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Excellent "survival Podcast"

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posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 02:29 PM
A particularly insightful (Jack Spirko's) "survival podcast":
I.e. Key indications of Where we are on the "economic collapse timeline" and the historically anticipated stages to come .

Have many 401Ks already been covertly “nationalized”
How money market accounts are seen as a threat by the Federal Reserve
What do the stages of an economic collapse look like
What stage of collapse do you feel we are in right now
What is a “pocket of freedom” in the world of alternative housing
Another way to crack the over reach of government, honest prosecutors
Young people with a message of how we can change the world
Why an ideal higher then seems reasonable is what we need to achieve the best we are capable of
Jack explains some indicators (bonds/401k's quietly being converted to holda percentage of "govt debt" through regulation.)
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posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 04:01 PM
Thanks for the heads up...

Also several videos by Jack on YT:

A visual representation of Jack Spirko's podcast speech in answer to a video called "If I Wanted America To Fail". I suggest you watch "If I Wanted America To Fail" first, then watch this video. The video that spawned this passionate solution oriented video has scary truths in it. Jack is right here, it is up to YOU how you live and up to YOU on how you save America."

Podcast is located at

"Jack's podcast teaches skills such as gardening and permaculture, food storage techniques, alternative investing strategies, keeping small livestock, home energy production, food preservation, and creating individual liberty."

"I love this presentation. I listened to the audio version this Monday. I really recommend this presentation!"

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posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 04:06 PM
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Jack does a fine show... I usually download a week's worth of episodes, save them, and listen while I am out doing yardwork..

I love the wide ranging topics, and usually come away having learned something

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