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Occupy Wall Street Protests showcase the nation’s frustration with decaying conditions in the US
Many have warned that economic riots are coming to this nation. Protest movements are on the rise. People are fed up and they want solutions. Unfortunately, anger and frustration can express themselves in dangerous and unpredictable ways.
Massive economic riots are coming to this country.
Yes, “anarchists” have been responsible for quite a bit of the violence we have seen lately. Some protesters were getting violent too. There has also been quite a bit of police brutality. Of course, most Occupy Wall Street protesters do not want anything to do with violence and they recognize that violence is not the answer.
However, America has reached a turning point, and what we are seeing now is only just the beginning of the madness. We will soon see rioting that is going to be unprecedented.
Here is your wake-up call:
- 43 percent of all Americans believe the economy is in “very poor” shape.
- Millions of Americans have lost their jobs.
- Millions of Americans have lost their homes.
- Tens of millions of Americans have been sickened by what they have seen happen on Wall Street over the last four or five years.
- Approximately 1 out of every 7 Americans is on food stamps.
- Poverty is rapidly spreading and large numbers of families have lost everything.
To drive home the point about what is going to happen, just consider what Gerald Celente recently said:
America has become a powder keg, and it is going to be very difficult for anyone to control what is going to happen.
One recent survey found that 31 percent of those involved with the Occupy Wall Street protests “would support violence to advance their agenda”.
Sadly, while the vast majority of Americans agree that we have major problems, there is tremendous disagreement about what the solutions are. There are some good ideas floating around out there, but there are also some groups that are promoting some very, very bad ideas.
People want things to change, but they don’t feel as though they have a way of bringing that change about. This is not just happening in the United States. As the global economy has faltered, anger and frustration have been growing all over the planet.
Please make preparations for your family while you still have time.