Friday, April 26, 2013

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THREE PHASES CIVILIZATION COLLAPSE

DIE-OFF

Civilized World In Collapse

Whenever you innocently bring up the subject about how everyone is going to die a horrible elongated death, say at a dinner party, you get looks like you just farted.  Civilized folk don’t talk about such things.  You can talk about how President “First Kenyan” Obammy is an anal rooting scum sucking whore, but you must also quickly bring up the fact that Bush wasn’t all that popular either ( one wouldn’t want to appear racist or intolerant of mixed race marriages since after all if we can’t diversify how will we ever have a half breed Muslim in office again? )  .  You certainly may not bring up the fact that both idiots are simply puppets of the Central Banks, their big silly lips flapping incoherently at will by the bankers.  By debating Democrat or Republican, you stay safely in the system, posing no harm to the system.  Any other kind of debate is seditious and dangerous to the moneyed interests.  And in case you’ve been asleep lately after the government announced that such legal niceties as The Constitution were bothersome and irrelevant and they would, without notice, arrest any citizen they deemed fit and would hold them without trial ( it was nice of them to warn us so we would save the money and not rent a billboard with a huge picture of a family member “have you seen this missing person?  Might have wandered off after his meds wore off” ), the velvet gloves are off.

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Because you see, the once free United States Of America, when it adopts a favorite page from an Argentina dictator ( perhaps the CIA trained him too, so it was actually our idea to start with ) and starts to “disappear” people, it too is not doing anything inconsistent with civilization collapse.  It isn’t as simple as one day we are shoveling buffet bacon down our gullets and the next we are weaving weakly down the sidewalk before we collapse and die from hunger.  The first symptom of food scarcity is conflict in its wide and varied forms.  If you sat a high government official down in front of Barbara Walters and asked him why he is killing off American citizens, the last thing he would think of was that he is shrinking the pool of food consumers.  He would talk about order and control and the good of the group ( he might actually even believe it ).  The fact that more people are dying and hence the food supply lasts longer is not the issue ( it might be a side benefit, but one only realized in retrospect ).  When Obammy lets senior citizens die off after he cuts medical benefits, he isn’t thinking about saving on food, the modern equivalent of putting that feeble old Eskimo out on the ice flow.   As evil as he is ( and I know evil first hand from the ex-wife ), he is after all a puppet only and couldn’t think up these things on his own ( if he is so damn smart, why can’t we see his college transcripts?  Perhaps because he never went? ). 

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When there is a surplus, everyone gets extra care.  We can keep retards and crips alive.  We can be compassionate about 90 year olds that need a steady stream of medications to survive.  When the surplus ends and the resource supply starts to contract, we have no choice but to triage everything we used to take for granted ( not that the groups in power don’t then take advantage and kill off their least favorites ).  We are already in resource contraction.  We are almost to the point where Russia was after the communists fell.  There was no mass die-offs in the street.  No starvation.  But life expectancy dropped.  A lot.  Everything else BUT famine killed folks off, from exploding violent crime to medical care getting a lot worse.  That was a financial collapse.  We are almost there, and we can add in Peak Oil and Global Weather Extremes to the putrid mix of ingredients.  And folks, that is a civilized collapse.  I believe we are in store for much worse, a Mad Max collapse.  My point is that even best case, we are already in a civilized collapse and that is the best it is going to get.  Rwanda tribal warfare, eastern European religious conflict, Russian economic collapse, they all happened in relatively good times.  Now, as times turn worse, you have global grain shortage induced conflict. 

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Mexican oil production collapse is some of the worst around.  Almost immediately after they started seeing 8-10% production decline yearly, the US started turning corn into Fake Fuel ( it works great singularly on a farm, but it sure as hell doesn’t scale up to run an economy ).  All that corn had to come from somewhere, and that was from the stomachs of Mexican peasants as well as middle eastern ones.  Mexico as a failed state resulted from Bush Ethanol/Bush’s Drug War and Peak Oil combination.  Without dirt cheap corn as a subsidy for overpopulation, conflict erupted and continues to this day.  That is the face of High Food Prices.  No one is in outright famine ( save for a few African states, but mostly that is disguised by religious wars ), but the slow die-off continues.  The middle east rebellions are all led by overpopulated areas unable to feed themselves cheaply enough.  The people make no pretenses about their discontent ( when you can’t feed your family, you go to war- either low intensity conflict, crime or rebellion ).  Of course, a new king won’t be able to feed them either, but what choice is there?  All this is in relatively easy times.  Since the globe has been seeing more and more drought, and the energy supply is contracting, and the population never stops growing ( a year and a half ago we are talking about this problem, citing a population of 6.75 billion.  Now it is 7.  Time flies when you are breeding ), we aren’t going to see simply more of the above.  At some point, famine does come our way.  It is all very civilized up to this point.  It has mainly been economic collapse effecting food supply.  Wait until the western world sees actual food shortages.

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7 comments:

  1. Every time I succumb to the temptation to come here and read your latest offering I leave with an overwhelming feeling of joy that I am not You. thanks very much!

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  2. addendum to my earlier comment. I realize that the world is going to shit and we are all going to fucking die a horrible death but do we have to talk about it every fucking day. Heard any good music lately? heard any good fucking jokes? Damn! I read your blog and I want to listen to blues music and drink. drink a lot. puke and then drink some more. I didn't know you could be that fucking depressed and live!

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    1. Hey, come on! I made fun of old farts just the other day. I had great fun doing it, too. No clinical depression there! And yes, I know I harp on the whole die-off thing, but I just don't think most of my readers are quite getting it. I would be shirking my duties as the sharpest crayon in the box if I didn't try to wake them up one way or another. And, really, I think I'm more sad than depressed. Sad for the way things are going to play out because it didn't have to be this way. But not depressed, because I'm not trapped without the ability to act. Perhaps my sense of humor is so dry I come off as despondent.

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  3. Just was informed by the largest entertainment company located in Central Florida that because of Obammycare, I will either have to work full-time or get my hours cut to 24 a week. I usually work 4 days a week, 32 hours.

    Also they are not sure exactly how Obammycare is going to affect or what's the cut-off for part-timers. I might get dropped down to 16 hours a week.

    I would go full-time but the big "D" likes working their "Officer Friendlies" 6 days a week and sometimes 12 days straight. Nah...

    Also attendence is down slightly from last year and less nick-nacks are being sold. But more food & beverage stuff is being sold.

    Gil's monthly useful post




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    1. Pretty sad when such a large corporation with lawyers ( and paid for political pricks like Sonny before the crapstick killed himself on a tree ) can't figure out the KenyanKare plan.

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  4. Elko survival business opens today

    http://elkodaily.com/news/local/elko-survival-business-opens-today/article_18eb246e-ae22-11e2-ae90-001a4bcf887a.html

    Gil

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    1. We'll see how they do. They are waiting for a gun licence to sell the usual poodle shooters, so for now the profit is in Meals Rejected by Ethiopians and freeze dried bovine testicles. I bulk ordered some of my books and I'm going to see if they will sell on consignment there.

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