Alex Jones (infowars.com) and Bob Chapman discuss the economic crisis including the causes, manipulators, precious metals, and time frames for collapse of the financial and economic systems as we know them. For those who do not normally follow Bob Chapman of The International Forecaster, when Mr. Chapman talks of ‘collapse’ he is not referring to just the stock market. He regularly recommends that his readers shift their net worth into physical assets that include, among other things, gold, silver, freeze dried foods, and self defense weapons. Thus, collapse for Mr. Chapman is a much more serious event than most would want to consider.
Alex Jones (referring to government bailouts, stimulus and other machinations):
So, that’s like a band-aid on an axe wound?
Exactly. Now, you asked for a time line here. It must have been six months since Paul Craig Roberts and I were on here together and we both said two and a half to three years. Well, here we are six months later and now it’s a year and a half to two and a half years. And, uhh, they’re going to pull the plug up in that area sometime. So, that would put is into 2011 and a half to 2012 and a half, somewhere in there and that’s when the whole house is going to fall down. And, you better have gold and silver coins, because if you don’t, you’re going to be in deep doo-doo.
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