Michael Ruppert On Credit And Debt
I find myself in a situation again, where I don't have much to say. For a decade now, I've been harping on my theories of how the breakdown from Peak Oil will play out. I have been dismayed again and again, that these events are as predictable as they have been. I've been off on a detail here and there, but the trend continues. Some of you likely remember when I argued that the housing boom would finish with a bail out.
I'm not special, or psychic. I simply try to find patterns in history and understand what drives them. Long ago I learned that life doesn't care what I think about it. Things happen, whether I like them or not. I think this is a lesson that people had to learn the hard way during the Great Depression.
Most of the arguments I've gotten through the years, to any of my prognostications is that people don't like what I say. It's not a matter of whether they make sense, or whether they are logical, that doesn't matter. The gut reaction is to recoil, because an examination of our path is unpleasant.
Friends often would ask me for advice. Thank me. Do what they already wanted to do. Then tell me they should have listened. Or tell me I was right, but for the wrong reasons, so I was wrong. So I don't give out advice much anymore.
I'm just the kooky neighbor with a garden and chickens.
And I've added 20 new chicks. I got 21, but one escaped, got through the fence, and the dog got it before I could. We may be roasting a 50lb dog if these keeps up...
It's been a week and we haven't lost anymore. This time I got full sized birds. The daddy of the Blue Laced Red Wyndottes weighed 14lbs. I'll keep a rooster or two out of that set. This should keep the cats out, and keep the dogs from causing many more problems.
We'll get too many roosters, so I'll be eating a few. This might be a good winter to be planning meals like this in advance.
Michael Ruppert weighs in on the current economic breakdown and what to do.