Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Nice video explaining accelerated globalism which is really just a neo feudalistic dictatorship monopoly between big government and big corporations with the illusion of social friendliness, the illusion of democratic choices between two or more totally controlled political groups, all moving with the same elitist interests, destroying small entrepreneurs, small savers, small earners.

This game is accelerating but it can't go on forever. Michel Chussudovsky is one of the very few, perhaps less than 1% of analysts, that realize the degree of manipulation and collusive criminal control is involved with global economics and politics in markets, wars, elections, social engineering, etc...

The rape of common persons by elitists is accelerating now but it can't go on forever. The end is near because common people are almost at the end of their rope. So the game will probably switch to something more brutal soon, as this crash nears bottom.

Preparing for crash these days is very important and serious business. People 1-year ago would laugh but today people aren't laughing. Chossudovsky doesn't even address this in terms of petrocollapse so in a way his picture is a sub category of the larger event unfolding. Now is the time to get the word out and prepare for collapse of society in terms of currency, government services, industrial agriculture, grocery stores, suburbia, and everything else overly petroleum dependent.

Exciting times.

Cheers, Tate


THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS — Michel Chossudovsky 1-1-2009, Montreal - 1:18:37 - Jan 17, 2009
Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG) -

LECTURE: THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS — The Great Depression of the 21st Century with Michel Chossudovsky Causes and consequences of the financial meltdown; The speculative onslaught; Financial fraud and the "bank bailouts"; Bankruptcy of the real economy; Impacts on employment, wages and social services; Towards a spiraling public debt; The economic crisis and its relationship to the Middle East war; The centralization of corporate power; The concentration of wealth; The globalization of poverty. What are the policy alternatives?

Michel Chossudovsky is a Canadian economist. He is a professor of economics at the University of Ottawa.

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