There is no way on Earth to stop what is coming!

By The Team

If you had a button that you could push that could instantly kill all of us, all of our friends, anybody who might see this on the Internet and everybody who ever read anything we wrote, for the last 80 still could not stop what is coming…

Because it is already here!

The entire planet is getting woken up and there are 8 billion of them and only 800 of you!

You are evil and want to harm and abuse those 8 billion people to pay for your sex cults, private jets and power-madness.

Those 8 billion people just want to live a life of freedom.

The math is not on your side Mr. Oligarch.

The public sentiment is not on your side Mr. Oligarch.

The nature-of-things is not on your side Mr. Oligarch.

Your creation of your YouTube, Google, Twitter and Facebook psychological warfare tools and your take-over of Hollywood and main-stream media has been exposed.

You have nothing left and we still have 8 billion people that hate you and a million of them per day are finding each other and working to get rid of you.

Your time is up!

[–] Tallest_Skil 7 points (+7|-0)  ago  (edited  ago)

Get off your ass and make it happen yourself, then. Did you really think the government would arrest itself? Or that nonwhites would deport themselves?

I think it’s important to point out that when it comes to collapse, you’re primed to look for certain signs as indicative of a collapse, even though they’re not close to how things tend to unfold. Partly this is due to media Hollywood blockbusters, partly it’s probably intentionally, because it makes the real collapse less directly apparent to you. You’ll find yourself rapidly adapting to a new normal. The fact that you have less than you once did is also something you quietly sweep under the rug. Something that economic conditions forces upon us we reinterpret as our own decision. Something that we can’t spin is something we decide not to publicly acknowledge. We don’t recognize collapse because we reinterpret it as a voluntary return to simpler conditions. Hence the hipster phenomenon. Some examples.


What you expect:

Unemployment lines, shrinking GDP figures, bank robberies, civil insurrection, government bankruptcies, failing companies, bankers and yuppies jumping from rooftops.

What happens:

The young all decide to go to college, they don’t want a job, they’d rather spend until the heat death of the universe “developing themselves.” Then after graduating, they decide to “go abroad for a year,” typically working in a foreign country in farm labor. Back home, the government decides it can no longer support every individual and the most unfortunate quietly decide to kill themselves as a result. They’re bullied out of their benefits in the same way that many employers won’t admit that they can’t afford keeping you hired, but instead blame you. GDP keeps growing because a tiny group of people can inflate their wealth on paper to ridiculous levels.


What you expect:

Skyrocketing oil prices, big lines at the gas station, rationing of gasoline, sudden shortages.

What really happens:

Oil producing nations are destabilized as lingering tensions erupt in ethnic conflicts while oil production rapidly drops in the process. Global prices oscillate, oil is renamed “liquids” and definitions are stretched. Young people stop buying cars. Hip new companies come with edgy innovative solutions, like putting a sail on a boat. We’ll never refer to it as taking a step back, returning to an older technology. We’ll present it as something new, something more efficient.


What you expect:

Grid failure. You wake up one day and the electricity doesn’t work and the whole nation is without as people start plundering.

What happens:

Some people have their electricity shut off, but it’s because they are irresponsible and don’t pay their bills. In winter, some people receive letters in the mailbox that during certain periods, they may have to be rationed. The government decides to cut down on lighting on public roads. Some companies agree to pause their activities during peak demand hours, so that consumers can cook food and watch TV without trouble. Eventually you’ll get used to occasional blackouts and eventually you’ll get used to the fact that they tend to occur during certain periods. Later on, you don’t even expect to get electricity during certain periods of the day/year any longer.


What you expect:

Supermarkets have empty shelves. People plunder, other people collapse in the street. Images on TV of people in your neighborhood with strong accents complaining that their child is hungry and begging for help.

What happens:

Prices for certain items surge, so you decide to stop buying them. People at the bottom of the pyramid no longer buy food in the supermarket, they’re given the leftovers in food banks. People feel ashamed and don’t talk about it. Some schools quietly decide to stop having gym classes.


What you expect:

Most people in the city start to die, the rich flee to their wilderness retreats, others people build their own communities where they grow their own food and get their own electricity.

What happens:

Wearing second hand clothing becomes trendy among the young, as do bicycles. Supermarkets stop throwing away food. People have fewer children. Paid jobs are replaced by volunteer jobs. People are asked to patrol their own neighborhoods, the unemployed are asked to take grandma for a walk. Euthanasia becomes accepted, doctors stop trying to treat every health condition.


What you expect:

They come in carrying black banners, they’re well organized and manage to stage a coup, implementing Shariah law and beheading your prime minister.

What happens:

You decide to stop saying certain things. It’s not worth risking and why would you incite violence by drawing cartoons? People arrive in large groups and we can’t blame them as they fled a war, so we’ll temporarily resettle them in hastily assembled communities. Temporary eventually becomes permanently. Police find it difficult to maintain order. They try to delegate this task to the local imam or certain elderly people, who look the other way as certain people try to impose their own laws on these communities. Every time the community riots, some concessions are made by the government–a new youth center, ceding a squatted building, anti-discrimination legislation (affirmative action) and “job opportunities.” Appeasement is nothing new. It’s what the French did with the Normans who landed over a thousand years ago, giving up land in exchange for not being raided.

Point being:

It’s there, but you have to look carefully for it. Nobody wants to admit collapse, but the signs are visible to all. It’s sugarcoated, it’s rationalized, it’s reinterpreted, it’s rebranded, but it’s there. We give undue importance to new small gadgets, we give new names to old concepts, we redefine growth, we present involuntary decisions as voluntary and it’s easy to fool each other as we do so.