11 Responses to Cyprus moves closer to financial collapse, as bailout talks falter

  1. Paula says:

    The words of William Butler Yeats’ poem, The Second Coming, spring to mind-
    Turning and turning in the widening gyre
    The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
    Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
    Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
    The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
    The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
    The best lack all conviction, while the worst
    Are full of passionate intensity.

    Surely some revelation is at hand;
    Surely the Second Coming is at hand….
    You can read the rest! Yeats foresaw the birth of the beast of the apocalypse- and surely WWl, WWll and the rest followed up until today. But we foresee the real Second Coming- hopefully in the hearts of all and from Heaven, and before the world splits more apart politically, economically, physically and spiritually.


    • Daniel Hughes says:

      Great poem.
      Bad, bad news in Cyprus. Probably the first domino in the economic crash.


    • Betsy Weggesser says:

      Paula…Oh… How True are those words of Yeats…We must pray for Peace…The Lord forever on our lips…Lord Have Mercy and forgive us our sins as we forgive those who have sinned against us !!!


      • PKK says:

        Thank you everyone. Bless the people of Cyprus and all of us. The powers that Be but really are not- seem determined to take the people’s wealth, health, attention, energy, and if possible, their very souls. What we can do is to not give them our power, to prepare, to pray and to practice the presence of the God.


    • Irene C says:

      Wonderful poem. Thank you for sharing this. You’re right. We do foresee the real Second Coming. Maranatha


  2. nanoduck says:

    So it begins. Time to batten down the sails, and ready the cannons!


  3. Coyote's Bro says:

    Thanks Paula! If money is an agreement, there’s going to be a whole lot of disagreeable people soon. I suggest invest in garden tools and seeds that will be worth more than money soon enough,


  4. crimsonthorn says:

    Just to said that the second coming have no link with the US currency collapse, in those 2000 years how much monetary model have changed ?! A lot, and now its time to change the economic model again. USA is not the center of the universe at all.

    And Jesus don’t care about money either, for Him it’s better to be poor than be rich.


  5. Dennis E. says:

    Could this happen here in America. Oh yes it can! And Oh yes it will!
    Before I am classified as a doomsayer,paranoid or whatsoever. Scriptures say that men will throw their gold and silver into the streets. A few years ago, North Koreans awaken one morning and found that not only had their currency had been devalued but replaced with a new currency and entire savings gone. Last night in a discussion with my mom regarding this situation, she made the comment that we can print our own money and I reminded her that too much of a good thing makes it eventually worthless.

    So, if you prepp and many of us do, continue to do so if i may be so bold. Suppose we could not buy food for one week or any other needed purchases. Suppose your local food store would not accept the cash that many of you have stashed because it has been devalued and a new one not issued. I was raised to save for a rainy day. I believe the world economic system as we know it is about to implode and 401k’s, stocks,mutual funds and CD’s,savings and checking accounts are going to suffer great loss of value if not complete devastation.

    To me, it just makes sense the way I see how things are developing.


  6. ace5ace says:

    Cyprus is the first domino. The globalists had to tip this first domino, to disrupt complacency. This is not accidental. It is not mismanagement nor incompetence. It is intentional. The time for being nice is long gone. Here is my highly opinionated piece, also from the 19th: currenteventsusa.wordpress.com/2013/03/19/cyprus-is-the-first-domino/


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