posted on Dec, 28 2012 @ 05:19 PM
Well, it's actually a prediction for the spring of 2013 but it's based on the 2012 phenomenon. Here it is,
In the spring of 2013, I predict we will see a sharp increase in defaults on student loans and credit card debt, as well as an increase in
bankruptcies. After thinking more about this issue, I will also predict an increase in suicides as well as homicides, although I hate to think of such
I base this prediction on a theory I have about the whole 2012 phenomenon being either a massive psy-op, or just promoted by those who like to see
others scared rather then empowered.
The idea is that some people are trying to keep us down.
When people are led to believe that the end is near, it can change them.
It can change their habits, their attitudes, and their ability to plan for the future.
I wonder how many people racked up their credit cards or maxed out student loans in anticipation that the end would come Dec 21st, 2012. How many
others made similar stupid decisions over the last year? How many people were not planning on being here for 2013? How will they deal with it?
If the 2012 thing wasn’t a psy-op, I’m pretty sure something similar will be in the future. I mean just look at the effect it had on people.
Those people who maxed out credit cards or made bad decisions like that are now at a disadvantage to the rest of us who have been planning. They will
also likely have a lowered self-esteem and generally be kicking themselves in the butt. Can I say butt?