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Sunday, October 28, 2012

UN 2012 World Economic Outlook

So how does this stack up to the fears of martial law being implemented after a collapse here?  Is that alarmist or not?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think that's one of the major steps outlined by the implementers of the NWO: draining the world economy. Then, have certain powers step in a "save" the world. The solution proposed would be globalization, handing even more control to the hidden hands that pull all the strings. As if they already don't have too much power!! We've come a long way since 1970. Back then, we were coming off of love your neighbor vibes, and the civil rights movement was making ground. It looked like we were headed into a very confortable and liveable future that included all kinds of freedoms. But now all I see is layers of trash, trash sticking up for trash, and even more pollution problems as well as a collapsing economy.

Things certainly looked good in the early 70's, though, despite certain movies cropping up in the 70's that forshadowed the corporate control and destruction of cultures.

But the thing is, nobody took sci-fi movies and novels and other "Bleak future" movies/novels seriously. After all, it was fantasy, a technological fiction.

Amazing how accurate Orwell was. I think he had more of a gift than he was letting on. We were too busy loving one another and being high on life to see or care what was coming in the future! I think movies like Exorcist, Poltergeist, and Amityville Horror, while very farce-like, still have lots of symbolism and metaphors that reflect the evils of the shadowy world. Like the kids in the Amityville tales who befriend this "pig" named "Jodie" who only they can see and is trying to deceive them. It's pretty darned scary when you think of what those stories are truly based on. They simply disguised it to make it appear like they were talking about one house or one possessed person.