Predictions

On August 11, 2012 I wrote the following:

Based on Michael Rowbotham’s book The Grip of Death, I predicted an economically-induced sudden, synchronised environmental catastrophe that would wipe out grain and feedstock and cause food shortages and/or food price hyperinflation.  Well, here it comes.

This MUST occur due to residential property in the West gobbling up verdant fertile farmland.  So food is now grown in marginal soil, in marginal areas, with marginal fertility – and marginal rainfall.

We’ve basically concreted and bitumen-fucked our own food source.

If you want a definition of “malinvestment” – here it is.  We can put a robot on Mars but we won’t be able to feed ourselves.  That’s malinvestment via government intervention in the production and distribution of money.  Eggheads with Star Trek fantasies in government get the billions, but fertile farmland gets fucked over in a conversion to cheap apartment blocks.  We will soon be able to track the starvation via GPS on our iPhones.

Government control of capital distribution ALWAYS ends up in the bitter irony of high tech starvation.  Soviet Union.  Nazi Germany.  They all ended up with great government-funded technologies – and mass starvation of the ordinary people.

2013 is gonna get UGLY.  Hunker down.

This picture comes from Google, which is tracking the destruction from Sandy via GPS Satellite technology:

You can read about Google’s efforts to track the chaos here.

You really can now track starvation and chaos on your iPhone.

As predicted.

Don’t say you weren’t warned.

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