Summing Up The Future

Here’s a great article that sums up the future in ways that will make you think. Feels Like I’m Dying… Read this first, it’s worth it. Now for my commentary…

What’s missing is the pain of transition to literally force society to make this ‘peasant journey’. I don’t think this should be underestimated or glossed over, which I don’t think the author did (you can’t put everything into a single article).

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Whose Bloodlust Are We Catering (and Dying) To?

Read this article, Deadly New Level of Depravity in New Reality TV Show.

This shocking, disgusting, sick. I cannot believe that they’d pull a sick stunt like this. Would you want your dad or mother or sister or brother to be exploited like this? Unbelievable. This is pure televised terrorism.

I have often wondered if we are catering to the bloodlust of the government, or to the bloodlust of the corporate elite, or to the bloodlust of the people, I think the jury is still out only on the latter.

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Listen To The Message

Cindy Sheehan has a farewell message you should read. Listen to (read) the message. She’s 100% right. I cannot imagine what it would be like to have lost a son to the senseless wasted slaughter still going on in Iraq. Try to imagine it. Try to come to grips with it. Then try to imagine how the Iraqi families feel as foreign troops continue to invade their land. Continue to torture their sons and daughters, haul their fathers off to prison camps and rape their woman.

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Weekend Reading

These are good articles to read – Gasoline Headed for $8 a gallonAwakening to the Threat of Excessive Material Consumption

I spent over an hour on the phone yesterday with a respected stockbroker who has over 30 years of experience. The long and the short of it is there are many people who are aware of the coming collapse. Hyperinflation is going to hit and hit hard. This will have a severe impact upon people’s ability to simply live. You can expect a massive depression, food lines, bankruptcies and foreclosures. For starters. Then die-off begins.

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Warning – $7 Gasoline Is On It’s Way

This is a must read – get your preps NOW!! Prices are going to be absolutely ridiculous soon.

“The bottom line is that, while $3.50/gallon gasoline was a cakewalk (just a catch-up after decades of after-inflation price decreases), $7/gallon gasoline will be nightmarish. Not because we can’t afford to pay $140 to fill our gas tank, but because we can’t afford to pay twice as much for the oil we eat, the oil we wear, the oil that drives our entire economy. And our economy is stretched so tight, and is so over-extended and over-leveraged, we have no room to manoeuver.”

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Experiencing My Own Collapse

I came across this water calculator that might be useful to someone else besides me. It’s based on water figures used for Tampa, but you can use it to quickly calculate how much water your household is using.

I was cutting a path across my useless “lawn” (trust me, I didn’t plant it) a couple of days ago, when the ground crumbled under my feet. Thinking I had found a gopher hole (I had), I dug down a little and discovered something else. This appeared to be a badger hole, a near horizontal cavern about 18″ in diameter. This alarmed me, because there haven’t even been any badgers here for many years (if ever, I really don’t know).

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America Recruiting Child Soldiers

As young as 13 years old, children in America are being lured into the armed forces. It’s a great way to make sure you’ve got a herd of willing sheep to do your bidding.

Meanwhile, perpetual war is in the making as the Bush Administration tries to double the number of combat soldiers in Iraq.

What fun we’re having as we watch our incredibly inept do-nothing Congress twiddle and fart and miserably fail in it’s duty.

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Collapse In The News

There is (always) more news, of course, as the collapse progresses right along.

Connect the following dots:

California is spending more money on prisons then on college education. The Real ID Act continues to be supported in Congress, and now Congressis proposing bio-chip implants for airport employees.

Kuwait moves against the U.S. dollar. Yearly gasoline costs are already $1,000 higher for the average family then in 2001, yet gas guzzling vehicles are still selling at record rates.

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