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Watching The Clock : Will A Total Economic Collapse Occur In September Or October?

Watching The Clock : Will A Total Economic Collapse Occur In September Or October?

June 27, 2012

People like to ask about dates. “When do you think the collapse will happen?” they ask. What are your thoughts on the Mayan calendar? How ’bout December 21, 2012?

Most of us informed and awake folks aren’t interested in trying to predict specific dates. That’s an art best left to Nostradamus. That said, highly respected truth tellers James Turk and John Williams have both tied dates to predictions. In an interview with James Turk he told me that he thinks we will see $400 silver and $8,000 gold some time between 2013-2015. And John Williams firmly believes the die has been cast for hyperinflation in the United States, likely beginning in 2014.


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Wasn't this week

the week that some had predicted China would announce their intention of opening a new commodities exchange and push to have their currency, now backed with all the gold they've been buying, as the new reserve currency?

It seems like I remember seeing a date in June 2012, but can't remember the exact day. Anyone know it? Or have heard anything about such a move?

P.S. - I disagree with those that think the decay will be slow and agonizing over many years. It will progressively get worse in the coming months (maybe year or two), but I fully expect there to be a "shock" that hits one day/week, sooner rather than later, that will usher in TEOTWAWKI financially. That is unfortunate for the preppers here as knowing when to bug out to the retreat may be impossible if a single event without much warning causes the collapse.

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not sure--

there have been many predictions of economic calamity--

what *I* see out here in "DP/regular person land" is that prices are rising daily, while income is declining--

food prices, especially, have been skyrocketing lately--

it doesn't matter how many veggie plants we plant, how many fruit trees we plant, etc., etc., etc.--

it's harder to find food to eat--

everything costs more--

and work hours that pay well are going down--

this has been predicted regularly for many years; I can remember reading about economic collapse in the 80s, when things were very good for spouse and me--

before we had our personal economic collapse--


One foot ahead of the other and just more hard work--

we never have been toy/cruise people, but now it's even less likely that there will be any treats of any kind, even if the treat is a big fruit salad--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Not for a long time.

Not for a long time. A slow painful death is what will happen.

The People's President
Ron Paul R[̲̅ə̲̅٨̲̅٥̲̅٦̲̅]ution 2012

We are selling as much junk

laying around the house ( a lot :) to use the money to pay bills and start buying more long term food and supplies.

that's my most important concern, its just stuff

if you lost your job or don't have money, sell as much of your stuff as you can at flea markets, or have a few yard sales

its only stuff, people are more important


for prepping.

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Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15


More likely...seriously before an election?

I sense that markets no longer influence economics at this time.