Free Range Human

Kevin sent in this video link, makes perfect sense, it’s actually titled Statism is Dead – Part 3, but should have been called Free Range Human. Fits right in with many of the views I’ve shared on this blog:


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3 thoughts on “Free Range Human

  • December 7, 2008 at 6:19 pm

    When I first saw the Matrix in 1999, it was probably the most amazing movie experience of my life. Now I know why.

  • December 7, 2008 at 7:21 pm

    Yup, I posted it Nov 29 :-): comment

    People are marveling at the low gas prices. I tell them, think of the tsunami. The water goes down dramatically before the wave hits.

    Over at The Automatic Earth, the game is up.

    The new unemployment numbers out of the US are in a word insane. 533.000 jobs lost in one month leads to an annualized number of 6,5 million. Of course many pundits will claim that the drop will ease, but don’t you believe a word they say. These same pundits claim that “nobody could foresee” the 533k figure. Well, itâ’s not exactly nobody. I said yesterday that millions of jobs will be lost in the first quarter of 2009 alone, which in one swoop also answers the question of the easing. Job loss numbers are going to get much worse soon.

    Perhaps December will be a bit of a lull, but after that it’s women and children first. There is nothing left in the economy that might function as a shield. There’s only the government and the central bank, and they have so far categorically refused to help the citizens of the country. There is no reason to believe that attitude will change anytime soon, and besides it wouldn’t matter anymore: it’s too late. What’s coming now is solidly in the pipeline, and as unstoppable as gravity itself. We are already caught in the throngs and tentacles of deflation and depression, and through denial of the Fed variety, weâ’ve wasted all our chances to escape.

  • December 10, 2008 at 6:42 am

    aft, good analogy of gas prices to tsunami.

    The video somewhat mirrors a lot of what David Icke writes in his many books. And of course, what a fresh way to look at the “management practices” of us.

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