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Why we're on the brink of greatest Depression of all time

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Offgridhippie
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Re: Why we're on the brink of greatest Depression of all tim

Postby Offgridhippie » Sun Apr 21, 2013 5:57 pm

Just curious, has anyone else heard anything about this else where? At what point does the prepping community recognize a current threat as a threat and sounds air horns - Not that I'm saying the hit button. I'm just curious?

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-04-20/10-signs-paper-gold-crash-unleashed-unprecedented-demand-physical-gold-and-silver
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Offgridhippie
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Re: Why we're on the brink of greatest Depression of all tim

Postby Offgridhippie » Thu Apr 25, 2013 7:51 pm

Here's some more info I think is important to note

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-04-2 ... rd-amounts

I like this guy he at least has the guts to blow the whistle on the elephant in the room

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLWVPwi6 ... MmuITIQCpg
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Offgridhippie
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Re: Why we're on the brink of greatest Depression of all tim

Postby Offgridhippie » Tue Apr 30, 2013 6:03 pm

Here's a great clip from yesterday on CBC. I hope the masses will start smelling smoke soon ;)

http://www.cbc.ca/player/News/TV+Shows/ ... 382392339/
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Re: Why we're on the brink of greatest Depression of all tim

Postby RU Really » Wed May 01, 2013 3:17 pm

Good journalism...interesting though...the entire content wasn't there. Once they got into some of the real ramifications, the 'content is now unavailable' appeared. CBC? KGB?
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Offgridhippie
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Re: Why we're on the brink of greatest Depression of all tim

Postby Offgridhippie » Thu May 02, 2013 3:08 pm

Wow CBC changed it! Unless i missed something. It was a featured segment on the CBC, TV and video form. Now it's just in article form only. I think Neil hit on something that touched a nerve. Hhhhhmmmm I wonder ;)

If the initial link was broken try this: http://www.cbc.ca/player/ueberproxy.html?ID=2382392338
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Offgridhippie
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Re: Why we're on the brink of greatest Depression of all tim

Postby Offgridhippie » Fri May 03, 2013 3:38 am

Anyone else think the bonds will be the first domino to fall?

http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000163440

Check today's bond rates ;) Are we tickling all time lows?
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Why we're on the brink of greatest Depression of all tim

Postby De L'eau » Mon May 20, 2013 9:12 am

Offgridhippie wrote:"Just curious...At what point does the prepping community recognize a current threat as a threat and sounds air horns - Not that I'm saying the hit button. I'm just curious?"

I like the way you think, Offgridhippie!! :lol: HAHAHAHAHA!
>>>>>>>>I'll lend you a Bull Horn....Can You do Us the Honor?!!<<<<<<< And this post started in September? :o

EVERYONE IS RUNNING OUT OF DELIVERABLE SILVER AND GOLD FOR SETTLEMENT-HUGE HEADS UP!
http://news.goldseek.com/GoldSeek/1369077753.php

Any time i see the words 'Tin Foil Hat' in an article, (even as it applies to stacking) I know my good friends on the prepping site will be happy i posted! My birthday gift to you! :mrgreen: hahaha! Enjoy!

http://winteractionables.com/?p=2576

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-05-1 ... wage-hikes
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Re: Why we're on the brink of greatest Depression of all tim

Postby GreenEnergy » Wed Jun 05, 2013 5:59 am

Offgridhippie wrote:"Just curious...At what point does the prepping community recognize a current threat as a threat and sounds air horns - Not that I'm saying the hit button. I'm just curious?"


Not sure there would be a point in hitting said button. People are not going to listen to anyone other then 1) those they trust 2) someone in authority. Since the authorities use lies or misinformation, and most trustworthy friends/family are equally misinformed, then people like us can only trust our own rational minds. It seems that most humans are trained to respond in an apathetic way, even when the evidence of danger is obvious. I feel sad for such people, but they are what they choose to be. They are told we are the paranoid and irrational ones, which is ironic.

I have tried educating friends and family about some of the going ons in the world outside of the normal news media, and generally their response is cynical and negative even when the unspoken news comes from reliable sources. I have seen it during disasters I have been in as well. Denial is an emotional state that most people call upon to confront their fears, even in the face of obvious rational evidence that what is happening is true.

Just found this website. Glad to see there is a community of Preppers in Nova Scotia. I was beginning to wonder if I was the only one with any common sense out there.
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Re: Why we're on the brink of greatest Depression of all tim

Postby Offgridhippie » Fri Jun 07, 2013 2:30 am

GreenEnergy wrote:
Offgridhippie wrote:"Just curious...At what point does the prepping community recognize a current threat as a threat and sounds air horns - Not that I'm saying the hit button. I'm just curious?"


Not sure there would be a point in hitting said button. People are not going to listen to anyone other then 1) those they trust 2) someone in authority. Since the authorities use lies or misinformation, and most trustworthy friends/family are equally misinformed, then people like us can only trust our own rational minds. It seems that most humans are trained to respond in an apathetic way, even when the evidence of danger is obvious. I feel sad for such people, but they are what they choose to be. They are told we are the paranoid and irrational ones, which is ironic.

I have tried educating friends and family about some of the going ons in the world outside of the normal news media, and generally their response is cynical and negative even when the unspoken news comes from reliable sources. I have seen it during disasters I have been in as well. Denial is an emotional state that most people call upon to confront their fears, even in the face of obvious rational evidence that what is happening is true.

Just found this website. Glad to see there is a community of Preppers in Nova Scotia. I was beginning to wonder if I was the only one with any common sense out there.



I hear you Green vibe ;) My spouse is finally acknowledging everything doesn't hit the mainstream media - sometimes for a reason and what we the public are told isn't necessarily true either. It's nice to see independent thinker spread their wings and search for the truth. Sometimes we swap info. My info tends to bore her, I focus more on economics for the obvious reason.
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Re: Why we're on the brink of greatest Depression of all tim

Postby glasshouse » Fri Jun 07, 2013 7:35 am

From what I've experienced people don't want to see what's coming down the line. It might mean they have to change teir lives... I'm glad the sheeple are so cozy in their ignorance.
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