Fear of the Next Shoe

The jubilation over the Trump victory is dying down. And we look fearfully at what comes next. And, we should.

Well, we shouldn’t if we’ve been prayerfully preparing for what is coming. But, for those who haven’t… bad news is around the corner. Lots and lots of bad news.

I truly hope that you’ll be ready for this. I really do.

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From Bad to Worse

Recent Quote of the Week from Zero Hedge: Whoever controls the volume of money in our country is absolute master of all industry and commerce…and when you realize that the entire system is very easily controlled, one way or another, by few powerful men at the top, you will not have to be told how periods of inflation and depression originate. – President James Garfield, 2 weeks before his assassination. I spend several hours a day, combing through the news to find that one bit of analysis that you need – just that one bit. And usually, that’s all you … Click here to read the rest…

Richard Maybury

As I told you in today’s post on Israel Outlook, I was abruptly derailed from my plans for the day by an email that came in from Stansberryresearch.com. It was the transcript of an interview with Stansberry’s “The Daily Crux“. It was also an ‘infomercial’ of sorts, which always sets my teeth on edge, but I’m used to that. I am happy to mine data from anything and everything, and when you looked past the obvious marketing (and it really wasn’t too bad), it was full of some very, very good material. Suffice it to say that the email knocked … Click here to read the rest…

Prepare for Difficult Years

The question is how fast they will come. We could see a slow, but relentless, failure of our financial system and our political system.That is certainly happening right now, and there doesn’t appear to be anything that will stem this relentless drift into the abyss. We could experience a massive shock that unleashes a series of knock-on effects that change society overnight. We have never been as interdependent as we are now, and that has left us astonishingly vulnerable. Iran could close the Strait of Hormuz and cause the price of oil to shoot through the roof. Unicredit in Italy … Click here to read the rest…

2012 Will Be Bad

But, you knew that. The question is ‘how bad’, and I’m not sure that anyone really knows. It might be more important to ask yourself if you are ready for the worst. Have you stored away basic necessities? Do you have a plan for when things get REALLY bad? I do, and you should too. Here’s another good article from Michael at theeconomiccollapseblog: A Very Scary Christmas And An Incredibly Frightening New Year Can you hear that?  It almost sounds like a little bit of peace and quiet.  This year, the holiday season has been fairly uneventful, and for that … Click here to read the rest…

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