What You Can Expect In This Election

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I am always excited to be able to contribute to Personal Liberty. I received an article last week from my friend Wallace Streete and I felt that I should share it with you, because I don’t think I could have put it any better. Here is what Streete had to say:

I’m really shocked that we haven’t seen more garbage along with this election, and I can’t help but think that we’re going to see it all at once.

I remember Tim Young having covered it in the past, because he seemed to think that the Occupy people were set up to scare folks in order to get people. I’m not going to lie to you; I thought they would, too. Let me tell you why.

There are some real bad people in this world. Now, I know what you’re saying, “They’re here in America, too.” You’re right.

People who run socialist parties and organizations will do anything to create dictatorships and keep their guys in office.

We have definitely seen this in Iran, and I have witnessed it personally in Russia and South America.

Do you think people actually like Hugo Chavez? Do you think that presidents can keep extending their legal terms of office without it bothering the people in their nations?

All of this is set up. I’m not saying that’s what is going on in America, because I’m not a conspiracy guy; I’m a fact guy. But I will say that you should pay close attention to everything that’s about to go down in the next few weeks.

If ever there was a time for you to be prepared, it would be now.

What happens if Mitt Romney wins? What happens if Barack Obama wins? Are you ready for everything?

Let’s take a look at what has happened around the world. Think about the Arab Spring. What happened there? Do you think organizations randomly ended up with enough weapons and support to overthrow the governments there?

If you haven’t already, get prepared and be prepared for that first full week of November.

You’re running out of time, and you need to act now.

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but something will more than likely happen.

Have you seen pictures of the riots in Spain? Those people suddenly hate their government. Out of the blue, they got up and stormed the streets demanding that all government officials step down.

The same things happen all the time in South America. I have been through too many to count. They all revolve around elections.

Sometimes, they fizzle out. (I’m shocked that Occupy Wall Street fizzled the way it did.) Sometimes, they pick up pace like they did in the Mideast. But after each and every one, there is damage and gridlock and there could always end up being a police state.

Look at how everything is being charged up in this American election.

There’s the classic race card that is being played.

I don’t understand why you can automatically be called a racist if you didn’t support the President (other than for the purpose of making people angry and hateful toward one another). See how that is taking one small thing and turning it into something huge? Do you think that’s done for a reason? I do.

In the Mideast, issues of religion were brought up to anger masses of people. In the United States, people don’t care about religion as much, but they do care about race. See how that works?

Remember the Rodney King riots? They were race-related.

I can’t conclusively say something will happen. But from my experience, I just think a major storm is brewing, and we need to be ready for it.

Also, look at places around this Nation where gun-control laws are up and running. They have been tightened more and more over the past four years. Why? What would be the purpose of that? Crime is on the rise in major cities as more and more laws about owning guns go into effect. It just doesn’t make sense. Or does it?

Like I said, I don’t want to scare you. I just want to bring to your attention the things that could happen here.

You’ve seen the news, and you’ve probably even seen things with your own two eyes. And what you have been presented as bad is probably only the very tip of the iceberg of things that could go wrong.

So what are you going to do about it?

First, I say if you believe in it, you should go vote for the candidate you think should be President. You need to stand up in the face of all of this potential opposition and make a difference in this country. Not everyone in the world has the right to vote in elections, so take advantage of it.

Second, you need to be ready to be on the move just in case. As I have said many times before, you just never know when crisis can strike, but you can have a reasonable idea of situations when it is more likely. Election Day is one of them.

I have already voted early in my home State, and am going to be out of the country for the actual election on Tuesday. I’ll be on a beach in Morocco working out a couple of deals that I have with some international businesses I work with, so I’ll be clear of everything. But for some of you who can’t get out that far, you might want to make sure you have a plan to maybe even take a small drive to the countryside. You know — just in case.

I know that you all are ready for anything, so I’m sure your families will be safe. I just want to make sure you’ve got your head in the game.

Again, I’m no conspiracy guy; I just have a lot of life experience: a lot of government experience and a lot of “world crumbling around me in elections” experience.

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Tim Young

is the Managing Editor at Absolute Rights and has been featured on Fox News, Forbes, and The London Daily Telegraph. You can see Tim's latest work by clicking here.

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