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Old 07-20-2009, 03:13 PM   #2
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Default Re: Custers last stand???

Hi Viking,

What is interesting is that US Embassies throughout the world are being advised to purchase a years supply of local currency..... quietly!

This info came from multiple trustworthy sources from your link.

What does this mean? I appears that the US knows that the US$ will not only go south, it will be smitten, even to be valued worthless and it will take around a year to come up with a solution, as the embassies are stocking up with local money to keep the institution running over this time.

This is heavy stuff. Now we at least can see some direction.....

Best regards,


Originally Posted by viking View Post
Financial collapse in US? World?

THE PTB are desperate... Will they fail with the coming forced vaccinations to save there ****'s....

Are we now heading towards an inevitable financial collapse by the end of september?? If this is so, UK would follow shortly and many other countries.

Obama has been trying to beg steal and borrow throughout the world.. As Fulford states and many others he has had a resounding Was this his last ditch attempt to muster up some goodies to buy some more time and avoid the inevitable?

And if all the other countries have turned him down... NOW WHAT???

Well it looks like the Flu problem has come along just in time!!! Vaccine and all... Financial collapse ... Ohhhhh but thats not the reason we are introducing MARSHALL LAW?? Ah ah.. The FLU pandemic?!!! YEAH right !!!

" Let us contemplate the day in the near future when the consequences of financial chicanery finally outpace the ability of the governments, central banks and big media to cover up and obfuscate the truth. Many respected voices have now gone on record that September 30 or thereabouts will be that day."

"Benjamin Fulford [] states that for almost a century the US Treasury Dept has been issuing specialized debt instruments to countries with which the US has had a trade surplus. These complex debt instruments are tailored by complex treaties. Unfortunately, the recent US Treasury funding needs exceed the willingness of these creditor nations to extend additional credit. Fulford writes, "The problem is that after nearly a century of issuing these debt instruments, the chickens are coming home to roost. President Obama tried at the recent G8 plus 5 meeting in Italy to borrow more money than George Bush junior did in 8 years. He was told a resounding no. The result should be total economic chaos in the U.S. by September 30th . "

Don't take the Vaccine!!!

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