posted on Aug, 3 2011 @ 08:44 PM
Just took it, thanks for another interesting survey.
Essentially I see "worse" conditions ahead in the short term, but "much worse" in the long, with depressionary tendencies uniting the two rancid
phases. Actually I believe future historians and economists will date the current malaise from the 2008 financial crisis. I do not see a tendency
toward conspiracy-style manipulation on a global macroeconomic level in the sense of a "smoke-filled room" of gentlemen hashing it out...the world is
far too complex for that. However, within sectors and certain spheres of influence" there are big players who hold enormous influence. At the very
top, however, the pyramid cap is not yet in place, as it were, IMHO. For now at least.
The decline will be long-term and essentially across the board as the barriers between the first and third worlds collapse. The collapse will be
uneven and some will even prosper. But for most it will be a long, slow, downward grind into increasingly miserable conditions. Many will be so
steeped in denial they will not even notice. There will be a whole host of "experts" to help them stay this way. Conditions will increasingly vary
Those of you who started preparing 3 or 5 or more years ago hopefully know what is coming down the pike. The rest, its never too late. I will look for
you on the other side. God Bless.
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