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Economic Armageddon and You

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Good Day Team,

This morning we received this video clip from Jim Sinclair which if you can find the time, is well worth watching.

Dear Friends,

Wondering about the American economy? This animated video explains 
Here is the entire story. I would suggest spreading the truth to offset the lies.

Jim Sinclair.

Please click here.

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July 1, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Ell

It is not a pretty picture. What is even worse is that the majority of voting Americans aren't remotely aware of the seriousness and depth of this problem. But, life has many twists and turns and the world will have to pay for the past lavish times we have all enjoyed.

What bothers me even more, however, is the fact that the US has assumed the roll of caretaker for the world. For example, in the US today, we are supporting millions of illegal aliens, plus non-citizens, plus the children who are born in America of parents who are non citizens.

Where is it written in the CONSTITUION that the American taxpayer is responsible to provide housing, food, clothing and education to non-citizens. I would like to ask Jim Sinclair for his opinion about this situation, and also just how much of our annual debt he thinks is caused by this exhorbitant spending. Thank you.

Happy FOURTH OF JULY to all.

July 1, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Ell

This is a good video. One important flaw, however...corporations don't pay income tax. Their customers do. It's just a shell game to make us think somebody else...some big shot corporate types...are paying the tax when IT'S US. They just pass on the cost in higher prices.

That should be completely obvious to everyone. The fact that it isn't is depressing. But then again, it's just a variation on theme. When will people ever learn?

There's no such a thing as a free lunch.

July 1, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterfallingman

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