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Years Ago, I Predicted a Disaster Would Result In Hyperinflation for the United States

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posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 08:00 AM
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I did not envision a disaster like Fukushima.

What I had more in mind were things like drought, locusts, or the decline in pollinating bee populations causing a worldwide famine.

It looks like the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster is taking out the whole Pacific Ocean and, along with it, a vast supply of seafood.

China supposedly has relied on the Pacific Ocean for a big portion of its food supply, and, as of this date, I have yet to learn what is going on with the Chinese fishing industry despite the fact that, earlier, I posted an inquiry about this. So far, I have learned only that Mexico has banned the fishing of tuna due to radiation concerns, this information having come from Jeff Rense.

The very misguided trade policy of the United States resulted in a huge trade deficit which has skewed much of the U.S. money supply to places like Arabia, China, and India. Years ago, I heard that over 90% of U.S. currency was circulating outside the United States.

When the death of the Pacific Ocean really, really puts a big strain on the worldwide food supply, foreigners with fistfuls of cash will buy up the food from our own breadbasket, the "Breadbasket of the World," thus outbidding us for our own food.

This state of affairs will flip our huge trade deficit into a huge trade surplus overnight with much currency flowing back into the United States economic unit. With the U.S. then being cash rich, prices in the United States for EVERYTHING WILL GO SKYROCKETING... HYPERINFLATION!!

Do you see how misguided the trade policy of the U.S. has been?

Well, what would you expect when the powers-that-be were relying on monetary manipulations rather than on true managerial talent to keep the economy afloat, and, so, to lend backing to the over-prolifically produced U.S. dollar, the government heavily relied on the populations of foreign countries and their economic output? However, with ever more money flowing off the printing presses, the whole thing morphed into a Ponzi Scheme of sorts with ever more foreigners and their production being needed to back up the ever mounting newer and newer [funny] money.

So, in closing, I'd like to say that if the radiation of Fukushima doesn't get you, its attendant food shortages, hyperinflation, and poverty will have you starving to death courtesy of the United States Government, the Federal Reserve Bank, and General Electric (that is, if you don't suffocate to death first due to the declining oxygen output of the Pacific Ocean).

P.M.




posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 08:53 AM
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are you psychic? no, then don't quit you're day job S+F for the doom gloom though I #en love it



posted on Sep, 30 2014 @ 03:33 AM
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a reply to: nrd101

Here we go again!!!

OP, please post one credible link that states that Fukushima is taking out the Pacific Ocean. You tube videos do not count, only source from trusted mainstream media please. We will be waiting.

PS... This thread doesn't even belong in this forum. Your stretching really really hard to make a Fuku connection that doesn't exist to hyperinflation in the US.

OOPS: that was intended for the OP.

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posted on Sep, 30 2014 @ 03:46 AM
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originally posted by: RickinVa
a reply to: nrd101
...only source from trusted mainstream media please.


Do you realise what you just said there? Since when has the MSM been trustworthy? They all have their own agenda. There is no such thing as impartiality in the MSM, you cannot possibly trust them to deliver the full truth on anything.



posted on Sep, 30 2014 @ 03:53 AM
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originally posted by: Firefly_

originally posted by: RickinVa
a reply to: nrd101
...only source from trusted mainstream media please.


Do you realise what you just said there? Since when has the MSM been trustworthy? They all have their own agenda. There is no such thing as impartiality in the MSM, you cannot possibly trust them to deliver the full truth on anything.


Yes I did... read back through all of the other crazy posts the OP has made in the last month or so, in just this forum, and you will see why..... constantly making all sorts of conclusions without a shred of evidence to back up anything they say. Some unknown dude on you tube does not count as a credible source.

This constant onslaught of poorly scripted doom porn is getting really really old.

MODS: Please move this thread to "Predictions & Prophecies"... let them deal with it.


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posted on Sep, 30 2014 @ 05:01 AM
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a reply to: theworldisnotenough

Years ago you say OP ......I actually predicted on ATS years ago anyone making under 15 dollars an hour will be screwed because of inflation. Point being you would have to be pretty stupid not to see what is happening.




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posted on Sep, 30 2014 @ 08:04 AM
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originally posted by: SubTruth
a reply to: theworldisnotenough

Years ago you say OP ......I actually predicted on ATS years ago anyone making under 15 dollars an hour will be screwed because of inflation. Point being you would have to be pretty stupid not to see what is happening.



There is a big difference between inflation and hyperinflation.

It's been said that more empires were brought down by deflation than by inflation.

Hyperinflation, however, is yet another story.

Did you predict that a worldwide famine would result in hyperinflation?

BTW, it's been said that a mere five percent reduction in the food supply can result in a "famine."

P.M.



posted on Sep, 30 2014 @ 02:41 PM
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a reply to: theworldisnotenough

1. Years Ago, I Predicted a Disaster Would Result In Hyperinflation for the United States

2. Very first line of post: I did not envision a disaster like Fukushima

You state you made a prediction. You have no proof of said prediction other than your word, which trust me on this, will get you absolutely nowhere on ATS.

So basically what your is saying is this.... I am now claiming that I once (at some past point) made a prediction that had absolutely nothing to do with Fukushima at the time it was made. I can offer no proof such as a dated document of said prediction.

and I quote: "What I had more in mind were things like drought, locusts, or the decline in pollinating bee populations causing a worldwide famine.

You had these in mind because prior to Fukushima, some of those things like the declining bee population was being widely discussed prior to and since Fukushima.

Now that Fukushima has happened, you are attempting to go back and modify your prediction to make Fukushima fit in.

And lastly: It looks like the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster is taking out the whole Pacific Ocean and, along with it, a vast supply of seafood.

Who told you that Fukushima is "taking out" the Pacific Ocean? any credible source at all? No, some unknown guy on You Tube and especially Jeff Rense DO NOT count as credible sources by any means.


So in conclusion, lets once again analyze another ground breaking post by the OP:

No wait, I do not have to analyze anything..... The OP did an excellent job of destroying their own thread within the first 3 sentences.

Lay off of You Tube, delete any links or materials you have to Jeff Rense, take two aspirin and call us tomorrow.

And stop making these asinine posts every other day.

Seriously. You can't see all the contradictions in just the first 3 sentences of your post? No one with a logical mind needs to read any further than just those first 3 sentences to be able to quickly conclude that this thread is nothing but an attention seeking big ole pile of male bovine doody.

I can't believe this thread is being allowed to stay in this forum. Especially when the title is about making a prediction and the very first line of the post eliminates Fukushima as not even remotely related to the prediction at the supposed time it was made. All the OP did was use the word "Fukushima" to justify placing it this forum as opposed to "Predictions and Prophecies" which is where I honestly think it belongs.
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posted on Sep, 30 2014 @ 03:42 PM
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The US and France have dropped hundreds of nuclear weapons in the Pacific Ocean to with no effect on fishing so please lets not pretend that what happened in Japan was even close to that. Not to mention that nobody seems to be complaining about a lack of fish anywhere in Asia and it has been 3 years. On top of that, I am not even going to start with the complete lack of logic in your hyperinflation nonsense.



posted on Oct, 22 2014 @ 10:03 AM
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originally posted by: MrSpad
The US and France have dropped hundreds of nuclear weapons in the Pacific Ocean to with no effect on fishing so please lets not pretend that what happened in Japan was even close to that. Not to mention that nobody seems to be complaining about a lack of fish anywhere in Asia and it has been 3 years. On top of that, I am not even going to start with the complete lack of logic in your hyperinflation nonsense.


The amount of fissionable material in all those bombs COMBINED are a mere fraction of what Fukushima Daiichi has pumped into the Pacific.

Sneering condescension is not appropriate from someone such as yourself.

The OP puts forth ridiculous hypothesis in order to make a mockery of Fukushima.

"Nobody complaining about the lack of fish" is beyond incorrect.

Fish stocks have plummeted and many commercial fisheries, such as the Canadian Sardine Industry are completely GONE!



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