Why avoiding the traditional path of university education will HELP your children survive
by JS Kim
Originally posted Jan 26, 2011
Original title: Why avoiding the traditional path of university education will HELP, yes help, your children survive the next five years
WHETHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT, POLITICAL AND SOCIAL UPHEAVAL THAT HAS ALREADY afflicted Portugal, Spain, Greece, Mozambique, and now Tunisia, Algeria and Egypt will be coming to your country sometime in the next three years. Just visit this link to witness the angry mob violence in Tunisia in protest to soaring food prices that the people can no longer afford. I know what you’re thinking, “But that is Tunisia, and that will never happen in MY COUNTRY.” If you ask Tunisians what they would have thought about the violence in Mozambique last year, most likely, many would have said, “But that is Mozambique, and that will never happen here in Tunisia.”
In fact, in every country that has suffered from circumstances that rapidly devolved into outrage and violence, it is likely that the citizens of that country never saw the violence coming until it was already upon them. When economies and families’ livelihoods are hanging by a thread, a small spark can trigger a massive fire.
So what does education and your child’s future have to do with the situation in Algeria, Tunisia, and Egypt? Everything. Violence and mass protests are occurring in many countries because of soaring food prices that in some instances have risen by 80% in a matter of weeks. Soaring food prices and energy prices are the direct result of the Central Bank policy of quantitative easing, a euphemism for the destruction of purchasing power of all fiat currencies around the world.
If soaring food prices haven’t happened in your country yet, they will. The only reason it hasn’t happened yet is because your government, in collusion with bankers, have kicked the can down the road along with efforts to sell the populace wild fables of economic recovery while the banks in their nation are literally bankrupt. There have been no solutions implemented, only patchwork efforts of hiding the truth from citizens. Thus, soaring food prices in India, Algiers, Tunisia will come to your doorstep at some point in 2011. Even Western leaders that typically fill newspapers and TV with utter nonsense are warning their citizens to take heed.
Recently, Bank of England governor Mervyn King stated that British families will see their disposable income disappear as they, in his own words, pay “the inevitable price” for the ongoing monetary crisis and begin to suffer the fastest decline in living standards since the 1920’s. King continued to state that savers and “those who behaved prudently” will pay the largest price as this crisis unfolds. However, being the despicable snake (and those are probably much too sweet words to describe that man) that he is, King further declared that the Bank of England, “neither can, nor should try to, prevent the squeeze in living standards.”
What he should have disclosed is that he, along with the Bank of England, the European Central Bank and the Federal Reserve are directly responsible for the greatest decline in living standards since the 1920’s that will afflict all Brits over the next several years.
Thus, as the global monetary crisis accelerates, 2011 will be the year we move from the eye of the financial hurricane back into the hurricane. Given that the modern educational system teaches students absolutely nothing they need to know about surviving the crisis, after four years, a mountain of debt, and a bleak economic landscape, I firmly believe that setting aside the money targeted for tuition, books, room and board and investing that money in gold and silver now would leave your child a thousand times better prepared to face this crisis in two or four years time.
But I’m not the only one that believes this. The National Inflation Association also believes this. At the very least, if you have a child you are sending to college or graduate school next term, you need to do yourself a favor and READ THIS ARTICLE. Whether you agree or disagree with me, at least you will have the information as well as my perspective AND the perspective of the National Inflation Association to make a proper decision. The proper decision now regarding your child’s education may be the difference in whether you set your child up for failure or success in four years. So in that regard, this will be one of the most important investment decisions of your life – your investment in your child.
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Written by aurick
26/01/2011 at 12:56 pm
Tagged with Algeria, Bank of England, currency debasement, debt, depression, economic collapse, economic crisis, Egypt, European Central Bank, Federal Reserve, food inflation, food price inflation, food price trend, food riots, food shortages, Gold, Greece, hyperinflation, Mervyn King, Mozambique, QE2, Quantitative easing, Spain, Tunisia