The globalists have destroyed the world in multiple ways.
They assure us that they should be trusted to fix what they intentionally broke…
All indications point to a life more difficult, for everyone.
They good old days are behind us. Imagine life as it was in the civil war – The War of Northern Aggression. Or life as it was in the early 1800s.
The globalists are dissolving the USA and the other major economies of the world. We seem to be in the final stages of liquidation.
How will you feed yourself and your family?
What will a hungry man do, as he watches his family starve to death?
How will you keep warm? How will you pay your property rents (taxes)? How will you defend yourself, your family and your property?
How do you stand with the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob?
There are many threats and risks to your very existence. Identify them as best you can, and prepare accordingly.
Not long ago, Jim Willie said that you could smell a Pearl Harbor event approaching. Right now, it looks ever so imminent, as the manipulated stock market just dropped more than 1%. Why did the pump monkeys get some time off?
Christine Lagarde, managing director of the IMF, is really not too bright.
By Staff Report
Monday, February 25, 2013
Dominant Social Theme: If we don’t make it in 2013, the world as we know it will disappear.
Free-Market Analysis: While this speech was made a while ago at Davos, we think it is worth noting as Ms. Christine Lagarde is enunciating a significant dominant social theme – that the West is surely destined to perish if savvy officials don’t make the proper decisions.
The West is in terrible trouble anyway, economically, most from the decisions of this self-appointed elite that has used central banking as a weapon of creative destruction. Having obtained the awesome power of money printing, elites printed too much of it, probably on purpose, and thus crashed economies first in the US and then in Europe.
Now, Ms. Lagarde indicates (and surely she will repeat this meme) that the same mechanism and leadership that brought us to our current situation are to be entrusted with critical decisions in 2013. Here’s more from the article:
Policymakers have to stay focused on the medium-term plan to reduce debt. The same goes for Japan,” Lagarde said. In Europe, although 2012 saw many policy actions such as the institution of the European Stability Mechanism, more work remains. “We need to make sure we guard against relapse – which will happen if we don’t keep at it. More importantly, it’s not time to relax.” “