Monthly Archives: January 2010

2010 Predictions: U.S. Homeland Security – Mexico

For more predictions, please visit U.S. Homeland Security: Mexico Mexico will be on the verge of systemic collapse due to a series of secular events that will create an economic meltdown.  This crisis will weaken the Mexican government’s ability to maintain civic order and control. This will be followed by massive illegal immigration into the U.S. by the tens

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2010 Predictions: World Economy

For more predictions, please visit World Economy: General – Predictions 2010 Due to the continuing decline in the British banking system the British GDP will fall 4.7% in 2010. (January 4, 2010) Global imbalances and sovereign debt issues (nations will be unable to pay their debts in the year ahead) will weaken the economic stability of many nations across

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2010 Predictions: Japan’s Economy

For more predictions, please visit Japan Economy: Prediction 2010 As marriage and family formation by young and early middle-aged Japanese continue to decline, the shrinking and aging Japanese population will become a major issue as sales consumption and taxable income drops. The demographic collapse facing Japanalong with a deeply troubled economy due to decades of capital mismanagement, unrestrained entitlement programs, expanding public

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2010 Predictions: U.S. Society – Middle Class, Counter-Culture Movement

U.S. Society: Middle Class; Counter Culture Movement Many of the ideals and values embodied in the mid-sixties counter culture movement will make a major a revival and begin to take hold in mainstream society by the summer of 2010. (January 4, 2010) The inequality of wealth in the United States , between the declining middle class and the wealthy (top

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2010 Predictions: U.S. Business

U.S. Business In 2010, as major companies continue to downsize and outsource their operations abroad, people will begin to move toward building different type of economy, by creating their own companies based on equal ownership that manufacture and provide services toward things that the world actually needs such as sustainable energy systems, local food production technology, ecologically friendly homes, and antipollution products. (January

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2010 Predictions: U.S. Economy – Unemployment

For more predictions, please visit U.S. Economy: Unemployment The greatly undervalued underemployment rate, counting part-time workers who want full-time jobs and laid-off workers who have given up their job hunt, will exceed 20% by 2010. (January 4, 2010) As local banks continue to fail, mounting unemployment, home foreclosures spiking, with scores of local business struggling to endure, people go into survival

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