A few days ago Project Camelot contacted George Green to get his thoughts about the current economic crisis. I took notes. [You can download the 42-minute talk here.]
-George expects we’ll see the DOW at 8500 shortly.
-China’s military has said if the dollar collapses they will consider it an act of war.
-He says WW III is ready to go and is a key part of the Hidden Powers goal to achieve massive population reduction across the planet.
-WW III will start within six months (possibly October) and last 4 years 3 months.
-Their goal is to reduce US population from 300 million to 20 million (90+% reduction)
-There will be a large west coast earthquake BEFORE WW III starts.
-The earthquake will destroy a dam near Sacramento, CA. Southern California will then experience widespread water shortages.
-Expect fresh produce to go up 40% at the supermarket within 90 days.
He was asked what “the little guy” should do…
George said “stock up on food and convert your dollars into assets NOW.” For example, if you have old appliances buy new ones. He said a collapse of the nationwide distribution infrastructure will result in shortages of food and consumer goods. Dollars will become worthless. Physical goods can be bartered.
He said he had a private lunch with an unnamed Congressman on Sept 18. (George is quite wealthy and can swing these meetings.) The Congressman said “In six months you won’t recognize the American currency.”
This comment was most chilling to me.
Sounds like the Amero may be on the way soon. Of course, that won’t happen without the total destruction of the dollar; it’ll have to fall in value so far it’ll be worth more as kitty litter than legal tender.
When asked what he personally is planning to do he said he will be moving to an estate he bought in Ecuador soon. He has just finished liquidating all his real estate holdings in preparation.
read other comments from George in “October Alert, Part II“
About George: I’ve listened to all his presentations on YouTube and Project Camelot for over a year. He doesn’t seem to have a personal agenda; he seems to genuinely want to help people. He’s a multi-millionaire who “ran with the big boys” in the 70s and 80s until they turned on him over his refusal to be the campaign finance chairman for Jimmy Carter’s presidential run. He has been heavily into real estate and was responsible for building most of the Village Inn restaurants.