Peter Schiff’s speech to the mortgage bankers 2006 is now available in one part. I have previously transcribed the speech in the in its “cut-up” form. So in this post, I have put together all the previous posts. The transcription includes the Q&A section at the end. There are probably plenty of errors in the transcription so please leave a comment if you find one.
Dr. Carl Johan Calleman, one of the front-most experts on the Mayan Calendar has published a new article about the Gregorian Calendar date of 2009-09-09 which hapens to coincide with a new new tzolkin round according to the Mayan Calendar. I find Carl Johan’s interpretations very refreshing, as he belongs to one of the few people not prophesying about the end of the world Hollywood style in 2012 but talks about a change in consciousness which will inevitably bring about turbulence, but which we can influence. And we can do it here and now.
A colleague of mine suggested I watch Peter Schiff’s speech to a bunch of mortgage brokers in 2006 in which he in essence predicts the complete collapse of the US mortgage and real-esate markets. It is truly incredible speech that is upsetting on so many levels. I found it so interesting that I will try to transcribing it, so that it can be accessible in written form (couldn’t find this particular speech transcribed) for translation into other languages. I do believe that EVERYONE should hear this. It is just a hint of what is to come, and we need to be prepared so that we can find alternatives when things start hitting the fan.
“Nov 2006 Peter Schiff Mortgage Bankers Speech Part 1 of 8 – on YouTube by EPAdmin”
How ironic is that, the moment after I finished my last post, I read an article on BBC that Bernard Madoff gets 150 years in jail. Follow me and explore the analogies between Madoff and 15th century Hungarian mercenary Dózsa.
Ask any person about their problems and you will hear a long list of challenges and things that are bothering them at the moment. Ask them for their life?s story and you will hear all the difficulties they had to face. But why is that? Why do we always focus on all the bad things that have happened to us? Why do we define ourselves as a collection of tragedies?