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99.9% probablility of total and utter collapse before April 2013, says Max Keiser

Hate to post gloom and doom but forewarned is forearmed.

Max Keiser predicts CIVIL WAR in America before April 2013, due to global fiat money collapse. He suggests that China pulling out of the propping up of American Debt will be the trigger. That and the upward move in interest rates. China is buying GOLD and investing in their own gold-backed currency.


http://youtu.be/5ZqtRT25TAY
From 8/2/12 We'll see if he's right soon enough.



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Yup Profits from fear/attention grabbing predictions

like:

dated 2-7-2012
FLASH! Infowars Issues Emergency Terror Alert
http://www.dailypaul.com/211970/flash-infowars-issues-emerge...

dated 10/13/2011
FLASH !! Alex Jones : Key Pentagon Sources Say Israel Will Attack Iran Within 2 Weeks
http://www.dailypaul.com/182647/flash-dr-alex-jones-key-pent...

Their are tons of Infowars posts on here. I could go on and on posting these but I have better things to do than point out the obvious to the AJ sheep.

DO DOOM N' GLOOM PREDICTIONS DISTRACT OR ATTRACT

researchers to informative knowledge?

and if it does attract researchers to study predictions, will it sustain the supply of researchers when credibility of the prediction lacks certainty by critics?

and if it it is not true, would it not be better to set a scale of time from which cyclical actions of fractional reserve banking can be better predicted along a longer range of actions.

Linear predictions often lead to a linear mind set, and looser shoulders for our shepherds.

A true flower can not blossom without sunlight and a true man can not live without love.

Fear is such a debilitating thing

When you think that the end will be tomorrow, you only prepare in the most primitive of ways: food, gold, ammo, and a safe place to stay. My personal fear is that too many people are so scared of whats to come around the corner that they do not make any long term goals anymore. Goals such as infiltrating the political system, developing technologies that promote independence from the state, restructuring the media, and developing stateless communities. Ive been listening to AJ, Max, etc for 10 years, he is a "shock jock" radio personality and hes made things sound more imminent than what actually happens. Now this doesn't mean that it can't happen tomorrow, because it could very well. However, don't stop planning career goals and long term planning because if you do stop, we lose part of ourselves and are pushed into a more primitive state. You become a hermit instead of an agent of change.

Cyril's picture

Er.. Max, well, thanks for the tip

Er... Max, well, thanks for the tip, but that's a bit of a short notice, man.

Crossing fingers we'll have a bit more time.

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.

http://Laissez-Faire.Me/Liberty

"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius

Guess i will file an extension for taxes

and see what happens.

I think the timing is wrong. It doesn't feel like we are just weeks away from a financial collapse. But then again what should it feel like?

I've been calling it

I've been calling it "Complete and Total Worldwide Economic Collapse" for the past 5 years. Good thing I got my home paid off with that time.

What do you call a war against the political elite and the banksters vs the people? I think calling it a civil war is for psychological purposes and not the same.

"What do you call a war against the political elite ..

.. and the banks"

I believe the term is Revolt. Or 'Insurrection"

Why set a date?

He just put all credibility on the line.

“When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic.” – Dresden James

So like 2 weeks?

Thats like 2 weeks away.

Tomorrow I'm pulling all my money out of the bank

It's hardly anything at all, but it's all I have. I only pay 2 bills online and i called those places today and cancelled that option. I feel safer with my money in a fireproof safe than in the bank right now.

I only have 2 bills too and

I only have 2 bills too and pay in cash locally each month. No mail involved.

Unfortunately,

money can be inflated to the point that it has no value. Gold and Silver in hand are better. A good farm, access to water, and the means to protect it even better.

My parents have a small farm

with some small bunk houses on them. We talked and thought maybe we should fix them up and all of us kids move back to the property.

It's not unusual for people not to have savings or checking in my neighborhood. Most everyone is an immigrant. They deal in cash only. I don't mind paying my bills in person. That is how my grandparents did it. They would "go to town" once a month and settle up all their bills.

Gotta Love Max!

But... He already copped out on the April 13 prediction and said it already happened. The whole economy has crashed, compared to bitcoin. Bitcoin wins, Max wins, cop out.... Max is still brilliant, no one can be right all the time.

So, in other words, he doesn't know.

So, in other words, he doesn't know.

Max Keiser is a charlatan

He predicted April 2013 as a date for financial collapse, stating it would be triggered by lower than expected tax revenue. He claimed it would drive the value of the dollar down, and gold and silver up. He was particularly bullish on silver.

What do we have today? Record tax revenue in the U.S., and silver prices are down. Max Keiser was on Alex Jones last week. Did he admit he was wrong with the timing of his prediction? Nope. Instead he claimed he was right about his prediction because bitcoin prices are up. If you price everything in bitcoins, it looks like a collapse. However, bitcoin is a tiny market that has nothing to do with the value of the dollar. It would be like saying that the price of Beanie Babies skyrocketed during their boom, so that means the financial system has collapsed because Beanie Baby prices skyrocketed.

We all want progress, but if you're on the wrong road, progress means doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road; in that case, the man who turns back soonest is the most progressive.

-C. S. Lewis

wait

are you saying beanie babies weren't a sound financial investment tool?

I can do .01% better. I guarantee he is 100% WRONG

I'll definitely be bumping this April 1st, see ya then!!

I really hate the dated predictions...

they are not the same as what Ron Paul would do, which is warn about future conditions without a set date. What this guy is doing is making a prediction at a specified time. If it does not come true, what credibility will this guy have?

I am with you... 100% wrong. There are no rumblings of a violent revolution where I am. Where does this guy live?

-Matthew Good

Max lives in Paris, France

Think of the taxes he must pay there!

Gerald Celente

Is on live right now saying the same thing. I'm not saying it. Just reporting.

"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

I hear ya,

And I really don't mind the reporting of it. I'm not saying anything about you, just Max Keiser and Gerald Celente. If they turn out to be right, I will apologize and thank the lord that I just set up my vegetable garden.

-Matthew Good

Best of

Luck to you !!

"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

Was about to say something

Was about to say something similar.

The market ain't gonna collapse like a lot of people are predicting. You might be buying $10 bread with $10,000 gold and a 50,000 point dow but this show is far from over.

itzSteve's picture

Great timing!

This would be great!...just in time for tax season. Should I worry about filing at this point if there is going to be a collapse?

Ha Ha !!

Thats what I'm wondering:)

"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

Just 2 weeks left, huh?

That would be a bit inconvenient.

"Moderation in temper is always a virtue; but moderation in principle is always a vice." -- Thomas Paine

I love Mad Max, even though he's usually full of it.

I love Mad Max, even though he's usually full of it. And he's sticking with his prediction, feeling more certain thanks to Cyprus.

But he's uttered some pathetic prophecies in the past which proved embarrassing flops.

He declared himself a Bitcoin Millionaire and trumpeted the victory of this alternative currency and 24 hours later the price crashed, making him a bitcoin thousandaire. That was last Sunday.

He predicted JP Morgan would fold on Credit default swaps once silver prices matched JPM stock prices at $40. But when it did, JPM cut higher dividends for its investors, instead of folding, and then bet silver back to $30. That was last year.

He swore the price of silver was on its way to $500. That was the year before.

He told people to boycott Coca-Cola and shorted their stock, hoping to run the firm into the ground. It only got stronger. That was five years ago.

He's been harping on global warming catastrophe for a decade. Nothing happened.

But he's sure fun to watch. I never miss it!

"Cowards & idiots can come along for the ride but they gotta sit in the back seat!"

What it seems like is the

What it seems like is the exact opposite of what he predicts is coming true. So instead of a crash, we will see a boom.(although this is more like the "calm" before the storm)

To climb the mountain, you must believe you can.