WEALTHY MEN ARE FLEEING MAJOR CITIES, AS TRUMPH WARNS OF MASSIVE RECESSION

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It certainly looks like the elite know something the rest of us don’t, as many are fleeing cities and even entire countries.

Some are preparing emergency bunkers and panic rooms – all at a time when Republican front-runner Donald Trump and some economists are predicting an imminent recession.

Thousands of millionaires have fled the troubled city of Chicago, reportedly motivated by “rising racial tensions” and “crime.”

But more than twice as many wealthy people fled the city of Paris, France, which was recently hit by terrorism and suffers from similar racial tensions.

While the wealthy fleeing Chicago mostly moved within the United States, many of those rich people escaping Paris are leaving France altogether. About 10,000 millionaires fled the country, with the exodus blamed on rising religious tensions between Muslims and the native French in urban areas.

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Many of those who fled were Jewish and have reportedly gone to Israel, where they feel safer.

According to a recent report from New World Wealth, the flight of millionaires from a certain area is viewed as a “bad sign” because “millionaires are often the first people to leave [with] the means to leave unlike middle class citizens.”

Many of those who are staying put also seem to be taking precautions. The shelter company Vivos is constructing massive bunkers designed to protect the wealthy in case of disaster.

The company’s complex in Germany, Europa One, boasts pools, movie theaters, bars, and other luxuries behind gates and blast doors guarded by armed security forces. The company’s website is quoted as saying millions believe a “global life-changing event is just ahead” and many think “we are living in the ‘end times.”

The Daily Mail reports this is part of a trend of more wealthy people not just seeking space in underground bunkers, but installing ‘safe rooms’ in apartments. Such preparations are driven more by fear of social instability than imminent natural disasters.

And social instability may well be on the way, according to the Republican frontrunner.

Donald Trump generated headlines when he recently prophesied the country is headed for a “very massive recession” and actually urged people not to invest in the stock market. Most economists disagree with Trump’s assessment.

However, others have supported Trump’s prediction. Analyst Albert Edwards of the French bank Societe Generale said new data show the American economy is in a “gut wrenching slump.”

The loss of security caused by natural disasters, social instability or economic collapse is dangerous regardless of the root cause.

It’s a truth Carl Gallups knows well as a former law enforcement official and a pastor with decades of experience assisting people in his community after a disaster. He compiled the lessons he’s learned in his new book “Be Thou Prepared,” which aims to inform Christians how to survive persecution, chaos and disaster. He argues Christians should heed the warnings of those powerful people who seem to believe something big is coming.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/04/danger-is-rapidly-building-wealthy-flee-cities/#ZThmkCJpszrUHr5m.99

O that God’s people had a sense of the impending destruction of thousands of cities, now almost given to idolatry.—Evangelism, 29 (1903).{LDE 111.4}

The time is near when large cities will be swept away, and all should be warned of these coming judgments.—Evangelism, 29 (1910).{LDE 111.5}

Light has been given me that the cities will be filled with confusion, violence, and crime, and that these things will increase till the end of this earth’s history.—Testimonies for the Church 7:84 (1902).{LDE 110.3}

The world over, cities are becoming hotbeds of vice. On every hand are the sights and sounds of evil. Everywhere are enticements to sensuality and dissipation.—The Ministry of Healing, 363 (1905).{LDE 110.4}


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