America is about to be put through the meat grinder and despite what President Obama or Governor Mitt Romney say they will do to fix the fundamental issues facing our country, the end result is inevitable.
Neither the Republicans or the Democrats can change what’s coming, because the fact is, they are equally responsible for where we are today.
As Charlie McGrath of Wide Awake News notes, it’s no longer just bloggers and alternative media in the fringe corners of the internet warning about the coming collapse of life in America as we have come to know it.
The crisis of reality is being forecast by some of the most elite institutions and insiders in the world, and we’d better be paying attention.
I want to give you a few predictions and then tell I’ll you who they’re from. It might surprise you.
Prediction number 1: We’re heading headlong into a financial meat grinder.
Prediction number 2: We’re about to plunge off a financial cliff.
Prediction number 3: Major market meltdown the likes of which we’ve never seen is upon on us.
This wasn’t from some alternative media site or somebody that’s peddling gloom and doom.
The first one is from JP Morgan, the second from Ben Bernanke, and the third was from Steven Rattner, former Obama Treasury adviser.
The IMF and the US Congressional budget office are both warning about the largest tax increase and the largest spending cut in history hitting this country.
They’re doing this for a reason.
It isn’t because it’s not going to happen. It is because it’s going to happen.
When it all comes crashing down, when it all comes falling apart, when the sovereign debt landmine explodes around this planet we will be sitting here in a deflationary spiral, the likes of which we have never seen. They will be sitting there ready to swoop in and grab up everything at bargain basement, bottom of the dollar prices. It will be the Tulip bubble all over again. You will be sitting there holding nothing and then blaming your neighbor for being here.
These same criminal elite that promised to end wars, that promised to audit the Federal Reserve, that promised to get our financial house in order, are continuing to expand the power, the role and the control of government.
At this point it is our position that there is nothing – absolutely nothing – that will be done to change the course on which we’ve embarked over the last several decades. The consequences of years of spending, borrowing and centralization of control cannot be reversed.
The system as it exists today, where we enjoy relative wealth, stability and peace, will inevitably experience a complete reset.