5 Reasons Why American Riots Will Be The Worst In The World

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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rq1LpGf5XUM]52. 5 Reasons Why American Riots Will Be The Worst In The World - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    "First stage of the awakening"

    "...when the dollar collapses..."

    I stopped there.
     
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    The entire video is based on the premise that the dollar will collapse.

    BTW- wasn't our involvement in WWII an act of "arrogance" on our part?
     
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    Because we're No. 1 !!!!!

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    I made it to 2 1/2 minutes, then I started to twitch.
     
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    THE DOLLAR can not collapse. It is the KORN of the world.
     
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    THE DOLLAR can not collapse. It is the KORN of the world.

    KORN? KORN is the net overall product of the United States as a whole. Our Natural Resources, our Agriculture Productivity our Industrial Production (twice that of China or Japan) and our massive research and development industry backs the Dollar.

    On top of that, we have Trillions of Dollars overseas in foreign banks. Just like stocks in the possession of an investor the banks are going to work from a standpoint of securing their investment.

    Note how the Japanese Yen, the most IN DEBT Currency in the world keeps going up in value. UP and UP and UP and UP. Why? Simple! It has become a stock in the world's banks. The banks that hold the Yen are in charge of the Yen's value and they are not going to sell if off in bulk and cause it to crash. That would be insane. They will continue to trade the Yen because Japan manufactures a lot of KORN.
     
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    Of course, if we ever stop producing KORN (Agricultural Production, Manufacturing, Natural resources, and Research & Development) WE WILL BE ROYALLY SCREWED.
     
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    Next thing ya know dey'll be switchin' us from the dollar to the yuan...
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    Lawmakers stay largely silent over Chinese takeover of US bank branches
    5/13/12 - U.S. lawmakers have been unusually silent about federal regulators' decision to allow a Chinese bank to take over 13 bank branches in New York and California, suggesting that they think American banks have much to gain.
     
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