Monday, 3 September 2012

Economic collapse

Here is a particularly worrysome interview from infowars (alexs usual gallows humor is right on key), about a subject which I have personally believed to be on the horizon since late 2010, having listened to the warnings of lindsey williams and porter stansberry. The financial and economic house of cards that has been erected over the U.S is ready to fall over, and bring to a halt the activitys of hundreds of millions.

Many people put a high emphasis on preparedness and survivalism in case this actually does happen, but I myself am unsure. Certainly, those who reside within large citys are at the greatest risk, as hundreds of thousands of people have such a high consumption footprint. If supply and demand were to stop totally in some instance, they only have stocks sufficient to last 3 days. After that point... Well, only people in relatively remote and wooded areas would have a good chance of survival. I hope against hope that it never does get quite that bad. Being able to endure a collapse is great and all, but if civilisation cannot re-constitute itself afterward, then what is the point? Our quality of lives will be no better than that of primitive hunter gatherers, and humanitys potential as a species will have been utterly butchered. Hopefully, things will get no worse than the great depression. Hopefully, the idiot sheeple will finally awake from their coma, and bear witness to the corruptness of the establishment, realising that everything (absolutely everything) they pushed was a vile, self serving lie.

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