1.) We’re Running Out of Oil
is but one resource which is perhaps the most important element of
modern civilization- oil. All thanks to oil, everything from plastic to
robotics have been produced. Without oil, civilization in it’s entirety
would collapse- we’d be set back hundreds of years. The only problem-
we’re actually running out of oil!
There are many reasons as to why the establishment takes us to war- but one major reason is the procuring of oil. Iraq was all about oil.
The U.S. is still entrenched in the middle east so that it’s access to
oil and hence it’s economic future is secure… or so it thinks.
2.) The Global Economy is Done For
and ineptitude are the primary reasons for recent set backs in the
global economy. With stocks in decline world-wide and with gold prices
surging, there is no doubt that a global great depression is soon heading our way.
In the great depression of last century, millions starved to death-
and this was during a time when eighty percent of America was farmland.
Today, the tables have turned- eighty percent of America is now urban. Internationally, imagine how many more billions will die when the new depression hits us!
3.) Intelligence is in Decline
The world’s population is set to reach nine billion
by 2050. My theory is that intelligence is a force which operates on a
wave. The greater the population, the more stretched out and hence the
more weakened the “intelligence-wave” becomes.
In the United States, it’s no secret how really stupid everyone has become. We are behind the rest of the world in terms of education-
pumping out one college grad after the next- each of them party-going,
beer drinking buffoons who more than likely cheated their entire way
through college- or just played the “memorization game” and didn’t
really learn anything at all.
A world run by the aforementioned idiot-assholes is certainly one that I wouldn’t want my children to be a part of!
4.) Mother Nature Has Become Increasingly Violent
There is an epidemic of mega-disasters occurring world-wide in greater than normal frequency.
In 2004, a giant earthquake triggered a massive tsunami which crashed
into the shores of India, killing hundreds of thousands of people. In
2010, Chile and Haiti were as well devastated by unusually strong
The above represents just a few examples of extreme
mega-disasters occurring in higher frequency these days. Let us not
forget Hurricane Katrina, the 2011 tornado wave which tore apart the
mid-west, and the potential eruption of a super-volcano beneath
Yellowstone National Park which would be a true “earth-killing” event.
5.) Nuclear War is Inevitable
A nuclear war would end all life as we know it. Albert Einstein is quoted as having said, “I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.”
leaders suffer from a gross form of senility, triggered by their
extreme lust for power, which may in fact lead to them pushing a button
that would launch us straight into World War III.
to note that it took a second world war to get us out of the great
depression of last century. Considering the lack of concern for human
life on part of our leaders, I wouldn’t be surprised if the advice given
by men like Paul Krugman- who actually suggests starting a new world war in order to avert a depression- is taken seriously.