Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Russian analyst predicts decline and breakup of US

This Russian political analysts might actually be on to something. Prophecy watchers have been predicting the decline of America for decades now. The idea of an actual breakup of he USA sounds a bit far-fetched to me, but the idea of political and economic decline seems not only likely, but inevitable.

And it's not just that America is declining. It's also that the rest of the world is quickly catching up. We're headed toward a New World Order. With the decline of the USSR, we had the US left as the worlds only superpower. Those days are destined to come to and end, as we head toward a multi-polar world. Will it be a soft landing, or will it be a hard crash? Time will tell.

If it gets as bad as some think it will, America's house-of-cards economy could collapse, and the Federal government could default on its debts. A weakened America is just what the One World Government globalists have wanted for decades. Perhaps now their dream has come that much closer to coming true. I have feeling this could get very ugly before it starts getting any better.


MOSCOW, November 24 (RIA Novosti) - A leading Russian political analyst has said the economic turmoil in the United States has confirmed his long-held view that the country is heading for collapse, and will divide into separate parts.

Professor Igor Panarin said in an interview with the respected daily Izvestia published on Monday: "The dollar is not secured by anything. The country's foreign debt has grown like an avalanche, even though in the early 1980s there was no debt. By 1998, when I first made my prediction, it had exceeded $2 trillion. Now it is more than 11 trillion. This is a pyramid that can only collapse."

The paper said Panarin's dire predictions for the U.S. economy, initially made at an international conference in Australia 10 years ago at a time when the economy appeared strong, have been given more credence by this year's events.

When asked when the U.S. economy would collapse, Panarin said: "It is already collapsing. Due to the financial crisis, three of the largest and oldest five banks on Wall Street have already ceased to exist, and two are barely surviving. Their losses are the biggest in history. Now what we will see is a change in the regulatory system on a global financial scale: America will no longer be the world's financial regulator."

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