Another Apocalyptic Possibility

There’s nothing like apocalypse to concentrate the mind. Big explosions. Fire. Hysteria. Neighbors running amok. People with too much time on their hands starting websites with ominous names like OmegaShock… Yeah. Apocalypse. Of course, ‘apocalypse’ doesn’t mean ‘destruction’, ‘end of the world’, etc. It is literally an anglicization of a Greek word that means “lifting the veil”, or “revelation”. For instance, I might say that I had an apocalypse yesterday when I realized that I’m not as smart as I thought I was. While that kind of apocalypse might seem like the end of the world, my wife assures me … Click here to read the rest…

Americans Suffering Real Hunger

This is both shocking and heart-rending. In a recent Gallup poll, when asked “Have there been times in the past 12 months when you did not have enough money to buy food that you or your family needed?”, 19% said “yes”. When asked the same question to citizens of China, only 6% said “yes”. 19% of Americans? That is beyond awful, and I hope that this acts as a wake up call for those of us who have grown complacent, thinking that ‘someone else’ will take care of the problem. To add emphasis to the above, another Gallup poll indicates … Click here to read the rest…

Rise of the Flea Party

That’s right. The Flea Party – as in wingless, blood-sucking parasites. As economic devastation rolls down on us it’s always nice to know that useful idiots will always rise to any idiot occasion with a completely idiotic frequency. I’ve often said that liberalism is politics for those who can’t do math, and it’s well-known that idiots can’t do math. (I sense a connection) Is it therefore any wonder to mathematically-challenged idiots raging in the streets because there are people doing really, really good, while everyone else is doing just… well… …good. What else would you call the poor in America … Click here to read the rest…

Municipalities File for Bankruptcy

This is bad folks – really bad. And, I don’t think that this is on anyone’s radar. Think of how many organizations and people have municipal bonds. Retirement funds. Banks. Insurance companies. Sovereign wealth funds. Think also of the retirement programs administered by these municipalities. Filing for bankruptcy is an easy way to dump those. Blood is going to run in the streets over this. This is from shtfplan.com: Capitol of Pennsylvania Files for Bankruptcy Protection Back in December of 2010 we published a report in which well known bank and economic analyst Meredith Whitney warned of the coming debt … Click here to read the rest…

Germany Pushes for Greek Default

This isn’t looking good. It seems that Germany doesn’t want to throw good money down a black hole, so they’re pushing for Greece to default. I don’t think that anyone really knows what happens next, but I’m not betting that it’s going to be anything good. Here’s the article from The Telegraph: German push for Greek default risks EMU-wide ‘snowball’ Germany is pushing behind the scenes for a “hard” default in Greece with losses of up to 60pc for banks and pension funds, risking a chain-reaction across southern Europe unless credible defences are established first. By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, 10 Oct … Click here to read the rest…

My 23 of the Top 100 Economic Collapse Stats

Hey, it’s Monday. What could be better on a Fall Monday like this than to run down the top statistics that indicate that we are heading straight for economic collapse – from an sunny, uplifting web site titled “The Economic Collapse“. You agree? Well, come on over and take a look at 23 of these fabulous gems. #99 During the Obama administration, the U.S. government has accumulated more debt than it did from the time that George Washington took office to the time that Bill Clinton took office. #89 According to a new study conducted by the BlackRock Investment Institute, … Click here to read the rest…

Economic Apocalypse in Less Than 21 Days?

It’s Friday. You do NOT want to hear bad news on a Friday. I don’t want to hear bad news on a Friday. I don’t want to WRITE about bad news on a Friday. Fridays are for fun stuff and leaving work early. Fridays are for thinking about that awesome weekend project that you’ve been working on. Fridays are NOT for economic devastation and global financial apocalypse. Unfortunately, that’s what we’ve got. And no, what I’m going to write about on Monday isn’t really any better. It’s also going to be about apocalypse. Here’s a bit of video to rub … Click here to read the rest…

EMP is Taken More Seriously

Unfortunately, ‘more’ just doesn’t equate to ‘enough’, but the fact that both Maryland and Florida are actually running a drill, simulating a complete failure of the power grid… Well, it’s a step in the right direction. Of course, I don’t WANT steps in the right direction. Like you, I want SOLUTIONS, and that means Congress needs to get its act together and pass the SHIELD Act NOW! No, actually, it needs to do that YESTERDAY. (Could someone PLEASE invent the time machine?) The confident rhetoric coming out of Tehran should make us all very nervous. They are saying that they … Click here to read the rest…

Hitler, God and the Bible

I ran into this just an hour or so ago and was deeply impressed by the message. One of the reasons why we are approaching the ‘OmegaShock’ is due to the fact that people no longer put facts together. They don’t understand how ideas are linked, and those ideas that they do put together… well, they don’t make sense. What Ray Comfort has done here is to illustrate all of this by talking about Hitler, God, and the Bible. The video is 33 minutes long. Watch every bit of it. (You can watch it in 720p by clicking the 360p … Click here to read the rest…

Greece is Going Down. You’re Next.

I’ve been tracking the possibility of a Greek default for a while, and there have been moments when it looked like Europe might come through with a plan to save Greece. I’m afraid that this ‘rescue’ is looking less and less likely to happen, and when Greece goes down, the EU will go with it. America will not be far behind. Greece might survive past the October 17th default line. They might. But, even if they do get past that one, it’s only a matter of time before Greece fails to meet its obligations on a 17th sometime in the … Click here to read the rest…

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