Trust me, this time is different…

This is an excellent object lesson, from French history.

Take a look at the second chart, on the charts page.  It is just below the GDP chart.  After you read this article, in its entirety, refer back to that chart. Then, let your imagination run wild.
Housing Recovery in Perspective1

The USdollar is dead, now.  The left side of this chart is the so-called “recovery” you are being sold.  The right  side of the chart, puts it into perspective.

Are the globalists really dissolving the USA?
Do we seem to be in the final stages of liquidation?

The obvious conclusion is: Yes. The only real question is one of timing and sequence of events.  It does seem that cataclysmic events are about to capture everyone’s attention.

Its been called a paradigm shift in world affairs.
It is ugly and will get uglier.


Trust me, this time is different…

by Simon Black
February 26, 2013


By 1789, a lot of French people were starving. Their economy had long since deteriorated into a weak, pitiful shell. Decades of unsustainable spending had left the French treasury depleted. The currency was being rapidly debased. Food was scarce, and expensive.

Perhaps most famously, though, the French monarchy was dangerously out of touch with reality, historically enshrined with the quip, “Let them eat cake.”

The Bourbon monarchy paid the price for it, eventually losing their heads in a 1793 execution.  But it took the French economy decades to finally recover.

Please click the link to see the complete article.

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