Remember What Lindsey Williams Said In July?

October 10, 2008

On July 28th, Lindsey Williams was on the Alex Jones Show, and dropped some bomb shell predictions about what we would see happen in the next year. I’ve gone back and listened to the interview a couple of times, and I posted the major highlights below.

• Oil will go to $50 a barrel

Bloomberg, October 2, 2008

Oil May Fall to $50 in Global Recession”

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• The United States is going to see a financial collapse that will be so great it will takes years to come out of

Huffington Post, September 26, 2008

WAMU becomes the biggest bank to fail in US History


Birmingham Business Journal, September 29, 2008

Worst Point Loss In Dow History

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• Countries will being to drop our “T bills”, and that will collapse the U.S. dollar

Telegraph, August 2007

China threatens ‘nuclear option’ of dollar sales


Money Week, June 2007

Why Investors fear a China Treasury dump

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• It will spread out of the Untied States and become a global economic collapse, all to bring the North American Union in. reported on October 9, 2008

GLOBAL MARKETS-Panic sweeps US stocks, oil off on recession fear

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The $50 a barrel oil is to bankrupt the global economy, especially the middle east. They have become over leveraged and such a huge drop in price for oil will crash their economy first, they then won’t be able to buy our tbills, and it will bring our economy down too.

The only conflict I hear in the interview is that Lindsey says oil will drop because the market will be flooded with new oil from Russia and indonesia. I have yet to see that. There is a FOX NEWS article about a new oil field north of Russia, but I haven’t heard anything about Indonesia other then the Cepu oil field that begins production in 2009.

Russia Ends Conflict With Georgia

August 12, 2008

Reported by Al Jazeera, Dmitry Medvedev, Russia’s president, has ordered the military to cease its operations in Georgia and the breakaway regions of South Osetia and Abkhazia, according to the Kremlin.

But Georgia’s prime minister has said on Tuesday that Tbilisi would need to see a signed peace deal before it would acknowledge any ceasefire.

The Washington Post reports, In a televised statement in Moscow, Medvedev said that after five days of operations “the aggressor has been punished” and largely driven from the two Russian-allied separatist provinces of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

Medvedev said;

Russian forces had inflicted “very significant losses” on the Georgian military and had left it “disorganized.”

Update // 8/12/08  1:40 est

Well the AP just reported about a half hour ago the Georgia is claiming Russia has started bombing them again after Russia ordered a halt to the war on Tuesday.