World Economic Collapse

World economic collapse - beginning

America's debt crisis threatens entire world

Another take on America's economic crisis

World Economy in Serious Trouble

British economy in tatters

Only 47% of Americans have a full-time job

Nenner: US headed for recession. It will be bad.

America's Debt Crisis and the World-Wide
Economic Collapse It Makes Inevitable

Charles Nenner: US Headed for Recession and It's 'Going to Be Bad'

Technical analyst Charles Nenner didn’t mince words when asked about the United States facing another recession. "It's going to be bad," Nenner told Newsmax TV in an exclusive interview. "It's very scary because we didn't have a lot of growth and when this economic expansion is over, we're going to be in trouble," the founder and president of the Charles Nenner Research Center said.

Posted August 22, 2013

Video explaining the looming world-wide economic collapse

This video is especially good - and, in addition, is tinged with British humor. It links the trouble in Europe, which is quite intractable, to America debt crisis.

Posted June 20, 2013

Another slightly more serious video explaining America's debt crisis

A very simple video explanation with accompanying graphics of our debt crisis. It puts into perspective just how serious it is - affecting not just America, but the entire world. It's exactly the kind of crisis Matthew 24:7-8 describe as a lead-up to The Tribulation. Bear in mind that this video was made when America's debt was 14 trillion dollars. It's now approaching 17 Trillion dollars.

Posted June 20, 2013

Other World Economies in Serious Trouble

Video explaining the looming world-wide economic collapse

This video is particularly good - and, in addition, it's down-right humorous. You'll get a good laugh out of it - while all the while realizing just how serious this crisis really is.

Posted June 20, 2013

British Economy in Tatters

Great Britain is slipping back into its third recession since 2008 - with little hope of any recovery in the near term.

Posted June 20, 2013


Of the 144 million Americans employed last month, only 116 million were working full-time. Friday's report showed that 58.7% of the civilian adult population of 245 million was working last month. Only 47% of Americans, however, had a full-time job. 

Posted July 6, 2013