Post from XBarbarian
Friday – August 12, 2011 – From KME – We've all heard the phrases "It will come as a thief in the night" and "There will be mass confusion near the end."
Let's tear these down.
"Thief in the Night"
What motivates a thief to burglary at night time? The tranquility and silence during night hours. Does this mean the RV will come at night? No. What else happens at night? You sleep. In other words, people aren't out and about, moving around and being active.
So if you break this down, it tells you one thing...
Things will calm down, be quiet, and almost no sound will be made. There will probably be a shortage of "Intel" and there won't be much action going on, hype being created, or "ping" being noticed at the time of the RV.
"Mass confusion near the end"
The key words I look at in that statement are "near the end."
Most notably, "NEAR." We have seen a TON of confusion in recent weeks.
All the LOP articles are getting redundant. When you mash these statements together, you get something to look for. What better way to confuse people than with silence? If someone asks you a question and you simply stare back expressionless, is the questioner not confused?
What we need to look for is simply NOTHING. I believe that when all Intel, articles concerning dinar, political BS and arguments, and any other indicators cease to release, we will be within a short period of time from the end product.
You've also heard the dreaded expression "when you least expect it."
If there has been a dry spell and nothing is being released, it will hit without a hint.
Have you ever heard "no news is good news?" Exactly!! When nothing is being released, no one knows when and where to look. That's when it will hit.
There you have it. My opinion is to look for NOTHING.
If you have faith the size of a mustard seed-Nothing shall be impossible onto you.
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