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12 Things That Just Happened That Show The Next Wave Of The Economic Collapse Is Almost Here

12 Things That Just Happened That Show The Next Wave Of The Economic Collapse Is Almost HereAre we running out of time?  For the last several years, we have been living in a false bubble of hope that has been fueled by massive amounts of debt and bailout money.  This illusion of economic stability has convinced most people that the great economic crisis of 2008 was just an “aberration” and that now things are back to normal.  Unfortunately, that is not the case at all.  The truth is that the financial crash of 2008 was just the first wave of our economic troubles.  We have not even come close to recovering from that wave, and the next wave of the economic collapse is rapidly approaching.  Our economy is like a giant sand castle that has been built on a foundation of debt and toilet paper currency.  As each wave of the crisis hits us, the solutions that our leaders will present to us will involve even more debt and even more money printing.  And each time, those “solutions” will only make our problems even worse.  Right now, events are unfolding in Europe and in the United States that are pushing us toward the next major crisis moment.  I sincerely hope that we have some more time before the next crisis overwhelms us, but as you will see, time is rapidly running out.

The following are 12 things that just happened that show the next wave of the economic collapse is almost here…

#1 According to TrimTab’s CEO Charles Biderman, corporate insider purchases of stock have hit an all-time low, and the ratio of corporate insider selling to corporate insider buying has now reached an astounding 50 to 1….

While retail is being told to buy-buy-buy, Biderman exclaims that “insiders at U.S. companies have bought the least amount of shares in any one month,” and that the ratio of insider selling to buying is now 50-to-1 – a monthly record.

#2 On Friday we learned that personal income in the United States experienced its largest one month decline in 20 years

Personal income decreased by $505.5 billion in January, or 3.6%, compared to December (on a seasonally adjusted and annualized basis). That’s the most dramatic decline since January 1993, according to the Commerce Department.

#3 In a stunning move, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder says that he will appoint an emergency financial manager to take care of Detroit’s financial affairs…

Snyder, 54, took a step he avoided a year ago, empowering an emergency financial manager who can sweep aside union contracts, sell municipal assets, restructure services and reorder finances. He announced the move yesterday at a public meeting in Detroit.

If this does not work, Detroit will almost certainly have to declare bankruptcy.  If that happens, it will be the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.

#4 On Friday it was announced that the unemployment rate in Italy had risen to 11.7 percent.  That was a huge jump from 11.3 percent the previous month, and Italy now has the highest unemployment rate that it has experienced in 21 years.

#5 The youth unemployment rate in Italy has risen to a new all-time record high of 38.7 percent.

#6 On Friday it was announced that the unemployment rate in the eurozone as a whole had just hit a brand new record high of 11.9 percent.

#7 On Friday it was announced that the unemployment rate in Greece has now reached 27 percent, and it is being projected that it will reach 30 percent by the end of the year.

#8 The youth unemployment rate in Greece is now an almost unbelievable 59.4 percent.

#9 On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of protesters filled the streets of Lisbon and other Portuguese cities to protest the austerity measures that are being imposed upon them.  It was reportedly the largest protest in the history of Portugal.

#10 According to Goldman Sachs, bank deposits declined all over Europe during the month of January.

#11 Over the weekend, the deputy governor of China’s central bank declared that China is prepared for a “currency war“…

A top Chinese banker said Beijing is “fully prepared” for a currency war as he urged the world to abide by a consensus reached by the G20 to avert confrontation, state media reported on Saturday.

Yi Gang, deputy governor of China’s central bank, issued the call after G20 finance ministers last month moved to calm fears of a looming war on the currency markets at a meeting in Moscow.

Those fears have largely been fuelled by the recent steep decline in the Japanese yen, which critics have accused Tokyo of manipulating to give its manufacturers a competitive edge in key export markets over Asian rivals.

#12 Italy is an economic basket case at this point, and the political gridlock in Italy is certainly not helping matters.  Former comedian Beppe Grillo’s party could potentially tip the balance of power one way or the other in Italy, and over the weekend he made some comments that are really shaking things up over in Europe.  For one thing, he is suggesting that Italy should hold a referendum on the euro…

“I am a strong advocate of Europe. I am in favor of an online referendum on the euro,” Beppe Grillo told Bild am Sonntag.

Such a vote would not be legally binding in Italy, where referendums can only be used to repeal laws or parts of laws, but would carry political weight. Grillo has said in the past that membership of the euro should be up to the Italian people.

In addition, Grillo is also suggesting that Italy’s debt has gotten so large that renegotiation is the only option…

In an interview with a German magazine published on Saturday, Mr Grillo said that “if conditions do not change” Italy “will want” to leave the euro and return to its former national currency.

The 64-year-old comic-turned-political activist also said Italy needs to renegotiate its €2 trillion debt.

At 127 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP), it is the highest in the euro zone after Greece.

“Right now we are being crushed, not by the euro, but by our debt. When the interest payments reach €100 billion a year, we’re dead. There’s no alternative,” he told Focus, a weekly news magazine.

He said Italy was in such dire economic straits that “in six months, we will no longer be able to pay pensions and the wages of public employees.”

And of course government debt has taken center stage in the United States as well.

The sequester cuts have now gone into effect, and they will definitely have an effect on the U.S. economy.  Of course that effect will not be nearly as dramatic as many Democrats are suggesting, but without a doubt those cuts will cause the U.S. economy to slow down a bit.

And of course the U.S. economy has already been showing plenty of signs of slowing down lately.  If you doubt this, please see my previous article entitled “Consumer Spending Drought: 16 Signs That The Middle Class Is Running Out Of Money“.

So what comes next?

Well, everyone should keep watching Europe very closely, and it will also be important to keep an eye on Wall Street.  There are a whole bunch of indications that the stock market is at or near a peak.  For example, just check out what one prominent stock market analyst recently had to say

“Every reliable technical tool is warning of major peaking action,” said Walter Zimmerman, the senior technical analyst at United-ICAP. “This includes sentiment, momentum, classical chart patterns, and Elliott wave analysis.

“Most of the rally in the stock market since 2009 can be chalked up to the Federal Reserve’s attempt to create a ‘wealth effect’ through higher stock market prices. This only exacerbates the downside risk. Why? The stock market no is longer a lead indicator for the economy. It is instead reflecting  Fed manipulation. Pushing the stock market higher while the real economy languishes has resulted in another bubble.

“The next leg down will not be a partial correction of the advance since the 2009 lows. It will be another major financial crisis. The worst is yet to come.”

Sadly, most people will continue to deny that anything is wrong until it is far too late.

Many areas of Europe are already experiencing economic depression, and it is only a matter of time before the U.S. follows suit.

Time is running out, and I hope that you are getting ready.

So what do you think?

How much time do you believe that we have left before the next wave of the economic collapse strikes?

Please feel free to post a comment with your thoughts below…

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  • Tim

    “How much time do you believe that we have left before the next wave of the economic collapse strikes?”

    Funny you should ask. I was mulling over that very thing today on my way home from a brisk walk at the park. I’ve been waiting for the proverbial other shoe to drop for a few years now. I marvel that things are as good as they are right now. How anyone could still have so much confidence in the U.S. Dollar is beyond me. And so we wait…….

    • Kat

      “Waiting for the other shoe to drop” sums up my sentiments exactly. I, too, am utterly amazed (and perplexed) that the U.S. has been able to spin out the collapse of the dollar for as long as we have. I would assume that we are simply not in the spotlight at the moment (Europe is) but that when our time runs out, it is going to hurt BIG TIME and to a far greater degree than is the case elsewhere because of our reserve currency status. Too spoiled, willfully ignorant and self-indulgent a populace for far too long.

      • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

        Just remember we can go on like this forever because we print our own money.

    • Hambone

      My wife and I were speculating this summer…

    • KevinP

      IMHO we haven’t collapsed because money has no other reasonable place to go. Who’s doing better than us? No Europe, not Japan and not China. Japan is aging and in huge debt. China has a massive housing bubble (amongst others) and could pop at any moment. Europe, well most people know how bad they’re doing. American isn’t being judged for how bad it’s doing because all of the other large players are doing worse. What we could see, which we almost saw in 2008, is a total collapse with everyone going down at once.

      • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

        Wait and see Chines housing bubble totally vanish. The Russians have no debt , no central bank, more gold than any other country, same with oil. Who won the cold war?

    • OneDay

      I’ve been wondering this for a while myself. Seems like everyday something happens and I think, “This could be the final straw,” but everything goes right on trucking along. Of course the fact that it keeps trucking only indicates, to me at least, that when everything does fall apart it is going to make a big impact.

  • Jerry

    It’s going to be OK!

    Just tweak this thing a little bit:

    Couple more government made up jobs, maybe more IRS. Maybe could hand off gun confiscation to IRS, they could collect your taxes on April 15 and your guns on April 16! You could be required to report your guns right on a line on the tax return, like the State of Wisconsin does with the sales tax on on-line purchases. Strictly voluntary, of course, but God help you if you miss any items!

    Couple more green projects funded with Obama dollars.

    Couple more wars to keep our kids from facing 60 percent unemployment like Greece.

    I can see that Happy Days are Truly Here Again!

    Let’s party!!!!

    • Mondobeyondo

      The party ends when the money ends.
      Remember that.

  • RICHARD

    With the E.U. hanging over our heads and the rest of the countries printing their own money it won’t be long that we can continue to kick the can down the road. Even here in the U.S. we will start feeling the effects of our own cuts. I don’t think we will see a total collapse right away but we will start heading down hill as time goes on. BY the end of Oct. if we even get that far, this country will feel a crash like we have ever seen before. It will make the great depression look like a picnic. I hope all my friends on this blog are ready

  • rat28

    I believe the Obama administration is going to blame the economic collapse on the Sequestration

    • http://www.facebook.com/joe.kleinkamp Joe Kleinkamp

      I’ve been saying the same thing. He went from introducing sequestration as Armageddon to saying it won’t happen all at once. Watch him! In 2014 when the full impact of Obamacare tanks the economy he will blame it on the sequestration.

      • markthetruth

        What B.O. is saying is “Se Quest Ration” your Life. By Your Leader that’s busy whacking you, The “Arm Aged Don”

        the end…

      • http://www.facebook.com/john.cervenka John Cervenka

        You understand the affordable health care act, which you fondly refer to as ‘Obamacare’ was written by the Heritage Foundation right? In case you don’t know, the Heritage Foundation is not exactly a bastion of liberalism.

        • smallergovnow

          BS

          • HerrinSchadenfreude

            Fair enough. Keep in mind though that the boot headed inbound to your rear is going to connect whether or not you pull your head out of there and see it coming.

            There is no battle between Republicans and Democrats. Not one of either is broke. Not one of either relates to you. Not one of either loses a wink of sleep over it. Not one of either will be saving you a dime if it means finding a dime less in their own pockets. And both will play whatever role they need to – black hat or white hat to keep you dancing foot to foot and furthering their goals like a good patsy should.

            Such plans don’t require your agreement or belief. Only your compliance and acknowledgement.

        • http://www.facebook.com/joe.kleinkamp Joe Kleinkamp

          Dear leader Obama likes to refer to it as Obamacare himself, a function of his huge ego I guess. As far as your assertion that it was written by the Heritage Foundation, well, you as a misinformation voter are a level or two below a low information voter.

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.cervenka John Cervenka

            Perhaps the phrase ‘written by’ was a touch misleading. I should have said ‘based on concepts initiated by the Heritage Foundation’. The most glaring one being the individual mandate, which is the primary basis of the entire bill. I didn’t intend to suggest that they wrote all 1200 pages of the current bill. I’m going to post a source link below for you to ignore.

          • http://www.facebook.com/joe.kleinkamp Joe Kleinkamp

            I see you also realized it would perhaps be “a touch” disingenuous to post a link you wanted me to ignore. You seem like the typical smarmy pseudo-intellectual. Do you often write “ummm” prior to your contradictory responses?

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.cervenka John Cervenka

            Tried to post a link earlier. It was waiting for administrator approval or something of the sort. I’ll try again.

          • Gary Stamper

            Yeah, that’s not true. “Obamacare” was coined by the right to deride the Affordable Healthcare Act. I’m not a fan of Obama, but he turned tables on the right by adopting their phrase. If you’re not twisting the truth, at least pay attention.

        • John

          It does not matter which idiot thought of Obamacare. It is the idoit who implements it that matters. How does one become so fuzzy headed? Or are you intentionally diverting blame for a stupid over-expensive government takeover of health care which will ultimately result in no health care for the majority of Americans, particularly those who voted for this fool?

          • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

            This will lead to single payer healthcare and if the rest of the world uses it , I am ok with that. Obamacare is just bowing down to thew hospital industrial complex, insurance companies and pharma. Rome is burning and it sure isnt because of Obama care, how bad it may be. The middle class is getting destroyed.

          • Mark Urbo

            The economic model which develops from a socialist political environment is at its very core unsustainable. Its underlining economic structure steadily decays
            over many decades. That is to say the net effects of socialist policies do not immediately present themselves. It can take many years or decades for a country to suffer the consequences of such policies.

            Inherently, socialism creates an ever increasing centralized government, which must justify
            its growing power, size and cost by providing more services, entitlements and protection via laws and regulations for its citizens. The cost of this ever increasing, self justifying central body is crippling to an economy. Real time costs (i.e., year to year budgetary) and long term legacy liabilities (i.e., pensions, benefits, retirement cost, etc.) of public sector employees are significantly greater than private sector employees.

            Additionally, increasing growth of public sector employment undermines private sector stability and growth (i.e., the private sector is more efficient and will create two or three jobs for the cost of one public sector position). Finally, the most concerning element is the labyrinth of regulations which stunt private
            sector business growth, individual freedom and retard investment capital required in the creation of new opportunities. Nowhere is this more evident than the “green” agenda which kills jobs and businesses with environmental
            regulations.

            Socialism sells an ideology of “equal outcome” for all as part of its imagined utopia, but even this concept is flawed at a fundamental level. Human behavior is such
            that it responds and performs better when it is duly incentivized and logically this does not occur in a society where a person is PROVIDED FOR regardless of
            their contributions, efforts or performance.

            The standard cliché of “socialism works until you run out of other people’s money” is over simplified,
            but nonetheless accurate. All of this is playing out in Europe where the euro zone is cannibalizing their future with debt, in exchange for maintaining the status quo of their current public sector structures and political ideologies. Obama has set America on the same course for
            the same failed ideology.

          • Lucille rothstein

            If it doesn’t matter why are you defending any side?

          • Rogoraeck

            Don’t you know, that there’s four time more idiots in the government that there’s in the general population!

          • mike

            I remember what happened in ca. in the mid eighties when auto insurance became mandatory. my insurance more than doubled over the next few years.

          • HerrinSchadenfreude

            No, it’s more like it was going to be implemented by whichever fool won the Presidential election, since the version the Dems have is based largely on the version the Republicans had.

            You’d be able to accept that if you had the sense to realize that bipartisanship is about as real post Civil War as a bucket of polka dot paint.

        • KevinP

          Heritage Foundation? Site your source, if you can.

        • El Pollo de Oro

          John Cervenka: Yes, The Unaffordable Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare, was based on a Republi-Con idea promoted by the Heritage Foundation and former Massachusetts governor Bitt “Wall Street” Omney: forcing Americans to buy the insurance companies’ defective corporate product whether they like it or not. But now that Marack “Goldman Sachs” Robama and the Democraps get to take credit for The Unaffordable Care Act, the Republi-Cons are opposed to their own corporate idea. Both the Republi-Con and Democrap parties need to go the way of the Whigs.

          “Obamacare is essentially forcing us to buy a defective corporate product. ”—Chris Hedges

          “ We’re going to make you buy from our pals that sell insurance. That’s what they call Obamacare.”—Gerald Celente

          • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bill-von-Besser/1348039459 Bill von Besser

            No, it wasn’t. It was written by far left radical Yale professor Jacob S. Hacker.

          • http://www.facebook.com/john.cervenka John Cervenka

            I agree with every bit of that. My only point was there’s plenty of blame to go around for the mess we’re in. The point was in no way an endorsement of Obama, or the affordable care act.

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1080882611 Ah So

          I call BS on this one. I personally know one of the chief writers, and he ain’t no conservative, bubba.

        • http://twitter.com/assurantcp Mitch Thompson

          More than one organization helped write this horrible piece of legislation, from NOW to the Sierra Club the Heritage Foundation was not one of them. 20 years ago the HF supported an idea for an individual mandate for personal insurance purchases based on a voucher system (Hillary Care) but just because Obamcare has the mandate doesn’t mean the Heritage Foundation had a part in it and in act opposed this iteration.

      • arizonadiane

        The republicans have a chance right now to defund Obamacare, but they are probably not going to do it. This country is run by a bunch of greedy idiots.

      • BlackScorpion

        Is the US a county ran by mentally ill politicians? Idiots? How can we be talking about Obama care and not have money to pay out debt? Can’t we clean the house and do the dirty laundry before implementing any ideas other that fixing the main and current problems we have? How can we have sanctions against Iran and Cuba when we created a monster called China and made them Trillionaires by sending them millions of our jobs?

    • Jodi

      Totally agree with you on this one.

    • Hambone

      Absolutely. While each government agency was fully capable of shifting stuff around to avoid any serious impact (you know, a few less hookers here, a scaled-down convention there), I already see many of them going out of there way to make painful cuts, almost as a sign of protest. The sequestration represents only 10% of the budget cuts that need to happen. Regardless of how badly we “need” whatever it is we’re losing, we simply cannot afford it.

      And of course the sheeple of the “BRA” (as El Pollo would say) will buy whatever Oblamer is selling them.

      The one person who has to be loving this is Bush. He’s been displaced as the #1 scapegoat.

      Disclaimer: I am not Bush fan.

      • http://www.facebook.com/OldPhart.In.The.Desert OldPhart Outin TheDesert

        Re: ” The sequestration represents only 10% of the budget cuts that need to happen.”

        Sequestration has NOTHING to do with budget cuts nor is ANYWHERE near the ten percent mark. Sequestration is less than 2% cuts to budget INCREASES. Budgets are still expanded, but only 98% of what was expected.

        • MeMadMax

          It doesn’t matter. The big three: Medicare, Social Security, and the military sucks up the entire budget and desperately need to be gotten rid of(except for the military, cut it by 50%). But everyone in the country, both pols and regular people have been brainwashed into thinking they NEED these things and will fight tooth and nail to protect it right up to the bitter end….

          • Hambone

            Plenty of nickles and dimes we can safely cut also, and that would have a big impact. Reduce the Dept of Education by 95%. Slash Departments of Energy, Labor, etc.

        • Hambone

          When I said 10% of the cuts that need to happen, I mean that the sequestration is supposed to represent 1.2 trillion over 10 years (or something like that). We need 10 times that before any real budget reality is within reach (1.2 trillion per year).

      • MeMadMax

        Yea well, we have a couple thousand government “agencies” that nobody really knows what they do… You literally have guys showing up at some office that do nothing…

        • Shane Bean

          How do I apply? I do nothing extremely well, ask my wife

          • MeMadMax

            Go join the military, you will have something that you will do extremely well….

          • Davies Fred

            In 27 years of Air Force service I NEVER had a do nothing day. Most days were over 10 hours of solid work. I don’t believe that many government jobs do nothing. I do believe that most federal government jobs (FDA, FTA, etc.) should be done away with. Less Federal control and less taxes so our economy can recover.

    • AS55423

      Both parties kicked the can down the road so the end game is here now.

      • Mondobeyondo

        Keep kicking… the NFL may give you a call sometime.

    • Mondobeyondo

      The Obama administration will discover soon enough, that the economic collapse will be the cause of the sequestration. (or vice versa. Hey, ya gotta blame somebody!)

      Some already know this. Everyone else will soon know this. And by then it will be too late.

    • markthetruth

      Sequestration = To Make the Federal Government’s budget deficit a matter of “Conscious choice”

      Fat Chance of that !!!!!!!!!!!

      the end….

    • arizonadiane

      Yes, and of course, that means it’s the republicans fault. He will never stand up like a man and take credit for his part in this mess!!!

    • http://blaze.com/ mathchopper

      Of course, part of the “plan”. I don’t think America will wake up in time.

    • http://www.facebook.com/jessemarioneauxs Jesse Marioneaux

      When do you expect it to collapse.

  • markthetruth

    Asia and Brazil Real Estate bubble Burst ! As a Shack that we would tear down here, goes for $29 million.

    Also the earth is Shaking as the Magnetic Fields are changing , the Big One is to coming>>>

    And Look at Sink Holes happening in Florida. They will keep happening in the lower states as the Aquifers are Depleted and the Sandy Dirt cannot hold up the Voids .
    Just Like our Economy Will Sink.

    the end…

  • MIchael M.

    What should we be doing to prepare?

    • El Pollo de Oro

      For one thing, keep a loaded gun on hand and know how to use it. Being surrounded by hungry, angry, desperate people is not fun. In the words of Gerald Celente, when people lose everything and have nothing left to lose, they lose it.

      • Hambone

        Good luck finding ammo, though.

        • Jodi

          Yep! No ammo, been looking all weekend.

          • K

            It depends what you are looking for.223, 308, 7.62×39 nobody I know has them. But major online suppliers are getting some pistol and shotgun loads back in. Sportmans guide,, Cheaper than dirt are 2 places to look.

          • Hambone

            I’ve been looking for .22 LR since the incident in Newtown. .22 isn’t good for a whole lot aside from training, and yet the shelves are bare. I went this weekend, and 9mm is out also.

            You are right about shotgun shells. For whatever reason, there is no problem getting those, although they do have maximum limits.

          • Jodi

            Everybody is out of .22 LR. Cabela’s told us yesterday they haven’t seen any for 2 weeks now. Sheeles was totally bare too!

          • K

            Yeah no 22’s but not surprising, that is what they make the least profit on. Took a quick look at sportsmans guide. 9 mm, 45 acp, 38special, and limited 357 mag. all available. Also ammo for a mosign-nagant available, as well as 12 gauge. Like I said mostly pistol, and shotgun, with a few rifle calibers available. Good luck it will be snapped up fast.

          • Jodi

            I will check these websites out! Thanks

          • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

            Most of the ammo is being purchased by the gvt. Factories are working around the clock to fill the orders.

        • El Pollo de Oro

          Hambone: a friend of mine here in Philly recently bought a gun, and the cost of that gun was double what it would have been before the tragedy in Connecticut reinvigorated the gun control crowd. My friend is originally from South America and knows exactly what I’m talking about when I mention Secuestro, Inc. and The Desperate People Doing Desperate Things Tax.

      • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

        when 100 people are rushing your house so they can eat your children because these mobs are hungry, better have more than a loaded gun. The average supermarket has 3 days of food on the shelves. The averag person goes nuts if they dont have their daily beer and snicker bar.

        • K

          A flame thrower comes to mind.

          • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

            I didnt want to say that. Didnt want one one of those blacked out ford explorers yanking me off the stree under dsaa2013 which was just passed. those drones dont excite me either.

        • El Pollo de Oro

          Dryheaves Daily: And one thing about The Desperate People Doing Desperate Things Tax is that the DPDDTT collectors are, in some cases, better armed than the cops. They’re desperate and determined, and they’re very good at getting past alarm systems, armed bodyguards and barbed wire.

          Come to think of it, a peruano I know recently told me that the DPDDTT might be WORSE in the BRA than it is in Latin America because many latinoamericanos know more about coping with poverty, whereas millions of formerly middle class Americans will be getting their first real taste of hardcore poverty and hardcore desperation and won’t like it a bit.

          “What?????? No beer? No junk food? No college football? No reality shows or endless texting on my smartphone? Let the bloodbath begin!!!!!!!!”

    • leeholsen

      4 things:
      1. store cash in case theres bank holidays,
      2. get silver to use as a barter just in case.
      3. have a gun and ammo just in case.
      4. have food and water for 2 weeks just in case there are shortages.
      i dont see a total economic collapse, but instances of shortages, power outages and increased crimel i can see that.
      greece has been in a depression for years now and it still functions, people are still going to restaurants and driving cars; just some places in greece are bad; not all.

      • John

        This is a giant ponzi scheme to steal America’s wealth. At this point, most of the wealth has been stolen. A few crumbs remain. The inflation rate of over 40 billion dollars a month will gaurantee a collapse. A total economic collapse! The first sign will be riots by the welfare class when they can’t pay for their crack,alcohol,marijuana, cell phone, and food with the money you so generously give them.

      • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

        get pre 1964 solver coins. like dimes and nickels and quarters. they contain the real silver. Figure it out. A quarter can get you a tank of gas.

      • jaxon

        This is more realistic than the “Mad Max” scenarios of our Golden Chicken friend or the Southern Comfort drinking dryheaver…….

        First: America has massive natural resources in comparison to third world countries like Guatemala, El Salvador etc..let alone Haiti or Zimbabwe—the references are not analogous –simply sensationalistic.

        Second: China and Russia aren’t going to be nipping away parts of the nation. Forty years of spending more on military than the rest of the world combined has created enough of an arsenal to create a scorched earth scenario before we’d ever see a physical invasionary force.

        Third: All told, when the military, police forces of city, county and state, Feds of all agencies, reservists and black suits ( as well as mercenaries like the Blackwater folks)–the quelling of civil unrest will be pretty quick. In fact, it may be allowed intentionally for a short while to cull the populace a bit but ultimately the state will re-assert itself in control.

        Next, the acquisition of all accounts, pensions, valuables of those killed or disappeared in the unrest will be added into the govt coffers.

        Ultimately we will be seeing a pure police state and all citizens under a brutish govt–it will not be the USA any longer–but a banana republic or third world country?–certainly not.

        That has been the objective all along in this whole facade. The deliberate destruction of the Constitution, individual rights and freedom. To be replaced by an all controlling govt entity ( which in turn will continue to be controlled behind the scenes by a surprisingly small group of elites.)
        PS: I do enjoy a mad max, escape from NY or Red Dawn movie as much as the next guy–but again, The United States compared to countries with economies and populations smaller than Rhode Island?..get real….

        • El Pollo de Oro

          Jaxon: You and I may not agree on the banana republic/Third World part, but I’m definitely in agreement with you on the police state part. The BRA has a pariah government (the Republi-Con and Democrap parties are both run by scoundrels), and when unrest comes to the BRA, the police state will act swiftly and brutally. Political dissent, including nonviolent dissent, will be smashed in a hurry. And Blackwater? Those thugs will gladly murder anyone who challenges the banksters. But one thing to remember about police states is that while they are great at smashing political dissent, that doesn’t necessarily mean they will protect us from non-political thugs and criminals. As Benjamin Franklin said, those who sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither.

          • El Pollo de Oro

            “the acquisition of all accounts, pensions, valuables of those killed or disappeared in the unrest will be added into the govt coffers.” Yes, that’s exactly how a fascist banana republic operates.

          • jaxon

            true El Pollo..it is almost a certainty that an over-arching central government practically creates a black market and criminal enterprise.
            My feeling about the police state is that orderly drones and sheeple are simply more productive and taxable than a chaotic state. The govt for their own survival and public sector workers will have to crack some heads.
            And for those who can’t foresee our local cops or military bashing a few heads of innocent civilians-remember, they will also be backed against the wall trying to secure food and home for their families. In this instance, most will smack my and your wife and kids around to insure that they get a paycheck and food to feed theirs.

          • El Pollo de Oro

            Jaxon: I often point to the War on Drugs as an example of the police state’s “collateral damage” philosophy. Neocons believe that the War on Drugs is “God’s work.” So if the DEA thugs get the wrong house in a botched drug raid and kill some innocent civilians, they could care less. They’re expendable. “Accidents happen,” they’ll say. “This is a war, and in a war, there will be collateral damage.” And post-9/11, the neocons (and the cowardly Democraps who cave into them at every turn) have undermined so many of the checks and balances this country used to have.

    • markthetruth

      Don’t waist any minute of your life because it might be gone in a second.

      the end…

  • whteshark

    Cutting two percent of the budget is already the end of the world for the elites in Washington. Wait till the day comes that they have to balance the budget.

    It’s going to be ugly.

  • anyways

    I haven’t watched MSM in years, however, I did manage to catch a glimpse when my wife was watching local news the other day.

    They switched to their new York anchor for economic news, which she immediately reiderated we’re in an economic recovery.

    Then began presenting the evidence for our recovery. She cited ‘official’ unemployment rates and then stated; credit card debt was at its highest level since 2008, student loan debt was at its highest in history (she didn’t mention defaults) and auto loans increased.

    This is the manipulation the masses are programmed to adhere to. It’s so ‘in your face’ obvious, but its the conditioning as well.

    This is a debt based consumer economy in a .0X% growth? This includes $85B/mo & 0% interest. A 14,000 DOW with NO statistics (wage decrease,

    • markthetruth

      But we have Ton’s of “ENTERTAINMENT” We are now the “Entertainment Country of The World”
      Who Has Time For growth , we have to watch TV, play apps on our Cell Phones & Tablets, Go out to Eat, Gamble, Go on Cruises Ext.

      the end…

      • asdfa

        Funny. I’ve been saying America is the entertainment capital of the world for years. It’s all we have. That, banking, and government. What a sound economy.

      • FounderChurch

        PROSPERITY IS BAD! Yes it is. Because it is self defeating. Love of Money is the Root of ALL Evil, while respect for money is a substantial part of ALL Good. And there is a big difference between the two.

        MONEY IS SUPPOSED TO BE a means to a good end, not an end, in and of itself. The Holy Book says, “Money answereth to all things.”

        WHEN MONEY IS MISUSED to pursue negative, unhealthful, immoral, unconstructive, destructive, unproductive purposes, and goals, it ends up turning poisonous, and actually flees from us.

        JUST AS A FOOL AND HIS MONEY is soon parted, money misused, misapplied, and poorly managed soon turns to worthless garbage in our hands.

        IF YOU DISRESPECT MONEY you will soon be broke. Now this applies to individuals, corporations, all peoples, communities, governments and nations.

        WE IN AMERICA ARE THE PIED PIPER leading the world on a breakneck MONEY LOVING binge with everyone clawing for more money to buy more drugs of one or another type or sort. We have led the world on a Money Loving orgy for the last 50-100 years, and this recession is just a hint of the bill coming due.

        ANY CIVILIZATION can afford to have a few corrupt degenerate money loving rich reprobates, but no civilization, or economy, can survive when EVERYONE has been taught to become Money Hungry Lovers Of Money.

        WE NOW HAVE THE GREEDIEST, most selfish, population ever known in world history.

        ALL THIS MONEY LOVING RESULTS IN tons of bad management on a massive scale, to pay for our “drugs” all the way up from the individual and family to business, the Nation, and finally the whole world.

        OF COURSE NO ONE WANT TO SEE THIS, because they end up looking at themselves in the mirror.

        AND NO ONE WANTS TO CORRECT THIS because it would involve repenting and reforming themselves. They would have to give up their whole vast collection of wasteful, lustful, filthy and destructive toys.

        FOR EXAMPLE JUST TAKE ONE SMALL TOY, a small nasty evil toy, out of hundreds that we lust after, COSMETICS. We spend many billions a year just on Cosmetics that diffuse toxic poisons throughout our body, poison the environment, and damage the economy, plus make us look like ugly monsters and freaks.

        ANOTHER IS “Pay for Play” Professional Sports, and another is our perverted victimization and love affair with our dumb animal Pets. Each of these perversions we spend many billions of dollars on, dollars that are totally wasted, And Junk Food is just one more.

        THERE ARE HUNDREDS MORE OF THESE filthy lusts that are now eating up most of our GDP. And the list goes on and on, as they are deeply embedded in nearly every single person’s life in the nation,

        MEANWHILE WE KILL MOST OF OUR CHILDREN to pay for this horrendous ungodly load of filthy junk. Stuff like the worthless destructive NFL, while bankrupting our nation, and mortgaging its future to hostile, hateful foreign nations to get ever more money to use to waste and destroy ourselves spiritually, morally, ethically, and financially, even farther.

        AMERICANS ARE SO GREEDY FOR MONEY to please and serve lusts of their flesh that they will, and do, gladly sacrifice their children on the alter of Satan in order to pursue their perverted addictions.

        PEOPLE ARE NOW KILLING MOST OF THEIR CHILDREN, with dozens of nefarious forms of Birth Control, including the Rhythm Method the Pope is so fond of.

        WE ARE SURE TO GET EXACTLY WHAT WE DESERVE, both individually, and nationally. We, as a corrupted people, richly deserve a torturous death, starving and dying in the very gutter that we are so fond of.

        THE BOOK OF REVELATIONS in the Bible give a good idea of the fate that awaits us. Justice will be served! FounderChurch@Gmail,Com

      • Greenback party

        Republicans or Democrat, two heads of the same monster. We don’t have a Democracy in America. We have a Plutocracy. Until we fix that nothing will change.

  • Mark

    None of us readers of this site know when or how fast a collaspe will happen. I do not need to know as I do understand our need to be prepared for what is in the cards. A lot depends on how much trust investers have in the ability of the government to collect taxes, so that interest can be paid. When that trust is gone, so will borrowing money to fund our over spending. As it is now the Fed continues to buy many of our bonds with printed money. I would suggest to at least stock up on food and other supplies so that you can rely on yourself and not the government.

  • K

    How long before the next wave? Remember the rich are greedy beyond compare. They do not get out 6 months or a year ahead. They get out at close to the last minute. Within 35 days they expect a real decline. If you believe as I do. That the market is totally manipulated. Then one may assume, they know just when it is going to decline.

    • 2Gary2

      tax the greedy to help the needy. Let these rich MF make money so we can tax and redistribute.

      • John

        That is the definition of Communism. How about not taxing anybody?

        • 2Gary2

          how about growing a brain cell? taxes are the price of civil society. You can go to Somalia where you wont pay taxes if you like.

          • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

            Bravo

    • Jim

      They have been saying since the inside traders started selling that a lot of the stuff they are selling makes no sense unless they thought the crash would happen before the end of April. If these guys are selling, it isn’t to lose money. I think April might be an interesting month

      • K

        Totally agree.

    • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

      when wasnt the market not totally manipulated? Have you seen the trading floor at the NYSE. Thats just for show. Black box trading is here to stay. Google what a quant is.

  • markthetruth

    OK… Where on the right Diplomatic Road Now for A Change . New Policy ?, Vision of our New Leaders?

    The Mitch Miller Show Revived.

    Talk Politics While Watching Basketball Along with “Dennis Rodman”

    >>>>“follow the bouncing ball”<<<<<

    And Recite the words on the Teleprompter it bounces on.

    Quests: Kim Jong Un., trying to get B.O.

    the end.

  • Matt

    Its going to be a long slow crush – not a sharp quick fall to the bottom – but sprinkled with periods of great volatility, like 2008.

    • 2Gary2

      I think this may be correct–a long slow decline and not a single big event.

      • ITAR banned gun/ammo imports

        A black hole. Once beyond the event horizon, things began picking up speed…it will began slowly, which it has, but when the pieces began falling; it will be rapid…

  • markthetruth

    The Thing is We are Getting Hit Buy Bigger and bigger Waves and Getting Up But now Our Legs are Tired and We are getting dizzy, But Because we are to Stupid to Get Out when the Waves are getting Out Of Control. and now the true Force is going to get Us. The “UNDERTOW ” it will Drag us out to sea and Drown Us.

    the end…

    • Hambone

      Stupid, yes, but getting smarter… I really think more people are waking up each day.

      We may be up to 2% of the population that’s starting to pay attention.

  • Dave R

    It is already too late, nobody in DC is going to or could fix anything ! Prepare to fend for yourself and defend yourself !

    • toglamandvampisdivine

      Yeah well if it’s too late then I better stock up on cold cream and foundation and glitter baby cuz Im going to glam and vamp until the end and when the end does come, Im strong, I’ll be like Scarlett OHara and save Tara from the Yankees and the Carpetbaggers. It’s all about glamming and vamping in tight spandex. That said, any donations I get from gentlemen I have been buying sliver coins with. I do believe now is a good time to stock up on sliver…..

  • winniekate

    RE: Convert fiat money to hard assets..
    Husband recently out of a job. Would you consider liquidating assets out of (AT&T) pension plan and IRA a reasonable move?

    Is it likely those assets will not be there in 15 years?

    • http://www.facebook.com/OldPhart.In.The.Desert OldPhart Outin TheDesert

      After the scandals of Jon Corzine, MF Global, rehypothecation and re-rehypothecantion,coupled with Congress eyeing 401-k’s and personal pensions…those assets are likely not to be there five minutes from now.

      Get them into personal and physical control.

      • Roger Smith

        Totally agree here. 4 years from now, any asset denominated in US dollars might as well be a shoe box full of confederate money. Even those who shift from paper assets into real estate are going to find that you can’t hide dirt. The government will find you and tax you into oblivion. Get ready for federal property tax. In a way, they already have it, by inflating the currency, causing your property to show phantom increase in dollar value that triggers REAL capital gains tax and increased property tax. Only assets they can’t see or find will be safe.(PMs, guns, art) Don’t forget, when the banks go down, your friendly neighborhood bank manager will now be deputized as and auxiliary IRS officer….looking over your shoulder as you open your safety deposit box.

  • leeholsen

    I’m expecting end of summer.
    Germany’s elections are end of summer, so the spending party should be over for Europe as the German people can then say no more money for Europe’s deadbeats.
    That should set off the next recession for the US and then it picks up steam in 2014 when obamacare becomes fully operational.
    The US and Europe will keep kicking the can until then.

  • Bud

    What should we o with our 401K’s and other retirement?

  • saintmatty

    If you have been getting ready you do not have to worry when the store shelves are bare.

    • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

      And what happens when you run out of food sanf water in s month?

  • Roger Smith

    My prediction: Russia takes back Alaska, China owns the entire Pacific (including Hawaii), Nike moves factories back to America to take advantage of the newly created 100 million strong labor force of dirt poor who will now gladly take these slave wage jobs. Thousands of young American women hoping to be selected into the new mail order bride program, demand being driven by Asian wealth. Orphanages packed to the rafters with unwanted American children being prepared for international adoption. (Won’t that make Putin grin?) Oh and a civil war in the U.S. that resembles a hybrid of Yugoslavia ’92 and Rwanda ’94. Won’t that just be swell?

    • John

      Roger, you are so optimistic! Sounds just about right to me.

      • KevinP

        Read an article last week that said pessimist live longer. Roger’s gong to live for a thousand years! :)

  • Ayn Rand

    The one fact that solidified in my mind that the economy will get even worse soon is that insider trading is at 50 to 1. That just strengthened my fears. I also fear that people will be stupid enough to believe that “sequestration will have anything to do with it. Get the masses fed with false info and they will do anything you ask them.

    • arizonadiane

      ” Get the masses fed with false info and they will do anything you ask them. ”

      That is exactly what WA is doing. Both parties, but Obama is the loudest. The mainstream media is also in cahoots with them. There is always some “crisis” to deal with while the sheeple sit back and watch and perhaps do not “prepare” for what’s going to happen, and the crisis of the day is the destraction.

  • Ayn Rand

    You know what scares me more than anything? Martial law. In anarchy, you have no large enemy force, just gangs of looters. In martial law, you have governement troops barging in, killing your dog, raping the women, and stealing the supplies, all the while threatening to kill all of you. Yeah, the looters can do that too, but they dont have drones and tanks…

    • El Pollo de Oro

      Ayn Rand: Excellent point. In some banana republics, people live in fear of both the cops and the robbers. But they fear the cops even more because the cops are as ruthless as the robbers and also have the power of government. And post-9/11, the BRA government has a lot of far-reaching powers it didn’t have before (the Patriot Act, the NDAA, sanctioned used of torture, an increasingly militarized police state). The potential for government abuses is endless. When Gerald Celente says that we’ve become a “fascist banana republic,” it isn’t just rhetoric: it’s the cold, hard truth.

    • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

      I ask the same question. I suppose we arent in enough pain yet.

      The Short list of Executive Orders:

      EXECUTIVE ORDER 10990 allows the government to take over all modes of transportation and control of highways and seaports.

      EXECUTIVE ORDER 10995 allows the government to seize and control the communication media.

      EXECUTIVE ORDER 10997 allows the government to take over all electrical power, gas, petroleum, fuels and minerals.

      EXECUTIVE ORDER 10998 allows the government to take over all food resources and farms.

      EXECUTIVE ORDER 11000 allows the government to mobilize civilians into work brigades under government supervision.

      EXECUTIVE ORDER 11001 allows the government to take over all health, education and welfare functions.

      EXECUTIVE ORDER 11002 designates the Postmaster General to operate a national registration of all persons.

      EXECUTIVE ORDER 11003 allows the government to take over all airports and aircraft, including commercial aircraft.

      EXECUTIVE ORDER 11004 allows the Housing and Finance Authority to
      relocate communities, build new housing with public funds, designate
      areas to be abandoned, and establish new locations for populations.

      EXECUTIVE ORDER 11005 allows the government to take over railroads, inland waterways and public storage facilities.

      EXECUTIVE ORDER 11051 specifies the responsibility of the Office of
      Emergency Planning and gives authorization to put all Executive Orders
      into effect in times of increased international tensions and economic or
      financial crisis.

      EXECUTIVE ORDER 11310 grants authority to the Department of Justice
      to enforce the plans set out in Executive Orders, to institute
      industrial support, to establish judicial and legislative liaison, to
      control all aliens, to operate penal and correctional institutions, and
      to advise and assist the President.

      EXECUTIVE ORDER 11049 assigns emergency preparedness function to
      federal departments and agencies, consolidating 21 operative Executive
      Orders issued over a fifteen year period.

      EXECUTIVE ORDER 11921 allows the Federal Emergency Preparedness
      Agency to develop plans to establish control over the mechanisms of
      production and distribution, of energy sources, wages, salaries, credit
      and the flow of money in U.S. financial institution in any undefined
      national emergency. It also provides that when a state of emergency is
      declared by the President, Congress cannot review the action for six
      months.

      The Executive Orders date back to JFK; Jimmy Carter signed a major
      consolidation of Executive Orders that gives the control to Fema.

    • Ian Brett Cooper

      Anarchy is a system of government. What you’re talking about is not anarchy, but chaos. In short, you don’t know what you’re talking about.

  • 2Gary2

    forget the debt it is no big deal. The problem is unemployment, underemployment, stagnant incomes, and the wealth and income inequality. Austerity is a failed policy as evidenced by the EU.

    The conservatives use the debt BS to cut programs for the poor.

    Repeat after me–the debt is a non issue. The gov can borrow at record low interest, We need MORE gov spending not less.

    Michael–you have to know I am correct. I wish you would quit throwing red meat to the low information conservatives and simply admit we need MORE stimulus right now, not austerity.

  • 2Gary2

    pollo–I think you are correct about Central America poor. I do not see Zimbabwe or Haiti poor.

    • El Pollo de Oro

      2Gary2: As dire as the situation is in the BRA, I don’t see us becoming as dilapidated as Haiti or Zimbabwe. I envision American cities ending up like Bogotá, Mexico City or Lima, where you will have upscale parts of town as well as squalid shantytown slums. And in the BRA, the shantytown slums will become breeding grounds for DPDDTT collectors.

      • El Pollo de Oro

        If you visited certain upscale parts of Mexico City, you’d think you were in Beverly Hills except that the signs are all in Spanish.

  • toobob

    Hi,

    I have reached the conclusion that there exists another certainty in life other than death & taxes. Add to them $US debt.

    How can supposedly intelligent people believe that more debt will solve a debt problem. Take the medicine and regroup!

    Bernancke realised from his studies of the Great Depression that austerity is not the answer. That the opposite is the answer ie throw money at the problem.

    The remarkable thing with this prognosis is that he will still achieve another Great Depression through people losing confidence in the financial system.

    Over the next 2-3 years the world will undergo dramatic change unlike anything most of us have experienced in our lifetimes(already happening in coutries below).

    Debt will become a dirty word, if its not already. Countries like US, UK, EURO & Japan are bastardising their currencies and destroying their citizen’s wealth.

    For example say, stable exchange rates exist for all the countries mentioned for $US1. When US devalues by 10% and all the other countries do likewise, the outcome is a return to the status quo.

    So no improvement in trade performance but international goods & services cost 10% more – inflation.

    The currency wars in progress are a precursor to unfolding events which are already in place.

    Those countries not participating in QE will in most likelihood be a benficiary of a flight to quality

    Its all as clear as mud.

    • Jerry

      Again, are things unfolding according to a grand design or are they truly random and due to cycle back to “normalcy?”

    • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

      We can accrue as much debt as we want…. why? we can print money and Bernanke can buy all our stuff at 85 billion per month to keep the market humming. Good profits, no jobs. unsustainable.

  • http://www.facebook.com/earnest.rheault Earnest Rheault

    Time to CYAssets as we are on the downhill side and picking up speed all of the time, Hoovervills to Oslammavills.

  • germanycalling

    Think most people agree were in the end game already. Heres a thought , what will happen after SHTF ?.

    • A.Klein

      In most areas, nothing, nothing good that is. It’ll just be like Katrina or Sandy. No help, unless it’s help from each other, not the government or officials. I hope you live in a good neighbourhood where people would actually care for one another. Other than that I can see things just staying bad. Crime among most, refer to Gerald Celente’s saying “one people lose everything and they have nothing left to lose, they lose it”. I think a lot of good will out of come it, too, though, people should reconsider what is important. People with the courage, integrity and dignity will rise above with the human spirit. Well, that’s what I hope. The Earth is due for an extermination of parasites anyway.

      • A.Klein

        “Once*”

  • Ralfine

    I’m looking forward to spring. It gives the opportunity to planting in the garden.

    Just been out yesterday to help planting a new forest. It is very satisfying.
    Spent a lot of money last week to have some heirlooom watches repaired. And a little money to patch the seat of my favourite trousers.

    So that basically sums up my actions these days – repair and maintenance of possessions, and investing in the future, esp. the environment.

    Extraordinary consumption was a day off away in the city, with a stay in a hotel after the night out.

  • Mondobeyondo

    Aw, come on. These guys graduated from Harvard and Yale. You don’t go through Ivy League schools by being stupid.

    Or maybe you do. I doubt it though. These guys and gals know what they’re doing.

    • Jerry

      The question is, though, in knowing what they are doing are they working to better you or destroy you economically and politically?

    • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

      They are just members of the lucky sperm club. By the way , there is no way you can flunk out of these schools. Its built into the system.

  • JustanOguy

    Michael,

    It’s a crazy thing but some of us have been preparing since 2006 and are very well set. I appreciate your posts and pick up some things that I don’t already know but the reality is that the zombies are screwed as it is by this point. In other words… if they don’t get it by now…. they are never going to get it.

    I think you should move your articles from the fear to what people need to be doing so that when the collapse happens…. your followers are going to really appreciate you.

    I’m already there. Have a ranch, have a farm and have a place in South America where the living is dirt cheap and they don’t take Credit Cards.

    Maybe you should be talking about what Net Worth means and not debt which has actually ruined this country.

    Just some thoughts…. Bring the collapse on in my book because I’ll certainly be taking advantage of it as the zombies look for food.

    Cheers!

    • Crat

      Ok, where is this place in SA

      • JustanOguy

        I prefer not to say where I’ve bought but it’s pretty easy to figure out if you just do some googling for Real Estate in South America.

        You’ll find several places where U.S. Citizens already are selling real estate to U.S. Citizens bailing / retiring out of the U.S.

        My long time agent / friend moved there to sell real estate and when he told me it was more American then most U.S. cities… I visited and was sold. Bought a cool place overlooking the ocean that would probably cost $2 Million in Southern Cal.

        Walk to the beach and pay $10 for killer seafood and wine that would easily cost over $50+ in Southern Cal.

        • JustanOguy

          Oh… and one of my other friends just bought a nice condo in Thailand for $60K and bailed out of the U.S. with all of his money and is now living like a king.

          Have Satellite and Internet…. You don’t really miss the U.S.

  • Old Mountain Geezer

    Your question is how much time is left before the next collapse hits. I say it can happen at any time now, on any day. It will come as a sudden shockwave, with the market dropping maybe 800 or 1000 points in one day.

  • Peter White

    Things have to get worse before We the People are moved to get involved, that is the only solution to overcoming the Wall Street Empire!

  • MeMadMax

    It doesn’t matter. The big three: Medicare, Social Security, and the
    military sucks up the entire budget and desperately need to be gotten
    rid of(except for the military, cut it by 50%). But everyone in the
    country, both pols and regular people have been brainwashed into
    thinking they NEED these things, that they have the RIGHT to these things, that they will fight tooth and nail to protect
    it right up to the bitter end…. Even thou there are alternatives…….

  • CitizenPariah.com

    What comes next? More of the same. This has been an ongoing process you can see from space. Plan accordingly.

  • stonehillady

    Bernanke says the economy is SLOWLY improving because the rate of people on unemployment is shrinking, but, as one women said in the Bloomberg article said, she was laid off of her $25. an hour job & was thankful to get an $11. an hour Job within 6 months. Oh Yea, with the major Box Stores starting to close Stores across the country still to come & the fact that the Dow 500 CEO’s cashing out their shares & many retiring means trouble ahead folks. If they don’t have faith should be a warning sign to all invested in equities in their retirement accounts,
    The sheep who still watch MSM will be the hardest hit, because as Obama said, the WH controls the Media but, they hate alternate internet media because they are the only ones telling the truth of what the Beltway is NOT telling you, so you stay in the game until they pull the rug out from beneath your feet.

  • asdfa

    A theory that’s out there is that the US will end up like Yugoslavia.

    • El Pollo de Oro

      Asdfa: Igor Panarin, a Russian political professor based in Moscow, has been predicting that the BRA will break up into six different banana republics. Critics of Panarin’s theory dismiss it as a “KGB fantasy” (Panarin is a former KGB agent), but I think there’s some merit to to the Yugoslavia analogy because the BRA is, in fact, a bitterly divided country. The warring tribes in the BRA hate one another with a passion, and they don’t believe in agreeing to disagree.Their hatred for one another runs deep. In the BRA, we could be looking at the criminality, inequality and instability of Latin America combined with the angry mega-demonstrations of Greece and Spain and the bitter tribalism of the former Yugoslavia. The BRA could be entering the most dangerous period in its history.

    • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

      That a bit too optimistic

  • DiscouragedOne

    Friday night went out to dinner, tried to go to a popular chain but it was so packed with a 30-minute wait that we said it is not worth it (just for a chain) so we left. We then went to a higher-end place, this is not a cheap place yet it was pretty crowded. You could almost believe everything is fine…yet you know it is all smoke and mirrors.

    • Shane Bean

      With interest rates so low, do you think people are just spending all their money and not saving? I noticed this weekend that the habitat and goodwill store parking lots were alot more full than the chain stores.

  • rt_1_spirit

    AmeriKa is in denial. As long as Nascar, the NFL. NBA, etc continue as a circus, our leaders will throw a few crumbs out for the sheep,(bread) who will baaah and be content. This can go on for years…and will. Does anyone else feel the Water getting hot? Fellow Frogs in the pot. Patriotism has been replace by commercialism. The constitution is a joke to these people.
    We would be lucky to get a crash. We won’t get that lucky. Instead the slow bleed is on. People only have to look in the mirror to see what is wrong. When we can decide we will be a Moral people, and have the rule of Law again amongst the people, (the Constitution) we are going to suffer no longer.
    Does anyone see that?
    Yeah, we are doomed as a civilization as we stand now.
    We can’t pollute the Earth any faster or consume any more Natural resources any quicker either.
    End the Federal Reserve Now or else.

  • Fellow watcher

    Who is the prominent stock market analyst? A name should be given when one is quoted.

  • Zadok

    Really, It’s on. If you were to travel the nation, seeking the effects of the financial downturn…you will find it pleanty.
    With the prospects of thing only getting worse, those who have lost the little they had with testify to thing being in a bad way…but sadly no one listen to them. Most only despise them, maintaing that it is their own fault.
    Soon people will be even more self centered as the concern for their own welfare, and their own self induced ingnrence are revealed through their actions.
    It’s going to be tough, and like change will follow with a new norm.
    Zadok…:)

  • FounderChurch

    PROSPERITY IS BAD! Because it is self defeating. Love of Money is the Root of ALL Evil, while respect for money is a substantial part of ALL Good. And there is a big difference between the two.

    MONEY IS SUPPOSED TO BE a means to a good end, not an end, in and of itself. The Holy Book says, “Money answereth to all things.”

    WHEN MONEY IS MISUSED to pursue negative, unhealthful, immoral, unconstructive, destructive, unproductive purposes, and goals, it ends up turning poisonous, and actually flees from us.

    JUST AS A FOOL AND HIS MONEY is soon parted, money misused, misapplied, and poorly managed soon turns to worthless garbage in our hands.

    IF YOU DISRESPECT MONEY you will soon be broke. Now this applies to individuals, corporations, all peoples, communities, governments and nations.

    WE IN AMERICA ARE THE PIED PIPER leading the world on a breakneck MONEY LOVING binge with everyone clawing for more money to buy more drugs of one or another type or sort. We have led the world on a Money Loving orgy for the last 50-100 years, and this recession is just a hint of the bill coming due.

    ANY CIVILIZATION can afford to have a few corrupt degenerate money loving rich reprobates, but no civilization, or economy, can survive when EVERYONE has been taught to become Money Hungry Lovers Of Money.

    WE NOW HAVE THE GREEDIEST, most selfish, population ever known in world history.

    ALL THIS MONEY LOVING RESULTS IN tons of bad management on a massive scale, to pay for our “drugs” all the way up from the individual and family to business, the Nation, and finally the whole world.

    OF COURSE NO ONE WANT TO SEE THIS, because they end up looking at themselves in the mirror.

    AND NO ONE WANTS TO CORRECT THIS because it would involve repenting and reforming themselves. They would have to give up their whole vast collection of wasteful, lustful, filthy and destructive toys.

    FOR EXAMPLE JUST TAKE ONE SMALL TOY, a small nasty evil toy, out of hundreds that we lust after, COSMETICS. We spend many billions a year just on Cosmetics that diffuse toxic poisons throughout our body, poison the environment, and damage the economy, plus make us look like ugly monsters and freaks.

    ANOTHER IS “Pay for Play” Professional Sports, and another is our perverted victimization and love affair with our dumb animal Pets. Each of these perversions we spend many billions of dollars on, dollars that are totally wasted, And Junk Food is just one more.

    THERE ARE HUNDREDS MORE OF THESE filthy lusts that are now eating up most of our GDP. And the list goes on and on, as they are deeply embedded in nearly every single person’s life in the nation,

    MEANWHILE WE KILL MOST OF OUR CHILDREN to pay for this horrendous ungodly load of filthy junk. Stuff like the worthless destructive NFL, while bankrupting our nation, and mortgaging its future to hostile, hateful foreign nations to get ever more money to use to waste and destroy ourselves spiritually, morally, ethically, and financially, even farther.

    AMERICANS ARE SO GREEDY FOR MONEY to please and serve lusts of their flesh that they will, and do, gladly sacrifice their children on the alter of Satan in order to pursue their perverted addictions.

    PEOPLE ARE NOW KILLING MOST OF THEIR CHILDREN, with dozens of nefarious forms of Birth Control, including the Rhythm Method the Pope is so fond of.

    WE ARE SURE TO GET EXACTLY WHAT WE DESERVE, both individually, and nationally. We, as a corrupted people, richly deserve a torturous death, starving and dying in the very gutter that we are so fond of.

    THE BOOK OF REVELATIONS in the Bible give a good idea of the fate that awaits us. Justice will be served! FounderChurch@Gmail,Com

  • FounderChurch

    PROSPERITY IS BAD by FounderChurch – Google Drive

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bill-von-Besser/1348039459 Bill von Besser

      Prosperity isn’t bad, but, unlike the idiot movie character, greed is. Prosperity allows us to take care of our families and the less fortunate. Greed overwhelms and consumes people. I am always asking why do these multi – millionaires and billionaires keep taking more and more. Any normal person who accumulated a million or more should be happy to retire and spend time with family and friends, not working to amass more wealth. I simply do not understand why John Kerry, John McCain, Donald Trump, etc., want more power and money. The only thing that explains it is severe mental illness.

  • honorguardguy

    There are 3 precious metals–gold,silver, and lead to keep the rascals away from the first two.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WGK3IDC46CWEEFW4VEHQWA5DXA William

    Imagine if the ideas of those, for all these decades, that advocated eliminating deficits and debts had been listened to and heeded. For decades now we have run the opposite direction from rational spending. We ignored raising eligibility ages for programs. We expanded every portion of the government sector and its spending that we shouldn’t have.
    Time to pay the piper.

  • jakartaman

    Naw – Not as long as Ben has his printing press!
    and I have my guns.

  • Paul Pace

    It’s the Jews, stupid!

  • Mondobeyondo

    We are in a depression.

    The only way out, is to produce. Make something. Make more oranges and grapefruit. Make more widgets. More automobiles. More bombs and bullets.

    We got out of the Great Depression by making more bombs and bullets (World War II). Your history books will tell you it was FDR’s government alphabet soup programs (AAA, CCC, WPA, etc) that got us out of the Depression. Not true.

    BUT… (you knew there was a ‘but’ didn’t you?!) – you have to produce items people WANT.

    Let’s say you have a factory that manufactures buggy whips. World class, quality buggy whips. Quality leather! But.. there is no market for buggy whips anymore.

  • bambampoop

    Detroit has been on the verge of collapse for the last 30 years. This is nothing new and it has been this way no matter how the rest of the country is doing financially. Detroit should have had a financial manager appointed decades ago. This event is not a marker of some great change.

  • K

    Wal-Mart’s Sylvia Mathews Burwell, nominated as next Obama budget chief. Now that is a bad sign, right there.

  • http://www.facebook.com/debbie.ghostley Debbie Ghostley

    Sequestration? Obamanation? Orchestration? How about We have some Revolution!!!

  • Elliot

    Additionally, from a technical standpoint, look at the S&P from 2000, we are now headed for the top of wave 5, wave 6 could precipitate a decline as far as 700

  • bruce

    but buying silver and gold doesnt seem to be the best solution for protecting ourselves………
    nevertheless, just for this reason, I’m gonna buy gold and silver

    • Tim

      The prices of gold and silver are manipulated by The Powers That Be. They don’t want the masses putting their money in gold and silver in an attempt to preserve their wealth and purchasing power. The prices of both metals would be MUCH higher than they currently are if it weren’t for the active intervention in those markets. It’s a crime. TPTB seem to be defying the laws of economics. Will we ever see true price discovery? It’s hard to say.

  • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

    Was at my local emergency room 2 weeks ago. They saw 320 patients over the weekend. 45 percent had no health insurance . What are we supposed to do? Obama care isnt the answer. What is. I was told most of the people were very sick and many were employed but with no health insurance and this no longer an issue of the poor minorities but of the middle class also. Now many companies are insuring the worker and not their families. How many of you can afford to pay insurance for your families? Wake up people. Obamacare is just a diversion. We are slowly being torn apart. Rome is burning. We focus on the right arm which is distraction but all the magic is being done by the left and I dont mean political parties. We are all going down the drain except the few that can stay above water.

  • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

    When is the next war. That typically boosts the economy. Lets see. I think we need to go clean up Iraq again. Only question is, what happens if they win?… Welcome to Rome.

  • markthetruth

    If you read though all the post everyone is blaming the Government and rightly so.. And have written solutions of cutting spending , blaming both parties , having a plan for the Crash and Burn, (Stock Food, Water,Guns, Ammo. EXT.) And it seems like Everyone is expecting the worst. BUT no one seems to talk about what it will look like after Armageddon or a PLAN OF ACTION of the FUTURE of our COUNTRY. We are basically Calling for “The FALL of a EMPIRE” which would more then likely Trigger a World War Destruction and a New World Leader but Who? CHINA,GERMANY or a Radical Change Back to all Lands Separated by Religions or Other beliefs. We CANNOT Let Our COUNTRY Fall. We See what is Happening to Detroit,San Diego , Camden, and all other cities in the country, It’s like the Old Gold Rush everyone is Picking Up and Leaving for the South or Somewhere were there’s Fracking, We are pinning our Population into A Corner, For me, the only Solution is going to be, is the WILLPOWER to SURVIVE as ONE, That means everyone will “SACRIFICE” back DOWN to the BASICS and Spend our Money to Protect our COUNTRY Borders,Waters and SPACE. And SCREW everyone else While the USA goes though “REHAB” from our ADDICTIONS(you should know what they are). Reset And come out as better HUMANS.Then Rebuild a better Country!!!

    the end…

    .

  • mark

    The best way to solve this financial crises is to ground air force one and fur low senators and congressman to a one day a month work schedule and make them pay their own way. Politicians come to Washington not for the good of the people but for the sole purpose of lining their own pockets anyway. Americans who think differently are living on fantasy island. Da Plane Boss Da Plane!

  • onooop

    The democrat elite owns this economy! anybody who voted for Obamao is an enemy of freedom and a traitor to the USA!

  • El Pollo de Oro

    Dryheaves Daily: Good points. There are millions of poor Americans who are struggling badly (the working poor) but are told they make too much to qualify for food stamps or heating assistance. So when you add all those people to all the neo-poor Americans who didn’t need food stamps before but need them now, you have a huge number and frightening illustration of just how bad things are in the BRA.

    • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

      Rome is burning and so many dont see it, but they will soon enough

  • Michael D. Juzwick

    Certain kinds of evil use of money will bring God’s wrath & judgment – economic collapse. Since the whole earth belongs to Him, and He will call all mankind to account in the future. Deuteronomy chapter 8 clearly makes our Creator the only giver of all wealth. He holds those He gives it to accountable. Abusing His poor by ignoring their cries is not how to get on His good side. And, read carefully both James chapter 5 verses 1 – 6 & Matthew’s Gospel chapter 25, to see His coming Judgment day on all money & its use, or, abuse. Those who slander God’s poor as million, & billionaires had better quickly read James chapter 5 verses 1 – 6. It was written to them to produce repentance for sure.

  • DD

    You’ve been slapping stuff like this up for 5 years now… Still waiting… Not sure you, or anyone else, has a clue…

  • Crat

    Ok justanguy, I’ll bite-where is this place in South America

  • http://www.facebook.com/GRANDWORLDDRAMA Badger Badgerism

    perfect excuse to bring in the New World Order
    NOBODY WANTS YOUR NEW WORLD ORDER!

  • James

    I’m not sure if you all know the Bank of Rothschild moved their center of operation to Beijing If the EU has a financial collapse, they’ll be snug in China Maybe they’ll back BRIC and leave us all out to dry? real close to such a scenario.

  • Orange Jean

    One more thing – Mr. “Tax Cheat” Heinz-Kerry has given away over 500 million (of taxpayers money) in just about a week. 450 million pledged to Egypt and 60 million to Syria. Disgusting!

  • Rogoraeck

    Don’t panic! Don’t panic Captain Mainwering, I’ll save you!
    Cpl Jones!

  • Jaxon

    actually bad point–the poster never mentioned any blame. He simply pointed out the same truism that you and El Pollo have more eloquently been stating. Desperate and hungry people do dangerous things.
    The people with the least reserves and most dependent on government will be the first to commit acts of desperation when their sourse of subsistance is gone.
    Quit your liberal, knee-jerk reactions and recognize that the person posting was not disagreeing with you–he was only being a bit stereotyping of people on government dependence……
    PS: I’ll take $3,000 to teach a class on “Lesbianism in tribal Africa” or “Feminist Literature of the Victorian Age”…………

    • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

      I a no liberal and in many universities 50% of the professors are adjuncts or teachers assistants while the administration is making the money. How does one stereotype a bit?

  • DiscouragedOne

    Eventually the house of cards is going to fall…and what a mighty crash it will be!

  • http://xeeme.com/MrEnergyCzar MrEnergyCzar

    Declining cheap oil = no real growth = contraction and…..

  • 2Gary2

    Proof Pollo is correct about the DPDDDT:

    A dozen years ago, Brazil ranked as the world’s most unequal major nation. Brazil’s most affluent 10 percent were grabbing nearly 50 times more income, on average, than the nation’s poorest tenth, over double the U.S. gap.

    Amid
    this intense inequality, affluent Brazilians found themselves spending
    $2 billion a year on private security. Kidnappings in São Paulo,
    Brazil’s largest city, became so common that some plastic surgeons started specializing
    in ear reconstruction. The reason: Kidnappers had taken to including
    cut-off ears with the ransom notes they sent their wealthy victims.

    Over in Brazil’s second-largest city, Rio de Janeiro, carjackings were taking place so often that police were assuring well-heeled drivers
    they wouldn’t “be fined for running red lights at night.” Thousands of
    those drivers took no chances. They armored their cars, typically at
    $35,000 per automobile, or commuted via helicopter from fortified home
    to fortified office.

    Could an inequality this stark ever take root in the United States? Luxury fortress life,
    suggests new work from the Brazil Center at the University of Texas,
    may actually be closing in upon us. If current trends continue, Center
    director Fernando Luiz Lara calculates, the United States will probably “be as unequal as Brazil” before the end of President Obama’s second term.

    Two trends are driving this “convergence.” The first: Brazil’s most desperately poor have become less poor. New government social programs have halved the number of Brazilians living in “extreme poverty.”

    The second: Income in the United States has continued to concentrate. Since 2009, the latest stats show, top 1 percent incomes have jumped an average 11.2 percent. Bottom 99 percent have slipped 0.4 percent.

  • hillbillyhustle

    i think the next election will be be the next major market correction. We have to consider that our elected officials will do just about anything to keep the house of cards going. The first signs might be ponzi schemes collapsing, like Bernie Madoff’s did. Right now the SEC is investigating and fining companies for their fraudulent practices and that does raise my alerts some but I am mostly on the alert for pseudo financial companies that rely on investors to keep going to get busted. When we start hearing about those companies i suspect the the next wave is here

  • hillbillyhustle

    Peter Schiff is an idiot.

  • John

    The stock market is so disconnected with the real economy it has to crash, the Truman bubble can only last for so long. As far as obama being a socialist, LOL as he cuts program after program. Forcing citizens to purchase a product from private enterprise isn’t exactly a socialist act lol.a capitalists wet dream yes, socialism,,,no.

  • 1Robert4

    Spot ON. Rob Carter argues: surely proves my tirade against the prolific Journalist Noble winner 50+ pure economic theorist, relying on a prize for credibility, Professor Paul he is rubbishing of Keynesian and ignoring Professor Kondratiev ex USSR Minsiter and practical economic theories, graphs from 250 years.

    “Are we running out of time? ” YEP! “For the last several years, we have been living in a false bubble of hope that has been fuelled by massive amounts of debt and bailout money. This illusion of economic stability has convinced most people that the great economic crisis of 2008 was just an ‘aberration’ and that now things are back to normal. Unfortunately, that is not the case at all. Truth is that the financial crash of 2008 was just the first wave of our economic troubles. We have not even come close to recovering from that wave, and the next wave of the economic collapse is rapidly approaching. Our economy is like a giant sand castle that has been built on a foundation of debt and toilet paper currency. As each wave of the crisis hits us, the solutions that our leaders present to us will involve even more debt and even more money
    printing. And each time, those “solutions” will only make our problems even worse”.

    Rob Carter argues: This is exactly my views of what unprincipled Politicians chasing “voters” & Potential
    contributors to their campaign planning. It emphasizes my point that they “Politico’s” & their planners & Party deliberately employ, at high consulting cost, the likes of Paul Krugman a pure acedemic economic
    theorists (who couldn’t run a treasury or fed) rather than Practical Economists (who can run Nations and economies). The theorists are paid to Ignore 250 years practical evidence of Professor Kondratiev (Former USSR Vice Minister who proved his and Keynes theories since 1771 through USA War of Independence that followed that crash. They keep inventing new ways like fiat money of Government
    given as Bailouts to big business, & the like promising “trickle Down” employment growth when in fact all they do I lend back to Government as “Sovereign Bonds” or employ more automation and lay off more
    workers in a crunch. I insist “Trickle up” employees consumption grows, when they can have disposable incomes to buy local product. We rely on shrinking export prospects to shift their overproduction by dumping on foreign markets. Proof of “Trickle up”
    is found in the theorists inventing easy credit to workers who spend more than they can afford and loose houses to foreclosure, as suggested here “makes our problems even worse”. Proof of failure of “Trickle down” 1% rich B?S from same paid theorists, comes in 2012 when they kept automating, now
    robotics, still laying off workers and running fossil fuel dry, then lower middle class and below become greater welfare burdens, as Romney said 47% not
    employed. See also 1950 had 12.3mn labor force from 123mn population, today has 12mn jobs for 320+mn population. Farm labor has dropped from 1950 10mn to todays 7mn that’s “trickle down”? No way it was all “trickle UP” to the 1% and next 3% richer. Last year they gained 11% profit growth to hoard, this compared to a National 2.7% (or was it 1.7%) to the nation as a whole. Why else would they spend $2+billion on the 2 campaigns for President?

    “Right now, events are unfolding in Europe and in the United States that are pushing us toward the next major crisis moment. I sincerely hope that we have
    some more time before the next crisis overwhelms us, but as you will see, time is rapidly running out.”

  • bb

    Please read the book “The Harbinger”by: Jonathan Cahn. Amazing!!! It will blow all of your minds.

  • Don_in_Odessa

    Oh! Gosh! It’s all so exciting! This freekin’ waiting for TSHTF day that is. I’m all quvery with excited anticipation of the day when I finally have a rational excuse not to go to work. I will fianlly be able to live free of all edebt encumbrances and really, all that makes every day a drudge. That’s drudge, not Drudge.

    Of course there will be the little mater of keeping a roof over my head and feeding myself. Some fresh water would be nice too.
    Never mind, man! Don’t worry be happy. I can always swim to Jamaica. Right man? They got Rum there man.
    Or, I can always call the boys at FEMA. I hear they are real good at taken care of folks during bad times.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Capt.Karl Karl P. Koenigs

    DON’T BET AGAINST THE FED! I believe they will do WHATEVER they have to do to energize “The Matrix”, our unsustainable computer generated dream world economy only supported FOR DECADES, by fractional reserve banking practices followed by utter imaginary fiat money, printed and digitized out of thin air, to make it boom.

    I believe that with the unlimited ability to digitize money out of thin air, even if they have to literally find a medium to hand money out in the streets, they will do it if they have to, just so it gets into and recharges The Matrix. I believe that this policy will cause a VERY short lived re-employment boom which will shortly be followed by a ‘SUDDEN’ hyperinflationary event of proportions and impact incomprehensible to the human mind in the second half of this year 2013. I am thinking late 3rd or 4th Qtr.

    Capt. Karl

  • http://blaze.com/ mathchopper

    Do you know why they will do it? Simple… because it will work!

  • Marchu

    I think the only way to survive this currency madness is buying gold and silver, they’re the real money…

  • Dan Matheny

    It’s all going to depend on where you live in the US as far as surviving and even thriving. I live in Boise, and most of my neighbors are LDS. They are not going to shoot me in the case of an economic crisis. They’ll have food to trade, and they’ll need hard money to meet the needs of their children (the women seem to stay pregnant). But either way, history has shown that crime decreases in a time of crisis, and communities form. You won’t be going to your guns. Keep them for self defense, but you won’t need to use them against your neighbors.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Caroline-Hughes/1478496224 Caroline Hughes

    My view is that this article is probably about right. For those of us who can not afford to get into metals, the best option is storable food. We have to make provision for our own well-being because the government will not. If you don’t have 12 months worth of stored food at this stage then probably its too late!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=755956415 Joyanne Jeffery

    Love the wave pic..it reminds me of a free book I just read..greatwavesofchange.org…Learn how to navigate these difficult times and the times to come.. An amazing read..Are you Prepared?.Get Empowered..Knowledge is power!

  • frank1569

    No matter who is in office, ‘There is a financial crisis every 5 to 7 years,’ warns Chase CEO Dimon. And the last one was about 5 years ago.

    But, you know, keep blaming Obama and/or the Republicans if it makes ya feel better.

  • mrdale

    My father-in-law was a farmer. He talked about the government harvesting the middle class. At the time I didn’t really understand what he was talking about……………………….I do now! I think the HARVEST has begone.

  • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

    I did not vote because voting for the lesser of 2 evils is still voting for evil. Obama was bought and paid for long before he was POTUS. I no longer trust the system that is supposed to work on our behalf

  • http://www.facebook.com/dryheaves.daily Dryheaves Daily

    Their are 250,000 troops stationed all over the world. I wonder why. To protect those countries? Hah.

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