My future clearly influences my past. Already I visualize my poor soul at 80 sipping coconut milk in Tonga, living in a crude hut, pondering the fate of a free thinker in a world of slaves.
I have dumbed my resume down too much for dumbshit work I guess-minimum wage at 40 hours a week can equal existence on say $1400 take home per month-and evidently not smart enough to sell something for a .com since I haven't sold something for a .com therefore I cannot sell for .com
I 'ave only my service in La Revolution Surrealiste to point the way forward into the past, into the dark days of the 1930's.
Even worse is the gig at a mall bookstore that turns me down. I suppose that five years work in books is disqualifying, as is the ability to read and write.
I simply am another superfluous man. I need to become an APP. Download me. ;D
Recycling is the wave of the future. There was a programme on BBC Radio 4, on this industry, in the Haight Ashbury area. There are big outfits in SF that need the skills of someone like you in the IT field. I think you'll have no problem.
Post by Walking Owl on May 21, 2012 11:43:26 GMT -5
The proper term is "the Illuminated."
Illuminated means to have achieved the realization that there are NO constraints in reality and that ANYTHING and EVERYTHING can and will be done to achieve THE objective.
The essence of the "Illuminated" objective is to secure the means of extreme longevity (physical immortality through genetic manipulation) the so called "Holy Grail" (depicted in ancient quests) and then inhabit a sparsely inhabited idyllic planet earth (achieved through depopulation) while gaining control of nature and natural forces (climate manipulation) while expanding the domain to include inner and near space.
It is probable the primary objective was achieved in 2007 at which time the global economic engine used to achieve the objective was abandoned and allowed to collapse.
The ongoing phase is depopulation which is a process in that all manner of ecological "time bombs" have been planted which will over the next few years take a severe toll on human capacity to sustain population. The main thrust is ruination of water, air and food. The number of population at the moment belies how rapidly a specie can be decimated when under extreme mounting pressures.
This false sense of overpopulation is encouraged at every turn deflecting attention away from chilling depopulation program.
Historical perspective of "mission genesis and progress" is readily available yet seldom examined "for what it is." The mission relies upon 'volunteerism of victims who unwittingly support the mission."
The un-illuminated are always made aware of what is transpiring--
Unfortunately society has conditioned folks to focus on the actors, not the play, script or scriptwriters... 90% of discussion concerns the actors - who are changed regularly and are of little or no consequence to the unfolding "plot".
Post by Walking Owl on May 27, 2012 21:05:59 GMT -5
America the two ring circus.
Lets see - two diametrically opposed parties. A country split almost exactly in halves guaranteeing 50% are always in a state of angst and no third option for either.
That is not a political system, that is perpetual civil war.
I still marvel that the current president came out of nowhere with little or no background or credentials for the job - which he fell into on account of no viable opposition, that suggests they didn't want the mess.
Now the mess is even worse... methinks the patsy will be forced to endure the second term-- tied to the mast as the ship goes down.
History will duly note the disappearance of THAT party... at least effectively for the foreseeable future.
The last phase of the plan (1607-2007) completed on schedule (2007) when the primary objectives were met.
The global financing machinery was collapsed, it being redundant.
With the back-room driving and steering reins dropped (abandoned), the world economy careened out of control and with no common linkages throughout found itself unexpectedly with no cohesion or central manipulative control mechanisms.
The result was immediately obvious and the challenges to sustain were overwhelming and the anticipated chaos ensued.
The only remaining element of the plan - 2007 ----> is depopulation which is well underway via socioeconomic collapse and countless "time bombs" seeded in prior years -
Think poorly implemented/situated under spec'd facilities, products i.e. NO-Gulf-Fukishima-GM-bad pharma-bad water, air, microbiology and on and on.
Populations have been enticed to move into danger zones, 80% of the population happily complied.
High population centers will be sealed in containing them from outside assistance as things degrade.
Cut backs and skimping all but guarantee a chain reaction of massive failures of almost everything over time, anticipated natural disasters will ensure "detonation" of lethal facilities... and relied upon infrastructure. Shortages will take their toll.
General public will continue to be fed mis-info such as an alarming growth in population while the exact opposite is occurring.
Post by Walking Owl on Jul 18, 2012 12:10:19 GMT -5
Nouriel Roubini sticks to 'perfect storm' in 2013 prediction
Nouriel Roubini, the economist who famously predicted the financial crisis, said he is sticking to his view that the global economy is on course for a "perfect storm" next year.
Not an expert but did see it coming in 2007 - quite easily (as did my one eyed cat).
My thoughts then was a universal "correction" was in the offing -
It even looked planned.
The idea is to create the same effect as a global sovereign debt default in order to jubilee the un-payable $rillions of I.O.U's - but without the bankster or politicos needing to make that decision - constituents would not support that.
The GRANDE reset and start over.
This way of skinning the cat will have the illusion of an unplanned, very unfortunate series of cascading sovereign debt events which appear to be unavoidable, unfortunate and yet not attributable to anyone/anything in particular.
I am sticking with that scenario until I see a shred of evidence otherwise.
All the headlines are conditioning for masses to accept this inevitability.
Post by Walking Owl on Jul 23, 2012 13:41:26 GMT -5
In this age of eugenic agenda and fictitious world population numbers, it is useful to know... 30% of all food is wasted or lost daily.
As drought and shortages take hold cue the call fo the eugenicists as they tut tut over the problem of OTHER people being alive on the planet... they never seem to off themselves no matter how dire their arguments about superfluous population.
But anyway, the squanderer' s turn out to be the elitist wealth and power mongers... hmmm, so if they must have an elimination list, let it begin with them then. Seems like the restof us are far more efficient with resource use. ====================================================== And it turns out we’re all to blame for this gut-wrenching fact: 30% of all food produced in the world each year is wasted or lost. That’s about 1.3 billion tons, according to a new report by the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization.
That’s the weight of more than 8.6 million full-grown blue whales, the largest creatures on earth. That’s the weight of more than 2.3 million Airbus A380s, the largest commercial planes in existence. That’s as if each person in China, the world’s most populous country with more than 1.3 billion people, had a one ton mass of food they could just throw into the trashcan.
It’s almost unfathomable isn’t it?
Breaking apart that big number, we find the people with the most money are the ones who waste the most.
I always was puzzled why there was continuiing strife and starvation. The people running things are crap. They only care about power and money. We live on a tax farm. Check out Matthew Delooze. matthewdelooze.blogspot.co.uk/
Post by Walking Owl on Nov 17, 2013 16:17:22 GMT -5
Internationalization of the Yuan, the opening of Saudi Arabia, the implosion of the EU, and three of the last pillars of the dollar crumble
From the "more than likely" file...
China is the master of this art, but we can see that all other countries are moving away from the US, in a more or less subtle fashion, like Saudi Arabia for example. (2) For the EU, one of the last Americanist bastions outside the US itself, the task is more difficult. Our team anticipates that the European elections of 2014, along with the inevitable rise of extreme right-wing and euroskeptic forces, will lead to an implosion of the current EU framework, with the possibility for Euroland to fill in the place. We analyze in detail the case of Europe in this issue.
The rapid internationalization of the Yuan, causing a decline in the central role of the dollar; the loss of Saudi support, a key part of the petrodollar edifice; and the loss of the Americanist bastion of the EU, replaced by a Euroland relying on the Euro, are all threats to the three remaining essential pillars of American power, which will disappear in 2014, precipitating considerable global upheaval.
Post by Walking Owl on Aug 19, 2014 12:18:25 GMT -5
Well, here we are in 2014, midway... We have bobbled along within the economic crash of 2008, for six years the bilge pumps of TARP, EQ's 1,2,3 and quantative easing's have provided a satisfactory impression of crash arrest... skimming bank accounts when needed bolstered the fiction of "recovery".
The globalist elites have made considerable hay from their opportunity to reap mightily from cheap fiat loans, the so called wealth gap has spread alarmingly wide, the middle class has been gutted and domestic opportunities in the West have shrunken to miserable part time no benefits joe/jill positions.
Currently, the churning with no headway has the elites stuck in a place where it is all but impossible to restart the graft machine again, it lacks the go juice of interest rates. So unfathomable are debt levels across all facets that conventional means of discharging said liabilities has become a mere philosophical mind game. it appears the PTB have decided it simply does not matter anyway and are running up the tabs accordingly. This of course is destroying the value of everything so purchasing power of fiat is heading into Zimbabwe land. it is a good time to have billions rather than millions. Raising interest rates without precedent would surely flip the lid right off... hence...
The next stage is to have media mind mold the masses into a perception that things are all back on track again, once that notion is accepted interest rates can be jacked up. This is typical - global prospects 2014
Economic climates influence social climates--One thing I know is that regardless of how disrupted economies become, citizens ALWAYS find the ways and means to survive if not thrive regardless of conditions. As the inevitable seize up and ratcheting squeeze continues from 2008, I expect to see a correspondingly creative approach by common folks in their quest to keep a roof over their head and food in their bellies, Detroit may be working model... if your copper wires disappear, it signifies said creativity...
Bottom line at this point... every chap/gal for themselves... all semblance of a responsible social contract has been evaporated... peeps are forced to do what they must, as law keepers get more terrified and reactive expect this to become more common... New Missouri riots as doctor reveals Brown shot six times - See more at:
On the bright side... rude awakenings inspire cogitation and realization, from the ashes will raise a phoenix, or so I have heard.
Post by Walking Owl on Apr 23, 2015 10:42:28 GMT -5
Here we are in the firs quarter of 2015
Things I have thought about....
All the precious metals ever mined in the world are still only valued in the Billions, whilst vanished wealth (AKA 08 crash), now unspoken about-- measure in the 100's of trillions, far larger than the combined GNP of the countries of the world. Effectively national bankruptcy has been rendered impossible using various strategies unprecedented in historical context. Therefore any historical comparisons are equally invalid since we are experiencing unprecedented "fiscal" situations and hoped for "solutions".
It is not possible to properly anticipate a "logical" conclusion since fiscal logic of any sort has been abandoned. One can only guess that the global objective now is to redistribute debt rather than wealth since wealth has actually been usurped with debt. The global balance for debt is being achieved through increasing the debt levels of "have" nations to become comparable with "have not" nations. The end result will be equal but very low standard of living for everyone.
Since institutions hold all perceived positive balances/investments/assets on behalf of depositors and investors --- wealth is theoretical and even the so called "wealthy" are only a few keystrokes away from a greatly diminished balance, they are totally at the whim of governance and certainly on borrowed time, when the pump needs priming, it will get primed. As I say there are no conventional solutions available for the global extent of unsolvable debt, so we can surmise very unusual solutions.
Markets are the indicator of markets and have little or no connection to economic reality although they are cited as indicators of improving economic conditions. This is achieved through removing losing or failed corporations from the index basket and replacing them with others, while the replacements are few the de-listed are very numerous. This sleight of hand keeps the index average looking acceptable.
Although not unusual, the USA provides a simple illustration of the problem to be solved, income through taxation is less than 5 T per annum while annual operating costs are close to 20 T with pending unfunded liabilities for entitlements in the range of 110 T. There is no calculation that can resolve that... given the low income against the massive indebtedness, the tactic right now is to kick the problem further and further into the future, but how long can this be maintained when the added debt + interest are so far away from the ability to repay, virtual bankruptcy seems to be a logical conclusion.
The ultimate end game it seems... is to eventually (perhaps not that far off) for all currencies to be scrapped - all debt forgiven- all accounts rescinded - all citizens of the world to be issued with a standard amount of replacement "electronic tokens" to start the process over again.
Perhaps what we are seeing in places like Greece is a field test for this type of strategy.
One thing is certain, current fiscal paradigms are untenable, unsustainable and are rife for replacement.
Post by Walking Owl on Aug 23, 2015 18:39:12 GMT -5
I have been holding my breath since 2008 lol waiting for that original Global economic "correction" to continue to its logical conclusion - the intermission since 2008 was made possible by furiously pumping tax payer monies into a hopelessly torn corruption bubble, think TARP and various EQ sequels. Eventually these false economic prop ups had to dry up.... perhaps they have and now the 2008 global economic crash will finalize--- I had earmarked September 2015 for this to fruit.
I suppose time will tell. Do I care about economic catastrophe-NO! But i do care about the subsequent socio-economic turmoil which can in fact bring troubles to everyone's back yard.
Peeps placed into economic hardships can and do strange things.... so in the interest of situational awareness and mental preparedness I do advocate keeping an eye on the ball...
Some of the typical situations possible are bank holidays, shortages and high civil unrest if it gets bad enough. This is not fear mongering... it is being prudent.
Post by Walking Owl on Nov 13, 2015 13:14:28 GMT -5
It strikes me, as 2015 draws to an end, how lop sided our planet has become - much of the world population unhappy with where they live. As much as we think of progress and discovery, much of the world is in flames. Much of the world seeks to reinstate 13th century practices. In the so called developed world, the more sophisticated it becomes the less individuals are capable of survival should the hive life break.
I have the sense of a huge churning of humanity and a bumpy ride ahead.
Will the madness subside? or is madness what we are about?