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Lindsey Williams, Martin Armstrong And Alex Jones All Warn About What Is Coming In The Fall Of 2015

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Warnings - Public DomainNot since the financial crash of 2008 have so many prominent people issued such urgent warnings about a specific time period.  Almost daily now, really big names are coming out with chilling predictions about what they believe is going to happen during the second half of 2015.  But it isn’t just that these people have a “bad feeling” about things.  The truth is that we are witnessing a confluence of circumstances and events in the second half of this year that is unprecedented.  This is something that I covered in a previous article that went mega-viral all over the Internet entitled “7 Key Events That Are Going To Happen By The End Of September“.  Personally, I have never been more concerned about any period of time than I am about the second half of 2015.  And as you will see below, I am definitely not alone.

Just a few days ago, I received an email that contained a chilling message from Lindsey Williams.  You can view the same message that came to my email right here.  According to Lindsey Williams, the elite insider that he is in contact with told him that there will be a global financial collapse between September and December of this year…


From Lindsey Williams: I just received an email from my Elite friend.

My Elite friend indicated that they have a World Wide Financial Collapse scheduled between September and the end of December 2015

You may have just THREE (3) months to prepare!

I have a ton of respect for Lindsey Williams, and I would listen to what he has to say very carefully.  Back in 2008, an elite insider told him that the price of oil would drop from $140 a barrel to $40 a barrel, and it happened.  This time around, Williams has been telling us throughout 2013 and 2014 that a global financial collapse was not going to happen during those years, and he was right about that.

But now he is sounding the alarm that one is going to come by the end of this calendar year.

Martin Armstrong is someone else that has been sounding the alarm about the second half of this year.

In fact, Armstrong says that he has “warned that the Big Bang was coming 2015.75” since 1985.

In the past, I have written entire articles about economic cycle theories and what they indicate is coming in our future.

Armstrong has developed one of his own, and he calls it the Economic Confidence Model.  According to the ECM, the “sovereign debt Big Bang” is scheduled to happen by the end of 2015.  And it turns out that the time period that Armstrong has been pointing to lines up with a whole bunch of other significant events as well

There are many aspects that are lining up with the turn in the ECM (Economic Confidence Model) from the Blood Moon and the Jewish Year for forgiving the debts, to France imposing restrictions on cash in September, and even in Germany the laws that protected about half a million people so-called dachas there in East Germany expire. To date, a law protecting the tenant against dismissal by the municipality will also expire October 3, 2015. Everywhere we look, there are changes coming to a head, right down to the U.S. Federal budget with 2015.75.

In case you are tempted to dismiss this as nonsense, Armstrong has pointed out that his ECM has been accurate “to the day” in the past

Of course the 1987 crash bottomed to the day with the ECM confirming that was the low. The same took place in 1994 where the U.S. share market bottomed right to the day, once again confirming this was an important low.

So will the ECM be right again this time?

Only time will tell, but it should be noted that the global bond market is already starting to crash.  If Armstrong ultimately turns out to be correct, we could be on the verge of a major turning point

This next turning point should be the peak in the concentration of capital and confidence in government. From there on out, 2015.75 should mark the change in trend where people will start to disbelieve government on a grand scale. The debt markets that peak precisely with the target are going to get the worst of it.

Other financial experts are issuing similar warnings, even if they aren’t being quite as specific.

For example, just consider what Jim Rogers had to say recently…

I suspect in the next year or two we will see some kind of major, major problems in the world financial markets.

I would suspect when we have this correction, it’s going to cause central banks to panic. There’s going to come a time when there is not much the central banks can do when they have lost all credibility. When governments have lost all credibility. They will print and spend and borrow, but there comes a time when people are just going to say We don’t want to play this game anymore. And at that point, the world has serious, serious problems because there’s nothing to rescue us.

Perhaps the most sobering warning of all that I have come across in recent days is from Alex Jones.

In the video posted below, he explains that he recently received “two different calls” from “extremely prominent wealthy people” warning him about what is coming by the end of this year and asking him why he isn’t leaving the United States “before October”.

In other words, these individuals believe that something really big is going to happen by the end of September.  This dovetails perfectly with what I have already been warning about.

In this video, Alex also explains that large numbers of insiders are now quietly leaving the country.  I have never seen him quite like this.  I think that so many of us are just in shock that the things that we have been warning about for so long are now actually happening.  Watch this video for yourself and see what you think…

In the financial markets, we are also seeing signals that many people believe that big trouble is right around the corner.  For instance, according to Dana Lyons we haven’t seen bets that the VIX will rise at this level since just before the financial crash of 2008…

As most observers are aware, the VIX tends to rise as the stock market declines. Thus a rising VIX is associated with bad markets. The interesting thing about present conditions in VIX options is that the Put/Call Ratio (using a 21-day average) is at the lowest level since the summer of 2008. That means that there are more bets on a rising VIX versus bets on a falling VIX than we have seen in 7 years. And again, a rising VIX is associated with bad markets.

In other words, investors are betting a tremendous amount of money that we are going to see a rise in volatility in the financial markets in the months ahead.  And as I have explained so many times before, during times of high volatility markets tend to go down very rapidly.  So these bets will pay off very handsomely if there is a financial crash this fall.

Meanwhile, the manager of one of the largest bond funds in the UK is warning that a “systemic event” could soon hit global financial markets and that it is wise to have some “physical cash” at home just in case there is some sort of major emergency.  The following comes from Zero Hedge

The manager of one of Britain’s biggest bond funds has urged investors to keep cash under the mattress.

Ian Spreadbury, who invests more than £4bn of investors’ money across a handful of bond funds for Fidelity, including the flagship Moneybuilder Income fund, is concerned that a “systemic event” could rock markets, possibly similar in magnitude to the financial crisis of 2008, which began in Britain with a run on Northern Rock.

“Systemic risk is in the system and as an investor you have to be aware of that,” he told Telegraph Money.

The best strategy to deal with this, he said, was for investors to spread their money widely into different assets, including gold and silver, as well as cash in savings accounts. But he went further, suggesting it was wise to hold some “physical cash”, an unusual suggestion from a mainstream fund manager.

This sounds like what I have been saying for years.  I am a big believer in not having all of your financial eggs in one basket, and I do believe that it is wise to have at least some emergency cash at home.

But to hear it from a member of Britain’s financial elite is definitely unusual to say the least.

Sadly, just like last time, most people are not listening to the warnings.  Back in the summer of 2008, my wife and I went up to visit her parents.  I sat on their sofa and told them that a great financial collapse was about to unfold and that it would shake the entire world.  Of course just a few months later that is exactly what happened.

Now we are on the verge of an even greater financial collapse, and still I find that there are a lot of people out there that are doubters.  Most of these doubters have an immense amount of faith in the system, and they are confident that this debt-fueled bubble of false prosperity that we are currently enjoying can somehow last indefinitely.

I truly wish that the hopeless optimists were right.

I truly wish that I could live out my days in peace and quiet in a world that was safe and stable.

Unfortunately for all of us, things are about to change in a major way.  When it starts happening, don’t forget that there have been people that have been warning you that this would happen all along.

  • Enrique R. DéZuardí

    Yeah yeah yeah same BS predictions every year.

    • sre

      The sky is falling! The sky is falling!

      • none

        The sky is falling, on you.
        Take one step to the side, and you will see it!

  • Guest

    When you have very limited financial means there is only so much you can do to prepare. I would love to move to Montana, but where would I live? I don’t have the financial means to buy something there. What would I do for income? I’m in the process of moving to a new home about 15 minutes from where I currently live. I paid $24,000 for my new home. It’s all I could afford. With my remaining savings I plan to really stock up on food and other things that I’ll need in the event of another downturn in the economy. I’m still employed, but I don’t know how much longer I’ll be able to hold down my job. Those who run the company I work for are killing me and my coworkers. We are all very stressed out. Last week one of my coworkers had an emotional breakdown at work because our boss would not let her take a vacation, though she has accumulated a lot of vacation leave.

    • IsReal

      The Word of God is the most valuable treasure you will ever have because the body will ultimately die anyway but your eternal salvation is currently at stake. Jesus is the only way, the truth, resurrection and life. If you believe and accept Him as your Savior He will guide you out of this world like a light in the darkness, like a lighthouse does on the open seas at night.

      • Guest

        I am a Christian. I love God’s Word, the Bible. But life is still hard.

        • baofeng

          Life is hard. Jesus said it would be hard. He said that “in the world you shall have tribulations.” Just do what you CAN do, and trust God for the rest. He will never leave you or forsake you.

          • Guest

            Yes, I believe that. But I’m only human. I’m weary. Look at Job and Elijah. Both of them got to the point where they wished for death.

          • baofeng

            Yes, they wished for death, but notice that they asked God to take them. They would not consider taking their own life.

            Any sane, thinking person who knows the Lord is getting weary in this depraved and corrupt world. But just keep looking to Jesus Who is the Author and Finisher of your faith. Gather with other people of like faith and receive encouragement from their fellowship and from sharing the Word of God. We NEED each other.

          • Annette Smith

            I am tired, too. I am volunteering for the Lord to take me.

          • GSOB

            Hebrews 12:22

            The angels are employed to pick us up when we die.

          • Alan

            America is like the dog “Old Yeller”, once loyal and obedient, now, a rabid, slobbering, dangerous shell of what once was. God must feel like that boy did before he had to be put down…The good news is there will be a new beginning soon.

          • Jerry C

            “One day at a time, sweet Jesus.”

          • Mike Smithy

            John Wayne said: “Life is hard, it’s even harder when you’re stupid”.

          • LowellST13

            Amen, brother… God will look after his own children, when I talk preparedness with others, the first thing I mention is getting your relationship with Jesus Christ in order. Through CHRIST are all things possible.

          • disqus_znTohz52QD

            Tribulations have nothing to do with living hard.
            People who need financial help are suffering only in the measure the church doesn’t do it’s job, as described in the book of Acts:

            “for as many as were possessors of lands or houses sold them, and brought the prices of the things that were sold, And laid them down at the apostles’ feet: AND DISTRIBUTION WAS MADE UNTO EVERY MAN ACCORDING AS HE HAD NEED.” (Acts 4:34-35)

            So, if there are people who suffer financial problem, IT’S BECAUSE OF THE CHURCH!!!

        • df NJ

          “Life is suffering.” The Buddha

      • SunnyFlaSnotress

        Given a choice between God and a fat wad of money, I’ll take the fat wad of money.

        • JustSayin’

          Gee, looking at your pic, your choice is no surprise. But go ahead, make your choice. You are definitely entitled to it, but just remember one thing – it (your choice) was yours, and only yours. Once you make it, there’s no turning back when that time comes.

        • Richard

          mee too

    • Liberty First

      I do not know what the company rules on leave are, but she should consider suing.

    • danbax

      so what is supposed to happen? we’ll all be in the streets homeless or something?

      • Jerry C

        Economic collapse, bank closings, time of chaos, banks re-open & dollar devalued, millions lose their pensions/savings/401ks/IRAs, then a new electronic system to replace the old, all your debts are forgiven but you must receive an computer chip to be part of the new system to buy, sell or trade (to live). That’s my guess anyway.

        • patty

          I think you may be right concerning some of these things–just hope the chip is still a way off

      • Mondobeyondo

        That’s how certain people in charge would like it. But not everyone is gonna fall for it. Some of us are going to fight back.

        • chilller

          Count me in for “Biting Back.”…Ggrrrrr..

      • SunnyFlaSnotress

        The antichrist will sell you a loaf of bread for your soul.. just kidding.. a dollar revaluation would likely be the worst of it w/different social programs to help those in despair.

      • rushmoon

        If you have any money in bank, take it out now there will be a day and very soon this month when you go to your bank and there will be NO money

        • patty

          What is your take on credit union, I have read that they will be a “little,” safer than banks because they are members owned??

    • piccadillybabe

      Having a decent life is all about living within one’s means. You are way ahead of the game. Just think of those who have no clue about money, how to save, how to spend. I know many people who make 6 digits and they literally throw it away uselessly and needlessly.

    • Meranda Devan

      How do you prepare with no money in the bank?

      In an interview with Mena Lee Grebin (Trunews 5/5/15), Rick Wiles was in his backyard, praying to the Lord, when he asked God this very thing. I think you will find the answer to his prayer a comforting one,
      filled with hope….

      Mena: “That is why there are people who are investing in gold and silver. There are people who have done that. I have told, they have asked about that, and told them that is where you have to listen to the Lord to tell you what to do because I absolutely believe that every place is going to be impacted differently. Everyone
      is not like the earthquake that hits California…well we are not going to feel that on the east coast in that sense. People are being told different things. Some people are being told to store up on water mostly than anything. Others are being told, like one sister who lives 20 miles outside of the San Andreas fault line, …. a close friend of mine was told to leave. The Lord told her to get out. The Lord told her that the last summer would be her last summer period. She packed up her husband and her kids to leave”

      Rick: “I know other Christians who were given sudden instructions living in California to get up and leave now”

      Mena: “Yes, that is how hers was”

      Rick: “You know something, the Lord shared with me several years ago. I know what year it was, it was ….either late 2010, or early 2011. I was walking outside around in a field and was praying and asking Him……… Father, what do I say on the radio to the people who write to us, and call us and email and say…….I don’t have a lot of money. I just don’t have it. I hear you Rick, and I believe it…..I don’t have a lot of money to buy stuff and prepare…. I said Lord ….what do I say to them? This is what he told me Mena… He
      said tell them to take what money they have and buy the most that they can buy. He said if they have nothing to give away to share with others, I have nothing to bless. But if they have something, that
      they can share with others, I can bless it and multiply it. See it isn’t the amount that you have stored that is important, it is the amount that you are going to give away, that you are going to share with others. If you have a mindset that this is all about me, and mine and ours, … are not going to make it through. Your going to go through that provision so fast, or it’s going to be stolen from you or what ever. The Lord is going to have you give it away. You are going to be sharing it with others, and he is going to be multiplying it. There is going to be book of Acts, supernatural multiplication of physical goods that is going to be happening. But if you don’t have anything to give away, he has nothing to bless. So don’t worry about how much money, or lack of money you have, and you cannot buy anything to prepare…..just get something. Even if you can fill your closet up with cans of peas…you have peas to give away. I mean, do something. The Lord is going to bless….you know I think the other reason Mena, the Lord is telling some people to store this,..and you store that… because He is going to bring us together as the body. This whole thing about being divided and a loner, you know…we have this Americanized individualism … I will take care of myself ………No, guess what The Lord is going to force us to be the body of Christ. He is telling you to stock up of one particular item, because others are going to need it. Others who didn’t stock up on that thing”

      • hotchoco

        Well said.

      • Faith

        When the economic collapse hits, it will nothing like the Great Depression where people had high morals, values, and rules of conduct . There are so many people right on the edge, many will just end it other will lose it and other will be prepared. , Look at Katrina, within 4 days total anarchy rioting looting rape , the country watched in horror it was like watching Mad, Mad Max and Night Of The Living Dead all rolled into one! Knowing the psychos are psycho, with the stroke of he pen marital law will be implemented you will see many young, strong GI JOES casually walking with a weapon slung over the should Israeli style they will be in charge of food, water and gas . Then an asteroid will hit the planet and a tsunami will follow along with warm hurricane earthquake I was told the number of people that will perish …. get ready for the wildest roller coaster ride of your life!
        God told us where to go we are in the process of buying a home in another country and getting established there . The elite are leaving fast, and it is not due to capital controls guaranteed. The rich and powerful are in the know, and realize that when economic collapses the place will become dangerous fast it will be a scary place to live. First time ever in our history expatriating is hit record numbers and if you could ask them why there leaving home well you might be very surprised by the answers.
        God help us we were once a NATION UNDER GOD there is no other way we need God in our lives, in our schools Our forefathers prayed for God to lead them , lead us, and protect us. read the words of George Washington regarding God
        and his predictions …it is uncanny

    • flautistmaniac

      Just get a few things. God WILL multiply them for you. He does it all the time. I had a neighbor living off food storage when her husband lost his job. Every time she went to scrape the last of her #10 can of beans, there was another scoop there. Get a bag of wheat, rice and beans, oil and a pressure cooker. Make your soap out of wood ash. Eat the clover and the dandilions. Boil evergreen needles for vitamin A and C tea. Eat inner bark of maple trees, and the buds of oak trees. Filter water with sand and rocks. You will be just fine.

    • Orange Jean

      If there is one piece of advice I got from my father I would most want to share (he grew up in the Great Depression and lived into his 70s) it would be this:

      Things change, sometimes fast.

      I find that helps to remember that when I am feeling down because of something negative in my life. We may not have the ability to control when or to what the nature of that change is or will be… but surely things will change.

  • Patriot One

    No doubt the storm is coming, but timing it is trickie. Making predictions that don’t happen causes us to lose credibility. My guess is central bank can print for another 5 to 7 years as long as they all agree and stay peaceful, but China and Russia seem to be ramping up their Militaries. The storm is coming, but let’s pray it’s not 90 to 180 day away.

  • Guest

    You may hate me for this, but I’m going to say it anyway. I think you risk losing credibility by quoting Alex Jones. I didn’t watch the embedded video above. I don’t pay attention to Jones because I simply don’t trust him. I know a man who knows Alex Jones. My acquaintance says that Alex Jones has very serious psychological problems.

    • IsReal

      Well Alex Jones is living in a very dire time in human history that he’s keenly aware of so it would affect anyone’s state of mind. His problem is he doesn’t follow Jesus or the Word of God that his actions contradict. In Christianity this is called being double minded. He needs deliverance from demonic spirits that torment him.

      • alan

        In the ole days we just called them crackpots.

        • Ranier Wolfcastle

          The Christians are the true crackpots. The most successful cult in the history of humanity.

          • Vercingetorix

            Can you support your statements? Or are you just an intolerant bigot?

          • laura m.

            Some are God’s elect and the rest are castaways (reprobated) into lake of fire. chosen or rejected before the foundation of the world. Rom. ch 9, etc.

    • krinks

      Alex Jones and Lindsey Williams reminds me of the fellow who used to run the blog for Gerald Celente. He would say that Celente would say the opposite things to different people so that when one of his predictions came true he could advertise it (and proved it by the way). Jones and Williams both been wrong numerous times. A true prophet of God has a 100% accuracy standard to hold to.

      • sonny

        Williams never claimed to be a prophet and actually says the opposite. He has insider information.

        • krinks

          The point is that he has been wrong numerous times.

          • Vercingetorix

            More than numerous. He’s nearly always wrong.

        • Vercingetorix

          I’m a Christian. I listened to Lindsey Williams for almost a decade. He always claimed to have ” insider ” information, yet Lindsey was nearly always wrong. However, he does have some DVD to sell to protect ” the people” from the economic collapse. If Lindsey’s insider source is so good, why did he say the elite would get John McCain elected for President?

      • Gay Veteran

        Celente’s motto is think for yourself, not the sign of a person trying to fool people


      yes I agree, by using Alex Jones you diminish your argument because he is nothing but a huckster, profiteer, and a shill who is only out for enriching himself and has no credibility worth taking seriously, his broadcasts are more commercial than substance a real flim flam con man

      • Ranier Wolfcastle

        The other two are just as bad, as is the owner of this blog (he’s been posting the same crap for years now, to drive traffic to his site so he can earn his ad revenue and hawk his books to the paranoid hysterical religitard minions that serve as his audience.

        Haven’t you guys figured this out yet? You’re being played… and played… again and again and again.

        • Charles

          Ranier; you are absolutely correct.

        • laura m.

          Long ago, I bought several books from talk shows back when Chuck Harder and b. Cooper were on shortwave. one was Bill Cooper’s and one on prepping back in the early 90’s by H. Ruff. I refuse to buy books now, and have ditched 98 percent of them: they are clutter as info now can be got for free online. I have zero room for useless clutter. folks: toss, donate, sell useless stuff and declutter you will need the room for supplies. Yes, so called experts and financial gurus have been hyping this stuff since the late 70’s via books, radio and seminars. I did get some dvd’s four years ago from Greg Evensen on getting house in order and home defense. Jones gives out free stuff online to download, so why buy? I view them and pass them on to others. I’m sure this stuff was hyped in the 60’s and 70’s- way before I became informed, but then, was working two jobs to care and travelling the country, in my 20’s and early 30’s, had a very active social life. Now, we live like social recluses like most people do nowdays as elecgtronics/computers, etc has taken over peoples time..

    • Patriot One

      This is just my opinion on Alex Jones, I don’t know the man. Jones puts out a lot of good information then goes off into lala land with a conspiracy theory. You must try to discern what is real and relevant with his information. The first rule in analyzing information is to assume it’s all bad or bias. The big problem and the reason I’ll still watch Jones is I’ve followed the information down the rabbit hole and found a lot of truth and facts. Do your own research make your own decisions, but I do tend to put AJ over by the nut job column.

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      I don’t hate you at all.. but then again, I can’t see your previous postings.

    • smoke57

      I have pretty much given up on Infowars. The minute Alex Jones go into a tirade I have to leave the page. I am no longer fretting over an economic collapse. It has “supposed to happen” many times in the past. Every fire needs its fuel.

    • Charles

      Alex Jones is either a disinfo agent “to use his terminology” or a scammer. In 1999, he said that troops were putting people in camps. Just search for the Bill Cooper show about Alex Jones and Y2K. Also, just look at the items Alex Jones sells: Male Vitality packs! Hahaa! I don’t trust Lord Alex Jones either!

  • frankensteingovernment

    I am going to bookmark and save this blog. Know this. Any dipshit predicting collapses in narrow timeframes- more often than not- is proven a dipshit. I’ve been hearing this crap for 6 years.

    • Todd

      I agree. I think michael is smart…but same old stuff over and over and it’s always 3-6 months away. That’s what keeps u coming back to the blogs,. Hard to believe in collapse…it’s been coming next month forever now

      • Guest

        The same was said about the Roman Empire.

  • Tim

    We all want to be right about what we believe. I certainly do. My “awakening” began in the early 2000s while I was working in Washington, DC. The person that I give the most credit to for waking me up and causing me to see the gravity of this nation’s fiscal situation is David M. Walker. He was the Comptroller General of the U.S. at the time, and I was working for the agency that he headed. After several years there I was certain that we were close to complete economic collapse, so I resigned and moved to a different part of the country. I took a job in the private sector. Do I regret leaving Washington when I did? Yes, I certainly do. I deeply regret it. I enjoyed my job there, and I was well-liked.

    Overall, I feel that I’ve wasted the past several years of my life. Do I believe that collapse is coming. Yes, I absolutely do. But I was wrong about the timing. I underestimated the ability of TPTB to keep the global financial system going. These are very smart people, folks. Heck, I think even David Walker is amazed that it has continued this long. I don’t see him in the media much anymore. How much longer can they keep it going? Nobody knows. And that’s the hardest part about all of this.

  • GetReal4U2

    I think that so many of us are just in shock that the things that we
    have been warning about for so long are now actually happening…
    sadly…as you can see below…most STILL don’t think there is a problem…and many sure as heck don’t believe the short time frame…believe it or not…it’s happening…it may actually be a lot deeper and worse than most think…REPENT now…get ready…September approaches quickly…read “the most important thing” article above…NO ONE can claim they weren’t warned…as the “supreme court” is about to change life in America as we know it…know that GOD will not be mocked…HIS “end of the church age” timeline is going to be fulfilled VERY soon…

    • IsReal

      Because the were in it to make a business off of and then got so caught up into the money they forgot where it was all leading.

    • Gay Veteran

      October approaches quickly

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      Haven’t I seen you in NYC in a sandwich sign ringing a bell?

  • Avner

    “May you live in interesting times.”

  • Strongsafe

    I am tired of waiting for this thing to take place. I am looking forward to having to cling to and trust the LORD for my next meal and watching Him remove all of the filth from off the earth even if I do not get to see all the way through as He finishes the work. The glory of the LORD will be revealed as all of the rich cast their gold and silver and their idols into the streets and into the holes in the earth. Praise Jesus, this ball of filth will be sanitized some day soon.

    • IsReal

      You shouldn’t be waiting for this “think to take place” but waiting upon the Lord for his direction to you.

      • SozoedbyChrist

        Beautifully written, IsReal. I agree 100%.

        • alan

          I’m not sure what he is saying. Need more details, like there is a ton of gold buried under an abandon house some where.

      • GSOB

        “not concerned for yourself and survival if you’re a follower of Jesus you’d be happy to lay down your life for others.”

        Where do you get this?

      • Strongsafe

        Revelation 6:9-10

  • IsReal

    Unfortunately, we don’t have time to be distracted by Alex Jones any longer. Turn to Jesus Christ for your salvation and His Word of God or the demonic spirits will suck you down into hell with them. The choice is yours!

    • victorstock86 .

      Wrong actually, hell was made for demons and people who reject God’s salvation through Jesus…it is God who sends people to hell not demons. They will be there with the disobedient (Matthew 25:41)
      I do know the bible very well….

  • srknox

    If Lindsey Williams has directed the entire web reading world to Michael’s article, in one of his urgent warning newsletters, you can bet he’s saying Michael’s queries are on the right track. I would take heed at what’s been written and start reading between the lines. Something in the article stands out as correct. My guess is the part about interest rates rising. This was said by Lindsey Williams many many years ago as one of several steps, timeline sequence of events, leading up to the collapse. Interest rates rising is one of the last few steps the criminal globalists would take before the world’s financial structures fail. Step 1, currency wars, step 2, trade wars, being ramroded by non other than our fearless US politicians and leaders at this very moment, under the guise of TPP, step 3 rising interest rates, step 4 derivitives exploding. If Mr. Mannorino’s article is correct, which Chaplain Williams has also directed everyone to read, then he’s more than likely indicating that the collapse in fact has already begun. Hence, some of the points in the article Michael touched upon are about to be even more relevant very soon.

    • IsReal

      Should be listening to Jesus and not allowing these clowns anymore of our time!

      • Plextt .

        Donate extra money this coming Sunday. Common sense is no longer common:-)

      • Tim

        Lindsey Williams is a Christian. He’s a good man, and I believe he has good intentions.

        “The best of men are men at best.”

      • Daniel Cameron

        When was the last time Jesus came down and made a speech to us mere mortals? Yeah… Quoting an old book that was written by men and picked out by a corrupt religious authority in the Catholic Church is laughable.

    • Mike Smithy

      Many prognosticators stated that we will experience a deflationary collapse followed by a hyper-inflationary collapse.

  • IsReal

    Scott, you are greatly deceived. If you don’t accept Jesus, there really is an eternal hell for your failed spiritual fallen life where you’ll end up with Satan and fallen demonic angels in eternity. Jesus died for our sins and if you reject what he did and go your own way you will never, ever be with God and will suffer eternal hell fire and torment forever and ever.

    • Vedad Grozdanic

      If you are actually interested in answering the questions that a non-Christian considers an obstacle to accepting Christianity (though this same person does believe in God), then perhaps you will consider this question, or any of a number of other ones that I have.

      If Jesus died for our sins, then does that mean that, for a few days, there was no Trinity, but only God the Father and the Holy Spirit?

  • K

    I do not care who you all believe or do not. Can you not see the signs of the time. Evil grows with each passing day. The police are armed as heavy as some military units. It has not always been that way. The military is training to grab people off the street. That has not always been that way. If you can not see, that things are very different than they used to be. Then you are blind to your surroundings. For the record, I believe the Lord put me in my present house. High in the mountains and remote.

    • Guest

      Thats great, K. I wish I could move to a remote place. But I don’t have the means.

      • K

        Then in your case, you must prepare to leave. You must keep a close eye on developments as they occur. You must have a well defined point, at which you would leave. Have a place picked you would fall back to. The first one must be reachable on a single tank of gas. Rural motels are where many of my friends, have their initial fall back location. Be well organised, be able to pack and leave, in a half hour or less. Make sure you include food and water.You have one goal, leave before everyone else, is trying to leave.

    • baofeng

      You are exactly right. Things have NEVER been like this before. The world, and this country in particular, are ripe for judgement.

    • Gay Veteran

      the military couldn’t defeat a bunch of goat herders in Afghanistan

  • James

    Why is Alex Jones holding a microphone in his hand when you can clearly see someone in the mirror recording this entire video on a phone (with no wires attached) ? Is he grandstanding?

    • Who cares? It’s not the point…

    • nobody

      No, he’s just using an external microphone to have a much better sound than that captured by the onboard one. Are you trying to tell me you never heard of that?

  • rat28

    Doomsayers have been warning since 2009.. but they forget our govt always have a solution to a crisis. All these “depression 2” never materialize..In fact we have record stock market, lowest unemployment rate in 10 years and reduce deficit. These are all achieved despite the obstructionists in congress trying to sabotage every attempt to resuscitate the middle class.

    • nobody

      You know that the only ones that are counted as unemployed are the ones that still receive some form of government handout, right?

    • alan

      It started in 2008 you just weren’t paying attention, watching too much CNN/Fox network. Their solution is print and barrow and will work for a long time until it doesn’t. When it doesn’t is the problem. Look back through history at all the empires and where are they now?

    • greyprepper

      Okay I’m a little annoyed with the ongoing September rhetoric but that was just naive.

  • Paul

    While I know the economic system is rotten, I have a hard time believing people who say a crash will happen by this month or this year. The markets are so manipulated. Also, the Federal Reserve is doing everything it its power to keep the Ponzi scheme going.

  • Alwaystomorrow

    Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. I will NOT fall for this again.

    • alan

      Come on one more time, its for the children.

    • greyprepper

      I’m of the same mind. The Ebola panic was the last straw for me.

      • Sandbagger

        Same here. I keep reading blogs like Michael’s though. Only difference, I no longer allow it to influence my plans. In other words, I don’t plan to rush out and purchase a “sick room”, bunker, hydroponics, cash out all to gold and silver, etc.

        • greyprepper

          Well don’t misunderstand, I’m a big advocate of preparedness. It’s definitely in your best interests to build a safety net for tough times. Don’t forget that what we call “prepping” was just good common sense up until about a century ago.

          • Sandbagger

            Right you are. That’s why I said I don’t allow sites like this to influence my plans. I still prep, but I don’t allow it to rule my life.

          • greyprepper

            Agreed! Even in catastrophic times one must remember to stop and smell the roses. I won’t be canceling any vacations this September.

          • Sandbagger

            I hope you have a good vacation, greyprepper. Just remember, don’t go into debt for it! As for us, we are still paying down debt and won’t be able to take a vacation for at least a year. Meanwhile, we are working to learn how to better grow our garden, can our harvest, etc. 🙂

  • Kevin B

    It is time for women to lose their special unappreciated rights. Try to vote me down-you CAN’T!. Because even Discus’ting is now feminized.

    • SunnyFlaSnotress

      We are taking over.. nyah nyah

  • Digiadam

    Its just money.

    • Avner

      It’s just currency. A private companies product. A debt instrument.

      A fiat currency… remember that.

  • Day tripper

    We will all be dead a lot longer than we will be alive on this earth. Trust Jesus for eternal life.

    • nobody

      And you know this to be true because you have read it it in an old book, right?

      • df NJ

        All dogma is based on a set of base axioms you accept as truth without supporting evidence. For example, in science we have “time” as a base axiom to the accepted dogma. Prove to me “time” exists. You can’t touch it. You can’t see it. You claim to measure it but it’s kind of arbitrary when you say start and stop. You claim it’s everywhere yet it can’t be seen. “Time” sounds a lot like another word used in a popular dogma.

        • Daniel Cameron

          Thank you…

          • Nemnor

            No thanks… ‘df NJ’ answered using an improper analogy (i.e. using the the existence of “Time” is NOT a proper analogy).

            You can only have 3 answers to the question ‘nobody’ asked. Please see my related reply to ‘df NJ’ (above).

        • Nemnor

          df NJ, using “Time” in your analogy is not so “proper”.

          With “Time”, though one can not “touch” or “see” it, regardless to what perception one has of “Time”, one can nevertheless demonstrate the USE of “Time” in their practical everyday life, and this is how one KNOWS that “Time” exists.

          For example, in preparing to go to the Movies or to Dinner, you USE your perception of “Time” to plan when you will prepare (i.e. bathe, get dress, get into your car, etc.) and get to the Movie or Dinner on “Time”.

          AND, you can demonstrate to another person, using YOUR perception of “Time” and have them get to a Movie or a Dinner on “Time”, and hence, you SHOW the other person that they also can USE “Time” (and, of course, they already knew that). So you both KNOW that “Time” exists, as it is something you can (practically) USE.

          So, with the foregoing, if you read in a book that someone “walked on water”, and someone ask you – how do you KNOW that what you read is true? Your answer can only be – ( 1 ) I was there personally (and even at that, what you think you saw could be questioned), or ( 2 ) I simply BELIEVE what I read to be the truth (and you may give any number of reason why you BELIEVE what you read), or ( 3 ) Though I was not there, I believe/know what I read was/is true, as I can now DEMONSTRATE/SHOW (or have someone demonstrate) to you, HOW to actually “walk on water”. Again, answering with an improper analogy (concerning the existance of “Time”), would not be a proper answer.

        • nobody

          Time can be measured, can be altered and can be scientifically demonstrated that it exists simply by its effects. You can say exactly the same thing about gamma radiation, but apparently basic physics is beyond your grasp.
          Not my fault, it’s your parents, they are the ones that have indoctrinated you instead of educating you.

      • Jerry C

        Yes. Study the book of Daniel and get back to me. Even the most liberal godless scientists date the book several hundred years before the events. Go ahead. Do the research yourself and answer your own question.

        • nobody

          Yes, so exact that they make the Nostradamus prophecies examples of accuracy. BTW using the Bible to prove the Bible is fit only for persons with an IQ less than 50. Should i conclude from the fact that you just did it that you’re certifiably retarded?

          • Jerry C

            Where to begin? First, Nostradamus prophecies are so vague that only you, a complete moron, would consider them close to being accurate. Second, using the Bible to prove the Bible concerning prophecies on future events should convince anyone with half a brain the absolute accuracy & precision. I’d wager my IQ drawfs yours by double digits, so you’d be the one closer to retardation. Lastly, you proved my point. You’ve done zero research. Nadda. Zelch. Take the blue pill and believe whatever you want. Go to the back of your short yellow bus. Don’t forget to wear your helmet. You’re a complete waste of time.

          • nobody

            Yes, that’s my point, that you’re so cretin you actually believe the obvious bs you’re spewing.

    • Paul F


    • df NJ

      I’m not sure there is life after death. I think what happens when you die is you turn and look into the face of God. You become so enamored you do not have time for any conscious level ego driven thoughts. Why would you want to? God’s beauty is all consuming. Everyone is absorbed into the mind of God.

      • SunnyFlaSnotress

        Not that I rule out an afterlife, but there’s no big lordly old man sitting in the sky.

  • WK

    I see some things haven’t changed, LOL. It is always the same people being quoted about the apocalypse, and sure one of these days it may happen. But does that make them accurate forecasters if they are only right once in 7 years?

    The global economy is soft, no question. But is the sky going to fall in, even with a Greek default? No. The only way 2008 repeats is if the system locks up like it did in 2008 when all the damn banks get scared they aren’t going to be repaid, and they stop lending to each other. The central banks learned their lesson to avoid this utter lack of confidence.

    If an investor is foolish to be long on Greek paper by now, he deserves to lose his investment. Same with Chicago, and Illinois, and other municipalities that should have been posted bankrupt long ago. There will be a realignment at some point since taxpayers will not agree to fund the increased taxes to offset unfunded pension liabilities to the degree needed. I don’t care if constitutional amendments are in place like in Illinois or not. Taxpayers will just not agree to pay for pensioners living high on the hog in a number of cases. This is the largest contributing factor to weak municipal governments.

    • rentslave

      No state will default because they never again will be able to borrow.They’ll shakedown everyone in their states.

  • rentslave

    Hopefully,it’ll be just Real Estate,a crash so bad there aren’t enough Red Chinese and American Jews to buy up everything to keep the prices high.After 47 years of paying rent,I deserve a shot.

  • alan

    I still say we are in a collapse for the last 7 years and we may see a larger down turn soon. You can be assured the stock market won’t fall far and the Fed will print any amount of money to keep things afloat. Making predictions is for fortune tellers and such. The people running this show are just trying to make a billion anyway they can and don’t want the music to stop. Once your hooked there’s no way off. I fear this will be a long grind.

  • Avner

    I think as time goes on, people like Lindsey Williams who get accused of saying the sky is falling constantly are going to be proven correct… just early in their diagnosis that’s all.

    I think there is a huge opportunity to get ready here, to live well, and if you game it right.. you’ll be even freer than you are now.

  • grumpyhillbilly

    Timing isn’t my forte. However the U.S. house of cards seems extremely shaky. This fall for the collapse? I can buy it. Just look at the political elite. The congressional GOP are signing away their power for what I assume is a big payout. Obama has been sucessfully fomenting racial wars. Military doing exercises on US civilian soil. Now Karl Rove is talking about repealing the second amendment. It’s either bizaaro world on hyper drive or the DC elites are setting up their excuse for Marshall law. My guess it’s the latter, and economic collapse will be the reason.e

    As for the elites packing off to elsewhere. Where to? Is this why they are encouraging illegal immigration to here and Europe? Perhaps a little ethnic cleansing prior to the rich moving in?

  • Avner

    Here is one for you guys… tptb are so desperate that the euro stocks are high on Greek deal “optimism.” No actual results, just hope. Maybe I should try to buy an Aston Martin and say I’ll hope to make a payment and let’s see how far I get…..

    Yeah, didn’t think so. So, watch the high go down so low when Greece says “f*ck you”.. my god it’s a joke

    • df NJ

      Tsipras is costing the European banking monarchy billions of dollars. How long until he’s assa_ssinated?

  • krinks

    I don’t think AJ is so much paid opposition as he is a skin head with hair. He knows he can’t come right out and use overtly antisemitic language and stay on the air. He can though change the labels from Jew/Zionist/Mossad/Israel to International Banker, say the exact same things about the same people, and garner an audience. I don’t think it a coincidence that every one of his guests hates Israel with a passion. The icing on the cake to this theory is his having Steven Anderson on his show and trumpeting his videos.

    • Nemnor

      Mmm… but why would Alex Jones’ audience “hate Israel with a passion”, even though Alex Jones is condemning/blaming “International Bankers” for much of the world’s economic woes?

      Could it be because his audience are seeing (correctly, OR, incorrectly) “Jew/Zionist/Mossad/Israel” as being the same (more or less) “International Bankers”?

      Michael, can you come up with some real (factual) statistics to show that “Jew/Zionist/Mossad/Israel” are indeed (OR, are NOT) generally the same “International Bankers”?

    • SodThat

      Alex Jones is married to a Jew so your view is inaccurate.

      • hmmm

        His wife is from Spain so I doubt she is a jew

  • df NJ

    Don’t mess with Texas!

    AUSTIN, Tex. (June 12, 2015) – Today, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed a bill establishing the nation’s first state-level gold depository, an important first step towards gold and silver as commonly-used legal tender in the state.

    Introduced by State Rep. Giovanni Capriglione (R- Southlake) and four co-sponsors on Feb. 12, House Bill 483 (HB483) will create what some pundits are calling the Texas “Fort Knox.” State officials told the Houston Chronicle that “No other state has its own state bullion depository.”

  • Max

    “The simple believe anything, but the prudent give thought to their steps.”

    • df NJ

      Half the time I learn by making mistakes. The other half of the time I just get lucky!

  • Black

    My “Elite friend?” Huh?

  • Black

    Alex Jones clearly has a PILE of gold that he paid $2,200 oz for

    • df NJ

      When the crisis hits some people think overnight we will see $20,000 per ounce gold. It’s hard to say if this is an outrageous idea. The modern fiat currency system with all its derivatives is beyond most human comprehension. It’s not clear what will happened. We might see German like hyper-inflation. Why are the bankers allowing the Chinese to peg their Yuan 6 to 1 against our dollar. With no factories or production capacity, it’s like we are paying post-WWI German like reparations. The goal may be to collapse the banks, impoverish the people, and then install a NWO dictator. I think the goal is a one World central bank, a one World central currency, and the end of nation states within the trade authorities.

  • David Hammond

    Did Lindsey Williams tell you to buy his DVDs too? That by doing so you will be putting supper on your family table…ha!

  • Black

    So, all the wealthy people are leaving THIS country to go to some place safer? Where might that be? Haiti?

    • df NJ

      I could escape this feeling
      with my China girl
      I feel a wreck
      without my little China girl
      I hear her heart beating
      loud as thunder
      Saw they stars crashing
      I’m a mess
      without my little China girl
      Wake up mornings where’s my little China girl
      I hear her heart’s beating
      loud as thunder
      Saw they stars crashing down
      I feel a-tragic
      like I’m Marlon Brando
      When I look at my china girl
      I could pretend that nothing really meant too much
      When I look at my China girl
      I stumble into town just like a sacred cow
      Visions of swasticas in my head
      Plans for everyone
      It’s in the white of my eyes
      My little China girl
      You shouldn’t mess with me
      I’ll ruin everything you are
      I’ll give you television
      I’ll give you eyes of blue
      I’ll give you man who wants to rule the world

  • SunnyFlaSnotress

    Mike’s archives (aka don’t hold your breath):
    8/13/14″14 Reasons Why The U.S. Economy’s Bubble Of False Prosperity May Be About To Burst”
    12/1/13 “15 Signs That We Are Near The Peak Of An Absolutely Massive Stock Market Bubble”
    8/18/11″20 Signs That The World Could Be Headed For An Economic Apocalypse In 2012
    6/30/10 25 “Signs That Almost Everyone Is Expecting An Economic Collapse In 2010”
    5/28/10 “The Depression Of 2011? 23 Economic Warning Signs From Financial Authorities All Over The Globe

    • df NJ

      Yeah, the power of the printing press. It may be another 10 or 20 years before we see real collapse:

      “From November 2013 through January 2014 Belgium with a GDP of $480 billion purchased $141.2 billion of US Treasury bonds. Somehow Belgium came up with enough money to allocate during a 3-month period 29 percent of its annual GDP to the purchase of US Treasury bonds.

      Certainly Belgium did not have a budget surplus of $141.2 billion. Was Belgium running a trade surplus during a 3-month period equal to 29 percent of Belgium GDP?

      No, Belgium’s trade and current accounts are in deficit.

      Did Belgium’s central bank print $141.2 billion worth of euros in order to make the purchase?

      No, Belgium is a member of the euro system, and its central bank cannot increase the money supply.

      So where did the $141.2 billion come from?

      There is only one source. The money came from the US Federal Reserve, and the purchase was laundered through Belgium in order to hide the fact that actual Federal Reserve bond purchases during November 2013 through January 2014 were $112 billion per month.”

      • sharonsj

        You are correct. The Fed has been giving money to banks worldwide. But it’s not necessarily printing money and handing it out; it’s more like a free credit card. That’s why the money in the system doesn’t reach the average person–the banks and the corporations are using the credit to enrich themselves while the rest of us struggle.

    • Peace

      Excellent. Just goes to show you how the same tired old end of the world is near just keeps being spewed year after friggin year. I hope people move on from this as being bogged down in this doom and constant worry just makes it a reality for yourself projected from your own consciousness.

    • Forgiveness!!!

      He will get it right one of these years, even if that year is 111111111111!

  • David

    The Hell will come first before anyone see the Paradise on earth. We , the humans will have to go through a lot of chaos till we find the way to recover from the crisis, which was planned by the Elites to dominate this shattered world. I would like to believe that the end of Evil is about to reveal itself by the will and the power of THE PEOPLE . The righteous people with the iron WILLl to stand up against this massive power of Evil to end and bring the equality and justice for all of us. All things end someday . . . . .

    • df NJ

      The nine circles of Hell
      1 First Circle (New Jersey)
      2 Second Circle (Lust)
      3 Third Circle (Gluttony)
      4 Fourth Circle (Greed)
      5 Fifth Circle (Anger)
      6 Sixth Circle (Heresy)
      7 Seventh Circle (Violence)
      8 Eighth Circle (Fraud)
      9 Ninth Circle (Treachery)

  • Peace

    Lindsey Williams is a shill and a liar. His predictions have never come through and the fact that he brags about this mysterious elite friend is just more proof that he is all about lining his own pockets than giving factual information. Don’t forget to buy his DVD’s so you can help him out with that while he drones on and on about nothing in the guise of pretending he is actually telling you something of value.

  • god by default

    life’s a bi tch and than you die, that’s why we get high, cuz you never know when you gonna go……

  • King Pete

    “The sky is falling! The sky is falling!”
    Chicken Little

    • sre

      You must have read my comment. I wrote the same thing, but I didn’t attribute the quote. I should have.

  • DJohn1

    I think you are on to something. Yet numerous articles in the past have predicted the same thing.
    So “Crying Wolf” becomes a problem when the wolf is actually at the door.
    What has to happen to keep this situation from occurring in September?
    1. Would suggest that the compounding debt of the average man has to stop some place and quick.
    2. Would suggest increasing discretionary income of the average person. Lower taxes and give the common person more back.
    3. Would suggest we postpone Obamacare indefinitely until a more practical healthcare solution can be arrived at.
    4. Change the laws concerning Foreclosure so that people that are unemployed have a chance to sell their property instead of losing everything to the bank. That means every property in America has to be insured against unemployment loss.
    5. Change the Sherman Anti-trust Act to reflect current conditions and world competition for the market place. It is silly to hamstring our industry when their industry is not.
    6. Start a retraining program that will make our workers competitive with the world.
    7. Dismantle the major government bureaus. That means finding a far more efficient way to collect taxes that does not involve complicated processes that no one really understands including the agency itself.
    That means rewriting EPA law so it makes sense. Not ten truckloads full of documentation by a bureau.
    8. My own favorite is to dismantle the political process in which only two political parties have a chance of being elected.
    Both parties work together far to often to the detriment of the public.
    9. Allow new parties to form and get elected with new ideas on how to do things.
    10. Follow the law concerning illegal immigration.

    • Gay Veteran

      reduce medical costs by 80% by applying anti-monopoly laws to ALL aspects of medicine (insurance companies, hospitals, drug makers, etc.)
      repeal all “free trade” laws and impose tariffs

      • DJohn1

        I would suggest doing away with the American Medical Association and all laws licensing doctors to “practice” medicine.
        I would also publish their mortality rate amongst their patients.
        It is no coincidence that we have no cure for Diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Those are all cash cows for doctors. What they hide is probably criminal.
        I got kicked off Gary North’s site about a year or two ago for suggesting tariffs as a solution to our dealings with China, India, and crew.
        Sometimes we do think alike.
        However the solution is not a practical one.
        All tariffs will do is add to the cost of living. It will not stop anything.

        • Gay Veteran

          drug companies do not want a cure.
          tariffs will bring the jobs back to America

  • King Pete

    Funny thing is, so many who post here claim to be Christians, but don’t listen to Jesus. What did Jesus say?”Matthew 6 :25-34(do not worry about tomorrow).You folks should reread that section and rest on your faith, and trust God to take care of you.

    • Jerry C

      Noah spent 120 years building the arc, Joseph prepared 7 years during the seven years of plenty for the coming famine, and on and on. God warns believers beforehand to ACT; not to put your head in the ground & ignore His warnings.

      • K

        Well done. One of the few that gets it.

      • Gay Veteran

        find that arK yet?

      • King Pete

        So you refer to the old testament, which was written for the Jews, and ignore the teachings of Jesus in the new testament, which the bible plainly tells us supercedes the teachings of the old .We are in new testament times…the moral law from the old stays in force, but the rest is there to help us better understand the new.The plain teaching of the new is to not worry about tomorrow,that sufficient is the evil for today.That is why the man who planned to pull down his barns and build greater is called a fool in Luke.That is why the witnesses and missionaries are sent out with nothing but the clothing on their back to spread the gospel.People really need to read the whole book.

    • Mike Smithy

      God helps those that help themselves.

      • jaxon64

        Not in the bible..just one of those old, made up sayings. Kind of like how the liberals always espouse, “separation of church and state” is supposedly in the constitution.
        If you repeat a lie often enough, it becomes accepted as fact even if it is opposite of the truth.

        • Gay Veteran

          awwwwwww, what’s wrong, your religion so weak you need the government to push it?

    • df NJ

      When I think of all the worries
      That people seem to find
      And how they’re in a hurry
      To complicate their minds
      By chasing after money
      And dreams that can’t come true
      I’m glad that we are different
      We’ve better things to do
      May others plan their future
      I’m busy loving you
      One, two, three, four
      Sha-la-la-la-la-la, live for today
      (Hey, hey, hey)
      Sha-la-la-la-la-la, live for today
      And don’t worry ’bout tomorrow, hey
      Sha-la-la-la-la-la, live for today
      Live for today
      We were never meant to worry
      The way that people do
      And I don’t need to hurry
      As long as I’m with you
      We’ll take it nice and easy
      And use my simple plan
      You’ll be my lovin’ woman
      I’ll be your lovin’ man
      We’ll take the most from living
      Have pleasure while we can
      Two, three, four
      Sha-la-la-la-la-la, live

  • George Costanza

    Nothing Alex Jones says comes to fruition. He is a profiteering fear monger. There’s a difference between those who believe conspiracies exist when it comes to certain events or topics, but this clown is a conspiracy extremist. Everything is a conspiracy and gloom & doom are dollar signs to him. Every year an economic collapse is predicted by either Jones, his fellow conspiracy cronies, or his infinite phantom “inside sources” (voices in his head).

    • Nimadan

      You’re an idiot. His essential prediction has always been that a globalist police state is being covertly brought in world-wide and everything I see proves him right.

  • df NJ

    Just remember, whatever happens be careful not to fall under the spell of a Hegelian Dialectic: Problem, Reaction, Savior.

    “Another form of the Hegelian Dialectic is Problem – Reaction – Solution. Most of us unwittingly fall victim to it all too often and sadly if we don’t stop, we will continue to lose our free will and liberties. It has been widely used by our governments and corporations around the world. You could say that in terms of controlling the masses, and society in general, it’s deployment has been an effective tool in keeping humanity in check.

    Almost all major events in history employ the Hegelian Dialectic of:

    Problem – manufacture a crisis or take advantage of one already in place in order to get the desired Reaction of public outcry whereby the public demands a Solution which as been predetermined from the beginning.

    Here’s a more current example of the Hegelian Dialectic is use. In Australia at present both of the main political parties on the eve of the upcoming election on September 7 are discussing “Boat People”. A derogatory term used to describe refugees and asylum seekers displaced by war or other hardships. I don’t believe they constitute what you would call a “crisis” as the statistics clearly show they aren’t, but for the purpose of this example, our Government is telling us they are a problem. The media is used to play up this problem in order to instigate a reaction (debate) in the public domain on how to tackle it. Both the opposition and ruling party offer their solution.

    Again we see that the only real debate occurring is just the minor differences between those two parties. Nothing is said or done about the many other more important issues that neither left or right is discussing.

    In order to avoid falling victim to the Hegelian Dialectic from now on you must remember the process involved. Anytime a major problem or issue arises in society think about who will gain or profit from it. Then remove yourself from the equation and take a step back to look at it from a third party perspective. See the so-called “problem”, look at who is reacting, why and in what way. Then look for who is offering up the solution.”

    • watchmanonthetower

      “Cui bono”

      • df NJ

        Knowing the meaning of those words is probably more important than voting.

  • Mondobeyondo

    It’s almost like those stories about how some animals behave just before an earthquake strikes. They seem to have a sixth sense – they know something serious is about to go down.

    Lindsey Williams and Alex Jones also seem to know…. that very soon, something wicked this way comes.

    • df NJ

      I am out of my mind with anxiety. But I also have some health and financial issues. “How can we sleep while our beds are burning?” You always think you will live forever with infinite power. And then getting older makes you start to think maybe voting libertarian will not work out so well. I thought as baby boomers got older we would see a huge shift to the left as the me-Generation voted for lots of free stuff socialism. But so far its only been military spending. It seems like this country is moving further to the right every year. Bombing Iran is next.

      • Nimadan

        No, a major war in Ukraine or the South China Sea is next.

  • Yooper

    Pretty hard preparing for something that no one knows for sure of when and for what? Living for today, it’s really all anyone has? Living for today, attempting to prepare for tomorrow, in that order?

    • Nimadan

      In other words, you’re confused, and incoherent,
      and you want to go back to sleep.

      So go back to sleep, little sheep.

      • Yooper

        Hardly. I’ve the mind there might be a massive die-off and was “educated” that might be just “around the corner” over 40 years ago… so just say’en…

        • Nimadan

          Well there was no way to tell that from your post. Sheep are everywhere, as are the shills tasked with keeping the sheeple asleep.

          I agree that it’s generally a bad idea giving dates. However I’ve never seen a time when the financial indicators were so ominous and this at the same time when the geo-political situation looks almost as bad. I will be very relieved if we get through this October without some kind of disaster.

          • tayronachan

            We won’t, get through Oct without some kind of bad event that is. In bonds more than likely.

  • Ranier Wolfcastle

    What a complete crackpot posting, quoting three well-known wackaloons.

    • tayronachan

      Martin Armstrong’s program has done a very, very good job of predicting peaks and crashes. Things seem to run in cycles. At any rate, look at what history says about where we are. There is nothing new under the sun.

  • B

    Only the lord knows what is goin to happen in September.

  • izzy

    The world is a freakin’ mess, no doubt about it. A lot of this could happen. I’ve got a bet on the VIX myself, cynic that I am. Apparently even Apple’s founder Steve Wozniak has run off to Tasmania. On the other hand, it’s hard to imagine any genuine “insiders” revealing all this to Alex Jones when he was six or seven years old. He must have been very precocious.

  • Nimadan

    I don’t give a crap what you think of me. Your casual dismissal of the most effective communicator in the anti-globalist movement tells me everything I need to know about your judgment. Your attack on alternative research proves you just another fool who can’t connect the dots.

    • George Costanza

      Ha!! Congratulations, you’ve just elevated yourself to laughable joke status. “The most effective communicator in the anti-globalist movement”??? You’re a tool for buying into his over dramatized brand of tabloid fear mongering. In between your stints on street corners with a “The End is Near” sandwich board draped over your weak shoulders, why don’t you educate yourself and formulate your own thoughts instead of following the bright shiny light of misinformation. You’re the epitome of the word sheeple, you blind hypocrite. I remember the last time a group of people blindly followed a man named Jones, drink up that Kool Aid kid. No seriously, do us all a favor.

      I’m done wasting my energy on you. If nothing else you’re good for a cheap laugh. Have fun writing your manifesto in your backwoods tar paper shack, moron. Haha!! “The most effective communicator in the anti-globalist movement”. Priceless!!

      • Nimadan

        10-1, you don’t even know what the word “globalist” means.

        Morons like you never do.

  • Km

    Any one of those guys has the money to live anywhere! Hopefully with all their wealth, they are willing to help (some)? And why are they wealthy, because gullible people give their hard earned money over to these guys, and what have they really accomplished over the years? Yeah, you guessed it, made themselves wealthy and now can leave anytime they want to! These guys won’t go down with the ship!

  • Terry

    Heard you on Alex today. Great interview. As a long time option trader I just want to corroborate what Dana Lyons says about VIX derivatives. Dec 50 VIX Calls (The VIX rises above 50 in a crash. It hit >89 in Oct ’08) have outrageous volume (e.g. 28,233) and are priced 3x’s their theoretical value. This means that someone is making a huge ($564,660) bet that the VIX will be over 50 by the 3rd week in Dec 2015 for options that theoretically are worth $197,631. Someone knows something, and it is not good for folks long the stock market.

  • Terry

    @Josh, Great review. Thanks

  • GCO92312

    I know a crash is coming….but these men are false prophets. Nothing they tell you will actually benifit you. I liken their preparation advice to building a sand castle on the beach as the tide is coming in.

    • GCO92312

      Not a single prepper will survive what is coming. It is best to get your life right with Jesus Christ….. we are going to drink this cup full stregnth, so it makes sense to fix the breach in our souls first. “Those who loose their life for my sake will gain it, but those who try to save their lives will loose it.”—Jesus.

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