Video: World Economic Crash (corruption, banking, stock markets)

I predicted at the beginning of this year (Jan 1 I believe) that it was going to be The Big One.
Various factors.
Demographics are #1.

I saw a sea change. A stirring I had not seen before, even among the urban elite. The elves frolicking in their iPhone wonderland were uneasy. Some asked me about the world, sought information, shared grievances and fears, I was asked questions I never knew had occurred to them before. I genuinely felt sorry for them, and helped as many as I could. They are now ex-Progressives. It can happen that good people are caught up in that, from University most of them told me, with silly intentions belonging to Boomer Professors.

On one hand, there is relief that something is happening. Confirmation of reality.
On the other, the unknown. I don’t know how Europe/the Occident will survive this. I don’t know the cost so I cannot morally, be happy. I don’t know the casualty. I don’t know if I’ll survive. Our way of life, my thede. I can’t vouch for the safety of distant friends, spaced all across the globe. This isn’t pleasant.

This “Blood Moon” tonight shows us just how small we really are. I don’t think there will be a collapse, per se, but a faster decay as we, as George Carlin put it, circle the drain.

I hope a better system is coming. It really reminds me of all the recent dystopias we’ve seen in fiction. Almost like priming for it? From Fight Club’s Project Mayhem to the FSociety of Mr Robot this very summer. They salivate over the prospect of this, of having our own personal tragedy in the history books and I don’t think that’s a healthy way to look at it. This isn’t a story, this is our lives. We cannot make certain that the future will be better than the past.

What if this is the end of the West?
Like a video game I feel like “this isn’t the end of the world, but you can see it from here.”

It depends on the state of play and other unknowns. I do not have faith in a better future but I do hope for one. The Captain of the Titanic, Cpn Smith, said when told of the ship’s inevitable fate “Be British” and that’s what I’m going to do. Try to keep calm, serene if possible and come what may.

I won’t be dancing in the street wearing a dorky mask like a moron. Change is to be feared.

Reading: Global Strategic Trends 2007-2036 document

http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/articles/strat_trends_23jan07.pdf

Example.

Page 42;

“The US position as the world’s most indebted nation makes it vulnerable to stock market collapse, currency runs and economic crisis, as well as global currency manipulation.”

Page 43;

“A major pandemic may be the instrument that causes a reverse in the process of globalization as national responses to contain infection will involve significant restrictions on personal mobility and interaction over a lengthy period. Some states may even be destabilized by the effort and resources required to address the situation”

“The declining size of working populations and rising social, health and pension costs in developed countries, financed through taxation, will increase the financial burden on the younger elements of society. Further exacerbation by unaffordable house prices, student debt and unemployment, contrasted with the wealth locked up in older generations, may lead to protests on a wide scale, resulting in instability and social unrest.”

Page 44;

“A large city in a developing region (or a number of large cities in more than one region) may fail before 2035. The effects will be equivalent in character, if not in scale, to state failure, which city failure may, in turn, precipitate.”

Page 45;

“It is likely that unregulated urbanization will result in future adversaries who have highly-developed urban survival and combat skills. They may consequently choose to pursue their objectives and conduct operations in sprawling towns and cities which will already have experienced endemic lawlessness and high levels of violence.”

Page 50;

“Conflict and crises will continue to trigger the displacement of large numbers of people, mainly into proximate regions, which may themselves be at risk of instability. Recent conflicts have also demonstrated the potential for sudden movements of people over longer distances, with the potential for related shocks and knock-on effects. This instability is likely to fuel extremist politics in some societies, possibly based on a beleaguered middle class, which may result in resurgent nationalism and authoritarianism.”

Basically, almost everything I’ve been saying for years is in this paper, more or less.
There’s also a 2010 edition I haven’t read yet.
https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/33717/GST4_v9_Feb10.pdf
Have fun with it.

I'm smarter than anyone else you'll ever meetNB: Still cannot tell you how I know all of this, or who I am, I hope you understand.

Enter the Dragon

http://blog.milesfranklin.com/enter-the-dragon

” It is of utmost importance that you understand what is happening right before your very eyes.  The U.S. is being isolated and cornered on its own with WWIII already begun.  No, no shots have been fired yet (with the exception of Syria and Ukraine so far) but this is yet to come.  So far it has been a war of words and finance, finance being what it’s all about.

You must understand that as I see it, the Sun is rising in the East and setting on the West.  We (the U.S.) have been hanging on to past glory and power literally since the turn of the century.”