18 Oct

Is America is a bomb waiting to explode? 

Sam Gerrans, an English activist states his case quite well.  He also says,

“The basic difference between feudalism and democracy is one of public relations.”

A point I can agree with him (and our founders) on.  He goes further in stating,

“Totalitarianism is democracy’s natural conclusion.”

Again, another conclusion that is not exclusive, but familiar, to our founders.

He goes on to state that he does see the U.S. in peril.  His reasons are as follows,

1. Destruction of farms and reliable food source

© Stephen Lam

2. Weak economic system

Fiat economies always collapse. They last on average for 37 years.   The U.S. is overdue.

3. Americans increasingly on mind-altering drugs

Antidepressants among the US population is up 400 percent in the late 2000s over the 1990s.

4. Morals in decline

© Mario Anzuoni

Nowhere to run

Today, if the supply lines go down, you are stuck in a house you can’t heat surrounded by millions of FDA-approved drug addicts who are going psycho because they have run out of juice and people who would murder their own grandmother to get a cut-price iPhone.

I would argue that the right shock event – or combination of shock events – will detonate the explosive.

I am not predicting exactly this scenario for the US or for any other country. I am saying that all the ingredients are there for complete breakdown and large-scale deaths given the right initiating incident.

I am saying that volatility is baked into the cake – even into the cake of what today looks and feels normal.

I am saying that while it may be possible to keep loading box upon box of societal Semtex into the truck, given the right detonator the collapse will be swift, unstoppable and devastating.

more here.

Public relations only can go so far…


Posted by on October 18, 2015 in Uncategorized


9 responses to “Tidbit…

  1. omanuel

    October 18, 2015 at 9:07 pm

    We are beginning to grasp the close connection between the integrity of government and government science:

    • Soffitrat

      October 19, 2015 at 1:06 pm

      “We must vote in someone who has the guts, discipline and ability to undo and lead the House and Senate in the ‘undoing’ of what Obama has unlawfully and UNConstitutionally perpetrated on the American people. No more speeches about how hard it is, who has what votes and the endless protocols.” Says it all.

      • omanuel

        October 19, 2015 at 2:25 pm

        The course of world history was changed by unreported events in Konan, Korea in Aug-Sept 1945. Those may have to be admitted before this nation can recover.

  2. Brittius

    October 19, 2015 at 2:28 am

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

  3. omanuel

    October 19, 2015 at 2:45 pm

    The empirical facts summarized in these papers (and references) must be admitted or denied before we can recover. or

    Both are published on ResearchGate, and I do not know personally if that development in science is or is not part of the 1945 plan for totalitarian control of mankind.

    But truth must be found for recovery to begin.

    • Soffitrat

      October 19, 2015 at 3:36 pm

      “Forgive those who deceived us for the past sixty-nine years for being human and move as quickly as possible to restore integrity to government science and constitutional limits on governments.” ???

      • omanuel

        October 19, 2015 at 5:26 pm

        Yes, the whole world society is dangerously unstable now. I recommend that we not put:

        1. Our emotional satisfaction of
        punishing political and religious leaders who deceived us ahead of

        2. The emotional and physical needs of people who were denied their God-given rights to enjoy life, liberty and pursuit of happiness by these crooks.

        I may be wrong, but a bloody revolution is not the solution.

        • Soffitrat

          October 19, 2015 at 5:47 pm

          While I hope you are right, I have my doubts that those is such ‘lofty’ positions will cede those positions without violence. A massive amount of violence. It takes two to tango. Hope for the best; prepare for the worst.

  4. omanuel

    October 19, 2015 at 9:11 pm


    I want to be practical, very practical, to prevent more damage to the public. Those in positions of power control the whole system, but may be forced to use their talents to sustain the system while constitutional limits are restored on their power.

    At the same time, I am curious about the motives of those who financed the slick ResearchGate blog to expose information hidden from the public after 24 Oct 1945, when nations and national academies of sciences were united into an Orwellian Ministry of Scientific Truths” ?

    I am happy to finally get the truth out, but curious about motives for this well-financed endeavor:

    “Solar energy”

    “Stalin’s science”

    “Did Sir Fred Hoyle blow the cover on Stalin’s biggest lie?” ?

    Do you have any insight?


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