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Friday, October 10, 2014

Serious Financial Trouble Is Erupting In Germany And Japan

Prophecy Sign:  The coming global economic collapse, (and reset)


Alright, so the stock markets are up, the U.S. dollar is strong against most other currencies and the unemployment rates are trending down......does all that mean we are out of the woods and everything is A-OK?  Hardly.  There are still some very serious threats to that global economy that will eventually erupt at some future date.  This eruption will bring down the current global economic system and will set the stage for the emergence of the new world economic/financial order of the Antichrist.

For he has oppressed the poor and left them destitute; he has seized houses he did not build.  “Surely he will have no respite from his craving; he cannot save himself by his treasure.  Nothing is left for him to devour; his prosperity will not endure. In the midst of his plenty, distress will overtake him; the full force of misery will come upon him. Job 20:19-22 NIV

Serious Financial Trouble Is Erupting In Germany And Japan
There are some who believe that the next great financial crash will not begin in the United States.  Instead, they are convinced that a financial crisis that begins in Europe or in Japan (or both) will end up spreading across the globe and take down the U.S. too.  Time will tell if they are ultimately correct, but even now there are signs that financial trouble is already starting to erupt in both Germany and Japan. 

18 Sobering Facts About The Unprecedented Student Loan Debt Crisis In The United States
The student loan debt bubble in America is spiraling out of control, and it is financially crippling an entire generation of young Americans.  At this point, the grand total of student loan debt in the United States has reached a staggering 1.2 trillion dollars, and an all-time record high 40 million Americans are currently paying off student loan debts.  Just when our young people should be planning on buying homes and starting families, they find themselves financially paralyzed by oppressive levels of debt.  What makes all of this even worse is that only some of our college graduates are able to get the “good jobs” that we promised them.  So with limited job prospects and suffocating levels of debt, this generation of young Americans is increasingly putting off major life commitments such as buying a home and getting married. 

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