Panarin believes the U.S. will break into five or six regions divided by racial and cultural lines spurred on by the collapse of our financial system. According to Panarin, he foresees the wealthier sections of the country to withold funds from the federal government, effectively causing states to secede from the union. It is at this point he believes social unrest will arise resulting in a civil war that will ultimately allow foreign powers to move in. Panarin goes so far as to predict how sections or states of the U.S. will be divided and under what foreign powers they will be controlled. Panarin predicts that American elites will be split into two warring factions: Globalists representing international financial interests and Statists representing manufacturing and the military with the prosperity of their country in mind.
Monday, March 16, 2009
Civil War On the Horizon?
Political Science Professor Igor Panarin predicted the breakup of the U.S. back in 1998. His predictions were aimed at the year 2010. He based his predictions on the U.S. mass immigration, economic decline, and social and political conflicts.
Panarin sees this civil war being triggered by the U.S. failing to honor its own currency. How could this happen you ask? According to Panarin, a secret agreement was made in 2006 between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to implement the 'Amero' as a new currency unit. Current U.S. money could be "frozen" by using an excuse as simple as terrorists having made false notes which need to be checked.
As recently as November 2008 The Drudge Report reported on Panarin's predictions. A month later The Wall Street Journal (followed up by U.S. News and World Report) ridiculed those predictions. Back in the news today, The Huffington Post made those predictions news again today. Ridicule aside, could there possibly be some truth to what Panarin has said?
Millions of citizens have lost their savings, prices of goods continue to increase, unemployment keeps growing with entire towns unemployed, corporations are collapsing, and governors are demanding money from the federal center. Is it likely Obama's economic recovery plan will work?
What say you?