2013 NOVEMBER VISA BULLETIN PREDICTIONS

NOVEMBER VISA BULLETIN PREDICTIONS

David Haye does not deserve to be mentioned in the same breath as past champions such as Mike Tyson, Riddick Bowe, Lennox Lewis or Larry Holmes. The common misconception touted about by the media is that David Haye represents a new dawn for the heavyweight division. I agree, he has talent and can punch, but he is little more than an opportunist looking to capitalise in a division devoid of quality and charismatic fighters. Up until now the paying public have been gullible enough to believe the hype, what is the alternative?

Adam Booth recently expressed a damning verdict on Audley Harrison and poured scorn on his chances of A-Force defeating the Hayemaker. “He’s never boxed anyone in the top 40 and never produced in the ring. Audley’s only hope would be that he finds his bollocks and David’s chin at the same time.”

So besides the money, why is Haye fighting Harrison when there was still an opportunity to sign a deal with one of the Klitschko’s had Haye put his enormous ego to one side or taken on a more worthy challenger in Thomas Adamek? David Haye vs Audley Harrison Live Stream Online

When he gate-crashed the world scene by capturing the WBA and WBC cruiserweight titles, after knocking out Frenchman Jean-Marc Mormeck in the seventh round and subsequently unifying the division by beating the highly overrated WBO Champion Enzo Maccarinelli, Haye proclaimed he was moving up to clean up the heavyweight division and that he did not want to be protected, claiming on his own website.

“I didn’t want to pick up some KFC title and call myself a world champion, knowing deep down I wasn’t.

It’s better to take a risk and fail – finding something out about yourself along the way – than to never have taken the risk at all. This is something I’ll be looking to get across to all the boxers I work alongside at Hayemaker.”

Who has David Haye really fought that can be regarded as a good heavyweight and is the WBA belt that he won from an ex-basketball player Nicolai Valuev really any better than the KFC belt?

The writing was on the wall for Monte Barrett as he embarrassingly hit the deck before the opening bell whilst failing to emulate Chris Eubank and hurdle the top rope entering the ring. Having been knocked out on numerous occasions and not having a reputation as a big puncher, the New Yorker Barrett managed to knock Haye down before succumbing as he has so often to a KO loss.

Nicolai Valuev chased David Haye around the ring for twelve rounds, as “The Hayemaker” turned in a performance almost as memorable as Johnny Nelson’s abysmal Cruiserweight challenge against Carlos Deleon years before. The British fans and media lost all sense of reality in celebrating such a tepid performance.

John Ruiz was labelled as one of the worst heavyweight champions of all time by David Haye and having already fought an opponent in Valuev could have claimed that title outright, the Hayemaker decided to treat his British fans to another opponent who at 37 and following many hard battles simply had nothing left to offer in the ring. In all reality John Ruiz was never going to beat David Haye that night, but “The Hayemaker” although he was victorious came out of that fight more marked up than usual.

Next up, the quest to clean up the heavyweight division and live up to his own hype and take on all challengers, including the Klitschko brothers, and unify the titles. He did say take on all comers, so true to form when Audley Harrison came calling, Haye and his manager/trainer Adam Booth must have jumped for joy as they were given yet another excuse to avoid the Klitschko’s and get the British public to pay them handsomely for a far less risky fight.

Only recently, David Haye confirmed that he will retire from the sport by the end of October 2013 and based on his recent track record of inactivity it means he will only fight once or possibly twice before he quits and heads back to his tax haven in Northern Cyprus with bundles of cash. Was it another ploy to try to get the Klitschko’s around the negotiating table?

Contrary to his own opinion, that a fight against him equals the biggest and best purse that either brother could earn, there is a far bigger fight out there that exceeds anything David Haye could offer either fighter. If the two brothers fought each other and unified the World titles it would leave David Haye in the lurch with no defining fight to cement his legacy.

Other UK fighters such as Carl Froch and Ricky Hatton have talked the talk, but they have fulfilled their promises to the fans and delivered by taking on the best fighters in their division, win or lose. What has become more than apparent is that although David Haye belittles Audley Harrison for not living up to his own hype, he is fast becoming the laughing-stock on boxing forums around the World as he makes outlandish claims about what he is going to do, and how he is the saviour of boxing, but he has done little inside the ring to back up these claims. For all his faults, Audley Harrison maybe summed it up best when he claimed “The Hayemaker” was a “false prophet”

In 2001 Audley Harrison set up A-Force Promotions, this was before Golden Boy had started and it claimed independence for the boxer as he negotiated a historic deal with the BBC. Following 10 lackluster performances the BBC pulled the plug on Harrison and with it boxing on terrestrial television. Rightly or wrongly, Harrison was treated like a pariah by the media and UK boxing fraternity and with nowhere left to go Harrison headed to the States in search of fame and recognition, but yet again he was unsuccessful as he lost to Dominic Guinn. During the build up to that fight his old friend David Haye passed by with Adam Booth and the two fighters sparred together as Lennox Lewis looked on. Harrison gave his account of the now infamous sparring session stating;

“It was 2 weeks away from his fight and he was at the end of his camp. Round 1: David came out throwing combinations, 3 and 4 at a time; I was so slow, I couldn’t even keep up with him. Wave after wave of punches came my way; he wasn’t holding back. I kept my guard tight and looked for an opening but couldn’t get off. The onslaught continued for 3 rounds and I hardly landed a shot on him.

My team looked at me like what the f..k was that about? Was I embarrassed? HELL YES!”

Harrison then added

“I will say this, David has never hurt me all the many times we have boxed; I don’t think he can say the same.”

When Audley Harrison needed a friend following his loss to Irish cabbie Martin Rogan and at a time when he was struggling to cope with the death of his younger brother Vincent who died of a suspected brain haemorrhage, Harrison soon found out what “The Hayemaker” was all about. When Harrison was the media darling and hot property he had always looked out for the younger fighter. He got him ringside tickets to watch Mike Tyson fight Julius Francis, and offered him a spot on his undercard which was televised on national television, and also invited him to numerous celebrity parties including one for P. Diddy in which Haye claims he tried to chat up Jennifer Lopez.

Predictions: Ther has been alot of talk about this boxing fight that Harrsion can upset Haey but in my openion Haye is very strong and the fact that he will be playing infront of him own people in Manchester will make it even harder for Harriosn to go out there and win gainst Haye so Im going with a Realative easy win for the Champions

David Haye does not deserve to be mentioned in the same breath as past champions such as Mike Tyson, Riddick Bowe, Lennox Lewis or Larry Holmes. The common misconception touted about by the media is that David Haye represents a new dawn for the heavyweight division. I agree, he has talent and can punch, but he is little more than an opportunist looking to capitalise in a division devoid of quality and charismatic fighters. Up until now the paying public have been gullible enough to believe the hype, what is the alternative?

Adam Booth recently expressed a damning verdict on Audley Harrison and poured scorn on his chances of A-Force defeating the Hayemaker. “He’s never boxed anyone in the top 40 and never produced in the ring. Audley’s only hope would be that he finds his bollocks and David’s chin at the same time.”

So besides the money, why is Haye fighting Harrison when there was still an opportunity to sign a deal with one of the Klitschko’s had Haye put his enormous ego to one side or taken on a more worthy challenger in Thomas Adamek? David Haye vs Audley Harrison Live Stream Online

When he gate-crashed the world scene by capturing the WBA and WBC cruiserweight titles, after knocking out Frenchman Jean-Marc Mormeck in the seventh round and subsequently unifying the division by beating the highly overrated WBO Champion Enzo Maccarinelli, Haye proclaimed he was moving up to clean up the heavyweight division and that he did not want to be protected, claiming on his own website.

“I didn’t want to pick up some KFC title and call myself a world champion, knowing deep down I wasn’t.

It’s better to take a risk and fail – finding something out about yourself along the way – than to never have taken the risk at all. This is something I’ll be looking to get across to all the boxers I work alongside at Hayemaker.”

Who has David Haye really fought that can be regarded as a good heavyweight and is the WBA belt that he won from an ex-basketball player Nicolai Valuev really any better than the KFC belt?

The writing was on the wall for Monte Barrett as he embarrassingly hit the deck before the opening bell whilst failing to emulate Chris Eubank and hurdle the top rope entering the ring. Having been knocked out on numerous occasions and not having a reputation as a big puncher, the New Yorker Barrett managed to knock Haye down before succumbing as he has so often to a KO loss.

Nicolai Valuev chased David Haye around the ring for twelve rounds, as “The Hayemaker” turned in a performance almost as memorable as Johnny Nelson’s abysmal Cruiserweight challenge against Carlos Deleon years before. The British fans and media lost all sense of reality in celebrating such a tepid performance.

John Ruiz was labelled as one of the worst heavyweight champions of all time by David Haye and having already fought an opponent in Valuev could have claimed that title outright, the Hayemaker decided to treat his British fans to another opponent who at 37 and following many hard battles simply had nothing left to offer in the ring. In all reality John Ruiz was never going to beat David Haye that night, but “The Hayemaker” although he was victorious came out of that fight more marked up than usual.

Next up, the quest to clean up the heavyweight division and live up to his own hype and take on all challengers, including the Klitschko brothers, and unify the titles. He did say take on all comers, so true to form when Audley Harrison came calling, Haye and his manager/trainer Adam Booth must have jumped for joy as they were given yet another excuse to avoid the Klitschko’s and get the British public to pay them handsomely for a far less risky fight.

Only recently, David Haye confirmed that he will retire from the sport by the end of October 2013 and based on his recent track record of inactivity it means he will only fight once or possibly twice before he quits and heads back to his tax haven in Northern Cyprus with bundles of cash. Was it another ploy to try to get the Klitschko’s around the negotiating table?

Contrary to his own opinion, that a fight against him equals the biggest and best purse that either brother could earn, there is a far bigger fight out there that exceeds anything David Haye could offer either fighter. If the two brothers fought each other and unified the World titles it would leave David Haye in the lurch with no defining fight to cement his legacy.

Other UK fighters such as Carl Froch and Ricky Hatton have talked the talk, but they have fulfilled their promises to the fans and delivered by taking on the best fighters in their division, win or lose. What has become more than apparent is that although David Haye belittles Audley Harrison for not living up to his own hype, he is fast becoming the laughing-stock on boxing forums around the World as he makes outlandish claims about what he is going to do, and how he is the saviour of boxing, but he has done little inside the ring to back up these claims. For all his faults, Audley Harrison maybe summed it up best when he claimed “The Hayemaker” was a “false prophet”

In 2001 Audley Harrison set up A-Force Promotions, this was before Golden Boy had started and it claimed independence for the boxer as he negotiated a historic deal with the BBC. Following 10 lackluster performances the BBC pulled the plug on Harrison and with it boxing on terrestrial television. Rightly or wrongly, Harrison was treated like a pariah by the media and UK boxing fraternity and with nowhere left to go Harrison headed to the States in search of fame and recognition, but yet again he was unsuccessful as he lost to Dominic Guinn. During the build up to that fight his old friend David Haye passed by with Adam Booth and the two fighters sparred together as Lennox Lewis looked on. Harrison gave his account of the now infamous sparring session stating;

“It was 2 weeks away from his fight and he was at the end of his camp. Round 1: David came out throwing combinations, 3 and 4 at a time; I was so slow, I couldn’t even keep up with him. Wave after wave of punches came my way; he wasn’t holding back. I kept my guard tight and looked for an opening but couldn’t get off. The onslaught continued for 3 rounds and I hardly landed a shot on him.

My team looked at me like what the f..k was that about? Was I embarrassed? HELL YES!”

Harrison then added

“I will say this, David has never hurt me all the many times we have boxed; I don’t think he can say the same.”

When Audley Harrison needed a friend following his loss to Irish cabbie Martin Rogan and at a time when he was struggling to cope with the death of his younger brother Vincent who died of a suspected brain haemorrhage, Harrison soon found out what “The Hayemaker” was all about. When Harrison was the media darling and hot property he had always looked out for the younger fighter. He got him ringside tickets to watch Mike Tyson fight Julius Francis, and offered him a spot on his undercard which was televised on national television, and also invited him to numerous celebrity parties including one for P. Diddy in which Haye claims he tried to chat up Jennifer Lopez.

Predictions: Ther has been alot of talk about this boxing fight that Harrsion can upset Haey but in my openion Haye is very strong and the fact that he will be playing infront of him own people in Manchester will make it even harder for Harriosn to go out there and win gainst Haye so Im going with a Realative easy win for the Champions

Debt Consolidation

2011 Predictions

2011 predictions are being sought out today. Find out what Nostradamus and the Mayans had to say about the fateful coming year and 2013 predictions in general. The 2013 predictions being hurled about these days concerning the economy going forward are not pretty at all. By the time the “meltdown” completes in 2013 the history books will say:The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit its all-time high during the afternoon of Oct. 11, 2007 at 14,279 before dropping to 5,711. With 2013 just less than two weeks away, there’s still no bottom in sight. Look out below!

2011 predictions concerning politics are pretty wild and crazy as well. The upcoming presidential elections of 2013 will mark the 32nd consecutive year either a Bush or Clinton has been on the ticket. Most Americans still don’t understand that the last time they had a choice was Nixon vs Kennedy – way, way back wehn. Since then, the elite have chosen whom you choose. It’s as simple as that.

2011 predictions concerning science – fasten your seat belts. Earth has recently experienced the worst solar flares in recorded history, temporarily knocking out the nationwide communication grid. Looking ahead into next year, Nostradamus wrote of a possible massive solar flare causing communication disruptions. This might occur on November 11, 2013 (11/11/11).

Again, this a prediction that is centuries old. It did not come from the Weather Channel. Effects of this massive solar flare could include the loss of a communications satellite, causing millions to panic as they suddenly find themselves without access to Facebook.

Economic upheaval may well continue into 2013, according to 2013 predictions. Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Morgan Stanley, Bear Stearns, and other major financial institutions were crippled by economic implosion. Now they are owned by Arab, Asian and Russian interests. (And we thought we won the Cold War!)

America & China Will face more natural disasters like tornadoes, hurricanes, typhoons, torrential rains, snow storms, floods, earthquakes, dogs and cats living together – mass hysteria, in other words. People of America will loose faith in Obama and elect Sarah Palin as the new commander in chief.

David Haye does not deserve to be mentioned in the same breath as past champions such as Mike Tyson, Riddick Bowe, Lennox Lewis or Larry Holmes. The common misconception touted about by the media is that David Haye represents a new dawn for the heavyweight division. I agree, he has talent and can punch, but he is little more than an opportunist looking to capitalise in a division devoid of quality and charismatic fighters. Up until now the paying public have been gullible enough to believe the hype, what is the alternative?

Adam Booth recently expressed a damning verdict on Audley Harrison and poured scorn on his chances of A-Force defeating the Hayemaker. “He’s never boxed anyone in the top 40 and never produced in the ring. Audley’s only hope would be that he finds his bollocks and David’s chin at the same time.”

So besides the money, why is Haye fighting Harrison when there was still an opportunity to sign a deal with one of the Klitschko’s had Haye put his enormous ego to one side or taken on a more worthy challenger in Thomas Adamek? David Haye vs Audley Harrison Live Stream Online

When he gate-crashed the world scene by capturing the WBA and WBC cruiserweight titles, after knocking out Frenchman Jean-Marc Mormeck in the seventh round and subsequently unifying the division by beating the highly overrated WBO Champion Enzo Maccarinelli, Haye proclaimed he was moving up to clean up the heavyweight division and that he did not want to be protected, claiming on his own website.

“I didn’t want to pick up some KFC title and call myself a world champion, knowing deep down I wasn’t.

It’s better to take a risk and fail – finding something out about yourself along the way – than to never have taken the risk at all. This is something I’ll be looking to get across to all the boxers I work alongside at Hayemaker.”

Who has David Haye really fought that can be regarded as a good heavyweight and is the WBA belt that he won from an ex-basketball player Nicolai Valuev really any better than the KFC belt?

The writing was on the wall for Monte Barrett as he embarrassingly hit the deck before the opening bell whilst failing to emulate Chris Eubank and hurdle the top rope entering the ring. Having been knocked out on numerous occasions and not having a reputation as a big puncher, the New Yorker Barrett managed to knock Haye down before succumbing as he has so often to a KO loss.

Nicolai Valuev chased David Haye around the ring for twelve rounds, as “The Hayemaker” turned in a performance almost as memorable as Johnny Nelson’s abysmal Cruiserweight challenge against Carlos Deleon years before. The British fans and media lost all sense of reality in celebrating such a tepid performance.

John Ruiz was labelled as one of the worst heavyweight champions of all time by David Haye and having already fought an opponent in Valuev could have claimed that title outright, the Hayemaker decided to treat his British fans to another opponent who at 37 and following many hard battles simply had nothing left to offer in the ring. In all reality John Ruiz was never going to beat David Haye that night, but “The Hayemaker” although he was victorious came out of that fight more marked up than usual.

Next up, the quest to clean up the heavyweight division and live up to his own hype and take on all challengers, including the Klitschko brothers, and unify the titles. He did say take on all comers, so true to form when Audley Harrison came calling, Haye and his manager/trainer Adam Booth must have jumped for joy as they were given yet another excuse to avoid the Klitschko’s and get the British public to pay them handsomely for a far less risky fight.

Only recently, David Haye confirmed that he will retire from the sport by the end of October 2013 and based on his recent track record of inactivity it means he will only fight once or possibly twice before he quits and heads back to his tax haven in Northern Cyprus with bundles of cash. Was it another ploy to try to get the Klitschko’s around the negotiating table?

Contrary to his own opinion, that a fight against him equals the biggest and best purse that either brother could earn, there is a far bigger fight out there that exceeds anything David Haye could offer either fighter. If the two brothers fought each other and unified the World titles it would leave David Haye in the lurch with no defining fight to cement his legacy.

Other UK fighters such as Carl Froch and Ricky Hatton have talked the talk, but they have fulfilled their promises to the fans and delivered by taking on the best fighters in their division, win or lose. What has become more than apparent is that although David Haye belittles Audley Harrison for not living up to his own hype, he is fast becoming the laughing-stock on boxing forums around the World as he makes outlandish claims about what he is going to do, and how he is the saviour of boxing, but he has done little inside the ring to back up these claims. For all his faults, Audley Harrison maybe summed it up best when he claimed “The Hayemaker” was a “false prophet”

In 2001 Audley Harrison set up A-Force Promotions, this was before Golden Boy had started and it claimed independence for the boxer as he negotiated a historic deal with the BBC. Following 10 lackluster performances the BBC pulled the plug on Harrison and with it boxing on terrestrial television. Rightly or wrongly, Harrison was treated like a pariah by the media and UK boxing fraternity and with nowhere left to go Harrison headed to the States in search of fame and recognition, but yet again he was unsuccessful as he lost to Dominic Guinn. During the build up to that fight his old friend David Haye passed by with Adam Booth and the two fighters sparred together as Lennox Lewis looked on. Harrison gave his account of the now infamous sparring session stating;

“It was 2 weeks away from his fight and he was at the end of his camp. Round 1: David came out throwing combinations, 3 and 4 at a time; I was so slow, I couldn’t even keep up with him. Wave after wave of punches came my way; he wasn’t holding back. I kept my guard tight and looked for an opening but couldn’t get off. The onslaught continued for 3 rounds and I hardly landed a shot on him.

My team looked at me like what the f..k was that about? Was I embarrassed? HELL YES!”

Harrison then added

“I will say this, David has never hurt me all the many times we have boxed; I don’t think he can say the same.”

When Audley Harrison needed a friend following his loss to Irish cabbie Martin Rogan and at a time when he was struggling to cope with the death of his younger brother Vincent who died of a suspected brain haemorrhage, Harrison soon found out what “The Hayemaker” was all about. When Harrison was the media darling and hot property he had always looked out for the younger fighter. He got him ringside tickets to watch Mike Tyson fight Julius Francis, and offered him a spot on his undercard which was televised on national television, and also invited him to numerous celebrity parties including one for P. Diddy in which Haye claims he tried to chat up Jennifer Lopez.

Predictions: Ther has been alot of talk about this boxing fight that Harrsion can upset Haey but in my openion Haye is very strong and the fact that he will be playing infront of him own people in Manchester will make it even harder for Harriosn to go out there and win gainst Haye so Im going with a Realative easy win for the Champions

Debt Consolidation

2011 Predictions

2011 predictions are being sought out today. Find out what Nostradamus and the Mayans had to say about the fateful coming year and 2013 predictions in general. The 2013 predictions being hurled about these days concerning the economy going forward are not pretty at all. By the time the “meltdown” completes in 2013 the history books will say:The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit its all-time high during the afternoon of Oct. 11, 2007 at 14,279 before dropping to 5,711. With 2013 just less than two weeks away, there’s still no bottom in sight. Look out below!

2011 predictions concerning politics are pretty wild and crazy as well. The upcoming presidential elections of 2013 will mark the 32nd consecutive year either a Bush or Clinton has been on the ticket. Most Americans still don’t understand that the last time they had a choice was Nixon vs Kennedy – way, way back wehn. Since then, the elite have chosen whom you choose. It’s as simple as that.

2011 predictions concerning science – fasten your seat belts. Earth has recently experienced the worst solar flares in recorded history, temporarily knocking out the nationwide communication grid. Looking ahead into next year, Nostradamus wrote of a possible massive solar flare causing communication disruptions. This might occur on November 11, 2013 (11/11/11).

Again, this a prediction that is centuries old. It did not come from the Weather Channel. Effects of this massive solar flare could include the loss of a communications satellite, causing millions to panic as they suddenly find themselves without access to Facebook.

Economic upheaval may well continue into 2013, according to 2013 predictions. Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Morgan Stanley, Bear Stearns, and other major financial institutions were crippled by economic implosion. Now they are owned by Arab, Asian and Russian interests. (And we thought we won the Cold War!)

America & China Will face more natural disasters like tornadoes, hurricanes, typhoons, torrential rains, snow storms, floods, earthquakes, dogs and cats living together – mass hysteria, in other words. People of America will loose faith in Obama and elect Sarah Palin as the new commander in chief.

On December 31st 2008, when gold was trading at USD$ 850.00 I predicted it would go to over USD$ 1400.00. At the end of 2013, gold is now trading at USD$ 1420.00.

 

At the end of 2008, when silver was trading at just USD$ 11.00, I predicted it would go over USD$ 30.00. At the end of 2013, silver is now trading at USD$ 30.89.

 

Had you invested in gold you would have made a profit of 65% and with silver you would have made a profit of 153%.

 

Let me give you my predictions for gold and silver for 2013:

 

Gold will go to $ 1800 and above and silver will go to at least $ 45.00. If you have not yet invested in gold and silver, it is still not too late. Precious metals are yet to become mainstream and therefore have a long way to go. We are at the beginning of a long-term bull market and there could be shortages of the physical metals in the future. 

 

I predicted that real estate would fall dramatically in the US and it is continuing to fall. I predict that over the next two years, property prices will drop overall another 20% the US and that the Chinese and Australian property bubbles will burst.  There will be small pockets of land and real estate that will hold their value even during the economic crisis that still lies ahead, but they are few and far between. In the main, if you are thinking of buying property, think again. You may want to rent for a while to keep your options open. Don’t get into something that looks like a “real bargain” only to find six months later that its price has dropped by another 20%.

 

Stock markets will be more volatile than ever. Between now and 2013, the Dow Jones could still fall to 90% off its all time high. If you are thinking of trading on the markets during 2013, make sure can afford to lose the money you are investing as there will be wild fluctuations in prices and people will become even more speculative than before and bubbles will form and burst in the twinkling of an eye.

 

The US dollar will continue to fall and we will see the start of currency wars, trade wars and cyber wars.

 

Unemployment in the US is at a 26 year high and unemployment among the young is at over 50% in Spain and Italy. This sets the scene for greater unrest and revolts against authorities and governments to come.

 

During 2013 we will see the schism between the haves and have nots widen with more austerity measures piled onto average person. We’ve already had civil unrest in Greece, Ireland and the latest in the UK with the students’ revolts and an open attack on Prince Charles and Camilla.

 

We will see more bailouts this coming year, governments taking on even more debt and more printing of colossal sums of money. We’ve already had QE 2 and I am fully expecting to see QE3 some time in the summer to fall of 2013. The same holds true for Europe where the situation is also worsening.

 

Governments worldwide will be imposing more and more taxes. Sales taxes, property taxes, income taxes etc., cash strapped states, councils and governments will be looking for ways to squeeze cash out of the everyday person. Make sure you keep your accounts and business dealings in order as I am seeing Inland Revenue departments chasing even small sums of money such as $ 50 or $ 100.

 

There will be more groups who want to expose corruption in governments, banks and big business. It has started with Wikileaks and OpenLeaks, but the power of hackers around the world remains unknown and they may be able to bring down the likes of Paypal, Visa, Mastercard and Amazon. Take your privacy seriously and do whatever you can to put in place protections for your online security and financial security.

 

We will see more government leaders voted in and out of office quickly, just as we saw in 2013 with Kevin Rudd voted out by his own party within a year of taking office.  And in the US the November mid-term elections where there was a sweeping change in the balance of power.

 

There will be more natural disasters in places we least expect them. In 2013, Christchurch experienced a 7.3 earthquake and seismologists were not aware of a fault line in that area of New Zealand. There continue to be severe aftershocks that are still affecting the people and the buildings. Changing weather patterns will bring about freak weather conditions. In Australia there is severe flooding in areas that have had droughts for the last ten years.

 

I predict that we will see flooding so excessive in some places where small towns or even whole cities will go underwater. A proliferation of water borne diseases could ensue.

 

The majority will stick it out in the cities and towns and they will face civil unrest, uprisings, austerity measures and restrictions on their personal freedom. Others will withdraw, retreat to nature or live communally with others of like mind. They will be concerned with survival issues and will live independently and self-sufficiently, growing their own food and generating their own power. If you are unable to escape from where you are living, but feel vulnerable to the changes ahead, at least stock up with some basic food and water supplies, a first aid kit, torches and make copies of all your important documents. Think of it as taking out insurance – be prepared for the worst and hope for the best.

 

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