Computers are the new umps: Yes, here we are, Futurama time. The great SF writer, Isaac Asimov predicted all of this, he invented the whole concept of robots and how to manage them. Humans are being replaced by robots in many systems. At the same time, our schools are training young people to be utterly useless, totally clueless and demanding socialism since they have no marketable working skills after being taught how to be utterly incapable of functioning as real adults. We are at a cultural crossroads here and not a good one, either.
My father knew Issac Asimov and I grew up reading his books as they were published. A prolific author with an amazing imagination, he dared to go where no one has gone before him. Namely, he figured out many things both good and bad, about technology and human psychology. He grew more and more pessimistic as our computer revolution proceeded. This foresight he had was based on his ability to ‘live’ in the future which I greatly admire. It is a skill akin to Time Lord Tardis travel. Funny, I also dated one of the Masters and knew one of the Time Lords in real life, isn’t that odd? Coincidences are common when one lives in the odd world of the Planetary Overlords, aka, the Bilderberg gang.
After Putin trumped Obama in Syria last fall, the US has gone out of its way to screw up Syria as much as possible.
There are many things going on in the world today aside from the business of what to do with very drunk, stoned college kids who screw up everything thinking they are safe like in nursery school. We have the elites at the top of the ladder of life openly planning and provoking WWIII which they hope to win and which they hope will kill 75% of all humans thus saving the planet from global warming and replacing it with a nuclear winter…I kid you not. There is hysteria about Mohammed Ali’s death from brain damage after being slugged in the head too many times, he is hailed as a great hero even though he didn’t fight in the Vietnam War, instead, he stayed home and made millions of bucks in pretend fights…great chap! And there is the racism issue with everyone screaming about antisemitism and race while provoking race riots and excusing Jewish crimes against humanity. Fun stuff today, no?
Japan’s trade statistics are terrible, Japan is now wallowing in red in both government spending and trade just like the US. The above graph’s red parts are energy trade deficits while the blue represents Japan’s imports from industrial nations, mostly China and the EU. Japan cannot run on red ink forever and Fukushima is a huge budget hole that is destroying a large sector of Japan and menaces the entire population with future cancer rates going very high. Japan’s economic problems perfectly mirror the US only with the added population decline problem making problems in the future.
Way back when Lucas, who I knew when I was a student in Arizona at the same time he was going to school, first released his great movie, Star Wars, I said, ‘The US is the Evil Empire.’ That is, Lucas was responding to the antiwar movement back then by glorifying the guerilla fighters who were fighting our empire back then. He hoped that courage, big hearts and love would overcome the machinery of a greedy, hostile, hungry empire. He went on further on this topic in later movies which are very popular but guess who is the most dramatic and popular character in these movies?
At least one can understand Jewish desires to fight and remove natives. It is pure colonialism. But the US is doing something worse: we invade countries so we can control them via tremendous violence, from afar. We have vague goals and don’t even want the people at all, we just want them to be whatever we want only we won’t tell them what this is. If they trust us and vote for a democracy, the wrong votes gets them hammered. So now, they all hunker down and do stray attacks. This is bankrupting the US, of course. For we fight small arms with the most expensive tools on earth. Continue reading →
One after another, there has been a madcap series of international meetings. They all have basically one topic and one topic only: fear the US might actually listen to me and begin to do the sane thing by using tariffs and other barriers to the flood of imports that are destroying our economic base!
There is no other game in town. They give lip service to the banking collapse. But they feel that the cure for that is very simple: more one-way trade with the US. From day one, I have focused on this element as one of the most important parts of the global financial mess. NO ONE wants this to stop except a very, very few people. Very few. Nearly no one, I guess. How lonely it is here!