World-Wide Financial Armageddon

By , May 12, 2009 5:56 pm

Revelation 13:16And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand or in their foreheads:

What a historic year 2008 was. Never before in the history of our nation has so much happened so fast and yet so much has gone unnoticed.

Very few times in our Nation’s history has a sitting Senator become President, yet this election the three finals were sitting Senators; McCain, the Republican; Obama and Clinton, the Democrats. And of course historic is the possibility of the first woman or the first Black American to be President.

Now we have the first Black American President, (a sitting Senator), his Vice-President (a sitting Senator) and his Secretary-of- State is a sitting Senator.

Both Obama and Clinton are socialists and Obama border-line Marxist.

What is the easiest and fastest way for the Anti-Christ to enter the world scene? I believe that the U.S. and the other “free”  “capitalist” nations during the last three months of 2008 did this with their bail out decisions which are about to create a World-Wide Financial Armageddon.

Folks, with Obama, Reid and Pelosi in power, those bail outs are only the tip of the iceberg. Before the end of 2009, look for the total of these financial enhancements (money the Nation does not have) to reach close to three Trillion Dollars.

I wrote the above back on 12 January 2009.

Wow”” was I ever off, or at least on the timing. It took this administration only 90 days to reach that three trillion mark and now we are looking at a possible ten trillion deficit ove the next seven to ten years. His own economic advisors are now telling Obama that there are not enough rich people to tax that which will cover his spending desires. I predict that by early next year we will all be told to bear the burden of higher taxes. If Obama gets his way, the average household will have an additional tax increase of approximately $3400.00. yearly.

Be not deceived, the slight rallys in the stock market will be the still before the storm. The recession will end but employment will continue to rise, creating inflation and drive the global markets and economics into one of the worst depresison in two hundred years. I’m not an economist, but true economists would be able to connect all the elements to support my beliefs. Folks, I’ve been there, I’m 65 years old and I don’t get my news and advise from the nightly shows and the lies out of Washington.

More on this next month.

 

 

 

 

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