly "trash talk" from TPTB and their silly [desperation] positive thinking.

BTW, dishonest people are more likely to engage in positive thinking to pull off their capers than upstanding people... AND IT WORKS FOR THE DISHONEST ONES! This is why Jesus Christ came along and told his followers (who were anything but TPTB) to have faith for faith can move mountains. Similarly, Christ advised his followers to be like the people of the world who use money to make friends.

BUY GOLD WHILE YOUR MONEY IS STILL ABLE TO DO SO!

P.M.
edit on 1-6-2014 by theworldisnotenough because: .




posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 12:17 PM
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a reply to: theworldisnotenough

how many millions would have to leave to have any real effect on the dollar? The more that leave makes everything here cheaper then? Sounds like another doom and gloom porn theory to me!



posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 12:59 PM
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a reply to: theworldisnotenough

Do you have any sources for the claim there's no intention in building any of the nuke plants and that they're just for confidence building?
Do you have any sources for the claim the fiat currency 'is' backed up? My understanding there was supposed to be gold to back it up but that the notion is otherwise.
The fiat currency (and economy in its totality) is fake and unnecessary by the elites to have/do anything. If you have power you do not need any money, or gold, you just use and take and let all the peons believe otherwise. There already is far better energy options, nuclear and coal are obsolete so 'why' are they even used at all is the big question...?
I agree it would take a lot of mass exodus to make any difference in the US (fake) economy - but 99% of the population doesn't even realize Fukushima is 'still' a problem or that three buildings were demolished in 9/11. TPTB will do whatever they want with all the global economies because they control and manipulate each and every one of them. Wars are created by them, not us. Oil and gas prices are set by them, not us.
Southern hemisphere - sounds much better than the Northern one - land is still very cheap to buy and the cost of living is manageable. Trading skills (like haircutting, small motor repair, etc) are also valuable tools.



posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 01:17 PM
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a reply to: theworldisnotenough


People seem to think that fiat money (money off the printing press) has no backing. Well, it has.

Not if theres too much of it around. Then its just wall paper.

There is no safe place from what has been and continues to be released from Fukushima.

ETA: adding longer segment from VICE


edit on 1-6-2014 by intrptr because: changed YouTube to longer vice segment



posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 01:35 PM
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You leave here they will still track you down...



posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 01:48 PM
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originally posted by: wishes
a reply to: theworldisnotenough

... you just use and take and let all the peons believe otherwise.


In light of everything, I think that now would be a good time to question whether there is still gold in Fort Knox.

Ditto for the gold supposedly in the vault below the New York Federal Reserve Bank.

When the time comes, will the peons be led to believe that the gold had to be left behind because it became too radioactive?

P.M.



posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 02:18 PM
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Why do you think that gold will be any better? Fiat currencies under the control of democracy - not central banks - is the safest currency. Gold can be cornered and manipulated. There is only so much.

How are you going to buy the gold? Cash? Property? There are people out there with waaaay more of that than you have and they can buy waaaay more gold than you can. Once they purchase the bulk of it, they can sit on it and dictate what it's worth based on what the market will bare. Much worse than what we have today.

Your from the US? Don't you remember Colonial script? It worked well if I am not mistaken till the British came over to slap it out of your hands.



posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 02:22 PM
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originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: theworldisnotenough


People seem to think that fiat money (money off the printing press) has no backing. Well, it has.

Not if theres too much of it around. Then its just wall paper.

There is no safe place from what has been and continues to be released from Fukushima.

ETA: adding longer segment from VICE



Thank you for your video which had you not posted I would not have seen this soon......

Scary....

I have been living in the UK now for 30 years and homesick for my home area in California...... hmmmmm perhaps a blessing I am not there!!!!

I have just posted this to many people and on other sites so please not this your post is traveling further than you imagined when posting.... That is my star by the way! I knew it was bad but not had an update in now understood far too long....

Make sense since Tuna is now at an all time low in cost. Being a Disabled VN era vet I do eat Tuna and very concerned... Since viewing this video I have decided once the cupboard is bare not to purchase any more....

The question that comes to mind repeatedly is Why in heavens has all the countries in the world buried their heads and there is no joint efforts to contain this problem... Why is not the Universities not putting their wanna be PhDs in projects to solve this problem for the world????? Too many questions and since nobody is talking about this there is nobody to ask....

Thanks again for your linked video and post!!!



posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 02:47 PM
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a reply to: theworldisnotenoughWhat will gold and silver be worth when i teach everyone how to make it at home?



posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 03:35 PM
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I'm afraid if TSHTF you're a bigger target with gold when the fiat currency is toilet paper

Governments and warlords will kill you for it and of the grid it'll be dog eat

Don't delude yourselves



posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 03:42 PM
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a reply to: theworldisnotenough
by the way,half of south america is still on the pacific side,the radiation won't worry about borders.



posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 04:20 PM
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originally posted by: blkcwbyhat
a reply to: theworldisnotenough
by the way,half of south america is still on the pacific side,the radiation won't worry about borders.


And radiation down by South America way should not be your primary concern.

Suffocation should be.

Not much is said about this eventuality.

A lot of people don't know it, but oceans are responsible for more oxygen in the air than rainforests are... and the Pacific Ocean, the largest one, is DYING.

You know, the oxygen content of the air already is far lower than it had been at the prior turn of the century.

Radiation (depending on the strength) can take years to kill you. Suffocation due to insufficient oxygen can kill you in minutes. Sixteen percent concentration of oxygen in the air is the minimum, I am told, for humans.

So, maybe gold should not be your only priority for continued living in the Southern Hemisphere. An oxygen generator (plus backups and portable ones) should, likewise be a priority.

P.M.



posted on Jun, 1 2014 @ 04:59 PM
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a reply to: IceHappy


The question that comes to mind repeatedly is Why in heavens has all the countries in the world buried their heads and there is no joint efforts to contain this problem… Why is not the Universities not putting their wanna be PhDs in projects to solve this problem for the world?????

Because they put all their brain power into preventing radioactive release from happening in the first place. Even though they knew it wasn't enough (in worse case scenarios) they accepted the "it'll never happen" assurances and the promises to improve containment and waste management over time.

Now we're here and the worst case is a reality. Unfortunately, there is no cleaning up the unstable atoms from the environment, no sieve is fine enough. The only thing that diminishes radioactivity is decay over time. The best the Japanese will be able to do is move the stuff around to give the appearance that they are solving this fundamental problem. When in reality they are spreading the waste more with each futile gesture.



posted on Jun, 16 2014 @ 08:52 PM
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Out of the frying pan and into the fire.

Evacuating to the southern hemisphere would be a very temporary reprieve, to be followed by a different flavour of hell.

My niece is young enough to consider immigrating to the antipodes, but what's the point?

Last week she competed in the 'Escape from Alcatraz' Triathlon in San Francisco and was awarded an all expenses paid training camp in Hawaii this fall leading up to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

I don't have the heart to tell her there isn't going to be another Olympics in Tokyo, ever.



posted on Jun, 16 2014 @ 10:48 PM
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Yes,people should leave their homes and join Russia.
Or maybe the free countries of North Korea and Cuba.
Because there's lots of supreme happiness for people there,and no evil banker,actually there's no corruption.Everyone is happy and ethical and clean thanks to their Beloved Leaders and Beloved Parties.

But America,blah.I think you should be the first to go,and then all others.
I'm sure asipiring immigrants such as me and my wife will love the good-paying jobs,supermarkets full of food,having a nice(if rented) apartment when we get there and who knows,maybe even a cheap car(used?) on our first year there.

Where I live we couldn't afford the cheapest used car if we saved for 3 years wtihout spending a single dime. Also,if we had the car we'd had to pray 16 hours a day just so it doesn't fail or gets stolen because pieces are not just scarce but expensive.
Scarce and expensive like food,snacks,good clothes,deodorant,toothpaste and anything else really.

But hey,we're free right?

Go and leave America,come and experience the outer world,you won't be bored here. Just be a good god-fearing,human-loving samaritan and give us all that money you're willing to leave behind. PLEASE.
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posted on Jun, 17 2014 @ 07:29 AM
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originally posted by: metodex
Yes,people should leave their homes and join Russia.
Or maybe the free countries of North Korea and Cuba.


The concept of Northern and Southern Hemispheres seems to allude you.

You'll fit right in.



posted on Jun, 17 2014 @ 07:40 AM
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so, why would the price in dollars per once of gold be dropping?...if I had bought gold at the panic price of a couple years ago (1800 bucks), I would have lost more than 500 bucks per once by now....go buy gold yourself, I'll wait till it gets lower. you seem to forget...which currency is the most stable right now? that tells you everything you need to know.



posted on Jun, 17 2014 @ 07:41 AM
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originally posted by: Psynic

My niece is young enough to consider immigrating to the antipodes, but what's the point?

Last week she competed in the 'Escape from Alcatraz' Triathlon in San Francisco ...




WHAAAAAATTT??

Strenuous exercise outdoors especially in California is very ill-advised what with all the of the Fukushima cesium 137 that's reputed to be in the air. Cesium 137 has been found to be immediately harmful to heart muscle. Once cesium 137 enters the body and does its damage, subsequent exercise can very well result in a heart attack. I wonder where this state of affairs will leave the future of marathons.



originally posted by: Psynic

... and was awarded an all expenses paid training camp in Hawaii this fall leading up to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

I don't have the heart to tell her there isn't going to be another Olympics in Tokyo, ever.



WHAAAATT??

An authority on the subject in a Youtube video warned "Stay away from Hawaii!!"

P.M.



posted on Jun, 17 2014 @ 11:17 AM
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WHAAAATT??

An authority on the subject in a Youtube video warned "Stay away from Hawaii!!"

P.M.


I'm not finding much on YT with any credibility and previously posted stuff has disappeared.

Do you have any links?



posted on Jun, 17 2014 @ 02:58 PM
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originally posted by: Psynic



I'm not finding much on YT with any credibility and previously posted stuff has disappeared.

Do you have any links?



I am pretty sure that the authority that I had in mind was Leuren Moret.

A Youtube search on the terms "Fukushima Hawaii" returns the follow video as the top search result:

Fukushima radiation has made Hawaii and Pacific islands unsafe for humans

P.M.




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