Is there any way to prepare for global economic collapse?

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  1. David Warren profile image81
    David Warrenposted 6 years ago

    Is there any way to prepare for global economic collapse?

    Several computer models have predicted we are on a trajectory with this by the year 2030.

  2. Shahid Bukhari profile image60
    Shahid Bukhariposted 6 years ago

    The sky will not come crashing down on our heads, with the now visible Global Economic Collapse of a "False" System of Managing Humans ... will Disappear from the World scene ...

    People will be Free once again from the Tyranny, of a few Criminals ... now shouting ... as they have been Shouting, throughout human History ... "Beware, of the Ides of March" ...

    For March is a month of Boon ... not Bane ...

    And though, the Fall will induce Chaos ... it will be for a short period ... Till Nature takes over ... Because, Nature Abhors Vacuum ...

    Then someone, or something much better ... humane ... will fill in the Vacuum created by the Exit of an Unjust System ...

    Why and How .... ?
    Because, with the enhanced level of general human awareness ... Humans will not fall to the machinations of Criminals ...

    The Criminals know it ... that they've already had their Heyday ...

  3. profile image52
    joe scaliseposted 6 years ago

    I am not as optomistic as Shahid.  The engineers of globalization are not worried about the coillapse of the world economy.  The New World order is about power and limited natutal resources.  Globalization requires a close proximity of labor wages around the globe which will be followed by the considerable reduction in population.  Population growth will be reduced in  several ways.  You may notice in this country even with control of all three branches of government on several occasions the conservatives have never tried to reverse Roe vs Wade.  When the fear of bird flu was at its peak the US government only ordered 250,000 doses of innoculations fro producers abroad.  Their are ways to reduce the population without genocide.  When the economy collapses it will allow governments to enforce Marshall Law and enable the sidestepping of human rights to install New World Order policies.

  4. Eugene Hardy profile image60
    Eugene Hardyposted 6 years ago

    Well, until someone else comes along I'm the designated optimist....

    There is one way I believe we could avoid economic collapse - create a better economic system.

    It is after all man-made.

    If there was anytime to develop a better system it would be now.  From my point of view, it would have to have at least this one characteristic, to allow each and every human being to economically be empowered.

    Another, for people to be paid according to their merits.

    That's the only way.


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