Jerry Robinson ~ Interview/Hagmann & Hagmann
Jerry Robinson is an economist and wrote Bankruptcy Of Our Nation. His website is ftm.com He is frequently quoted about our economy. We are bankrupt with a national debt well over 17 trillion dollars. We are living on borrowed time. After our economic meltdown in 2008, the Fed printed a lot of money. QE1, QE2, QE3. (Quantitative Easing). This gave people a false assurance as the Fed just kicked the can down the road. We are heading for another major financial crash that will be worse than the one before because the bigger they are, the harder they fall. The deception is so thick that many people do not see the next crash coming, but it is. There is more debt so it is going to be a larger collapse. The dollar has no backing. The artificial demand has kept us from inflation. China and Europe are more aggressive in money. It is hard for a lot of Americans to realize that we are living at the end of an empire. There is a lot of denial with this. Believers know that men’s kingdoms are prone to fail. We will not be using the U.S. dollar if the Lord tarries. We are excited about the kingdom of God and we know the kingdoms of men will fail. But when they begin to fail we must not try to stop it or act as if it was not really happening. We must realize that this is all going to crash. China is growing at breakneck speed. The United States has lost the crown. Saudi Arabia holds the power with the dollar. Jerry Robinson was the only economist at the prophecy conference. Why? The Bible talks about money over 2,350 times. Money is replete and mentioned often in end times prophecy. It is money and not politics that drives world events. Money is the key. P.A.C.E. is a way to wisely diversify your assets and consists of: Precious metals, agriculture, commodities, energy– four ways to protect yourself. Diversify your income and savings. Money has a tangible value but currency does not. Gold and silver are good if you do not trust the government. This includes most people. Bankruptcy is coming. It is not if, but when.