Gary North not Y2k-Compliant : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

Gary North has failed to add anything to his web site for over a week now . How many years since that long of a posting interval?

-- Mikey2k (, February 12, 2000


Perhaps he has made enough money off you guys already.

-- Imso (, February 12, 2000.

Gary North is God compliant. Any more questions?

-- dinosaur (, February 12, 2000.

Thanks Dinosaur, IMSO is not to compassionate... he or she, doesn't seem to understand what this forum is all about... we need to just ignore the ignorant and get back to the business of looking after eachother.

Gary North is a godly man... I imagine he is taking a while to rest... I know what kind of stress and labor he must have gotten to before the roll-over dates... he deserves honor and rest and there are others to fill the gap for the time being. BRyan

-- S BRyan G III (, February 12, 2000.

S BRyan G III,

I believe that Gary North *jumped the gun* with his worst case scenarios. I myself was quite WRONG in believing the problems would be hitting us NOW.

However, God's judgments WILL come to pass sometime THIS YEAR, and we won't like them at all! There will be many hardships that will tax both the weak and the strong. The weak will die because they did not heed the warnings and take precautions. The strong will help those who desire to survive.

These judgments are on their way, sad to say...

-- dinosaur (, February 12, 2000.


Please elaborate further on what you expect to see happen and when you expect to see it.

Fuel shortages? Summer power outages? Stock market crash complicated by the oversold short hedging in the derivative market? War with Russia and China?

Sounds just like Y2K but a little delayed?

-- Bill P (, February 12, 2000.

I agree with Dinosaur, both re North and re coming judgments. Re North, I've known of him since I was in seminary 25 years ago, and I've never been able to get through more than a couple of pages of his stuff before I have to put it down because he's so contemptuous toward those with whom he disagrees. But on Y2K, he went out on a limb and put aside lucrative business opportunities to warn the world of what he sincerely believed was coming. I agree with Jim Lord, he is THE hero of Y2K.

Re judgment, I said all through 1999 that I was preparing because, if it's not Y2K, it will be something else; America, with its monetary system, hyperinflated stock market, decaying moral fabric, and increasing abandonment of rule of law in government, etc., is a house of cards poised for collapse; if Y2K isn't what pushes it over, something else will. I still see it that way; maybe it will be the oil shortage, maybe not. I don't know when or what or how. But I plan to be prepared, spiritually and practically, for God to "shake all things that can be shaken," and to come through it because my hope is in that which cannot be shaken.

-- Markus Archus (, February 12, 2000.

Dinosaur, Being an ex-military person... I could never see preparing for anything less than the worst case senerio...I always prepared for the worst and hope for the best... even when my CO would say, "Recon photos say there will be no contact in the area", I still drew munitions and weaponary from supply and I am glad I did...sometimes the worst does happen and if we are not prepared we become casualties. I myself prepared for the worst case scenerio: and I am glad... I do not have to be concerned too much if things now collapse... I am in the position to help others now. BRyan

-- S BRyan G III (, February 12, 2000.

The bubble is about to burst. In its contents lies depression and hardship for most. For those who saw it coming and prepared accordingly, they will reap the benifits of preparation. There were more than a thousand people who became millionaires during the great depression. Passengers, please fasten your seatbelts, we`re in for a very rough flight.

-- NoJo (, February 13, 2000.

Gary North is a very Godly man. And Uriah Heep was a very 'umble man.

-- (ohno@mr.bill), February 13, 2000.

not the basketball coach:: There are numerous people who have just ripped Gary apart, it is without a doubt grossly unfair. I have been in data processing/information sciences as a programmer/systems analyst/data base administrator/consultant for over 25 years. I read the blue book:design of online systems by (ed yourdon) who at that time I thought was one of the few people who knew what he was talking about. Never the less: Gary spoke out on an issue, if you were to read all articles on his site they are just that; articles that were posted with corresponding links, and documentated. He placed his comments there, why not? I don't believe the government/news media/bs that comes across the waves. I give this man immense credit. He stood his ground. My question to all of cyber space (would you)? I have seen first hand Y2K problems, worked on the problem for the past 2 1/2 years, it is/was real.

-- bobby knight (, February 13, 2000.

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