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Bob Chapman : Greece Is Going To Default 19/06/11

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Bob Chapman : Papandreu the Greek president is a communist , Greece is going to default , Bob Chapman does not advise Greece to do like Iceland rather to default and not to sign any agreements with the bankers cause all they want is Greek assets for pennies to the dollar , the northern European states do not want the Euro anymore ....33 Banks are going to go under , the ECB is on the hook for 650 billion dollars which they created illegally out of thin air just as the FED does , this will expand to England and to the US and there will be a collapse of some sort you should have dehydrated food for at least 6 months water filters and guns to defend your food and your family....

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Bob Chapman : Papandreu the Greek president is a communist , Greece is going to default , Bob Chapman does not advise Greece to do like Iceland rather to default and not to sign any agreements with the bankers cause all they want is Greek assets for pennies to the dollar , the northern European states do not want the Euro anymore ....33 Banks are going to go under , the ECB is on the hook for 650 billion dollars which they created illegally out of thin air just as the FED does , this will expand to England and to the US and there will be a collapse of some sort you should have dehydrated food for at least 6 months water filters and guns to defend your food and your family....

one thing i've learnt from this website is that things are never as bad as they seem. normally things pan out a little bit in between the doomsayers and the bulls. Gold has shot up but not to the moon! houses have gone down but not collapsed. We will see tommorrow i guess..

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one thing i've learnt from this website is that things are never as bad as they seem. normally things pan out a little bit in between the doomsayers and the bulls. Gold has shot up but not to the moon! houses have gone down but not collapsed. We will see tommorrow i guess..

Gold is climbing a wall of worry and will continue to climb until the worry goes away or the whole lot comes crashing down. When the latter happens Gold will go up in a straight line, the stock markets will be suspended, banks will stop withdrawals and the supermarket car park will be full of people panic buying anything they can get their hands on.

Question is when it happens where are you going to be? In an angry mob at the bank? Being trampled in the supermarket? Or cracking open a cold beer while eye-balling your mountain of rice, water and beans while caressing your stash of Gold and loading up the shotgun?

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Gold is climbing a wall of worry and will continue to climb until the worry goes away or the whole lot comes crashing down. When the latter happens Gold will go up in a straight line, the stock markets will be suspended, banks will stop withdrawals and the supermarket car park will be full of people panic buying anything they can get their hands on.

Question is when it happens where are you going to be? In an angry mob at the bank? Being trampled in the supermarket? Or cracking open a cold beer while eye-balling your mountain of rice, water and beans while caressing your stash of Gold and loading up the shotgun?

Careful with those beans. They're warning us about e-coli now!

/me ate freshly-sprouted beans this evening. Mostly in a stuffing for baked mushrooms, but some of them raw as cook's perks B)

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