Wednesday, October 27, 2010
It's only a matter of time before a supervolcano clears it's throat and introduces the worldwide famine. Think about the future in these terms and you might just be ready for it when it gets here.
That’s why Couric has spent recent weeks in Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston and New Brunswick, New Jersey. She is touring what she calls “this great unwashed middle of the country” in an effort to divine the mood of the midterms.
What she has learned on her latest excursions is that “American voters are slightly schizophrenic—they want compromise, and yet some of them are ideologically so fixated to one point of view… There are a lot of moderate Americans who are just fed up with negative campaign ads, fed up with the vitriol, fed up with the paralysis.”
(Democrats and reality are not on speaking terms. Republicans are not better, they are presented as the alternative.)
Take this woman's social context away and you'd have nothing. You'd have a substandard female with inferior intelligence, weak character and utterly irrelevant views. It's the fact she's on television that is supposed to make her somebody important we're all compelled to listen to. The problem is that almost nobody is watching television anymore. Nobody is listening any longer. These types of people have ceased to be meaningful or anything but a distressed and fading minority regime that is destined to fall apart one way or another very soon.
Katie Couric is a person who doesn't matter because she has nothing to say that anyone would willingly listen to. Her primary demographic is people in nursing homes parked in wheelchairs in front of boxes bolted to the wall in the recreation room. That and people who entered wrong numbers in Tivo.
Sunday, October 24, 2010
It makes complex life possible here.
It's also the wrong mass, the wrong distance, the wrong density and the wrong orbit for anything but a ceremonial device to hang in the sky and serve a dual purpose to regulate the tides. The chances of it finding that orbit by accident are much more than a gigatrillion to one.
It is the strangest orbital body in our solar system.
I don't have the answer. All I can say is, that's just one lottery ticket out of thousands that we seem to have drawn the lucky numbers for here on Earth. Go figure.
Is man an animal, produced by chance, nothing more than meat that walks? Or is he something more? Something ... dare anybody say it ... beloved, in spite of himself ... in spite of herself?
Sons of Adam, Daughters of Eve, there is more to this world than you may have heard described to you by those who would compel you to live within their misunderstandings. There would have to be in order to explain the mysteries we see all around us. Scripture is everything we need to know. It isn't everything that could be known. The real truth may elude us until we can see through new eyes.
Friday, October 22, 2010
In order to distract the (m)asses from their internal war, which has already begun.
Does China know which way the wind is blowing? (World War III?)
It's so simple a senile illiterate old communist knows itz coming.
Did Baba Vanga call it correctly a long, long time ago?
The fact that thousands of freemen black soldiers fought on the Confederate side is possibly one of the best documented facets of the Civil War - my direct ancestors on my father's side mentioned it in their accounts in their letters.
Increasingly, "history" has nothing to do with what actually happened and all to do with what the State says should have happened according to their modern political ideology.
I no longer pity Kwanzanians because I reserve the right to pity human beings, which they do not qualify to be called. Nothing this dumb can be called "man," when it is clearly an animal on two legs. The modern Kwanzanian is a domesticated beast just as placid as cattle or chickens. They can no more "reason" than can a prize bull or a Bantam rooster. They are what is left when you have stripped the "man" away. Consumer units. That whole nation is on cruise control for brains. Their distinguishing characteristic is their utter and complete vacuity.
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
So much for the globalist utopia. Market imbalances create scarcity instead of opportunity in the right conditions.
Since today's military is electronics, the U.S. has just discovered their supply is controlled by the enemy.
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
This is all it takes. We can see with our own eyes that things are getting creepier and creepier by the hour on the Sun, the source of energy for all life on this planet. It's behaviour is clearly unprecedented - in between the occasional million mile whiplash energy tentacle, scientists still cannot figure out where the sunspots have gone to.
That thing up there is charging itself up for one hell of a blast. That's where they've gone.
Food supplies were globalized instead of localized. The exact opposite of what should have happened.
Agriculture was based on long summers, short harvest seasons and zero inventory just-in-time deliveries. The exact opposite of what should have happened.
Society counted on food surpluses, cashed-up consumers and excess production into the distant future. The exact opposite of what should have happened.
Harvest technology orbited around cheap oil and abundant shipping to keep costs down even when bringing food from distant shores. The exact opposite of what should have happened. The rails rusted and trucking was king. Bad moves all around.
It's an edible feast of fail but caloric content is close to zero.
Hope you have been doing what we have advised since 1998 and you have PACKED IT.
Saturday, October 16, 2010
Or, just print money until everybody dies screaming. It's never failed to work in the past.
I agree with George Carlin.
The worst bastard of them all is the one who goes around giving people false hope. There's nothing crueler than telling complete strangers everything is going to be okay in order to gain their trust. Nothing is worse in a man than that particular blend of unkindness.