Ten agendas Americans can look forward to in the economy over next four years

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By: Kenneth Schortgen Jr December 5, 2012

On Dec.4, Pastor Lindsey Williams, former minister to the global oil companies during the building of the Alaskan pipeline, and future trends reporter on economic and financial issues, announced on the Just Measures Radio Pathfinder program the ten financial and economic plans scheduled for America over the next four years. Beginning with a massive increase of forced debt on the Federal government, states, and the American people, the end game is for the dollar to be phased out, and to have over 70% of the population reliant upon government benefits by 2016.

10 agendas the American people will face over the next 4 years

1. There is going to be forced debt creation

2. They will tax the middle class into oblivion

3. Debt limit suspended

4. Dollar will be phased out over the next four years

5. Formula = Fed QE3 will devalue the dollar 3-4%, new historic taxes, Obamacare tax, food price increases, work week hours decreasing

6. Middle class to feel the effects of a global ‘fistfight’ between the old elite, a renegade President, and a new elite coming out of Asia

7. By the end of the next four years, 70% will be dependent in some form of government benefit

8. By 2016, gold will be at $3000 per ounce, and will be the only thing maintaining purchasing power

9. Plan to take over churches (that are mortgaged)

10. Millions of Muslims will be brought in to the country over the next four years. – Lindsey William, Pathfinder Radio Show, Dec. 4

According to Pastor Williams and his sources, the primary purpose of implementing these programs is for the eventual phasing out of the dollar, and ensuring the population is ready for a new currency and economic system. Already, debt for most Americans is increasing as student loans reach historic highs, long term unemployment remains at Depression era levels, little or no middle income jobs are being created, and inflation has raised the cost of food by more than 30% in the past year alone. READ MORE

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