Sunday, February 17, 2013

Wake up America. If you think this can't happen, think again.

Levin: US preparing for societal collapse by buying up billions of rounds of ammo

On Friday’s night broadcast of his radio show, speculated that the federal government is stockpiling ammunition to ensure the rule of law in the event of a total societal and economic collapse.

On Feb. 8, Investor’s Business Daily editorial writer Andrew Malcolm penned a piece about the Department of Homeland Security amassing what he called “sufficient firepower to shoot every American about five times –including illegal immigrants,” or more than 1.6 billion bullets.

“I’m going to tell you what I think is going on,” Levin said. “I don’t think insurrection. Law enforcement and national security agencies — they play out multiple scenarios. They simulate multiple scenarios. I’ll tell you what I think they’re simulating: the collapse of our financial system, the collapse of our society and the potential for widespread violence, looting, killing in the streets, because that’s what happens when an economy collapses.”

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You might want to take a look at the National Intelligence Council's Global Trends report!
Economist Peter Schiff predicted and economic crisis to hit in 2013:
What do you do when one of the very few economic analysts to predict the financial crisis would strike in ’07 or ’08 says another, even more catastrophic economic collapse will hit the United States economy in 2013 or 2014?

Do a YouTube query for “peter schiff was right” and you’ll find dozens of videos with montages of the investment broker and financial commentator making accurate predictions about the financial crisis that struck in 2007 while other analysts not only disagree, but insinuate that Schiff’s predictions were completely nuts.

In one particular video, uploaded in November of 2008 and clocking in at over 2 million views, it’s easy to see what an independent voice Peter Schiff is in the realm of economic analysis and forecasting. Schiff– a Republican who sought out his party’s nomination during Connecticut’s 2010 U.S. Senate race, a self-described capitalist who believes in free-market economics, and who says he’s proud to be a member of “the 1%”– spends most of that particular video montage arguing with many respected Republican analysts as they deride his predictions and say that the economic boom would continue with no end in sight.

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