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Not really shocking to us here at GLP, but:

100% Chance of Crisis, Worse Than 2008: Jim Rogers

The world is definitely going to face another financial crisis stemming from problems in Europe, Jim Rogers said Wednesday.

"We're certainly going to have more crises coming out of Europe and America; the world is in trouble. The world has been spending staggering amounts of money that it doesn't have for a few decades now, and it's all coming home to roost," Rogers, CEO and chairman Rogers Holdings told CNBC.

He added that the crisis would be much worse than the one markets saw in 2008 because the debt is much higher now.

[link to www.cnbc.com]
 Quoting: MARTIAL LAW





Agan... Not one mention of the INTENTIONAL nature of this manufactured "crisis".

So WHAT if it matches the plans of the globalists al along, and the bible as well.

Hello, Mark of the Breast.

Choose wisely, my friends. If the time comes where you must do something in order to be able to buy and sell... DO NOT DO IT.

Yes, there will be pain for you. But DO NOT DO IT.

There is no more serious warning in all of scripture, than that against taking the Mark of the Scum.... er... I mean Beast. We are almost there. It will come after a total economic collapse, with a new "world currency". hich will be digital money, s to speak. NO CASH AT ALL. And no ability to buy or sell, apart from the system.

Again... When it comes choose wisely.
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OK for real to reign back in the dereailment of Martials Thread. Check this out. jefferson County Alabama Muni's just went down. It's on the main.

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Good. Let those tards burn. That's what they get for borrowing $3 billion for a new sewer and then pissing it all away on jewelry and fancy suits.

My friend Nick, who by the way, declines the royalties owed to you through your copyright, should have listened to me and moved to the country years ago. Now, he gets to pay $200 a month for his water, while I pay $24.

[link to blog.al.com]

Jefferson County Commission votes 4-1 to file nation's largest municipal bankruptcy

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Rev. 21:4 He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.
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Did you guys look at the comments? These people really have their heads in the sand.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1013803


That is what will make the collapse so fun. The look on their ignorant faces when it all comes down.... PRICELESS coffee4

I'm getting all doomy again.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4812019





My favorite part, is all the hoity toity women who have bought into the whole "you don't need a man. Be strong and independent!" garbage. The ones driving their government jobs, with great pay, benefits, pensions, etc... The ones driving luxury vehicles, with perfect nails, perfect hair, perfect accessories, perfect comfort, and perfect security.

NOTHING will be more priceless than see these types jump started back into reality.
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OK for real to reign back in the dereailment of Martials Thread. Check this out. jefferson County Alabama Muni's just went down. It's on the main.

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Good. Let those tards burn. That's what they get for borrowing $3 billion for a new sewer and then pissing it all away on jewelry and fancy suits.

My friend Nick, who by the way, declines the royalties owed to you through your copyright, should have listened to me and moved to the country years ago. Now, he gets to pay $200 a month for his water, while I pay $24.

[link to blog.al.com]

Jefferson County Commission votes 4-1 to file nation's largest municipal bankruptcy
 Quoting: Revbo™


I was wondering when they were putting it in, how in the hell they were gonna pay for it. 3 billion though man? I'd have made sure the civil services company that put that sewer pipe in, could guarantee me that every six months a new turd would pop out of a test port and miraculously turn into a new twin engine sesna.

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OK for real to reign back in the dereailment of Martials Thread. Check this out. jefferson County Alabama Muni's just went down. It's on the main.

Nick®
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Good. Let those tards burn. That's what they get for borrowing $3 billion for a new sewer and then pissing it all away on jewelry and fancy suits.

My friend Nick, who by the way, declines the royalties owed to you through your copyright, should have listened to me and moved to the country years ago. Now, he gets to pay $200 a month for his water, while I pay $24.

[link to blog.al.com]

Jefferson County Commission votes 4-1 to file nation's largest municipal bankruptcy
 Quoting: Revbo™


I was wondering when they were putting it in, how in the hell they were gonna pay for it. 3 billion though man? I'd have made sure the civil services company that put that sewer pipe in, could guarantee me that every six months a new turd would pop out of a test port and miraculously turn into a new twin engine sesna.

Nick®
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chuckle @ Magic Cessna Turds.

I lived in JeffCo when this was all going down, and I bitched about constantly. Everybody just always wants to "do something," so it was a pretty easy sell.

Hell, Larry Langford sold the whole county on a freakin' theme park, FFS. In the midst of all this sewer debt crap, they want to build UAB a FOOTBALL STADIUM. $78 million, and they're averaging about 3000 folks a game this year.

There is no end to the level of economic idiocy of the average Jefferson County resident.

The good news is, if UAB continues on their current attendence track, I win $500 in 2023, and another $100 if the team ceases to exist. Of course, $600 won't be squat in 12 years, but it's the principle of the thing.

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Rev. 21:4 He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.
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I still think they'll try to use massive QE to push this thing into the future. It is def inevitable though. I agree there.
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yep...it will be multiple stages of chaos/crashes IMO. The coming crash will dwarf 2008...the FED printing will also dwarf the previous printing...the side effects will also dwarf 08 and so on...also I think it will work less and less time.

We then get another crash in say late 2013 or 2014 or so that in-turn dwarfs the coming one...

At some point it DOES end of course...probably in all out war.

The future is unpredictable from day to day...so it's impossible to know the long term. All I can say is...I never imagined 3 years ago, we would be where we are now. Just take the blows as they come and enjoy the ride the best you can!
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with all that dwarfing going on, where does that leave Snow White?
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Not really shocking to us here at GLP, but:

100% Chance of Crisis, Worse Than 2008: Jim Rogers

The world is definitely going to face another financial crisis stemming from problems in Europe, Jim Rogers said Wednesday.

"We're certainly going to have more crises coming out of Europe and America; the world is in trouble. The world has been spending staggering amounts of money that it doesn't have for a few decades now, and it's all coming home to roost," Rogers, CEO and chairman Rogers Holdings told CNBC.

He added that the crisis would be much worse than the one markets saw in 2008 because the debt is much higher now.

[link to www.cnbc.com]
 Quoting: MARTIAL LAW


Oh my... well... I honestly think, Martial and this is some 'doom' that we will be seeing and very soon! Honestly, this is the type of "doom" that I think will rock our world greater than the "doom predictions" of astroids and aliens.

Scary stuff here! Great post!

~ Juju
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OK for real to reign back in the dereailment of Martials Thread. Check this out. jefferson County Alabama Muni's just went down. It's on the main.

Nick®
I'm not a Bama Fan but that's a BIG county.
 Quoting: Nickadeemus


Good. Let those tards burn. That's what they get for borrowing $3 billion for a new sewer and then pissing it all away on jewelry and fancy suits.

My friend Nick, who by the way, declines the royalties owed to you through your copyright, should have listened to me and moved to the country years ago. Now, he gets to pay $200 a month for his water, while I pay $24.

[link to blog.al.com]

Jefferson County Commission votes 4-1 to file nation's largest municipal bankruptcy
 Quoting: Revbo™


I was wondering when they were putting it in, how in the hell they were gonna pay for it. 3 billion though man? I'd have made sure the civil services company that put that sewer pipe in, could guarantee me that every six months a new turd would pop out of a test port and miraculously turn into a new twin engine sesna.

Nick®
 Quoting: Nickadeemus


chuckle @ Magic Cessna Turds.

I lived in JeffCo when this was all going down, and I bitched about constantly. Everybody just always wants to "do something," so it was a pretty easy sell.

Hell, Larry Langford sold the whole county on a freakin' theme park, FFS. In the midst of all this sewer debt crap, they want to build UAB a FOOTBALL STADIUM. $78 million, and they're averaging about 3000 folks a game this year.

There is no end to the level of economic idiocy of the average Jefferson County resident.

The good news is, if UAB continues on their current attendence track, I win $500 in 2023, and another $100 if the team ceases to exist. Of course, $600 won't be squat in 12 years, but it's the principle of the thing.
 Quoting: Revbo™



We can technically say Jefferson county is wiping its ass with 3 billion. It blows my mind.

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We can only hope.
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I will be interesting to live through the darkest time in the planet's recent history. Oh, the humanity!
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Did you guys look at the comments? These people really have their heads in the sand.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1013803


That is what will make the collapse so fun. The look on their ignorant faces when it all comes down.... PRICELESS coffee4

I'm getting all doomy again.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4812019





My favorite part, is all the hoity toity women who have bought into the whole "you don't need a man. Be strong and independent!" garbage. The ones driving their government jobs, with great pay, benefits, pensions, etc... The ones driving luxury vehicles, with perfect nails, perfect hair, perfect accessories, perfect comfort, and perfect security.

NOTHING will be more priceless than see these types jump started back into reality.
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Careful. We are not all as we appear. I look like one of those women when I accompany my husband to company functions, but I am anything but that. It is all a bit of theatre.

With that said, I know exactly the women of whom you do speak. The only thing more worthless than the women you speak of is their weak, whimpering saps for husbands who cannot think beyond the next tee time & the next double cheeseburger he wil pop into his pot bellied, bloated, ruddy faced body.

Had a close encounter with a guy like that when we lived in Dallas. He confused my appearance with who I am & thought I would be an easy con job. When I was finished with him, he called my husband at work to tell him him how mean I was. Pathetic.

Last Edited by Lady Jane Smith on 11/09/2011 05:52 PM
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I still think they'll try to use massive QE to push this thing into the future. It is def inevitable though. I agree there.
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yep...it will be multiple stages of chaos/crashes IMO. The coming crash will dwarf 2008...the FED printing will also dwarf the previous printing...the side effects will also dwarf 08 and so on...also I think it will work less and less time.

We then get another crash in say late 2013 or 2014 or so that in-turn dwarfs the coming one...

At some point it DOES end of course...probably in all out war.

The future is unpredictable from day to day...so it's impossible to know the long term. All I can say is...I never imagined 3 years ago, we would be where we are now. Just take the blows as they come and enjoy the ride the best you can!
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Well said. I might have added "civil war" to international war in your all out war comment.
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Not really shocking to us here at GLP, but:

100% Chance of Crisis, Worse Than 2008: Jim Rogers

The world is definitely going to face another financial crisis stemming from problems in Europe, Jim Rogers said Wednesday.

"We're certainly going to have more crises coming out of Europe and America; the world is in trouble. The world has been spending staggering amounts of money that it doesn't have for a few decades now, and it's all coming home to roost," Rogers, CEO and chairman Rogers Holdings told CNBC.

He added that the crisis would be much worse than the one markets saw in 2008 because the debt is much higher now.

[link to www.cnbc.com]
 Quoting: MARTIAL LAW


Oh my... well... I honestly think, Martial and this is some 'doom' that we will be seeing and very soon! Honestly, this is the type of "doom" that I think will rock our world greater than the "doom predictions" of astroids and aliens.

Scary stuff here! Great post!

~ Juju
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Astroids, aliens & comets are fun doom, not to be taken too seriously for the sane among us. Financial doom is something I take very seriously.
Life is karma and karma always reflects both past and present circumstance. Our time here is short, so choose carefully and behave well, for all of your tomorrows are presently being decided.

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Did you guys look at the comments? These people really have their heads in the sand.
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It is like visiting the DMV. Scary.
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Or the bus station.
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Bring on the cashless america. Watch the underground economy head south of the border. Unemployment will drop like a rock
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I never use cash anyway. It is said that all most all cash has traces of drugs on them. Not to mention where some people hide rolls of money
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Not really shocking to us here at GLP, but:

100% Chance of Crisis, Worse Than 2008: Jim Rogers

The world is definitely going to face another financial crisis stemming from problems in Europe, Jim Rogers said Wednesday.

"We're certainly going to have more crises coming out of Europe and America; the world is in trouble. The world has been spending staggering amounts of money that it doesn't have for a few decades now, and it's all coming home to roost," Rogers, CEO and chairman Rogers Holdings told CNBC.

He added that the crisis would be much worse than the one markets saw in 2008 because the debt is much higher now.

[link to www.cnbc.com]
 Quoting: MARTIAL LAW


Just to add to the OP's thread, and to add definitive validity to this as being 100% certain next step for the NWO in their quest for global currency, former GB Chancellor, Alistair Darling was singing from the same hymn book, and saying EXACTLY the same thing on BBC Radio this afternoon, that the crisis is imminent and it will be worse than 2008.
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It seems as if the proverbial plug is about to be pulled.
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Not really shocking to us here at GLP, but:

100% Chance of Crisis, Worse Than 2008: Jim Rogers

The world is definitely going to face another financial crisis stemming from problems in Europe, Jim Rogers said Wednesday.

"We're certainly going to have more crises coming out of Europe and America; the world is in trouble. The world has been spending staggering amounts of money that it doesn't have for a few decades now, and it's all coming home to roost," Rogers, CEO and chairman Rogers Holdings told CNBC.

He added that the crisis would be much worse than the one markets saw in 2008 because the debt is much higher now.

[link to www.cnbc.com]
 Quoting: MARTIAL LAW


Just to add to the OP's thread, and to add definitive validity to this as being 100% certain next step for the NWO in their quest for global currency, former GB Chancellor, Alistair Darling was singing from the same hymn book, and saying EXACTLY the same thing on BBC Radio this afternoon, that the crisis is imminent and it will be worse than 2008.
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thanks for the addition.

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Did you guys look at the comments? These people really have their heads in the sand.
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It is like visiting the DMV. Scary.
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Or the bus station.
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The BUS STATION ahhh
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...and they just keep coming...

Global Economy at the Tipping Point

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Europe is heading for recession. China is battling its own economic demons. And with the United States also facing problems at home (9% unemployment anyone?), it's hardly in a position to help.

Without a white knight to step in and save the day, will we all go down together?


[link to money.cnn.com]

Last Edited by MARTIAL LAW on 11/09/2011 06:43 PM
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“The bravest are surely those who have the clearest vision of what is before them, glory and danger alike, and yet notwithstanding, go out to meet it.”

Isaiah 43:2
When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and when you pass through the rivers, they will not sweep over you. When you walk through the fire, you will not be burned; the flames will not set you ablaze.

Ecclesiastes 12:14
For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil. ~9/11 Was An Inside Job!
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Did you guys look at the comments? These people really have their heads in the sand.
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That is what will make the collapse so fun. The look on their ignorant faces when it all comes down.... PRICELESS coffee4

I'm getting all doomy again.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4812019





My favorite part, is all the hoity toity women who have bought into the whole "you don't need a man. Be strong and independent!" garbage. The ones driving their government jobs, with great pay, benefits, pensions, etc... The ones driving luxury vehicles, with perfect nails, perfect hair, perfect accessories, perfect comfort, and perfect security.

NOTHING will be more priceless than see these types jump started back into reality.
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You sound like my wife!
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I still think they'll try to use massive QE to push this thing into the future. It is def inevitable though. I agree there.
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yep...it will be multiple stages of chaos/crashes IMO. The coming crash will dwarf 2008...the FED printing will also dwarf the previous printing...the side effects will also dwarf 08 and so on...also I think it will work less and less time.

We then get another crash in say late 2013 or 2014 or so that in-turn dwarfs the coming one...

At some point it DOES end of course...probably in all out war.

The future is unpredictable from day to day...so it's impossible to know the long term. All I can say is...I never imagined 3 years ago, we would be where we are now. Just take the blows as they come and enjoy the ride the best you can!
 Quoting: MARTIAL LAW


Funny you say that, that's exactly what I told my buddy today. The only way out now.....
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Did you guys look at the comments? These people really have their heads in the sand.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1013803


That is what will make the collapse so fun. The look on their ignorant faces when it all comes down.... PRICELESS coffee4

I'm getting all doomy again.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4812019





My favorite part, is all the hoity toity women who have bought into the whole "you don't need a man. Be strong and independent!" garbage. The ones driving their government jobs, with great pay, benefits, pensions, etc... The ones driving luxury vehicles, with perfect nails, perfect hair, perfect accessories, perfect comfort, and perfect security.

NOTHING will be more priceless than see these types jump started back into reality.
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You need a slave so bad your mouth is just watering at the thought of some poor woman slaving away for you.
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Europe got into this mess by aborting and birth-controlling their children into non-existence. The aborted and non-born children were the financial base upon which the security of their parents was to be based.
There is also, of course, the total neglect of the historic Christian prohibition against usury, and fiat banking and fractional reserve banking are hyper-usurious in the extreme; yet, for a while, it gives the appearance of prosperity; but that is the nature of sin, pleasure for a season; followed by .... pain, as consequence.
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Who cares? What are we to do about it really?
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