We actually have the capacity to create a very different reality by enabling our energies to move more freely where they are most needed.
The point is, you can detect the trend, and you have a need to know the truth.
You have choices, you can take your money out of the banks, you can transform national currency into land and other tangible assets.
Current Events Alert:
“NATO is irreversibly pushing the world towards nuclear war.”
Kiev, Ukraine amassing armored forces…
Imagine our survival and not a doom scenario.
After the RMB is accepted as a world reserve currency the USD would be devalued, and the RMB will rise. This is hugely important and they want to manage this…
Please remain calm and simply update your emergency and survival plans as best as you can.
Remain alert, aware, creative, and prepared.
Treat this September/October 2015 as if it was tornado season, or hurricane/typhoon season, with a component of bank holiday restricting money withdrawals and electronic transactions.
Review your emergency preparedness plans for improvements.
What are they prepping for?
New York Federal Reserve, Wary of Natural Disaster, Bulks Up in Chicago
Greek demand for gold coins is rising as common citizens worry that Greece will exit the Euro. They have been taking cash out of the banks hoarding and buying gold coins as well according to the U.K. Royal Mint. But the bulk are simply hoarding cash and we are starting to see US dollars flowing to Greece in the physical context. This is all about confidence. The uncertainty of the future causes people to hoard. -Armstrong
Over 90 percent of the assets owned by millionaires are held in low-risk investments (bonds and cash), the stock market and real estate. Business startup costs made up less than 1 percent of the investments of high net worth individuals in North America in 2011. A recent study found that less than 1 percent of all entrepreneurs came from very rich or very poor backgrounds. They come from the middle class.
On the corporate side, stock buybacks are employed to enrich executives rather than to invest in new technologies. In 1981, major corporations were spending less than 3 percent of their combined net income on buybacks, but in recent years they’ve been spending up to 95 percent of their profits on buybacks and dividends.
Why Is The Fed Hiring An “Emergency Preparedness Specialist Familiar With DHS Directives”?
The Board has a Hazardous Materials Response Team? Comes as news to us.