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Trump warns of massive recession, martial law, riots and crime waves in U.S.

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posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 12:44 AM
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originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
Trump warns of massive recession, martial law, riots and crime waves in U.S. when he gets into the oval office.....

Yep sounds about right

Why not ? This has been going on for nearly 8 years now . Just a continuation of the Obama Agenda,,,




posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 01:24 AM
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Believe nothing you hear, and only half of what you read.
Believe no one knows anything, and follow your own deluded cranial-colon-esq viewpoints.
There is no danger, everything is fine! We exterminated "survival of the fittest" back in the 90's when we started giving everyone blue participation ribbons!

OR

Consider all possibilities, listen to opinions, and consider them earnestly.
Forget the person saying them, and listen to WHAT is being said.

Prepare for the worst, or BE prepared for the worst, while hoping for the best.

Because it matters not who says the end is near; as long as you are setup it matters not when the end arrives.

Just like brand-names, people are hung up on faces and names like it matters. When a 4 year old tells you things are gonna get bad, and we need more supplies, you listen to that 4 year old, and stock up!






posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 01:54 AM
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originally posted by: tadaman
a reply to: xuenchen

They call him hitler....

Do like Hitler, reset, print new money, back it with gold in the ground. Start mining, refining oil and create jobs. Build roads and all that good stuff....and when the worlds elite come to collect old debt....refer them to an office on an army base.

Also, give the financial elite 24 hours to leave the US with what they can....have TSA check their stuff and make them pay taxes on any material wealth they try to take out of the country like jewels and gold.
Take that material wealth and give them cash.

Give them the worth in old cash backed by the federal reserve.

Call it a day and wait for Bombers overhead.

Shoot back.


Three little words that mean everything. Iceland has stones.
We have whatevers that watch the news, for better or more
likely worse for the effects. The choir of .1% are right again.



posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 05:13 AM
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Does anybody know what the banks are doing right now to "prevent" the next collapse?


Well recently here in Australia the Reserve Bank has kept interest rates at the same level; the banks are tightening lending standards more emphasis on serviceability of loans even if A & Ls look great, they are avoiding investment loans especially in the apartment sector. Recession definitely on the way for Australia. Business confidence dropped for the 3 mth in a row.

Thats on the surface, I dont know how they can avoid a collapse if the musical chairs stop. They have enacted Bail In legislation so they can steal small fry depositors savings, like the Cyprus Haircuts of '13



posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 05:15 AM
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Otherwise, he sounds like my crazy uncle from the 70's with all his doom porn nonsense


Well you can keep your head in the sand all you like, that doesn't mean the derivatives bubble of debt will go away.



posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 05:59 AM
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a reply to: TheConstruKctionofLight


Yeah, Australia's problem is the boom of the last 10-12 years was fuelled by the Chinese buying raw materials in vast quantities. Which isolated Australia from the 2008 crash.

Now the Chinese aren't buying vast quantities of raw materials, Australia sadly has a very serious problem.



posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 06:22 AM
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a reply to: TheConstruKctionofLight

This is me, over here dancing in the corner. I got nothing left to lose because the oligarchs already took it back. 35 years of taking the wine and leaving dirty water in its place. You can be scarred if you want, but I'd rather go smiling, drenched in sweat. I don't believe in saviors, and I don't see anything worth saving.



posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 06:53 AM
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I meet with my clients at their homes and driving through the neighborhoods I see a lot of 'For Sale' signs and a crazy amount of 'For Rent' signs. My brother is looking to buy a home so we've been going online to view available properties and we've been coming across a large amount of foreclosures and homes for auction.

I admit I am a little worried about another collapse.



posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 07:38 AM
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A collapse of the fiat money system is coming. We just don't know when. People have been calling for this for years and years, and eventually they will be right. Im not hedging against it by buying gold on credit cards or stocking up on bullets, but some people are.

It is in the MSM's best interest to downplay these people as "nutters" as anti consumer based behaviour is "bad" for the economy. And we all know who own's the MSM.

Politicians as well, Ron Paul knew that things were amiss and he was torpedoed by the GOP who want to maintain the status quo at all cost.

.......Now along comes the Donald, who seems to be grabbing headlines from the alt media and spouting in a way that only he can.

You can't make this stuff up. I still maintain that he won't see the nomination. He's pissing off too many powerful people.



posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 07:40 AM
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originally posted by: Painterz
a reply to: TheConstruKctionofLight


Yeah, Australia's problem is the boom of the last 10-12 years was fuelled by the Chinese buying raw materials in vast quantities. Which isolated Australia from the 2008 crash.

Now the Chinese aren't buying vast quantities of raw materials, Australia sadly has a very serious problem.


Identical situation here in Canada. Real estate is all that is left. I think our own 2008 is coming very soon and the central banks have no ammunition left to combat it.



posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 07:49 AM
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originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
Trump warns of massive recession, martial law, riots and crime waves in U.S. when he gets into the oval office.....

Yep sounds about right


 



Yep sounds about right... there... that's a good edit

Trump win of the Presidency will expose the past 8 years of economic propaganda.. the enormously false un-employment/payrolls/per capita income /and the massive under-reporting of refugee crimes by the mostly Muslim waves of lawless anti-westerners from north Africa & the Middle East distressed nations...

Trumps' administration will reveal that the falsified data of the GDP is hiding the fact the USA has never recovered from the Great Recession of 2007-08-09 and that only the transfer of wealth caused by Obamacare/ACA which is falsely termed a factor in determining GDP (just like building a cheeseburger is termed 'Manufacturing') is keeping the true 'Depression Era' label from being correctly assigned to the USA economic condition

when the Trump truth machine revs up in his first 100 days all the BS during the Bush-Obama & Congress sell-out will be exposed then the SHTF & riots will break out... the parasite refugees will be exposed, the whole. planned destruction of this Democracy-Republic will finally be exposed........

it's not that Trump causes these things.. Its' that Trump exposes the self-serving, 'T'-word behaviors that 90% of the incumbent career politicans wallow in...as sell outs to the Fascist State of a Corporate government beast



posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 07:50 AM
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The Obama administration has a new program called the HomeReady program targeting high-risk borrowers that have another person living in the household. Even though that person isn't on the mortgage loan they can use their income on the application to boost the borrower's income in order to qualify.

If that person moves out then the mortgage holder is left holding the bag!


This is just another name for Subprime!
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posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 08:40 AM
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homereadymortgage.com...

"The most notable difference that HomeReady does to determine applicants' debt-to-income ratio, so this means that it will include non-borrowers household members' incomes which extends mortgage access to multi-generational households."

In other words, you can use someone else's income to qualify for a mortgage.

This is bad news.
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posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 08:50 AM
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originally posted by: texasgirl
I meet with my clients at their homes and driving through the neighborhoods I see a lot of 'For Sale' signs and a crazy amount of 'For Rent' signs. My brother is looking to buy a home so we've been going online to view available properties and we've been coming across a large amount of foreclosures and homes for auction.

I admit I am a little worried about another collapse.


The opposite of that is here in Colorado. House rentals are gone the first day they are posted. Houses are sold for greater than the asking price. We all have some form of anecdotal data. Overall there are mixed signs of good or trouble.



posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 09:10 AM
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The opposite of that is here in Colorado. House rentals are gone the first day they are posted. Houses are sold for greater than the asking price. We all have some form of anecdotal data. Overall there are mixed signs of good or trouble.

 



from the alternative media sources I read... the house buying in California & Colorado... at top dollar prices...

is the Chinese trying to find a safer wealth preserver than what they have in China or the Stock & bond markets both in China and the USA...
I think most house investors from Asia have their allocation of gold/PMs already and need to diversify further


the USA government spins these house buyers as a sure sign the internal USA economy is growing at tremendous rates & the people are flush with cash....
the housing boom will be shown to be a false illusion by a very honest & forthright Trump as-campaigner , probably after the Nomination is made (and he has less of a chance of getting whacked by the patsy of the elite-globalist-dark government puppet masters)
once the Donald get the Nod, He will expose All,,, the masquerade of the progressive-liberal-socialists & the depression era USA $ condition



posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 09:33 AM
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I found this to explain it:

www.slideshare.net...

in it, it explains how this program was designed to meet the needs of hispanics (and probably other immigrant groups) who live more in groups than our traditional families. it also explains how mommy and daddy can provide a little income to help the kids out to get that home.. or well, now one can buy a house, and take in boarders, and their income will be included..

it's like they are finally admitting that our perception of the family, husband, wife, kids, can't bring in enough income to buy a house, so instead of taking some kind of action on that problem, well they are going another route, encouraging extended families. I don't really have a problem with the idea, I recognized awhile back that there were advantages of this, there's also some drawbacks but, financially speaking it does give more spending power to all everyone as long as they all apply themselves. But finding a home that is big enough for the parents, the kids, the grandma, grandpa, maybe a few aunts and uncles with their kids, well, such homes have not been built in a long time, not unless you are talking about the rich's palaces.

And again, they are counting on mommy and daddy, to be helping out their adult kids.... well, mommy and daddy have probably just watched the value of their own home fall through the floor and find themselves underwater, their savings accounts aren't drawing in enough interest to compensate for the inflation rate, their social security is constantly being threatened, and well, they have problems of their own, which this gives me the feeling that the gov't thinks they can solve by placing the burden on those adult kids who are wanting them to help buy that home..

but, well, let's say that mom and dad go along with this deal, and despite the problems they see coming at them, help the kids get that mortgage. the job market is hazardous, no job is assured, their future earning are more unpredictable than they have for any other other generation in the history of the country. so, if they default are they going to go back to the parents expecting them to pay? I kind of think that they are! this would force many of these parents to unload that underwater house if they can, and move in with the kids, since well, that would be the only way they could manage.

then there's the question of the boarders in such agreements, which I am personally interested in finding out since that seems to be about the only I could live without needing help from my INCOME PRODUCING kids, of which I seem to be lacking at the moment, so I was seriously looking into the possibility. There seems to be quite a few looking for boarders out there. so, would these boarders have to sign any papers from the bank? At the moment I might be one of the poorest people in the country, but I don't have any debt whatsoever, I have my rent, electricity, car insurance, and telephone/internet bill. my credit score, which was something like 750 or so when my husband passed away is now in the 600 since I don't play the banks game, but I have no debt and no desire to get into debt again in my lifetime. so, if I go and rent one of these rooms, is this the bank's way of just tricking me into joining their happy merry fold of debtors?



posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 09:51 AM
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once the Donald get the Nod, He will expose All,,, the masquerade of the progressive-liberal-socialists & the depression era USA $ condition


you really believe he is going to expose ALL??? really??? he's a very wealthy man, and well, if he exposes ALL the gig is up for everyone, even the riches of the rich lose then!!! he doesn't seem to be that kind of self-sacraficing guy to me...

but let's look at the rest of that comment for a moment.

the masquerade of the progressive-liberal-socialists & the depression era USA $ condition ------ what in hades name does that mean??? it was bush that said that outsourcing the jobs was good for the economy, wasn't it? and he really didn't do much about the immigration problem either did he? neither party will do anything about it because the business sector likes the idea of replacing their american employees with a cheaper labor force!!! and that right there is what is causing much of the economic instability! as americans incomes fall, they can't buy as much, home values can't continuously go up if american incomes don't raise also! so, they have to keep coming up with gimmicks such as the subprime mortgages to enable the "can't afford tos" to magically be able to afford!!! they can't keep raising the prices of everything and have incomes continually fall, so they keep given the poorest amoung us more and more to spend, so they will buy.

the conservative republicans have played just as much a part in creating this mess as the progressive liberals! they're like the right hand and the left hand of the devil himself! the work in cooperation with each other to obtain the goals of the brain that commands them!

trump will not destroy all they have worked for to save the country!!! it would destroy him also!



posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 10:06 AM
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Dawnstar-Thank you for that. I did know about parents of borrowers qualifying. They need to get people into homes so that their numbers can look good. Are any banksters shorting the housing market again?

I, too, live on my own and rent is getting terribly expensive. Maybe I should get a house, too. Sounds like an extremely easy way to qualify! (Snark!)



posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 10:16 AM
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they allow tiny homes in your area?

if we (by we I mean my sons and me) get our crap together (and by that I mean mostly if my kids could) maybe two or three acres of land and well a tiny house for each of us would be nice, then well when needed, there's be plenty of space to build a larger home when they needed more space. heck for me, that small little tiny house would do nicely.

another option if one had the money to do it, would be to build a larger house, with a large kitchen and living room for all to use, but then small kitchettes, bedrooms, and baths on the four corners, with three entryways.



posted on Apr, 5 2016 @ 10:22 AM
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just bumping my relevant information resources


new article here: theeconomiccollapseblog.com...

Article Title: "19 Facts That Prove Things In America Are Worse Than They Were Six Months Ago"
By Michael Snyder, on April 4th, 2016

 


this is the type information Trump is talking about...alternative media fact sources not the MSM propaganda organs for the weasles inside the DC beltway



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