If You're Thinking about Evacuating to the Southern Hemisphere, Then You'd Better Have Enough Gold to Last the Rest of Your Life
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
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
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!
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