For the first time in last nights debate, I heard Ron Paul refer to the coming economic crisis that will make the great depression look like a square dance. I've
heard a couple of people talking about the economy and the possibility
of collapse. To that I can say, unfortunately, it is not a possibility,
it is inevitable.
The following documentary I watched about 13
months ago in December 2010. From it I could predict that within the
coming months, mass civil unrest would start breaking out, the economy
would reenter recession as the oil prices rose again, and that more and more oppressive measures would be implemented by the government. All of which have occurred. But these events are merely symptoms of a far greater crisis coming in the next decade or much sooner
It is a rare thing to say, and I don't say this lightly, this film
completely changed my outlook of the civilized world we live in. It
shook me to my intellectual, spiritual and political core. The way I
have viewed the world has not been the same since. I sincerely advise
everyone here to watch it. It used to be easy to view on youtube. When
the occupy protests started appearing, it started disappearing. The man,
Michael Ruppert is currently a staunch supporter of the Occupy Movement
and Ron Paul. The man himself is an example of someone screaming fire and nobody listening.
It is important to keep in mind that this is filmed in March 2009 and realize all the events that have occurred since then and how they are linked to his predictions.
Roger Ebert- Chicago Sun Times-I don't know when I've seen a thriller more frightening. I couldn't tear
my eyes from the screen. Collapse is even entertaining, in a macabre
sense. I think you owe it to yourself to see it.
The New York Times-His well-rehearsed rhetoric is shockingly persuasive, and since the
majority of his premises are verifiable, any weakness in his argument
lies in inferences so terrifying that reasonable listeners may find
themselves taking his advice and stocking up on organic seeds.
Chicago Reader-Ruppert makes a compelling argument that the world is approaching a paradigm shift unlike anything in human history.
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