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by Ice

Economic Collapse

Looking at the landscape – “putting two and two together” – I have made the prediction to several friends that September of this Year ( 2008 ) would tell the story. In anticipation of a “national emergency” that may keep the current administration at the reigns of the U.S. government and the event that certain legislation has been passed into law to pave the way for armed suppression of the American People via martial law I chose the economy and predicted September – 2 months prior to the General Election for Office of the President.

This prediction is now supported by the Global Europe Anticipation Bulletin (available at a cost of $300.00 annually):

“The end of the third quarter of 2008 (thus late September, a mere seven months from now) will be marked by a new tipping point in the unfolding of the global systemic crisis.

“At that time indeed, the cumulated impact of the various sequences of the crisis will reach its maximum strength and affect decisively the very heart of the systems concerned, on the front line of which (is) the United States, epicentre of the current crisis.

“In the United States, this new tipping point will translate into – get this – a collapse of the real economy, (the) final socio-economic stage of the serial bursting of the housing and financial bubbles and of the pursuance of the U.S. dollar fall. The collapse of U.S. real economy means the virtual freeze of the American economic machinery: private and public bankruptcies in large numbers, companies and public services closing down.”

Read the entire article posted at

We still have an opportunity to avert or alleviate this coming event. There are many GOP delegates whose votes have been freed up as those candidates have bowed out of the race and endorsed McCain. Those delegates can now vote their conscience. Even though the Mainstream Media is reluctant to report the fact that there are still TWO (2) candidates running in the GOP primary, many of those delegates are aware that they have a choice between the neo-con McCain and the Constitutionalist Ron Paul.

Ron Paul is the only viable candidate and the only candidate that offers any sort of plan to deal with the coming Economic Collapse. We still have a great work ahead of us if we are to avert or alleviate the troubles we face. In the hopes that the economy will hold tough until after the General Election – let us continue the work.


March 7, 2008 - Posted by | Banks, Credit, Economy, Elections, End of America, Fraud, Loans/Mortgage, Media, Politics, Ron Paul | , , , , , , , ,


  1. The Ron Paul Revolution is the only choice!!!

    Comment by Reeves Mollman | March 7, 2008 | Reply

  2. Ron will not save the economy with any proposition he’s put on the table, and his people have been informed of it. The best I have from them is an email asserting I should be on the transition team — but nothing official, and certainly nothing to indicate they are ready to get serious about saving the economy. I have dozens of articles on our website explaining in detail how Paul propositions can only fail. The thing is, we *could* unite on veritable solution; and his team has squandered months over which we could have established *the* singular plan to save the economy. If you want Ron Paul to save us, you best help yourself by proliferating the one proof of solution, and by getting other Paul supporters to urge him to engage me in the proposition of mathematically perfected economy.

    Comment by mike montagne | March 8, 2008 | Reply

  3. Mike,

    The standard for a Dollar is spelled out for us. Ron Paul wants to return to substance – and do away with the “faith based” fiat currency.

    Ron Paul’s propositions can alleviate, or avert altogether, the coming economic crisis. Maybe you have not realized that what is not “spent” is “saved”. The very first action that needs to be taken is a quick reduction in spending. Ron Paul proposes massive and immediate cuts in spending (see his foreign policy position).

    The only “perfect” economy is one based on substance with a specifically determined value. The founders of this union have already spelled it out. Returning to those values and wresting the power to print paper money on a whim would have immediate and dramatic effect upon the economy.

    If your model is not based on substance – it will fail.

    Comment by Ice | March 10, 2008 | Reply

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