Welcome to 2013

It’s 2013?

Yay! Woo Hoo! Yay! Apocalypse later! Yay!

Yep, we’re all alive to complain about the fact that 2012 didn’t bring complete devastation, Mayan apocalypse, or spandex bell-bottoms. I, for one, am a little disappointed, but not much. Really. I admit to being a little curious about what an Aztec snake god looks like, and an invasion by little green men from Mars would have been really, really cool. But…

Well, let’s just say that broken banks, empty store shelves, and riots in the streets just don’t ‘do it’ for me.

Death, destruction and the End of America don’t ‘do it’ for me either, which was what I was writing about in my post on March 28th. And, when I finished writing that post, it seemed to me that there really wasn’t anything else to say. In fact, saying ANYTHING would have detracted from the one message that you needed to hear at that moment. And yes, ‘GET OUT’ is still that message. If you can’t get out of the US, then get to a place within the US that provides some measure of safety.

[By the way, that doesn’t explain all of the deafening silence. I got roped into a journey around the world in 80 days, and I’ve been involved in some rather interesting research – which you’ll hear about later.]

Now, about that big non-collapse that didn’t come in 2012. I’m glad for both of us that it was put on hold. We seem to have extra time to prepare, but that extra time comes at the price of even greater devastation in the future. Each successive year that this collapse is delayed increases the threat to you and to all that you hold dear.

Will the collapse come in 2013?

It might. It might not. It all depends on a quiet group of bankers and operatives who have engineered this debacle. It also depends on what happens in Syria and Iran. It depends on a lot of things. But mostly, it depends on people who live and work in the shadows.

You’ll be hearing more about them as we move further into 2013. You’ll also be hearing about:

  • Sources of information – good and bad
  • Great places to put your money
  • Really, really BAD places to put your money
  • Where to be when the music stops
  • Why good Chinese food is hard to find

… And, much, much more!

Are you ready?

Vaya con dios!

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