The new story from The Guardian is as sobering as can be; according to the latest IMF global stability report, "the next financial crisis is coming" and as ANP readers know, "it's just a matter of time now." Hearing this straight from the IMF should drive this home with new meaning...especially considering this final warning at the bottom of their story: "batten down the hatches."
When reading this we should keep in mind, this information isn't coming from 'conspiracy theorists', anonymous sources or the financial experts whose videos we often use here on ANP but from the International Monetary Fund and is more confirmation of what ANP, countless financial experts and many other alternative news websites have been warning of. We are rapidly approaching a coming storm, there is danger ahead and we best buckle in for a bumpy ride.
With news also coming out of Venezuela, as shared in this story from J.D. Heyes at Natural News, that the Venezuelan government is telling hungry Venezuelan people to 'eat fried rocks' as food shortages caused by socialist policies threaten widespread starvation, we're now seeing society coming unglued in pockets all across the planet.
All we need to do is take a look at the chart below from this Zero Hedge story called "Why This Feels Like A Depression For Most People" to see why many Americans may soon be 'eating fried rocks', too, with 14% of the US population now receiving food stamps - what happens to all of them when it all comes crashing down here? That's 46.5 million Americans depending upon govt assistance, a huge increase from prior years, just look at the huge jump since Mr. Obama became US president!!!
We've included several videos below discussing the recent announcement by the IMF that the risk of global crash has increased and to 'batten down the hatches' below. We learn from CNBC-TV18 in the 2nd video that the IMF global financial stability report that 'paints a very grim picture' and they expect 'turbulence ahead'. In the 4th video we get a 'countdown to Lima' where the world bankers will be meeting over the next several days in Lima, Peru and where these same bankers will be told: "batten down the hatches".