Fascism is capitalism in decay

No big deal –
Just The End of Your Way of Life?

“Fascism is capitalism in decay.” – Vladimir Lenin

Least anyone ‘think’ that $4 or $5/gal gas is just too much to take, well, think again. Time is now to get ready for $40 to $50/gal gas (and bread, salad, etc) – if you can. And that’s without yet another resource war (aka mass distraction, media circus, ‘errorism event). When (not if) Asia and Arabia pull the plug on ‘lending’ US cash to prop up our farcical ‘way of life’, well, the dollar immediately dissolves to toilet tissue in a cess pit. Not ‘worth’ the paper it’s printed on (actually, the vast  majority of ‘money’ isn’t even printed anymore thanks to a magic-money button on the Fed’s keyboard). With hyperiflation accelerating (thanks to funny money created out of thin air in a vain attempt to ‘rescue greedy corrupt bankers (aka TPTB) – what else is new), $50/gal gas is not only inevitable, it’s just the beginning. Next comes triple-digit (aka single-bullet) gas. Can you spell “T-H-E E-N-D” ?

“If you want to imagine the future, picture a boot stomping on a human face forever.” ~ George Orwell

If Obama was merely half as ‘smart’ as he claims to be, he’d abandon his effort to gain the Presidency. No one sane would want to be the last captain on a doomed cruise liner. Going down.

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7 thoughts on “Fascism is capitalism in decay

  • March 18, 2008 at 10:33 am
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    note on Obama

    “Audacity of Hope” = “Insanity of Hope”

  • March 18, 2008 at 11:12 am
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    I think that wanting the Captaincy of our ship of state would be an insane exercise for anyone without money and/or the backing of the PTB.

    Obama and Hillary are corporate stooges, lackeys at best, and the people who run the shebang know that the ship is going down and they like it that way. Obama, Hillary or McInsane will not suffer one whit except when their crocodile tears stain their $1000$ suits as they are shuttled around in limos and jets from catered function to catered function.

    Look up! See that plane flying over the devastated heartland? See it? That’s one of the people who OWN you. See them wave? No?

    Well, don’t hold your breath.

  • March 18, 2008 at 1:02 pm
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    Anyone who has made it to the “top” is a vetted candidate. Which means they will do as they are told. We all secretly know this, never expecting them to fulfill any of their promises. I hardly think election is this country are worth doing anymore to be honest. There isn’t an honest politician in existence.

  • March 18, 2008 at 3:52 pm
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    That author you cited reminded me of what the alleged time traveller from 2036 said. From your article:

    That’s one reason I don’t write a lot publicly these days. It is becoming increasingly difficult for people who live in the real world to communicate with those who don’t, and there is an increasing number of those who don’t just simply because most people believe what they are told and the lies they are being told are now monumental.

    Maybe this means we can only believe the unbelievable if we experience it. Maybe wisdom can only be acquired that way – so sad. Similarly, the time traveling guy, John Titor, said:

    A while ago I related an experience I had with my parents while we were driving down a highway. Every now and then, we would pass someone who was in obvious distress with their vehicle. I was amazed that so many people could pass them by without stopping to help. Their explanation was fear. The risk of helping someone was too great and with today’s technology, they probably had a cell phone anyway. If they didn’t, the walk to a gas station would be good for them and teach them a lesson for running out of gas.

    The other example is the plight of the homeless. When you pass them as individuals on the street I see the way people selectively choose an alternate path to avoid them.

    Those two examples best define why time travelers do not show themselves. In trying to help you, we put ourselves as great risk and there’s really no point to it. We know the nature of time dictates that traveling between “exact” worldlines is impossible. Therefore, the only results we will see will be the ones we stay to see. Since worldlines, outcomes and events are infinite, we have better things to do. When I arrive in the “new” 1998 worldline on my way home I could easily start all of this again and continue to go through the same conversations with all of the same people. However, I already know you won’t pay any attention or believe me because we’ve already been through it on this worldline. Besides, I think the walk to the gas station will do you some good.

    Of course he also said this would all lead to civil unrest, even war; a committee of 5 as U.S. presidents; and ‘your enemy is the one who imprisons you without due process’. But if the Olympics don’t happen in China (and with the Tibetan protesters gaining sympathy and possible boycott from nations) … then I’m getting ready for the rest of his stuff.

  • March 19, 2008 at 12:02 pm
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    I ‘had to’ pass along the following sentiment:

    ” … history is a listing of people doing the unthinkable, the future will be no different.”
    ~ St. Deek (from private meditations aka confessional)

  • March 19, 2008 at 6:46 pm
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    Getting back to the Olympics. This caught my attention (Money Matters):

    The collapse of the entire banking system is at hand, not receding. At hand means, based on what we know about the Great Depression, the collapse of all our banks will happen in 2011. If not earlier if the Chinese get pissed off as the G7 nations decide to boycott the games. And they are working hard on that project, by the way! To my mind, it is inevitable. First, many can’t afford to send teams, anyway. If our economic systems are in full collapse, this will be a great excuse. China is bad! But then, the Chinese will slam us to the floor by flooding world banking with trillions of useless dollars.
    The secret plan is for this to happen, anyway. The government can then introduce the Amero. Which they deny, of course. But they always lie about their intentions and plans.

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