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The Day The World Ended, WW3 Iran-Israel War Simulation

Much in the press is about Iran and Israel, but military planners and pundits should take note that Iran is also enemies with Saudi Arabia and they know that the U.S. cannot survive without oil. Though 90% of U.S. oil imports come from areas not in the middle east, prices are set on a global market, so crisis in the middle east will be a direct crisis for the U.S. economy. During the FutureMoneyTrends.com war simulation, Iran strikes Saudi oil fields in response to Israel striking Iranian nuclear sites. Once this happens, to put it nicely, all hell breaks loose.

FutureMoneyTrends.com CEO Kenneth Ameduri said this upon the release of their new film, “A lot of Americans think we can bomb our way out of any conflict, but it is important to realize that the entire global economy is now connected. We should really take advice from our founding fathers who believed in commerce with all, but alliances with none.” Ameduri goes on to say, “If you look at the fundamentals for the U.S. economy, a recession is here, and all this talk about the fiscal cliff is ridiculous. With $100 trillion in liabilities, we have already gone over the fiscal cliff, probably decades ago. Even if you cut the entire military and federal government, you can still not balance the U.S. annual budget if you wanted to pay for the promises of social security, medicare, and other entitlements. I worry that a war is upon us, and people need to consider how things can play out living in a desperate government that goes to war to distract its citizens from the real crisis of peak government.”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJdgudIUHzs




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yes fear mongering it is but

yes fear mongering it is
but sadly not to farfetched

Fear Mongering at its Worst

This must be an Alex Jones production.