The smart Civilian Operator needs to be watching the current state of Global Economic Affairs and how it effect the U.S. Economy and Dollar closely. Don’t be caught unaware! Prepare Now! -SF
In the summer of 1914, the few who had any sense of what was about to happen to the world had no idea how long it would take for their fuzzy contemplations to unfold.
The German Army had been preparing for a European war for some time, including a planned invasion of France detailed down to almost an hour-by-hour execution schedule.
What followed was four years of horrific bloodshed that killed 10 million and wounded 20 million more. Following that was a Spanish influenza epidemic that killed an estimated 50 million more. Following that was a global depression that ended with the German hyperinflation of 1923. If you lived in Germany, your life was literally on the edge of existence for almost eight years.
Soon after, a political movement emerged led by a man whose claim it was “To return Germany to greatness.” After 20 years of trying to make good on his claim—in the middle of a global depression and World War II, which he started—this leader committed suicide in 1945.
After 31 years, Germany finally emerges from the summer of 1914 a country split in two and missing about 30 percent of its best and brightest.
Today there are quite a few people with fuzzy contemplations of an economic future that is currently unfolding before our eyes. The contemplators have no idea how long future economic events attached to these fuzzy contemplations will take.
One thing is for sure, however, in the past five years there has been a growing sense of foreboding about the world’s economic future. Is the summer of 2016 going to be a moment in time that presents itself as a hinge of history just like the summer of 1914?
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