Wednesday, February 13, 2013

The Day the Music Died

Andy Sutton
“Spurious rumors, small substantiating facts, incontrovertible evidence, and finally, undeniable conclusions. We’re now at the undeniable conclusions stage. The build up has been slow, but steady, the dots, sometimes slow to connect, are now doing so, and the only question remains how many more sets of eyes will be opened before the inevitable happens?”
Obviously, anyone who writes, talks, or communicates about these matters does so in the hopes that it will prompt even one more person to wake up and take measures to protect themselves and their own. Those who choose the blissful elixir of ignorance have no one to blame but the guy in the mirror. Many have written me saying they missed the boat and as such are not going to bother trying because it’ll all work out somehow. I literally weep for those of you who think that any of these people have your best interests at heart when they create and implement policy. If you aren’t concerned for the future of your children, grandchildren, and the health of this nation, please depart from us. Go read the sports page or the funnies. Seriously. This material is not for the faint of heart or mind or those who lack courage.
Never before in American history have we seen such a pitiful, pathetic, and anaemic response to challenges and trials. We are truly a society of wimps. Spiritual wimps, devoid of any courage and conviction when it comes to speaking the truth, and milquetoast coelenterates for failing to look past our own materialism to accept the common truth that what we have been doing is simply not sustainable…Let’s dig into the undeniable conclusions, shall we?”
Sutton discusses US government debt, Asia’s new paradigm, currency wars, and China.
source: gold-eagle

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