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Friday, June 3, 2016

8 Lessons That We Can Learn From The Epic Economic Meltdown In Venezuela

Prophecy Sign:  The future global economic collapse

It might be advisable to cross Venezuela off your list of vacation destinations this year, (or any year for the foreseeable future).  All is not well in the progressive socialist Utopian dream state.  And what is happening in Venezuela is just a small example of what may be coming for much of the world in the not too distance future, as many economic prognosticators continue to warn of an impending global economic crash.  Even bible prophecy tells us that a time is coming when even your stores of gold and silver will become useless in trying to secure food for the family.

They will throw their silver into the streets, and their gold will be treated as a thing unclean. Their silver and gold will not be able to deliver them in the day of the LORD's wrath. It will not satisfy their hunger or fill their stomachs, for it has caused them to stumble into sin. Ezekiel 7:19 NIV

8 Lessons That We Can Learn From The Epic Economic Meltdown In Venezuela
We are watching an entire nation collapse right in front of our eyes.  As you read this article, there are severe shortages of just about anything you can imagine in Venezuela.  That includes food, toilet paper, medicine, electricity and even Coca-Cola.  All over the country, people are standing in extremely long lines for hours on end just hoping that they will be able to purchase some provisions for their hungry families.  At times when there hasn’t been anything for the people that have waited in those long lines, full-blown riots have broken out.  All of this is happening even though Venezuela has not been hit by a war, a major natural disaster, a terror attack, an EMP burst or any other type of significant “black swan” event.  When debt spirals out of control, currency manipulation goes too far and government interference reaches ridiculous extremes, this is what can happen to an economy.  
http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/8-lessons-that-we-can-learn-from-the-epic-economic-meltdown-in-venezuela


Venezuela police fire tear gas at protesters demanding food
Security personnel in Caracas have broken up a protest outside the presidential palace. Around 100 demonstrators demanded more food as the country suffers a severe shortage of essential goods. Protesters told the Associated Press that they were waiting in a line to buy food at cheap prices, when some government supporters cut through.

Venezuela is running out of everything: Bread, sugar, toilet paper...
Venezuela is running out of just about everything. Food, medicine, electricity, toilet paper, condoms -- you name it. And over the weekend at least two large international airlines -- Lufthansa and LATAM – said they will suspend service to Venezuela in the coming months due to the economic crisis. The widespread scarcities and fleeing businesses reflect a country in crisis.
http://money.cnn.com/2016/05/31/news/economy/venezuela-shortage/

'We can't go on like this': Shortages, economic crisis make Venezuela a nation of lines
Venezuela’s financial crisis has transformed this sprawling capital into a city of lines, where multitudes face the regular indignity of queuing up for basics — from pasta to toilet paper, rice to bank notes. The lengthy, dehumanizing lines — a fact of life throughout the country — represent the most dramatic illustration of the human toll of Venezuela’s unforgiving economic breakdown. Each morning before dawn, legions of the city’s humblest inhabitants venture forth to brave the lines, unsure if their quest will even yield what they need.

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