No one is predicting 2012 to be an uplifting year, economically. All major financial analysts predict stagnation at best, while others warn of likely doom and gloom as the dollar continues to become less desirable around the world.
In 2010, China and Russia agreed to stop trading together in dollars and Japan agreed to do the same with China just last week. Moves like that coming from these major economic players only can spell doom for those who rely on the strength of the dollar.
With commodities like food and oil still trading in weakening dollars, it puts further pressure on the soaring prices of these essentials. All signs seem to indicate that the cost of living in dollar-based economies will likely rise dramatically in 2012 as well.
Additionally, just as Western populations find themselves broke and without jobs, their governments are also on the brink of bankruptcy and are reducing domestic spending, while continuing to print endless gobs of money for fraudulent banks and endless wars. The notion of reversing this trend is not promising.
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Not only the economic recession plays a role on the world stage, also the threat of a major war is very real.
The United States has recently intensified its war rhetoric against Iran to put more pressure on the country and stop its peaceful nuclear program. The threats come following the failure of US-led sanctions against Tehran.
US President Barack Obama has repeatedly threatened that all options are on the table regarding Tehran, including a military attack against nuclear facilities.
In an address in January, President Obama said that “America is determined to prevent Iran from getting a nuclear weapon, and I will take no options off the table to achieve that goal.”
Meanwhile, Washington is increasing its military equipment and forces in the Persian Gulf. The oldest American aircraft carrier USS Enterprise is set to join two other US strike groups in the Persian Gulf by March.
Several sources have indicated that the U.S. under the influence of Israel probably wants to perform a false flag attack on the USS Enterprise and put the blame on Iran will try to shift.
The USS Enterprise -perhaps one of the most well-known aircraft carriers in modern naval history- is scheduled to be decommissioned in one year. Nevertheless, it is still being deployed to the Persian Gulf, which has caused a lot of speculation about how the U.S. Government might provoke an attack (whether real or manufactured) to sink it and blame Iran to start a war.
How real is the possibility of a false flag attack on the USS Enterprise?
A navy combat veteran who served in the Persian Gulf provides his perspective…and the Possible scenarios for the false flag attack on the USS Enterprise…read full article at deadlinelive.info
All signs seem to indicate that we on the brink of war and with the stagnation of the economy …history will repeats itself.