Enjoyed that one. We will see much more of that.
It is about a society that has artificial goals and lives a artificial life.
Brainwashed consumers that do not respect themselves, that do not respect others and do not respect their home (planet earth).
All of that will ‘go’ in the coming financial, political and environmental collapse. A lot of these changes are intentionally orchestrated of course. Research what really happens in politics and in the economy and you will find this to be absolutely true.
“The best time to buy is when blood is running in the street.” – Nathan M. Rothschild
The best time for us to buy is before the shit hits the fan. Of vital importance are water and food supplies etc. Gold and Silver coins are very important. It is vital to not live in the cities or at least have your own piece of land far away from the big cities.
As Jim Rogers said, those Maserati driving brokers (broke-rs ) will soon be unemployed and to be a farmer is one of the jobs of the future.
There have been so many warnings from people like Jim Rogers, Peter Schiff, Barton Biggs and Ron Paul.
Barton Biggs was chief global strategist at Morgan Stanley and is author of “Wealth, War and Wisdom“. His advice in January 2008: Insure yourself against war and disaster by buying a remote farm or ranch and stocking it with “seed, fertilizer, canned food, wine, medicine, clothes, etc.” His message: Listen to markets, learn from history and prepare for the worst.
Can anyone afford not to listen?
Source: The Telegraph
buy Lyrica 150 mg online As the recession worsens, a lot of rich men are finding their gold-digging wives are taking to their heels
Some women are like businessmen – utterly ruthless, and seeing a rich man as their career path Photo: GETTY
‘You loser!” screamed Katie, aiming a vase at her husband. “You’ve destroyed my life,” she continued, hurling it. “Just look at my hair, look at my nails! You loser, you jerk, you nobody.”
Katie’s husband, Jack, whose property portfolio disintegrated in the financial crash, had just told his wife that she would have to cut back on her thrice-weekly visits to Nicky Clarke, the nail salon in Harvey Nichols, and the oxygen facials, chemical peels and seaweed wraps at Space NK.
Not only that, but they no longer had the money to pay for an army of bullied Eastern Europeans to wait on her hand and foot.
Worse was to come – the brow-lift would have to be cancelled; her black Amex card would have to be snipped in half; and there was no way, he told her, that he could carry on spending £28,000 a year on Henry’s school fees at Eton.
Chloe, too, would have to leave the marginally cheaper (only £25,000 pa) Wycombe Abbey immediately.
Such was the aggression and verbal and physical abuse that followed that Jack was left with cut lips and blood streaming from a broken nose.
Their eight-year-old child, not yet at boarding school, sat cowering in a corner and dialling 999. When they arrived, they had to restrain Katie forcibly from attacking her husband.
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