What is happening in Greece will come to our shores eventually.
I was mocked 7 years ago for predicting this. Now what? Will anyone listen to the rest of the warning?
Next is Spain or Italy. The EU will crumble in time.
What the people voted for is their own destruction. Destruction would have haosome either way but the people don't see that yet. Debt comes home eventually.
Watch the banks do a "bail in" and take the money directly out of people's accounts. Watch for banks to collapse and the arrogance of the government to grow.
Again what happens there, will happen here eventually. Why are banks limiting your withdrawals even now? It is smart for every American to think way ahead and have cash on hand. I do not believe this is going to happen soon but it will happen and the system will learn from this. Will the American people?
Watch and learn. What are the first shortages? What is selling on the black market? What do people do?
America and the entire west needs to learn this lesson now!
Russia has a new ally in the making.
Hearts have grown cold to their responsibility. They voted for all of the benefits in the past that ran up the debt. But they were told they deserved those things and now they perceive Germany as the harsh task master. Just as we will view China.
We are different how? The West has been taught a lie.
Extremism will grow. Foreigners will be killed. People will regret this. Islamists will cheer. Remember, chaos is their goal.
This is how republics die.
The EU was a bad plan in the first place. It was a lie and the people did not want their sovereignty nor identity lost.
No one does. Maybe those who believe in one world order will see the disaster ahead.
We must come together. People who worship the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and even those who just believe the ten commandment are a perfect safety tip, come and march with us in the footsteps of Martin Luther King.
Let's not only declare our rights let's live our responsibilities. Let's begin with the responsibility we have to first love one another.
Featured image: ATHENS, GREECE - JULY 06: In this photo illustration a 20 Euro note sits on the steps of the Greek Parliament on July 6, 2015 in Athens, Greece. Politicians in Europe and Greece are planning emergency talks after Greek voters rejected EU proposals to pay back it's creditors creating an uncertain future for Greece. (Photo illustration by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)