Planned Population Reduction

I think it is becoming abundantly clear that massive population reductions are soon ahead. The worldwide food crisis situation is only worsening.

Only a radical change of diet can halt looming food crises

India rice export prices up again

High Rice Cost Creating Fears of Asia Unrest

I’d like some input on how everyone else sees this unfolding. I’m going to step out on a limb and categorically state that a population reduction will commence pretty soon. The preservation (and distribution) of assets will triumph over human rights to clean air, clean water and sufficient food.

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Dealing With Reality

I know I’m very biased, especially when it comes to the collapse as a topic that should have been shouted from every headline. By NOT making this publicly known, more people will be severely affected by it.

But on the other hand, too many people in “the know” will have created an uncontrollable panic. Our systems simply cannot handle a mad rush of anything, everything would simply break down.

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Order Times

On Monday this week, a customer “ordered” me to ship his freight order by Tuesday. It was 90% packed, but something was holding the order up. I did not know what it was and told him so too.

My instructions were to either ship on Tuesday, or refund his money. I refunded his money immediately, since I can’t “order” anyone to ship on any particular day, it doesn’t work that way.  The shipment was cancelled for this customer, but left in place and readdressed to myself. Since I believe having as much food on hand as possible is extremely important now, I was happy to do this.

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Influenza

Here’s a map of how severe the influenza has been in the country: CDC Influenza

Click on the “previous” link to see just how bad it was. In the week of February 23rd for example, it covers the entire nation at the highest “widespread” level. I’ve been suspecting that it was “epidemic” and it looks like I’m right.

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Priestly Garments

Early adopters to any new idea have always been ridiculed. A round earth made no sense to people that could see that it was flat. But they failed to consider the dawning and setting of the sun, explaining it away with overtly simple explanations that were dead wrong.

The airplane, automobile and many other ideas were also laughed at, “Impossible!” they’d say. Traveling over 35 miles and hour and a man couldn’t catch his breath and he would die. Flying like a bird was against God. Even translating the Bible into the common language was a mortal sin. They made sure of that too, since they’d kill you if you tried.

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Collapse Is Not Crisis

“Collapse is NOT a Crisis” – by Lonwolf

Everywhere one looks these daze and crimes, one sees “crisis” this and “crisis” that proclaimed in virtually every headline. Dire (yet overtly hedged) proclamations are classically represented as some form of pending yet only momentary set-back or temporal inconvenience.

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The Changes We Seek – What Can Be Done – Part II

[See Part I – The Changes We Seek – What Can Be Done]

Part II

The first thing we can do is stop pursuing after those things we cannot hope to change. The present momentum and inertia at work in our world today are now are so great that we cannot hope to sustain or even effect any meaningful changes anymore on any subject that is outside of our direct control.

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James Lovelock Spells It Out

We’re all doomed! 40 years from global catastrophe – and there’s NOTHING we can do about it, says climate hange expert

By SARAH SANDS

Apocalypse, now! James Lovelock says the world is about to change.

The weather forecast for this holiday weekend is wildly unsettled. We had better get used to it.According to the climate change scientist James Lovelock, this is the beginning of the end of a peaceful phase in evolution.

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The Changes We Seek – What Can Be Done – Part I

I hope this blog entry is one of the most important entries I have ever written, because it is my hope that this will break through some of the gridlock and indecisions and most importantly, the daily time wasters that consume our lives.

This blog and many others sources have revealed that huge, cataclysmic changes are coming to our world of such great significance that we should, if we are entirely honest with ourselves, seriously doubt our ability to actually deal with them.

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The Days Of The Dead

Let’s suppose a “story”. This story is about a man who lives in a normal home with a normal family. There is nothing special at all about that man, other then a simple inquisitive nature that he often follows simply because he inclined to do so.

In his neighborhood, there are many other men and women who are just like him in all respects, but only lacking in this inquisitive characteristic. Some are smarter, some are not, some are wealthier, some are poorer, but for the most part, everybody is really the same.

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Site Change

Lonewolf has mentioned several times that the TopBlogList rankings were dropping like a stone for this site. I just (finally) checked in to that and he’s right. But something is amiss, there are sites ranking in the top 20 that had almost no rankings or site visits (comparatively speaking).  This site was pretty consistent between #8 and #15 and then it just “disappeared”.  I can’t explain why, but it dropped like a stone to something like 500 or worse, I never did find the site again.
The solution was easy: I dropped their link from the blog.  Don’t know if it helped anyway having them up there.

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Open Thread

Several of you have sent in some cool links, you can post your finds here too.  Hint: leave off the http:// on your links and they’ll show up without my approval.
Lonewolf sent me this link from the Natural Hippie site, someplace I’ve never heard of — A TimeLine Of Humanity

Read through it (it won’t take long) before going any further. I want you to read the conclusions the author comes to before reading my own.

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