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20 Early Warning Signs That We Are Approaching A Global Economic Meltdown

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posted on Jan, 24 2014 @ 09:34 PM
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727Sky
Rense spouted some interesting numbers (if true) in the video about a collapse.



This video deserves to be seen by everyone! It's THAT good a rant, and the figures he puts out there are all accurate to my knowledge; thanks for posting!

And all that fake money went to pay off the banksters who robbed us, and they spent it on yachts, private islands, hookers and blow, when it could have paid off every mortgage and every student loan in the country, and paid for free education and medical care for everyone.

What with Davos this weekend, Paul Craig Roberts announcing and another source confirming this week that the gold isn't there anymore in Fort Knox or the Federal Reserve vaults in NYC, the threats of a re-valuing of multiple country's currencies including the US, and Friday's stock market correction, it's starting to look a lot like




posted on Jan, 24 2014 @ 09:39 PM
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Great!

I wouldnt worry about it theres a natural order to the universe and that order will execute like a computer program.

The syntax has already been input and the outcome is getting ready to print.

Im not afraid itll be fun. Im already surviving now throw in a couple real life mad max scenarios and im having fun what the hell!



posted on Jan, 26 2014 @ 03:15 PM
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LeaderOfProgress
Please do not confuse american ignorance with american apathy. We do not know what is goingon any more. The outside world is no longer rereported on. We no longer are connected to the rest of the world via the media. Instead we are fed lies and distractions. We are mushrooms, fed manure and kept in the dark.


The important things are that the world population is growing, the amount of land used to produce food is actually declining (just look at Zimbabwe and South Africa), Western countries have the most fertile agricultural land as well as the most generous benefits system.

Over the past 30 years, I've seen saving interest rates decline, credit card interest rates rise, the education system standards slowly reduced each year by new initiatives, restructuring, streamlining, focusing on core objectives, restrategising, prioritizing, and all sorts of other buzzwords. Companies have been bought over and asset-stripped, liquidated and sold off to foreign investors. Private pension schemes have been raided multiple times by different political parties to the point that they were abandoned. Banks get off with setting up bogus pension plan and savings schemes only to impose 40% withdrawal fees, then stock trades start speculating on the price of food and other "commodities".



posted on Jan, 26 2014 @ 03:20 PM
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In the mean time some of us have made a bunch of cash plowing snow 18 hours or more a day. Money is out there just go get it. New snow plow paid for in less than a day HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!! Life is GOOD!!!!!!!



posted on Jan, 26 2014 @ 07:39 PM
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mikell
In the mean time some of us have made a bunch of cash plowing snow 18 hours or more a day. Money is out there just go get it. New snow plow paid for in less than a day HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!! Life is GOOD!!!!!!!


I hope people are paying attention to this..



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