Economy: Why We Have a Crisis

It’s only been recently that I’ve even been slightly attentive to politics and the world at large. I used to say I wasn’t interested in politics, but Neal Boortz convinced me of my erroneous frame of mind when I read one of his books.

I didn’t fully understand what was behind all of this latest news about the economy, but I do know that Larry Burkett predicted it 20 years ago in this book. It’s astounding. I read it in April, so I can’t remember a lot of the details, but I am going to be reading it again, that’s for sure!

This video has an obvious political bent to it, but was worth the ten minutes of my time, and I hope it is worth it to you as well.

I’ve never been one to be a doomsayer, but let me tell you, my friend, I have a dark unsettling feeling in my gut about these turn of events. I don’t see it getting any better!

4 thoughts on “Economy: Why We Have a Crisis

  1. My hubby and I totally agree. He has a lot more info we could show you. Most people want to bury their heads in the sand and deny reality. And the people running our country behind the scenes (Rockefellers, the Morgans, Bilderburg Group) want everyone to be dumbed down and spoon-fed their demise.
    You know, Jessica, I just think Biblical prophesy is coming to fruition.

  2. Ugh, unfortunately I don’t see it getting any better either. After 9 years of being a SAHM I was forced to go back to work recently to try to get ahead, but it’s turned out that we aren’t getting ahead we are staying where we are, because now they have cut my husband’s hours. He works in the seafood department of a grocery store and has for the past nine years. I now also work in retail and the other night they sent me home early because it was so slow. Tough times.

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