The New Economic Disorder: Strategies for Weathering Any Crisis While Keeping Your Finances Intact

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America is in the midst of a serious financial crisis: unemployment is up, homes are going into foreclosure, and every day it costs more and more just to get by. Economist Larry Bates understands the serious problems we face and in The New Economic Disorder he reveals the five powerful, dangerous, and unstoppable forces that are causing it. But with clarity and confidence, he turns to the Bible to help us to understand that there is a permanent, lasting solution to all our chronic economic ills. The New ...
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Overview


America is in the midst of a serious financial crisis: unemployment is up, homes are going into foreclosure, and every day it costs more and more just to get by. Economist Larry Bates understands the serious problems we face and in The New Economic Disorder he reveals the five powerful, dangerous, and unstoppable forces that are causing it. But with clarity and confidence, he turns to the Bible to help us to understand that there is a permanent, lasting solution to all our chronic economic ills. The New Economic Disorder provides an easy-to-understand analysis of our economy and your place in it, addressing such topics as: 

. The coming new world order and what it has to do with your finances. 
. Your financial privacy (hint, you don’t have any…) 
. How government manipulation has given us an illusion of prosperity 
. The debt bubble and what that means for your investments

Financial expert Larry Bates warns that America's current economic system may be on the road to collapse, along with your personal finances. He teaches how to avert imminent financial ruin--where to save money, how to invest, and more. Bates is the host of a weekly show on the USA Radio Network.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781599794709
  • Publisher: Charisma Media
  • Publication date: 7/14/2008
  • Edition description: Revised
  • Pages: 240
  • Sales rank: 798,431
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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 Dr. Larry Bates, an economist and publisher and editor of Monetary and Economic Review, is a former member of the Tennessee House of Representatives and chairman of its Committee on Banking and Commerce. Dr. Bates is a former bank CEO and has taught money and banking for the Bank Administration Institute and the state college system in Tennessee. He is an internationally recognized speaker on political systems and the Federal Reserve and how they affect the economy and your finances. Bates is also the CEO of the Information Radio Network and IRN USA Radio News.
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Table of Contents


Introduction 9
1 Understanding the Times 25
2 God's Promises 33
3 Battle Plan of Containment 45
4 New World Order 55
5 Implementation of the New World Order 71
6 Age of Disinformation 79
7 Mysteries of Commercial Babylon 95
8 Partners in Crime 109
9 The Heart of Power 119
10 Storm Clouds of Disorder 141
11 Financial Privacy and the Cashless Society 167
12 Wealth Transfer and Asset Allocation 177
13 Government and the Economy 195
14 The Coming Financial Wipeout 203
15 One Big Mess 211
16 What Do I Do Now? 219
17 The Joseph Generation 225 Notes 227
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  • Posted December 3, 2012

    Through his books and seminars, Larry Bates tricks people into s

    Through his books and seminars, Larry Bates tricks people into sending him money to buy gold, and then he will not send people the gold they have purchased...don't fall into his trap!!!!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2012

    Eye opening

    Larry bates gives an enligtening education of the real state of this economy. Biblical references are dead on as he relates them to the economic mess this country is in

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2010

    Great book!!

    Everyone must read this book, open your eyes and see!!

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  • Posted May 2, 2009

    "the new economic disorder

    one of the most timely, compelling books i have read...this is like reading the newspaper...yet, it provides insight about how the economy got in the shape it is ...filled with details that sometimes required me to read it a second time , it is a necessary book to add to your library.

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  • Posted February 11, 2009

    The government is NOT the source of wealth

    Larry Bates writes from the experience of a professional in the banking industry, an elected official and economic advisor. He simplifies what the Democrats seek to make complex - the economy. The government doesn't produce wealth, it can only take our money (taxes), print money (inflationary danger) or borrow month (nations no longer see the US as a secure investment. Government programs - such as our bail out and so called stimulus package - will only create a greater debt burden for our future generations - one that is become increasingly difficult to for them to pay for.

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