14 Responses to Economic refugees fleeing Spain: Why we should worry about Spain’s economic pain

  1. James says:

    Sadly they have to take out the economy and start world war 3 and rely on an alien invasion before they can complete their goals of brining in a one world government, religion, and economy.


  2. Dennis E. says:

    And so it goes, and so it spreads…………


  3. niebo says:

    Alvin, if a meltdown of the European Union is to precede the “final” persecution (Revelation 13) that coincides with the rise of the second beast, in a worst case scenario (say, the tumbling snowball of Greece that collects Spain takes a bad bounce and, upon impact, triggers an avalanche), what do you consider to be a reasonable frame of time? We KNOW the events are in progress; the signs are everywhere, so. . .how long before “the inquisition” returns?

    Thank you for everything you do!!


    • I

      You’re quite welcome. I think it’s fairly safe to say, contingency planning is already in effect for the what-comes-next stage and it will be global theocratic-tecno-governance. The collapse of banks in Iceland, Greece and now Spain, and a host of other countries behind these means we’ve now run out of road down which to kick the can. The party’s over and rumblings of a mind-boggling economic crash is upon us. In many ways, what we’re seeing now is countries buckling under unprecedented sovereign debt. The government borrowing seems deliberate to drive the train towards the abyss of some new order. We’re left with over-bloated bureaucracies, a population boom with more people than jobs, and a urban populous who cannot even grow or provide their own food. Austerity will be the rule of the day. We’re also witnessing the rise of a generation of economic refugees fleeing Western centers of capitalism. We’re one major global natural disaster away from a Mad Max distopian scenario. The tribulation or inquistion comes after compulsory religious observance laws are enforced under the austere fist of the Draconian World Order and governmental regulation of commerce will extend even to the internet ‘that no man might buy or sale save he that had the mark of the beast or the number of his name.’ Revelation 13:17


  4. J. H. Thompson says:

    So, at the end of the day, was a United States of Europe a good idea? Autonomy creates a competitive edge to any country’s wealth generating politics, being in a big ‘club’ does not!


    • Bone Idle says:

      In a word …….No.
      A bunch of sovereign states with completely different work and social ethics.
      No backup central bank
      No plan of action in case of a sovereign default in one of the member states was ever considered.
      A bunch of unelected bureaucrats calling the shots in lieu of individual state sovereignty.


      The whole premise was a disaster waiting to enfold from the minute it was created


  5. markLouis says:

    >the resources available in the zone’s rescue fund (the European portion of which was recently boosted to a total of $925 billion [!]

    In neighborhoods where I’ve lived, many (most?) people got by on around (or less!) something like $25,000 a year. A “rescue fund” could support such an individual for 75 years [!] per person for less than 2 million dollars per person.

    Has any country ever said something like “We will no longer ‘bail out’ any corporation or organization of any kind, but only individuals, only individual citizens. We’ll give you 25K a year, you come help us build roads or maintain bridges or sweep up floors in buildings.”


    • John Kilby says:

      Top response mark, the whole world would run ok if that were to happen, BUT there is one thing to overcome, that thing is called GREED, from many sources. It will have to come down to the barter system in the end.


    • Lou says:

      I love this idea of yours – we who live in a small town (as I do, here in USA) often know what needs to be done: and many would Love to clean up streets, fill our own pot-holes, do any number of things: hampered by govt/local regulations, of course. Think of how wonderfully congreations of all stripes are tended by members. what a sense of community we could have. Regards – Lou


  6. tonic says:

    Austerity disregards humanity. Disrecard humanity at your own risk. People have a limit. Tunisia showed this, as has history.


    • Bone Idle says:

      Tunisia was a food crisis started by austerity.

      The Euro technocrats have often been compared to Marie Antoinette’s “let them eat cake” mentality


  7. Deesolution says:

    For many years now, Ireland has been run as an economy..not as a society..and it is society that is suffering now in Ireland Greece and Spain..
    Thank You for the insight..
    I happen to believe God is still in charge, that he will never leave or forsake us..even if there are tough times ahead.


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