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Monday, May 23, 2016

civil war II part 2


CIVIL WAR II part 2

In part one I pretty much just jumped into the civil war without much prelude, assuming one can see the same future as myself.  I guess that was a bit silly of me, since most folks future involves pretty much every fantasy stopping just short of Jetson’s flying cars and orbital cities tethered to something or other ( I’m not sure what the cartoon was implying-not that you care too much at seven years old.  Were the stand alone platforms a way to ease congestion on the surface?  Was this even Earth?  Was it another planet too hostile to live on? ).  We have everything from slow easy transactions into a happy tree-hugging permaculture to a quick rebound to a resource rich Republic after all the politicians and UN Blue Helmets and gangs of welfare scum are all resolutely decimated in a hail of semi-automatic gunfire.  Most likely our future ( or at least yours-I might be dead at the first sign of trouble.  Our clan doesn’t have too many genetic abnormalities but we do tend to work ourselves into an early grave, the heart performing its Yeoman service before crapping out from exhaustion.  My grandfathers followed this patter, with my father interrupting the cycle with non-manual labor, and I picked it back up ) is going to be a compilation of every worst case scenario you can fit into a play list of an Apocalypse. 

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We’ll start with an economic collapse, sprinkled with a bit of Gore Warming which will exasperate the problem with persistent draught alternated with fires and floods which will cause our already denuded soil to blow chunks at organics since the oil supply will be contracting ( what caused the economic contraction to begin with ) and less petroleum inputs will be available for farming ( we are already well into our “don’t worry about it for twenty years” future of substituting real petroleum for Fake Fuels such as fracking oil and tar sand and extra deep sea wells.  With Dakota drying up and shutting down and the annual 10-15% collapse of Mexican oil and the economic collapse of South America and the Canadian fields shuttered by too low prices, plus our own economic collapse as we are already into 2008 Redux causing our own oil companies to stop exploring, AND the unraveling of the PetroDollar-don’t think of THAT in any future sense as it is already ongoing-in a seeming sea of available oil we are going to see real shortages.  Just because Peak Oil didn’t unfold as prophesized doesn’t mean it isn’t suckling at the bloody rabid monkey rectum ).  On top of that throw in Empire Unraveling.

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American oil did allow for American Empire.  We picked on the small kids in the gang first, to achieve Pacific islands leading up to a naval advantage.  It was little accident that FDR was chosen as Head Puppet, as he had a solid background in navy affairs-well, as good as you are going to get for an East Coast Blue Blood Inbred Yankee Scumbag.  Once our water power and coal fired industrial economy goosed with Federal money and free resources from the Southern colonies got a dose of unlimited nearly free  petroleum, we shot up the list of Biggest Swinging Dingus at the empire game ( Germany was doomed from the start in both world wars due to lack of oil.  Britain diverted a lot more resources towards controlling middle east oil than to the trenches, leaving her colonial troops and France to take the worst of things.  This control allowed her empire to survive her initial coal dependence, and her bankruptcy, to get through the Second World War, but in the end had to pretty much sign over everything to the US to survive past that.  In the end, domestic petroleum was needed, not imported.  Hold that thought ).

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American Empire was composed of two parts.  Foreign nations played by our economic rules ( all those not in the Soviet Bloc.  It is my firm belief that we “leaked” the atomic secrets to Russia so as to continue the war by other means, keeping our war armaments in top shape ) which enriched the elite.  For instance, US farmers sold grain to villagers over sea’s so that dirt cheap commodities ( palm oil, coffee, cocoa, etc. ) could be grown instead of Little Brown People food.  Our farms sold our embarrassing surplus ( at the time, abundant fertile soil combined with mechanization yielded a cornucopia ) through the few grain giants which saw most of the profit rather than the independent farmer, and other corporations got near zero cost raw supplies.  The whole time, in exchange for a modest amount of taxpayer monies padding the bank accounts of Third World dictators, what money we did pay for those exports was given back as payments for loans for infrastructure developments in those very countries.  It was about as free of money as the Yankee industrialists got from the Reconstructed South, but on a non-soviet sphere global scale.

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The second part was comprised of controlling the home population.  I’ll continue with that tomorrow.  Yes, this is going to be a long convoluted journey.  Because, sure, longer length writing does help solve my problem with coming up with article ideas ( the writing is easier than the research and the conception ) but mainly because if you don’t understand our system for what it was, you have no possibility of understanding the direction we are headed.  Hang in there with me.

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6 comments:

  1. “I guess that was a bit silly of me, since most folks future involves pretty much every fantasy stopping just short of Jetson’s flying cars and orbital cities tethered to something or other ( I’m not sure what the cartoon was implying-not that you care too much at seven years old.”

    I think that most people today do have such a vision for what the future will be like. I recall when I was a kid, my mother got us kids a Disney encyclopedia set, circa early 1970's. One particular volume dealt with the future and technology, and back then, they did indeed anticipate a Jetson like future by the year 2000, which of course did not happen.

    I think that we really needed to concentrate our efforts early in the space race, to seek out future habitable star systems. We could have started out with Moon bases, and from there, used that as a platform to launch further exploration. Also, you have all that Helium 3 on the moon for further energy independence. It didn't happen of course, and now I'd say that it's too late for mankind. But it was probably the only hope for the long term survival of the species, assuming that you feel that the species is even worth saving. Looking around at my fellow man, I'm not feeling very hopeful, so perhaps it worked out for the best?

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    1. We'll survive this, just as we did the Toba volcano and other bottleneck Near Extinction Level Events. Unfortunately, it probably won't be me or you.

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    2. I agree James, mankind will not end completely so suddenly. But the only people that will survive the next major collapse will be those living way outside of the mainstream, such as the well stocked rugged Alaskan homesteader living 50+ miles from the nearest human, and has to fly into his roadless homestead.

      Long term survival of mankind was what I was referring to in my example. I think that there was a short window of opportunity following the early days of the space age, in which we had to make the most of that new found technology to further exploration. Having one planet is too much of placing our eggs in one basket, metaphorically speaking.

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    3. I don' even think m survival is a problem. Even a worse case Gore Warming return to a global jungle with the "wetbulb" issue of too high of humidity will see enough survivors ( the pigmies, for that environment ). The best thing that could happen for humanity would be a 99.9% die-off

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  2. A civil war has been brewing in this country since the 60s. It has been fostered by the government. It will not be the take America back type. What has happened is we have self segregated in to white black Hispanic rich poor protestants catholic Muslim. Each group is being picked off one at a time as a power block. The goal isn't to kill it is to vilify and render powerless with the help of the other groups.

    The confederate flag disappearing was to empower blacks and vilify whites and states rights. Muslims where thrown into the mix for everyone to hate next it will be black vs. Hispanics. A repeat of the civil war today could not happen as 1860 it would look more like 1776 . With out the hate people would turn on the politicians .

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    1. I hope the politicians realize there is plenty of hate to go around, and they are definitely included.

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