And they had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon.
September has arrived again. A month I look forward to because I’m an NFL fan, but also a month that brings with it the anniversary of 9/11. I lost a close family member on that day, and no matter how many years pile up between then and now, I find myself reliving those feelings and memories. I’ve been told a few times to forget 9/11 and put it behind me, but to me that’s akin to forcing yourself to forget a murdered family member, and many other Americans. The perpetrators have escaped justice, and they are still on the loose fulfilling their agenda.
I’m sure most of you have heard by now about the unusual closing of 5 Walmart stores in the southern half of the USA. If you haven’t, here is an article from the Consumerist which will bring you up to speed.
The Walmart closings due to “plumbing problems”, and the increase in military exercises, including Jade Helm has made more than a few aware observers raise and eyebrow or two.
With that said, below you will find a YouTube video I stumbled across that references and old article about DHS, Walmart, and underground tunnels. The video is a little slow, but is worth the watch.
Have you heard about the new crazy dance all the wild kids are doing nowadays!? Well you should! It’s called THE EURO! You take one step in, you take one step out, you do a bounce, a clap, a turn around, and then you point in there air and say HOOOOOO!!
I’m sorry. That was uncalled for, but through the use of metaphor we can see how the euro crisis is like an awkward dance, with an awkward partner that never seems to end
“Seems” is the key word.
This bounce clap two step will end in my opinion. It will end in the exit of Greece, and they will be followed possibly by Italy and Spain. The powers that be, or the globalist banking agenda as I like to put it, will try to ram home some sort of back door deal to stop these countries from exiting the euro. They will attempt to consolidate power financially. They won’t let their European “superstate” fail without a fight.
Greece, Italy and Spain have a much better chance at improving their economy in the long run if they exit stage left, and return to their currencies. The pain will be there and the pill will be hard to swallow, but they will gain their sovereignty back by cutting the chain with Brussels (headquarters of EU)
Here is an article from the Financial Times discussing some of the immediate effects we’re seeing on Spain and Italy. www.ft.com
European Markets have closed down today, and 26 Italian banks were downgraded by Moody’s as well to add fuel to the fire. Wall Street Journal
If you were a young man or woman in Spain, how would it feel to hear your country tell you to seek work abroad? www.ft.com
As I said previously, I predict the exit of Greece from the euro, and Italy or Spain to follow.
The euro crisis is a slow dance…but it will end.
Where the monkey is free to flex his first amendment right…