Wednesday, April 17, 2013

the united states of yankeeland


UNITED STATES OF YANKEELAND

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A cool if probably useless formula.  A homemade green glow light is made with a quarter full Mountain Dew soda plastic 20 ounce bottle.  Add three caps peroxide and a pinch of baking soda and shake ( I’ve ordered one of those earth element-rather than chemical-glow sticks that is solar chargeable and reuses forever.  I’ll let you know how it works ).

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Just In Time inventory in all its glory.  Wiping out Elko wheat bag stocks takes a mere $375.  25 bags between the two feed suppliers.  Do NOT wait for the continuing drought to affect this years crops.  Buy now.  Anything.  Rice, flour, kernels-whatever.  Don’t worry, I’ll both bug you some more plus rub it in when my forecast comes true and you end up with diddly. 

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Okay, on to the feature attraction.  Why Yankeeland suddenly within the last few years is doing so much crying and whining and bleating.  Not just because the media has erect man nipples, tingling sphincters and cold sweats over their beautiful butt boy Obammy being the First Negro.  To an extent they are pandering to the idea he is from a Yankee lair ( celebrating Illinois as his home rather than Kenya ) as their usual ass kissing.  But there is a far more sinister aspect to this.  The local population is being conditioned.  And my current pet theory is that they are being conditioned to ignore the rest of the country.  This has always been the case, as in the term “flyover country” being derogative of any place not east coast ( the west coast thinks they are part of the federally recognized Chosen People, but as I’ll soon show they are suffering from hubris ).  But the effort has obviously been ratcheted up to the highest level.  It is in overdrive, the idea being sold, the propaganda being shoveled down folks throats, that only those in Yankeeland are important and whatever happens in the rest of the country is oh so very unimportant.

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Exhibit A.  A couple of people die at the Boston Marathon.  Immediately President Floppy Lips gets on TV and starts mumbling his usual stuttering banal bullspit.  Nothing important is said, but quicker than a Congressman can jiz into the Constitution, flags are slammed down to half-mast ( another one of my pet peeves, any Podunk two bit public official has a heart attack after looking at the national debt or being caught molesting small children in a college locker room [ as the rest of the team ignore the bloody cries from sodomy by singing “go team!” at a higher volume ] and everyone wants to fly the flag lower.  Unless a squad of Marines is killed and they are studiously ignored ).  Oh, I’m sorry.  Did I miss something important here?  Two cops in California get shot and no one gives two craps.  Remember, this was during a time the feds are trying to slam-dunk laws making all vets insane so none can arm themselves.  Yes, true, the shooter was Black, so no one could be too harsh since it is practically a law now that all Black criminals become media martyrs.  But most importantly, these were not east coast cops.  If it doesn’t happen there, it is simply not a big deal.  This goes far beyond local bias and administration toadying.  It is the start of the campaign to desensitize the local east coast population to the suffering from the rest of the country.  And why?  Because the contraction will start soon.

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No one can predict the timing of the waterfall collapse.  It could be in six months when the drought wipes out both inventory and incoming supplies.  It could be in thirteen years when global petroleum supplies have contracted to 1930 levels ( and yet the population is three times as large ).  Who knows.  But if things contract before plunging long enough, I foresee a pullback in force by the Feds.  First from global obligations ( one imagines as soon as the PetroDollar is ignored, the military limps home ) then from the rest of the country.  The FedGov is much better off conserving its resources during a time of oil drawdown and failing crops by disavowing everything Rocky Mountains and west.  I’m not sure how the South will fare, but certainly the West is useless to them.  The West coast naval bases might be worthless if we cede the Pacific to the Chinese ( the Chinese navy expands as ours contracts ), and there is little value in the L.A. oil fields or the California dried out farmland ( Mexico is becoming the new California crop wise ) .  By pulling out of the entire region, they preserve precious resources to protect their own area.  The West is too vast of a dry desert to warrant troops and fuel. 

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The East, on the other hand, has water canals and the Mississippi for water transport as well as a very condensed network of rail.  Two forms of transport needed in an energy starved world.  They can also be-suburbanize to quickly get farming on a decentralized level viable again ( a painful process, to be sure, but in the meantime they can rail in Midwest grain.  Plus, after depopulating the South, that once again becomes an agrarian colony if my best guess is correct ).  The Midwest missile silos and the east coast navel bases maintain the nuclear deterrent to  keep from getting invaded.  Pretty simple and smart, instead of trying to keep hold of a now pretty useless western region. 

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13 comments:

  1. The Mountain Dew idea is worthless:
    http://www.snopes.com/photos/food/mountaindew.asp
    Better to just Do the Dew and not waste 1/4 bottle.

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    1. I was passing it on from rumor, no idea if it works.

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  2. The west is closely tied to the western part of the great plains, those in control will continue to try to have control of the west even if only in narrow corridors to allow for transportation from coast to coast, and the grain beans and cattle from the great plains. That isnt to say that they wont do their best to cut the cost of the west to the bone in what ever ways they can, and ignore every disaster that doesnt directly impact their control of the transport through the west. I am guessing that Denver will be their hub that will reach to the Northwest coast and the California coast. what route that takes is up in the air as Boise and Salt Lake city are both Bastions of the mormon Deseret state. We will know it is all out war against the inhabitants of the west when those two places either declare independence from washington or get massively depopulated in some 'accident'.

    Elko, jim, is unfortunately not far enough of one of the likely routes to be left alone, and anti-governemtn 'terrorists' wont be tolerated that close to their continental trade routes, so keep your head down.

    -Grey

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    1. I don't believe they will be interested in coast to coast. The borders, including the edge of the Rockies, can be drone monitored and the Rocky edge region sterilized if needed. We are talking severe energy contraction, no imports, and a lone railway in the middle of nowhere is energy intensive in defense.

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  3. they will sell northern califoria, nev and oregon n wash state to china and southern cal arizona and new mexico to mexico
    idaho montana n wyoming will secede like texas and arkansas and be like the soviet union in the 90's with its sattalite states

    the food shortage is coming ...the dept of ag and fda are ready to label and tag all farm animals n regulate all produce not on commercial farms.. its comming soon the false flags are starting to happen too close together to not be a sign

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    1. And China would buy if they are interested in overextending their empire. I think they will stay ocean-centric. Mexico is contracting-look at the drug cartel wars. It is a failed nation state, not an expanding empire. Think shrink, not expansion.

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  4. The west is already being wrote off.Look at the water allocations from all major rivers.Gone are he days when LA phenix and las vegas get what they want.Buffet has control of the largest railrad.the ports on the pacific are for japan and china goods only.When trade ends what good is the west coast.the gold has and silver has been striped the forrest cut.The mid west and the south has the farmland it is the last weapon in our arsenal.We have food exports and nukes which one do they want?Corperations survive by mergers.Nations prolong there time by contracting back to a core>look at England France SPain Rome now US

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    1. And they all thought they were as powerful and everlasting as we do.

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  5. Sorry about the late reply.

    Don't forget about the nukes. I think as long as the US domestic energy production is enough to power the .gov stuff (screw the civvies), they won't go down that path. But we are the only nation to have used nukes. Hopefully the US empire goes gently into that good night like the Brits did.

    Which brings out another question: How come the British empire just faded away? Hell, the French fought a few wars attempting to hold their (minor) empire together. Why didn't the British?

    Because the banker tick jumped to another host(USA)? Dunno...

    Where will the banker tick jump to next?

    Gil

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    1. You would think the Chinese are too smart to embrace that parasite. My thinking-the bankers are merely a product of the 500 year super cycle powered by colonialism and then carbon fuels. As that ends, so do the bankers ( rah! )

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    2. If you look the british bankers financed most other empires in the 1800s the pound sterling was un matched.The other empire nations had to hold on longer because they owed the british banks and crown for loans.Briton could withdraw because it had secured massive intrest and capital payments from its former colonys.the colonies bought their freedom from the crown.The U.S.did it by war before the british adaped.All colonial wars after that were about terms not soverienty.

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  6. Doctor James, A few facts to relate to some comments from above,
    The fantastic Governor Moombeam Brown of California just signed a 20 billion dollar deal with China giving them a large percentage
    of control over the shipping ports of Oakland. Barely got a mention in the news.
    The new rich of China are buying up huge chunks of real estate in Cali too, houses, rentals and commercial.
    And Warren Buffets huge empire owns dams and controls water flow from Washington state, Oregon, down to Central Cali. Some are hydro electric. Most are slated to be torn down by 2020 to increase water flow to So Cal and Mexico but by-pass the central valley farm region of Cali.
    All the pieces are there and starting to be put together. Please welcome the new China town and Mexico city.

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    1. well- I think the Chinese are damn fools to be buying in present day Cali. Buying mansions in the middle of a slum. Shipping port, a bet on cheap oil forever. They might be wasting money like the Japs did in the 80's.

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