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  • Each country has its own unique cycle. There was a very major turning point in France that nearly became a revolution. Even Charles de Gaulle secretly left France for a few hours after fearing for his life and a revolution.

    The Coming French Revolution of 2020?

    Each country has its own unique cycle. There was a very major turning point in France that nearly became a revolution. Even Charles de Gaulle secretly left France for a few hours after fearing for his life and a revolution.

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  • The other side of 2015.75 will be a lot more serious than many suspect. This concentration of confidence in government marks the peak — from here on out, this will not be a video game — this is real.

    The ECM Turning Point — Sept. 30/Oct. 1 — Guns & War?

    The other side of 2015.75 will be a lot more serious than many suspect. This concentration of confidence in government marks the peak — from here on out, this will not be a video game — this is real.

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  • This 2014 turn is far worse for it is the conjunction of both civil unrest and international war. If there were any forecast we truly pray is wrong, it would be this one. Our long-term clients expect the truth about our model. That much we are compelled to deliver regardless of what it has to say.

    Cycle of War & Obama’s New War Doctrine

    This 2014 turn is far worse for it is the conjunction of both civil unrest and international war. If there were any forecast we truly pray is wrong, it would be this one. Our long-term clients expect the truth about our model. That much we are compelled to deliver regardless of what it has to say.

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  • This is nothing new; throughout history whenever people have struggled to put food on the table for their families, social unrest has been a common consequence. The French Revolution is a classic example; after decades of unsustainable fiscal and monetary practices that wrecked the French economy, the harvest season and subsequent winter of 1788 were particularly harsh. People went hungry, and it ultimately started the revolution.

    Two no-brainer ways to play rising food prices

    This is nothing new; throughout history whenever people have struggled to put food on the table for their families, social unrest has been a common consequence. The French Revolution is a classic example; after decades of unsustainable fiscal and monetary practices that wrecked the French economy, the harvest season and subsequent winter of 1788 were particularly harsh. People went hungry, and it ultimately started the revolution.

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