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David Wilkerson's Economic Vision

 
 
Key points to remember about this vision:
  1. From the time the first country goes down, you'll have two weeks to get your money out of the bank.

  2. America will come through this crisis---there will be a restoration.

  3. But the nation will never be like it was before...

  4. God is saying: Get our lives straight...Get rid of the idols...Seek the face of God in holiness...

  5. God will be a wall of fire about you...And the glory in the midst of you!

It's about to happen---very soon, one nation, and I'm speaking prophetically--if I've ever heard anything from God in my life, I heard it. Very soon a European or North African or Eastern nation is going to default on its international loan and when that happens, within two weeks, Mexico is going to default. Mexico owes $100 billion ---80% of it to American banks---and here's what is going to happen: about two weeks after the first country goes bankrupt, (we're going to survive that, because most of that (money of the first country) is owed to European banks---German, Swiss and French banks) but a second country is going to go down, probably Argentina or Brazil, and we'll kind of live that down and say: "Well, maybe it's not going to hurt," but two weeks after the first country goes down, Mexico's going to default on $100 billion.

And when the banks open the next day at 9 in the morning, $15 billion an hour is going to be withdrawn from our American banks -they're going to be running our banks---the Arabs---all the Latin American countries, they're going to be running our banks--and before the day is over, the USA is going to have to declare a "bank holiday."

SIX MONTHS OF HORROR:

And we're going into six months of the worst hell America has ever seen---there's going to be chaos---not even the National Guard's going to be able to quiet it down---we're going to have to call out the whole U.S. Army.

Now I've had visions recently, for I've been in New York City and I was in Macy's in a vision, and I saw people walking around stunned because they couldn't get their money out of the bank.

Now I'm going to give you a word of advice, the first country goes bankrupt---I've documented this and I've got it sealed in an envelope, and I'm going to call all my friends and I'm telling you---this is the first time I've said it in a public meeting like this---but the first country that bellies up, you go get every dime you have---church get your money out of the bank--because there's going to be a 'bank holiday' and you won't be able to get a dime for six months. Now, of course, there's going to be -restored, but the nation will never be like it is again.

There's going to be fear like we've never known---judgment at the door. When I was at Macy's Dept. store in a vision and I watched people walking around stunned, they didn't know what to do, they didn't know what was happening; then a bunch of people walked into Macy's and suddenly went wild and began to steal and within an hour everybody---I saw the spirit of everybody in the store---they were robbing and stealing---they raped Macy's and destroyed five floors---Macy's was raped and ruined in a period of an hour or two.

That's just the beginning. Folks it's all in this book (the bible) ---we've been warned and warned and warned---you can't tell me God hasn't warned us. You can't tell me God isn't saying something awesome here tonight in this church...we better get our prayer life straightened up, our lives straightened up, get rid of the idols, as Paul writes, and seeking the face of God in holiness or you're not going to be ready for what's coming. God's warning, get ready and you'll not fear these things that come onto you and you'll start rejoicing, you'll not be afraid because your hands will be clean. You've been praying and God's building a wall of fire around you to keep you."

We'd like to teach you a song about God's protection. It goes like this.: "There's a wall of fire around me...There's a wall of fire between my soul and the enemy. There's a wall of fire that you can't see...Between my soul and the enemy. There's a wall of fire around me. May it be so with us all..."


London Trader: Staggering Gold Demand Creating Shortages

GREEK DEFAULT EXCLUSIVE: SENIOR US BANKERS GIVEN EXPLICIT TIMETABLE FOR ATHENS DEFAULT

GREEK DEFAULT PLAN: JP Morgan also possesses it.

GREECE IS NOW IN TECHNICAL DEFAULT. NO REAL DEAL made. RATING AGENCIES playing dumb.

GREEK BAILOUT: “It’s a seagoing sieve,” says Slog’s US source.


Mexico's Possible Collapse

Sean Brodrick - 8/13/10

There is a war next door, and our neighbor may be losing. I'm talking about Mexico's ongoing battle with violent drug gangs. The northern parts of Mexico are becoming lawless, and the drug gangs are taking steps to set themselves up as de facto governments. This could have big implications for Mexico and for its oil production. And Mexico is our number 2 supplier of imported oil.

Does the fallout from Mexico's collapse extend beyond oil? Heck, yeah! The U.S. share a long and porous border with Mexico, and troubles there are already spilling over here.

Here are some facts about Mexico's drug gangs that are starting to scare me ...

  • About 28,000 people have been killed since December 2006, when President Calderon declared war against the gangs. A whopping 1,200 people were killed in July — the deadliest month yet. The city of Ciudad Juárez, which borders El Paso, has by far been the most violent area, with more than 4,300 people killed in the past two years. Drug gangs are armed with military-grade weapons smuggled from the U.S., and other weapons come straight from the Mexican army.

    So many people were terrified of being assassinated in the last election, political parties had trouble finding candidates to run for office.
     

  • Drug gangs are smuggling more drugs into the U.S. now than when the war started. It has become a $39 billion a year business — worth one-fifth of the Mexican government's annual budget.
     

  • The drug gangs are diversifying — moving into immigrant smuggling, extortion, kidnapping, and stealing oil.
     

  • Mexican drug cartels operate in more than 2,500 U.S. cities. They are the only ones working in every part of the United States, and have forced out Columbian gangs.
     

  • Drug gangs are actually setting up de-facto shadow governments and levying taxes in the Mexican states of Tamaulipas and Coahuila on the Texas border, as well as President Calderon's home state of Michoacán.

President Calderon acknowledged the growing strength of the drug gangs at a national security conference. He said: "Their business is no longer just the traffic of drugs. Their business is to dominate everyone else. This criminal behavior has become a defiance to the state, an attempt to replace the state" by exacting war taxes and taking up arms more powerful than those used by outgunned government forces.

Recently, the U.S. Joint Forces Command warned that the Mexican government could experience "a rapid and sudden collapse" due to drug cartel violence.

According to some experts, it's so bad that Mexico's government has been forced to pick sides, showing favoritism to certain drug gangs in return for help battling other drug cartels. Such alliances would be another step toward drug gangs becoming a political force.

There's already a lot of non-official cooperation. In one notorious incident, a birthday party in the northern city of Torreon was attacked by drug cartel hitmen who used automatic weapons to kill 17 people and wound 18 others. Mexican authorities later said the hitmen were incarcerated cartel gang-members let out of jail by corrupt officials. The prison guards lent the gunmen vehicles and their own weapons.  After the bloody massacre, the killers coolly returned to the prison, handed back their weapons, and went back to their cells.

Stealing Big in Oil

The drug gangs are also stealing oil. Mexico's state-owned oil company, Petróleos Mexicanos or PEMEX, estimates some $720 million worth of oil products were stolen from it in 2008, slightly higher than 2007. Just one gang — busted in April — allegedly stole $46 million worth of oil products over two years.

And this year, the drug gangs branched out to threatening petroleum production, which provides one-third of Mexico's revenue. PEMEX's general director told a congressional committee that rampant kidnapping of workers forced the closing of oil and liquid gas plants in the Burgos Basin in northeastern Mexico, among the company's most lucrative installations.

This is coming at a critical time, because Mexico badly needs investment in its oil industry ...

  • Mexico's supergiant offshore field Cantarell started declining in 2005, and crude output has fallen from an average of 3.4 million barrels a day in 2004 to about 2.6 million barrels a day over the last 18 months.
     

  • Meanwhile, PEMEX's current top-producing field, Ku-Maloob-Zaap, has hit its expected peak production of 850,000 barrels a day.
     

  • In all, Mexico's crude oil output was 2.592 million barrels a day in the first half of the year, down 1.4% from a year earlier.

If Mexico's oil production falls again this year, it would mark six straight years of declines.

PEMEX hopes to issue up to 14 incentive-based contracts by the end of the year to get private sector assistance to develop mature oil fields. But if the drug gangs are stepping up the war, and targeting oil field workers, it's hard to say who will want those contracts.

This, in turn, puts more pressure on the supply of crude oil to the U.S.

Other Economic Risks from the Drug War

Mexico's economy is expected to grow by about 5% this year. That sounds good, except that Mexico's economy shrank 6.5% last year. So, the country's GDP would still be lagging. It's hard to get foreign investment in new factories when drug cartels are running rampant.

And Mexico is still feeling the pain from sovereign debt downgrades last year from two credit ratings agencies, leaving Mexico only one notch above the lowest investment grade (Mexico's declining oil output was a key factor in the downgrades). The debt downgrades make it harder for Mexico to borrow money. And bloodthirsty cartels running wild and shooting up the place won't help bondholder confidence, either.

For me, the big risk here is a potential collapse of the Mexican government. If the drug gangs are able to set themselves up as viable shadow governments, then the U.S. may be forced to intervene militarily.

And that may not be the worst of it. As a student of history, I can tell you that one of the forces that brought down the Roman Empire was the immigration of large numbers of foreign tribes over its borders. Those tribes all wanted the good life they saw in Rome, and they overwhelmed Rome's ability to cope with them. If the Mexican government collapses, we could see a new flood of people heading over our border. In that case, Mexico's problems could become our problems.


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