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Old 12-04-2008, 08:52 PM   #16
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Celente is not alone in describing an economic 911. Another group that has had my attention for quite some time.

GEAB N°29 is available! Phase IV of the Global Systemic crisis: Breakdown of the Global Monetary System by summer 2009
Ah yes, the Leap2020 crowd , I've come across their articles before on other forums. I think they predicted an invasion of Iran in 2006, so I guess they were wrong on that. On the other hand, IIRC, they've made some accurate predictions.
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Old 12-05-2008, 08:49 AM   #17
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Ah yes, the Leap2020 crowd , I've come across their articles before on other forums. I think they predicted an invasion of Iran in 2006, so I guess they were wrong on that. On the other hand, IIRC, they've made some accurate predictions.
iran, really?

i will take a closer look at these guys.

i will say that eventually the usa *could* be invaded by nations we're in debt to-once those nations feel we're insolvent.

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i will say that eventually the usa *could* be invaded by nations we're in debt to-once those nations feel we're insolvent.

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you don't think MAD would prevent something like that?
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you don't think MAD would prevent something like that?
The #1 and #2 things that would prevent that ?

1. The Atlantic Ocean
2. The Pacific Ocean

You couldn't POSSIBLY get enough troop-carrying ships through submarine patrols, air patrols, sea patrols to 'invade' the US

MAD is anyone who thinks they could.
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you don't think MAD would prevent something like that?
Bush unilaterally withdrew from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty in 2002. So MAD as a nuclear deterrent no longer exists.

No need for others to invade if they can control policy decisions from overseas.
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The #1 and #2 things that would prevent that ?

1. The Atlantic Ocean
2. The Pacific Ocean

You couldn't POSSIBLY get enough troop-carrying ships through submarine patrols, air patrols, sea patrols to 'invade' the US

MAD is anyone who thinks they could.
You obviously didn't watch the documentaries



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You obviously didn't watch the documentaries



Ah, but that was before Sarah was watching from her bedroom window.........
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Economic collapse is not the apocalypse and revolution doesn't mean civil war.

But no one seems to want to really talk about it.

This is a good article that describes a number of Celente's forecasted trends without the drama.

Lines at the ER, a television boom, emptying suburbs. A catastrophic economic downturn would feel nothing like the last one. - The Boston Globe

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