About a year ago I blogged about The Upcoming Collapse
. Most commenting readers agreed with me on what I was writing
there, but I also received a few angry mails about it, and one person even demanded furiously that I should stop writing political stuff on
this blog. Well then, better stop reading right now. :)
What am I talking about
After all, as you can now see for yourself in the news, I was pretty close, and the crash is now very near. Greece (10 mio people) is de-facto bankrupt. Spain is much bigger and already there (50 Mio people), and Italy (60 Mio people) also announced they are in trouble. This now sets off an avalanche which is unstoppable. As written before: In the last 4 years since 2008, where everybody learned that this was coming, nothing, really nothing has been done by the politicians to stop this. Instead, we simply gave all our money to the banksters. All the billions of euros paid never helped anyone, except the people 'working' in the banks.
What will happen now
It's too late now for creating a solution for this fiat-money problem. Politicians will continue playing the game in order to delay the crash, but it's all too late. Banks will crash. States will. People will loose all their money. And their jobs. A few currency reforms if it goes well, political revolutions or even war if it goes bad. Don't believe a second the people telling you that this will not happen.
Look for example at the Italian bank 'BNI'
: Last week, from one day to the other, without warning, they simply closed. (german article about this here
) People are unable to access ATMs or use online Banking. They can't get to their money. It's reality. Already now. BTW: Did you see any mainstream media report about this? Probably not. What do you think why not?
What you can do now
Well, if you haven't planned for this years ago, it's probably even too late for you now. Since it's probably very likely now that you will loose all your money, take it from the bank. If you don't trust paper money, maybe also buy something nice with it which doesn't loose its value that fast. Like a car. Or something you like. Some people buy gold or silver with it. Apart from that: Yes, you are fucked now, as we are all. You can thank our politicians and the banksters for that.
Yes, sorry for this negative blog post. But it's a bit depressing seeing people talking about this crisis, telling you that nothing will happen, because the politicians just sent $x billion euros to country $y.