Have You Prepared For Losing Your Job In The Upcoming Depression?

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One of the most important set of plans and preparations that you can make today, are those of a hypothetical job loss (you, or your spouse).

If you are one of the minority who actually follows and knows the reality of our current economic situation, then you of all people should know that ‘when’ this global bubble bursts – there will be job loss on a grand scale as many businesses go under while many others will struggle to stay afloat. [Read more…]

Trump Confirms, The Economy Will Be Brought Down & It Will Be Chaotic. Prepare, Prepare, Prepare

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We now live in a nation where doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, universities destroy knowledge, governments destroy freedom, the press destroys information, religion destroys morals, and our banks destroy the economy.’ – Chris Hedge Yes, we could use a complete reset and capital punishment for TPTB – Only the all-mighty may pass judgement; our job is only to arrange the meeting. [Read more…]

How Did People Survive the Great Depression? – And How You Will Survive Now

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How Did People Survive the Great Depression? – And How You Will Survive Now

A worldwide depression struck countries with market economies at the end of the 1920s. Although the Great Depression was relatively mild in some countries, it was severe in others, particularly in the United States, where, at its nadir in 1933, 25 percent of all workers and 37 percent of all nonfarm workers were completely out of work. Some people starved; many others lost their farms and homes. Homeless vagabonds sneaked aboard the freight trains that crossed the nation. Dispossessed cotton farmers, the “Okies,” stuffed their possessions into dilapidated Model Ts and migrated to California in the false hope that the posters about plentiful jobs were true. Although the U.S. economy began to recover in the second quarter of 1933, the recovery largely stalled for most of 1934 and 1935. A more vigorous recovery commenced in late 1935 and continued into 1937, when a new depression occurred. The American economy had yet to fully recover from the Great Depression when the United States was drawn into World War II in December 1941. Because of this agonizingly slow recovery, the entire decade of the 1930s in the United States is often referred to as the Great Depression. [Read more…]

How to Live and Survive When Your Country Enters an Economic Collapse

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How to Live and Survive When Your Country Enters an Economic Collapse

Countries are starting to fall like dominos.   Argentina, Greek, Ireland, Iceland, Portugal, and Spain have entered have gone into economic collapse.  Europe is entering their economic collapse this very weekend, as a bank holiday was declared and haircut announce on all bank deposits.  Italy is very close to an economic collapse.  [Read more…]

How Young Americans Survived the Hard Times of the Great Depression

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How Young Americans Survived the Hard Times of the Great Depression

Editors Note: I don’t know what the future holds, but history has a funny way of repeating itself. I would be lying if I said that I have an optimistic outlook for our near term future. For a myriad of reasons, myself and others like me are preparing for a time when the stupid antics of a messed up 20 year old starlet at an award show aren’t worthy of news attention, because the world will really have more important things to worry about. My fear is going through something worse than our grandparents did in the great depression. What I am concerned about are things like my family’s safety, how I will feed them and take care of them. I wonder about what their lives will be like and if we will live to see them grow old. These are normal things for a parent, but we can easily forget just how difficult life can be and how it can catch up to us when we aren’t looking. [Read more…]

Economic Meltdown Oct-Dec 2015–Strategic Relocation and How To Survive The Economic Collapse

Economic Collapse

Economic Meltdown Oct-Dec 2015–Strategic Relocation and How To Survive The Economic Collapse

Prepare for the coming chaos!!!

How do you prepare yourself and your family for the prospect of an economic collapse?  Here are some recommendations.Stay out of debt — Do everything you can now to get out of debt.  If you are carrying debt when entering an economic collapse, you are likely to lose everything – your home, your retirement funds, and a comfortable future. [Read more…]

How to Live and Survive When Your Country Enters an Economic Collapse

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How to Live and Survive When Your Country Enters an Economic Collapse

The sequestration of the United States budget is an indication that austerity has come to the United States.   In my previous posting, I suggested that the United States might have 2 or 3 years before it slides into an economic collapse.  I hope it doesn’t occur, but nothing to me suggest that things are improving in the global or national economies.

So what do you do if your country enters an economic collapse?   How will you survive?  How will you feed your family?   Here are some suggestions.

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Inflation The Key Prior Indicator Towards The Next Great Depression — How to prepare

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What keeps me awake at night is the prospect of a financial collapse.  Unless something dramatically changes in the world economies, I believe the next great economic depression is coming soon.  If you life in Argentina, Greece or Spain, the depression has already arrived and millions are suffering from it.  With 50% youth unemployment in Spain, cancer patients in Greece with no access to chemo drugs, or the malnutrition of Argentina’s underclass children, economic depression is real, painful, and reduces life expectancy. [Read more…]