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Unspeakable - Chemtrails And Economic Collapse (Best of The Heavy Stuff Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

H. R. Phillips
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Some things in our society seem to be beyond the reach of conversation within the mainstream media and often within normal society. Indeed, the old adage of not speaking `politics and religion' in common settings has been extended to a couple of new `unspeakable' categories that are right before our very eyes - Chemtrails in the skies and the Economic Collapse on the ground. Indeed, the mainstream media totally ignores the lines in the skies, and mindlessly repeats the government contention that the `great recession' was short lived and ended years ago.

This book, book two in this `best of’ series, uses three posts from the Phillips blog called The Heavy Stuff done in September and October of 2008 at the very peak of the financial crisis. Considering that little has been `fixed’ within the system itself – many people STILL fear that another round of economic brinkmanship is likely. The real concern, of course, is that the next time - the very system of marketing and cash could begin to breakdown for society – resulting in untold horrors.

It seems that each time the crisis is inevitable, another Band-Aid is applied to the gushing hole-filled dike, and the can gets kicked a little further down the road to an even larger economic collapse. You know, to a place a bit beyond what they already have a term for - `fiscal cliff’. Or, is the `cliff’ going to be more like a quicksand?

A quicksand that perhaps will not have an escape, - even with non stop money printing presses this next time around.

Relive the excitement once again with these posts, now this VALUE book, written when the system seemed to be ready for implosion. Much can be learned from an overview of how close collapse was and how much the government was willing to say as it happened.

And, speaking of limited government information during a crisis, this book also contains three BONUS posts about yet another anomaly in our world today - the Chemtrails in our collective skies. What exactly is going on? Phillips breaks the silence with these strong essays - which suggest possible answers not mentioned by the mainstream media.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 147 KB
  • Print Length: 18 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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2.0 out of 5 stars Unspeakable - Chemtrails and Economic Collapse 18 Dec. 2012
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Disappointing - too short to be considered a book, and also rather disjointed. Much more info out there on the internet for free.
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