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2012: A Message from Matthew

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by Suzanne Ward
channelled from Matthew Ward

Originally posted December 31, 2007. See sidebar under Pages for “Matthew Ward” for background

WHAT MIGHT HAPPEN when you cross off the last day of 2011 on your calendar and you pin up the one for 2012?  The thoughts in many minds about that year range from the sublime to the ridiculous, and since the latter is so quickly addressed, that’s where I’ll begin. 

No, your world is not going to end. Earth is an eternal soul inhabiting a planetary body, and now that it’s back from the brink of destruction— thanks to the infusion of light from your “space” neighbors— and on the way back to its original vibrant health and beauty, she’s going to keep it for a long time to come. 

With “ridiculous” accounted for, what is the “sublime” that you can expect 2012 to bring?  Like everything else that happens anywhere, the choice is up to individuals, the decisions each makes. What I can tell you with certainty is, you who make the trip with Earth into the higher planes will be living in the promised Golden Age. In numerous of his messages, my Matthew-Self has accurately described the changes and challenges during the transition between now and your world in 2012 with its astounding differences that you will welcome whole heartedly. 

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Silver, gold and the last American hero, JFK

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by Darryl Robert Schoon 3 April 2008

hero, def. a man distinguished by exceptional courage and nobility and strength 

LIKE EVERYTHING IN OUR PAST, the late American president, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, exists as a memory. Struck down by an assassin in a decade where bullets—democracy’s deadly equalizer—quieted those brave enough to champion change, such as Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was a true American hero; and heroes, while a champion to many are, by definition, a threat to some. 

In How To Survive The Crisis And Prosper In The Process, I detailed how America’s problems after 1950 mirrored England’s descent from power one century before. America’s problems did not go unnoticed by those who then led the US, Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower and his successor, John F. Kennedy. The reaction of each, however, is a chilling reminder of the dangers facing those who rule.  

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World without newspapers

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by Rick Ackerman Posted March 3, 2009

Original title: Imagine a World Without Newspapers

PRINT NEWS IS DYING, and we shouldn’t kid ourselves that the Internet will somehow replace it. In the last week alone, the 150-year-old Rocky Mountain News folded and the San Francisco Chronicle was talking about a possible bankruptcy. Nearly every large paper in the country could be gone within three to five years. The trend is unstoppable, and it threatens to drastically limit the quality and variety of news that we receive and have come to depend on each day. Many Americans evidently think they’ll be able to get their news from the Web and that the death of newspapers is no big deal. In fact, it is a very big deal, since nearly all of the news published online is gathered and written the old-fashioned way – i.e., by a vast, global network of reporters employed by brick-and-mortar newspapers.

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Written by aurick

06/03/2009 at 2:53 pm

Shrieking new heights of mediocrity

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By Roger Wiegand   13 Jan 2009

“The trouble with our times is that the future is not what it used to be.” –Paul Valery 1871-1945

WE WERE TAUGHT in business school to approach a problem first by carefully identifying the problem. Running with an impatient solution for the wrong problem often exaggerates it. The Federal Reserve, U.S. Treasury and their counterparts in other nations throughout the world, for the most part, seek to fix an old, broken paradigm with outdated answers.

This is a new world, constructed by Alan Greenspan & Company to prevent the smaller pain of recession.  By recklessly cutting interest rates in this decade and tossing free money so to speak, Sir Alan delayed a recession turning it into a global depression. Throwing monetary gasoline on a systemic fiscal conflagration is burning down the entire economic world. Darker days lie ahead.

This will be beyond dire. Today’s Greater Depression is underway and is just beginning. If this is a Grand Super Cycle event, it’s the worst in 300 years. We think it is exactly a Super Grand Crash. Extending bailout credit To broken banks and businesses throws good money after bad prolonging the agony.

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It has only just begun

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By Bob Chapman

An excerpt from The International Forecaster 5 March 2009

EVERYONE KNOWS that the dollar rallies are bogus, and that any time the dollar rallies under the current economic circumstances is a sign of some really bad things happening. The dollar has now become an alarm bell for financial mayhem just like gold. They may even move together for a time until hyperinflation destroys the dollar a little further down the road, leaving gold the only asset and safe-haven standing.   

It has only just begun. An international crisis of monumental proportions and none on the planet will be spared hardship. What the power behind the scenes has created is going to touch every one of us. The heart of the crisis lies in America and secondarily in Europe.

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 from movie “Money as Debt”

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“Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men’s views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the Field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.” Woodrow Wilson, The New Freedom (1913)

“Each and every time a bank makes a loan (or purchases securities), new bank credit is created – new deposits – brand new money.” Graham F. Towers, Director, Bank of Canada

“The process by which banks create money is so simple the mind is repelled.” John Kenneth Galbraith, Economist

“Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws.” Mayer Amschel Rothschild, International Banker

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Written by aurick

06/03/2009 at 11:21 am

With due respect…

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IF YOU have to choose between trusting the natural stability of gold and the honesty and intelligence of members of the government:
With due respect for these gentlemen, I advise you, as long as the capitalist system lasts, to vote for gold.

George Bernard Shaw

Written by aurick

06/03/2009 at 10:56 am

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