Tuesday, April 7, 2009

The crash of '09, the collapse of '10

Oh, my. COMING, ITZ.

Vault-Co is not the only nut out there getting ready. We were just early risers (or sinkers, depending on how you look at it) before the rest of the world saw the same thing we saw ten years ago. If you've got the money you can get an excellent shelter in under a week delivered right to your door.

Walter McCarthy tells people they won't have to stay in his shelters for longer than 30 days because he sells shelters designed for stays of 30 days. In a real worldwide nuclear war, the likelihood of deliberately salted weapons being used rises to about 100% after the first 25% of casualties. All these neat coffee klatch scenarios where the participants just accept their losses and go home to knit their Red Cross blankets are the ugly stepchild of Herman Kahn's homoerotic fantasy radwars. There are other factors in the world interested in seeing everybody "else" fight to the death and they aren't going anywhere.

In real life, it's after the first 30 days when the reality sinks in that the kid gloves will come off and the survivors start to pack cobalt into their remaining stock of weapons if they have not used it already - designed for the sole purpose of exterminating the target, not merely matching it with "mutual destruction."

Trust Vault-Co on this. We can tell by speaking to most people who tout this theory of limited nuclear war that they've barely given it more than ten minutes of serious thought in their entire adult life. Human sanity is not a particularly prominent feature of human warfare. If men have it in their capacity to do (like Dresden) then by God, you can rest assured they will once they understand they are in Klausewitzian combat.

Certain truths are escaping the memory hole. This bodes well for the apocalypse in the near future or at least a deliberate initiation of something to distract the sheeple. Left to ponder these things, even their tiny walnut-sized brains may be able to reach a conclusion. Especially with the usual suspects so gleefully rubbing their hands.

As the Telegraph reported, “the G20 leaders have activated the IMF's power to create money and begin global "quantitative easing". In doing so, they are putting a de facto world currency into play. It is outside the control of any sovereign body. Conspiracy theorists will love it.”[1]
Well, it doesn't really sound like a "conspiracy theory" (???) anymore at this stage, does it? If it's predictive and turns out to be accurate, can it still remain an unrealistic fringe theory??? Please sheeple, try to turn over some of that rusty gray nervous tissue in there and have a think about it, won't you? Because the hour grows late and some say ITZ not COMING anymore. Some say ITZ here.


sumptos devil s advocate said...

Jack Rabbit said...

I've tried to bring to light the propagandistic nature of the term "conspiracy theory" in an article on my blog:

Perhaps it will help bring people around who's thoughts are victims of the connotations of the phrase?