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Financial collapse anyone? Nanaimo BC

jonesy
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Re: Financial collapse anyone? Nanaimo BC

Postby jonesy » Sat Jan 17, 2015 3:53 am

You know you always have a BOL at my place, Blacknight!

Our only issue is forest fires and earthquakes....
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Blackknight88
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Re: Financial collapse anyone? Nanaimo BC

Postby Blackknight88 » Sat Jan 17, 2015 3:29 pm

Don't forget the Martin's ..lol
oh and thank's fr the invite jonsey...might come a knockin...
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Blackknight88
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Re: Financial collapse anyone? Nanaimo BC

Postby Blackknight88 » Sun Jan 18, 2015 4:21 am

Hey jonesy..Went out and had a hoot. Wish you could have been there. Didn't get your text til I was out in the Rain Forest...Tried to PM you but messages seem to be getting hung up in the out box for some reason.

Tried to send you a PM too theiss..
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Re: Financial collapse anyone? Nanaimo BC

Postby Copperfun » Fri Jan 30, 2015 11:30 pm

Hey guys.

I just moved back to Nanaimo after over ten years on the mainland. But now that I'm back I have really opened my eyes to whAts going on, especially within our and the U.S. economy.

But my circle is not in the same place mentally. I'm hoping to meet/chat with some like minded folks.
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Blackknight88
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Re: Financial collapse anyone? Nanaimo BC

Postby Blackknight88 » Sat Jan 31, 2015 5:04 pm

Hey copperfun, welcome to the site..How long have you been a member?
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jonesy
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Re: Financial collapse anyone? Nanaimo BC

Postby jonesy » Sun Feb 01, 2015 5:11 am

I think we could sneak in a coffee sometime.... Welcome to the forum!
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Blackknight88
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Re: Financial collapse anyone? Nanaimo BC

Postby Blackknight88 » Sun Feb 01, 2015 4:29 pm

On the financial collapse side of things...The U.S. house of reps just introduced bill 41 to the house that would in essence remove the responsibility of the Gov from bailing out Fed and State employee pensions. The reasoning of course is that the Gov can't afford to pay it's own bills.

If this actually gets passed, do you think private pensions will follow suit?

The wife and I were just discussing the prospect of the insurance institution quite possibly risking her retirement money on hedge funds and derivatives and then I read this article this morning...
If a financial collapse were to transpire, this would be an eye opener to quite a number of Baby Boomers who are retiring currently...

Could you imagine thinking you were secure in your retirement, only to wake up one morning and no cheque in the mail?
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Perfesser
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Re: Financial collapse anyone? Nanaimo BC

Postby Perfesser » Sun Feb 01, 2015 6:32 pm

I saw a segment on sun news (pretty good news site actually) on the Ontario Pension Plan scam and they did mention that the federal pension plan was pretty well managed....and that Justin and the Liberals want to get their hands on it
http://www.sunnewsnetwork.ca/sunnews/

I can't find the exact vid but I'm watching sun news more often.
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Blackknight88
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Re: Financial collapse anyone? Nanaimo BC

Postby Blackknight88 » Sun Feb 01, 2015 11:45 pm

All the financial institutions are gambling big money on derivatives and futures markets.

That's one of the biggest fears is that the banks are going to loose 300 trillion in a black swan event and the U.S. Gov has already made it law that the taxpayer is on the hook for it if it fails.

In other words..go ahead and gamble without consequence!!
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Copperfun
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Re: Financial collapse anyone? Nanaimo BC

Postby Copperfun » Fri Feb 06, 2015 5:03 am

I've only been a member for a couple weeks. But have read be browsing the site for a few months.

I'm game for some coffee and prepper talk.

I'll check out that vid perfesser. Thanks. It's hard sifting through all the BS videos and post. So much garbage out there.
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