August 7, 2011

"The US Dollar’s Not Worth The Paper It’s Printed on." -Gerald Celente

Strong, but truthful words from one of the top US trend forecasters. This week The S&P downgraded the U.S. Credit Rating from AAA to AA+, also adding that another downgrade to AA is expected in the next two years. This week is a portion of our children's future history books. We knew that we were watching history in the making when Obama was elected President, but now- not so much. Few people will even admit that we are even in a depression, instead they choose to use the cliche "recession". [FYI, there isn't an economic adviser/analyst in the world who can actually define the differences between a Recession VS. Depression. Come at me brah, I'm right. If you ask.. let's say 50 different advisers, you'd get more than 50 different answers. Funny how the top minds of this field can't even get on the same page with one of the basics of their chosen careers.] The term "recession", pisses me the fuck off. To me, it really feels like they invented the term to create a downward slope into a depression, so the American people could slowly be weaned into it, without causing too much alarm or panic. For those of you who don't know, the term "recession" when used to describe an economic state was first used in 1929 by a man named Irving Fisher. Mr. Fisher was, at the time, the lead U.S. economist and mind you the first usage of this was days after Black Tuesday. [Black Tuesday AKA The Wall Street Stock Exchange Crash of October 29, 1929 AKA the "supposed" beginning to The Great Depression] The mere mention of the word "recession" should give us all a shudder, unfortunately it usually gets a reaction similar to "Oh.. well at least it's not a depression!" ... *sigh* when will these people wake up?

Recently, I've come to the conclusion that these people:

1. Prefer to live in complete darkness because
A. They can't mentally, physically, or emotionally handle the truth
B. Admitting the truth would be detrimental to their value and
C. Admitting the truth to themselves would be admitting the truth to the masses, therefore doing so would be metaphorically bending over and taking their own dick.


2. Pretend to live in a cloud of stupidity, so the other people they come in contact with also continue to live in the aforementioned cloud so that they can
A. Buy gold and prepare for the coming trouble without having to worry about limited availability and their own well-being or
B. This is basically A only in this one they are just robbing the other people, whereas with the other one they're being duped because those people choose to live in dogma.

Or honestly, possibly a combination of the two.

I hope you're not one of them, but I can't be mad if you are, I think I might have been one.. O.O. After all, an economic collapse was not on my list of disasters to prepare for. && Let me be honest for a moment- This blog been up for.. less than a year? You and I know both know that we were already in a depression, recession- whatever you wanna call it- then, yet I chose never to address it here. But *as I pat myself on the back* I'm do believe that I played my cards slightly better in the real world then most. Perhaps I'm wrong, where's an absolute mind when you need one.. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

One thing we are very good at doing in America is living in dogma [n. a settled or established opinion, belief, or principle.]. Mind you, these are only opinions, beliefs, and principles PEOPLE, all of which are arbitrary and rarely based upon concrete evidence or fact, instead they are based on personal inclinations. But we're good at it, so let's own it. You can choose who you believe. Never forget that one of the main reasons people choose to be Americans or choose to continue being American citizens is because we have freedom. Freedom of Choice, Freedom of Religion, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Assembly, Freedom of the Press, Freedom of Petition.. Need I go on? ... USE THEM. Choose who you listen to, choose who you believe in- and don't ever feel guilty for changing your mind. For instance, I was an Obama-Mama, but in the coming election, I doubt I'll recast that vote, if I vote at all. Don't be afraid to admit you were wrong, even if it's just to yourself at first. The sooner you do these things, the sooner all of America will wake up- the sooner we'll all be a lot better off. Like the Uncle Sam posters say We NEED YOU, because without one, there can not be two- and if one chooses not to live rightly, two and one don't stand a chance.

Here's your chance, in under 32 minutes you can change you're outlook, this could even be the window that opens that changes your life. This is Mr. Gerald Celente (with Alex Jones), if you don't know who he is look him up- his track record speaks for itself. If you're gonna believe anyone, why not believe someone who's currently right, instead of being brainwashed by the ones who are wrong over and over again.

I can't in good conscience provide you guys with a disaster plan for the economic collapse of a country and perhaps that's why I never did so. I don't think there are a lot of people who could, but I can leave you with some wisdom. Start thinking for yourself- come up with your own conclusions. Don't base your financial decisions on what "they" say, whether it be the government, a financial adviser, or a financial report. You need to be able to handle these things yourself, so if you don't understand it, figure it out. You should never put your livelihood in the hands of someone else, whether it be a stock broker, a sale associate, or a bank. This isn't a lesson you want to learn the hard way, trust me.

xoxo disaster girl

P.F.S. Choose Wisely.

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