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Well, everyone in my family, doesn't want to hear anything from me about it anymore. They will keep their heads buried in the sand, very few people are actually taking notice.
My mother just ignores me now....
to those who say nothing like this has occured before, I recommend reviewing the history of Zimbabwe after 1980 when the British granted it independance. I saw a lot of unnerving similarities to their 1980-2000 situation and where the US is now.
Land issues, which the liberation movement had promised to solve, re-emerged as the main issue for the ruling party beginning in 1999. Despite majority rule and the existence of a "willing-buyer-willing-seller" land reform programme since the 1980s, ZANU (PF) claimed that whites made up less than 1% of the population but held 70% of the country's commercially viable arable land (though these figures are disputed by many outside the Government of Zimbabwe). Mugabe began to redistribute land to blacks in 2000 with a compulsory land redistribution.
The legality and constitutionality of the process has regularly been challenged in the Zimbabwean High and Supreme Courts; however, the policing agencies have rarely acted in accordance with court rulings on these matters. The chaotic implementation of the land reform led to a sharp decline in agricultural exports, traditionally the country's leading export producing sector. Mining and tourism have surpassed agriculture. As a result, Zimbabwe is experiencing a severe hard-currency shortage, which has led to hyperinflation and chronic shortages in imported fuel and consumer goods. In 2002, Zimbabwe was suspended from the Commonwealth of Nations on charges of human rights abuses during the land redistribution and of election tampering.
Following elections in 2005, the government initiated "Operation Murambatsvina", a purported effort to crack down on illegal markets and homes that had seen slums emerge in towns and cities. This action has been widely condemned by opposition and international figures, who charge that it has left a substantial .....The general health of the civilian population also began to significantly founder and by 1997 25% of the population of Zimbabwe had been infected by HIV, the AIDS virus.....
Zimbabwe's current economic and food crisis, described by some observers as the country's worst humanitarian crisis since independence, has been attributed in varying degrees, to a drought affecting the entire region, the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and the government's price controls and land reforms.
My question is: Why are people in the "know" so discouraged/disappointed/upset/angry at people that don't fall in and believe what they hear at face value. No one should be expected to immediately leave their comfort zone and accept that the sky is falling. More over, what can people do? Read the same information and complete the same research, all of course, to reach the same bleak end. Lets say everyone wakes up with their eyes opened tomorrow morning - What does everyone do at this point? I ask this question with the expectation that people will post realistic responses.
Originally posted by tide88
Well I guess it is a good thing that we have that UFO technology stashed away for a time just like this one. I am sure you have all seen this thread Navy Scienctist Zip Lip On Cold Fusion Tests Could this be the technology Celente is talking about.
[edit on 27-3-2009 by tide88]
MAYFIELD, Ky. - When the wind died down and the ice storm had passed, Joe Stutzman gathered his spare lanterns and stepped out of his Amish farmhouse to lend them to his modern-living neighbors.
Originally posted by napayshni57
reply to post by Mr.Hyde
Would you be better off to learn to live off the land instead of farming the land? Would a garden make you a target? Would what you thought would save your life end up being what takes you life in the long run?
The solution phase is the one that should concern us the most. It is the phase of which the entire plot rests. The Problem-Reaction phase is designed wholly for the last piece of the plan - the Solution.
I don't have any answers either. I sit back and think what the Solution could be.
Could it be another global war? The North American Union? A One World Order? Staged Alien Invasion? Paving the way for the Anti-Christ? Exterminating millions of people through disease and famine?
On February 17, 1950, James Paul Warburg confidently declared to the United States Senate: “We shall have World Government, whether or not we like it. The only question is whether World Government will be achieved by conquest or consent.” - James Paul Warburg (1896-1969)