The collapse happened back in 2008, but the details don’t matter at this point. What matters is that you heed the warning coming from many reputable sources.
Whether it’s Global Geopolitics, the source of this article or The Telegraph, it doens’t matter. Like the source of this article, Global Geopolitics is serving as a watchman and using geopolitics as its compass to show what direction the events unfolding are taking us in. As history has shown us, all major crashes lead to war. The only difference this time being that this will be the beginning of events that has never happened since the beginning of mankind. We’re talking about the end of the world here, but an end of an era in world history and a change coming with it that will not bode well for the majority of people living on this planet — be it a third world war or global famine. One thing is clear, however, and that America will receive the worst of what’s to come and soon go to is destruction. The path the nation has been on in the last 10 years has changed the course irreversibly.
You can heed the warning, or you can scoff, laugh, mock and label watchmen conspiracy theorists, turn a blind eye and become absorbed by today’s American Shopping Mall Regime where everything is bliss because the stores remain open and you can still buy nice things. The latter has no bearing on this site whatsoever as the mission here is clear, and the message will remain steadfast.
The inevitable crash will happen and you can either get right with God — your only choice — and seeking shelter in him, or feel the wrath of what’s to come.
The choice is yours and you have nothing to fear should you choose God to be on your side.
You can stop waiting for a global financial crisis to happen. The truth is that one is happening right now. All over the world, stock markets are already crashing. Most of these stock market crashes are occurring in nations that are known as “emerging markets”. In recent years, developing countries in Asia, South America and Africa loaded up on lots of cheap loans that were denominated in U.S. dollars. But now that the U.S. dollar has been surging, those borrowers are finding that it takes much more of their own local currencies to service those loans. At the same time, prices are crashing for many of the commodities that those countries export. The exact same kind of double whammy caused the Latin American debt crisis of the 1980s and the Asian financial crisis of the 1990s. Continue reading →