“Maybe we have a year”

David Walker. Gerald CelenteThomas HoenigGlenn Beck.  Ask them and they’ll tell you we are in for some very difficult times.  Tighten your belts, pay off as many bills as you can.  Stock up on food and gold and ammo.  Here’s Glenn, this morning on his radio show (who repeated it again on his TV program later Tuesday).

I had dinner last night with one of the richest men in the world who shall remain nameless. It was one of the most depressing dinners I’ve ever had. I wish I could, I wish I could share it with you. Come on, who wants to get onto the misery boat? Come on, everybody! It was one of the most depressing dinners I’ve ever had.

This isn’t a guy that this is not a political guy and I don’t I think, I didn’t ask him but I think he wouldn’t have been voting for anybody that I voted for in the last 20 years. He’s just beginning to really wake up. He doesn’t really even watch the show. He barely knew who I was.

I spent I, like, got there at 7:00. When I looked at my watch, it was 10:30 and we were still sitting around the table and having a discussion. He said to me, ‘it’s over, I mean, it’s just over’. He said, ‘I don’t care’.

This is a Rockefeller, if you will, the Rockefeller of our day. I said my kids are going to be taken care of. I got my money. They are taxing the rich. They are not taxing me.

He said, ‘you know, the businesses that I’ve created, they’re going to suffer, the people are going to suffer’. He said, ‘but I don’t see an out here’.

Nobody will tell the hard truth. Nobody will say to the American people what’s coming and what has to happen.

And what has to happen is tax cuts and spending cuts. Even Reagan, as he pointed out, didn’t do that. They don’t talk to you about that. They won’t talk to you about spending cuts.

He said we have massive issues. He thinks maybe we have a year.

My deep throat says same thing. My gut tells me same thing. We must, must, must prepare ourselves and immerse ourselves in things that are real.

I asked him, I said, so, you know, how do you preserve any kind of wealth? He said, ‘I don’t know. I’ve been trying to figure that one out’. I said, well, what does the average person do? ‘I don’t know. I’m trying to figure that one out’.

I said, well, my suggestion has been that people should, like June in 1935. He looked at me across the table and said, ‘I think you’re right. Education and putting yourself in a position to where you are not dependent on anyone’.

The world’s about to change, gang, world’s about to change and it could go one of two ways. We have to unite and be a positive force.

Tighten your belts, pay off your bills.  Stock up on food and gold. And ammo.


By Radiopatriot

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1 comment

  1. Like minds?
    I wrote and published my post before I read yours, I swear!
    I would add one small thing-
    Some are suggesting silver may actually be the better metal to own. I bought a bag of pre-1965 dimes, (90% silver) because they are small in denomination, easily recognized as the real thing, and because silver is increasingly being used in industry… may increase in value more quickly than gold.
    A good mix, gold AND silver, is probably the safest bet.

    And a question for someone smarter than me…
    If this is all gonna collapse, why pay off debt?
    Wouldn’t it be better to pay it off with LESS-valuable dollars?

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