Why Apocalypse Now

How we got to where we are is utterly fascinating. What an intricate series of events and historical movements that led us to this horrific moment in time.

For thousands of years, we’ve been puzzling over how the prophecies of the Last Days would be fulfilled. Well, we no longer need to puzzle over it. We now have most of the pieces and a better understanding of the picture.

The only question is whether we can fit those pieces together properly. It’s a big challenge, and I’ve been trying to do this for years. The good thing is that I’m better at this than before.

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Oil Destroyed Us

The events of this day and age, force us to contemplate evil. It is everywhere and seeks for a foothold in our hearts. It encroaches on our lives and the lives of those that we love. And, it seems to have exploded onto the world with a ferocity unseen for thousands of years.

There has been no time in human history, as evil as the time in which we live. The only eras that might compare to it were the days of Noah, as well as Sodom and Gomorrah.

But, why now?

What allowed us to become so evil?

Part of the answer is in the title of this piece, and it bears thinking about. Deeply.

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Earthquake in the Middle East

I want to pack in a few more cheeseburgers before a financial Armageddon descends upon us, so I was relieved when Greece surrendered to Europe and when China put a draconian halt to financial losses in the Chinese stock market. I feel sorry for the Greeks and the Chinese, but I like my cheeseburgers.

Unfortunately, something happened this week that has dampened my appetite and catastrophically reorganized a region that I like to call home:

The Middle East

Obama’s surrender to Iran has unleashed the dogs of war. This geopolitical earthquake will change the face of the Middle East forever. And, it has brought us a huge leap closer to Ezekiel’s Fire.

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Why World War III – The Fundamentals

Anyone with a background in finance and investment should have a solid understanding of expectations. No one invests the valuable proceeds of their labor into something that is going to lose value. And, no sane person will engage in a risky investment with no hope of profit. And, it is this psychology of ‘expectation’ that drives the economy and our financial system.

But, what happens when expectations die?

Lots of things die – hopes, dreams, power …and people.

Believe it or not, but this directly relates to The Most Terrifying Video in the World, that I told you about yesterday – because the collapse of financial expectations always leads to war.

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The Most Terrifying Video in the World

Yesterday, a friend and I were talking about pandemics and the stories that many have cooked up to send delicious shivers through their audiences. Part of our discussion was inspired by the threat of Ebola, and part by… well …apocalypse.

Anyone with half a brain knows that Death stalks the world. Pandemic Ebola has begun to reach into the big cities of Africa. And, with my series on the War of 2015, you know that devastating war is very, very near.

So, when my friend told me what he considers to be the most terrifying video in the world, my own most-terrifying-video immediately popped into my head.

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