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Taco
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Post by Taco » December 27th, 2013, 6:32 am

The truth of the American experience is really quite the opposite of what the mainstream media tells us. We Americans are a miserable people who are dumbed down, drugged out, persecuted, fluoridated, chemtrailed, poisoned by consuming the GMO food supply, breathing radiated air thanks to Fukushima and are propagandized by a corporate controlled media who constantly reminds us about how happy we should be because we live in the land of freedom and opportunity.

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Post by zacb » December 27th, 2013, 6:52 am

True. Now just to find a way out.
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Post by tre » December 27th, 2013, 7:37 am

Unfortunately, there is no escape if there is an economic collapse as it will be worldwide. Don't think you can escape the realities of it by moving abroad. Those US Citizen Expats that are living abroad will either suffer in the countries they are stuck in or will be pulled back to suffer in the states. One way or the other, suffering is in our future if there is a true complete economic collapse. I hope it isn't as bad as some think it will be and I hope it doesn't happen any time soon...

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Post by The_Adventurer » December 27th, 2013, 8:12 am

The fact that many countries are distancing themselves from the dollar shows that they see a way that the collapse will not be worldwide. Maybe those expats on pensions will suffer, but those doing business elsewhere and in other currencies can still flourish.
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Post by tre » December 27th, 2013, 8:44 am

The_Adventurer wrote:The fact that many countries are distancing themselves from the dollar shows that they see a way that the collapse will not be worldwide. Maybe those expats on pensions will suffer, but those doing business elsewhere and in other currencies can still flourish.
Well, I hope you and HouseMD are correct in your predictions. Predictions are all we really have, but corruption and destruction are a safe bet at this point IMO. I think the time table is also something we have to consider. If there were a collapse within the next couple of years, it would have a very large impact worldwide. However, if it doesn't happen for 10+ years, it could be more isolated. All we can do is try to prepare and live our lives the best way that we can. I still plan to move abroad...

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Post by Maverick » December 27th, 2013, 9:33 am

The_Adventurer wrote:The fact that many countries are distancing themselves from the dollar shows that they see a way that the collapse will not be worldwide. Maybe those expats on pensions will suffer, but those doing business elsewhere and in other currencies can still flourish.
+1

Various countries are actually coming up with currencies to fight against the dollar.

Also, the emergence of cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin, is an interesting phenomenon, which may ultimately fasten the collapse of the dollar, but also may also spare the world of a complete economic collapse. Of course, it would have to catch on in epic proportions, which may or may not happen.

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Post by Anti-American » December 27th, 2013, 11:21 am

Maverick wrote:
The_Adventurer wrote:The fact that many countries are distancing themselves from the dollar shows that they see a way that the collapse will not be worldwide. Maybe those expats on pensions will suffer, but those doing business elsewhere and in other currencies can still flourish.
+1

Various countries are actually coming up with currencies to fight against the dollar.

Also, the emergence of cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin, is an interesting phenomenon, which may ultimately fasten the collapse of the dollar, but also may also spare the world of a complete economic collapse. Of course, it would have to catch on in epic proportions, which may or may not happen.
Know which countries?

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Post by magnum » December 27th, 2013, 11:40 am

Let it burn and take all it's filth with it, including its own people, perhaps we shouldn't be allowed to spread are corruption, look what it has done to other countries already.

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Post by Taco » December 27th, 2013, 1:30 pm

Anti-American wrote:
Maverick wrote:
The_Adventurer wrote:The fact that many countries are distancing themselves from the dollar shows that they see a way that the collapse will not be worldwide. Maybe those expats on pensions will suffer, but those doing business elsewhere and in other currencies can still flourish.
+1

Various countries are actually coming up with currencies to fight against the dollar.

Also, the emergence of cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin, is an interesting phenomenon, which may ultimately fasten the collapse of the dollar, but also may also spare the world of a complete economic collapse. Of course, it would have to catch on in epic proportions, which may or may not happen.
Know which countries?
BRICS Nations - Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa

These countries are also making their own internet too.

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Post by The_Adventurer » December 28th, 2013, 8:42 am

WHat will more than likely happen is the dollar will lose it's place as the world's reserve currency. America will descend into third world status. Other countries will trade commodities in their own currencies, begin accepting crypto currencies and other means and the world will continue spinning.

I would not want to be in America as this happen though.
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Post by tre » December 28th, 2013, 9:20 am

The_Adventurer wrote:WHat will more than likely happen is the dollar will lose it's place as the world's reserve currency. America will descend into third world status. Other countries will trade commodities in their own currencies, begin accepting crypto currencies and other means and the world will continue spinning.

I would not want to be in America as this happen though.
If the USA drops to 3rd World status quickly, it will result in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people in a very short period of time. Never have citizens of this country been so unprepared for ANY inconvenience, much less an economic disaster. The violence and horror would be something I really don't want to witness. However, if I am abroad and it happens, I'll come back to protect the family...I can't sit overseas and do nothing. The older I get the more I realize that the family is the only thing worth dying for...

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Post by SilverEnergy » December 28th, 2013, 10:07 pm

If you don't prepare for the worldwide economic collapse, it won't matter where you're at in the world.

I don't know when it will happen but eventually it will.

ALL fiat currency fails, which is what the whole world runs on.

No currency in the world is backed by anything, so this means the purchasing power of all currencies in the world will decrease and prices will continue to go up.

And it's being printed like crazy which SHOULD lead us into a hyperinflation or even possibly a depression.

More cities are going to become bankrupt just like Detroit and Stockton.

Countries in Europe are in terrible shape, America is in bad shape, China and Japan are in bad shape as well.

Food storages, water storages, some extra cash under your mattress along with a gun, gold or silver will help you survive.

But then once it passes away, we will get a new united world wide currency and it will become good again.
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Post by SilverEnergy » December 28th, 2013, 10:10 pm

If you look at the world today, there are THOUSANDS of riots around the world due to poor economic conditions.

There are riots in Europe, America as well as all over the world.

The Federal Reserve increased its currency printing from 80 billion dollars per month to 125 billion dollars per month.

Most people in the world are not prepared so MANY will die as a result.
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Post by SilverEnergy » December 28th, 2013, 10:17 pm

The_Adventurer wrote:The fact that many countries are distancing themselves from the dollar shows that they see a way that the collapse will not be worldwide. Maybe those expats on pensions will suffer, but those doing business elsewhere and in other currencies can still flourish.
The collapse may not happen all at the same time but 100 percent of the time throughout history, fiat currency fails.

The whole world runs on fiat currency.

Unless the world backs their fiat currency with gold or silver, it's game over for the whole world but not necessarily at the same time.

All countries are currently printing their fiat currency like crazy and as long as that happens, prices will continue to go up and it will accelerate the destruction of their currency.

The rest of the world can flourish but it will only be temporarily.
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Post by SilverEnergy » December 28th, 2013, 10:20 pm

Taco wrote:
Anti-American wrote:
Maverick wrote:
The_Adventurer wrote:The fact that many countries are distancing themselves from the dollar shows that they see a way that the collapse will not be worldwide. Maybe those expats on pensions will suffer, but those doing business elsewhere and in other currencies can still flourish.
+1

Various countries are actually coming up with currencies to fight against the dollar.

Also, the emergence of cryptocurrencies, such as bitcoin, is an interesting phenomenon, which may ultimately fasten the collapse of the dollar, but also may also spare the world of a complete economic collapse. Of course, it would have to catch on in epic proportions, which may or may not happen.
Know which countries?
BRICS Nations - Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa

These countries are also making their own internet too.
China is in very bad shape at the moment.
"Allow me to show you the Power Cosmic!" - Silver Surfer

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