The internet is awash (drowning?) in hundreds of doom and gloom videos providing dire warnings of coming world depression, food shortages, rioting in the streets, rampant (hyper) inflation, deepening banking crisis, economic apocalypse, financial Armageddon, the demise of America – well, you get the idea. Below is a small sample of such videos with a hyperlink to each.
So says Lorimer Wilson, editor of www.FinancialArticleSummariesToday.com (A site for sore eyes and inquisitive minds) and www.munKNEE.com (Your Key to Making Money!). Please note that this paragraph must be included in any article re-posting to avoid copyright infringement.
Sit back with your favorite beverage (or two/three!), turn up the volume (some of the music is foreboding) and look over the abyss into the pit of financial and economic despair that some see as about to erupt and engulf us in the months/years ahead. Take heed – you are being forewarned!
- The Next Great Depression
- The Beginning of the End of America – Double Dip Recession turns into 10 year Depression
- When Will America Collapse?
- Economic Collapse/ Depression 2012
- 2010-2012 Deepening Banking Crisis
- Option ARM Reset to Higher Mortgage Rates 2010-2012
- The Coming Commercial Real Estate Defaults and Banking Crisis — 2011
- COLLAPSE — Debt, Peak Oil and Societal Dysfunction end Modern Civilization
- Peak Oil strikes 2012 – 2015 — Oil price Spike Causes Worldwide Depression and Food Shortages
- 2012 – Leads to Economic Apocalypse by Decade’s End: America Faces 2nd Great Depression
- Peak Oil: When Will it Arrive? How Will it Affect us? Can Green Energy Save Us?
- Peak Oil Update
- PEAK OIL —- How Will You Ride the Slide?
- 2012 — The End of America — Trillion Dollar Deficits Collapse the Economy by End of Decade
- Peak Oil Update – 6 February 2011 – Will Rising Fuel Costs Derail the Economic Recovery?
- The Collapse of America – 2012 Begins a Trajectory of No Return
- How the Economic Collapse Will Start
- Financial Armageddon Coming Soon (2011)
- 2011 The Collapse of America
- The Day in 2011 That Will Change Your Life Overnight
- The Economic Collapse – The Video – Part 1
- The Economic Collapse – The Video – Part 2
- Economic Collapse – Why It Won’t Be Stopped
- Financial Armageddon Coming Soon (2011)
- 2011 — The beginning of the End of America – Double Dip Recession turns into 10 year Depression
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