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Doug Casey's Perspective . . . . Where We Are
« on: November 04, 2019, 07:50:22 AM »
"Minneapolis will resemble Mogadishu, Miami might resemble Port au Prince more than even Havana, El Paso will be like Juarez, and Cleveland like Karachi. But things change. The colors of the map on the wall are running more than has been the case since the barbarian invasions of the 5th century."

"Trump’s acting as a catalyst for something resembling an actual civil war in this country. And I’ll draw your attention to the fact that the unpleasantness of 1861 to 1865 was not, in fact, a civil war. It was a war of secession, which is very different from a civil war. In a war of secession, one group simply wants to part company from another – not rule them. In a civil war, on the other hand, you’ve got two or more groups that are fighting for control of one government. That wasn’t the case in the War Between the States."

"Eventually the US will break up. Nothing lasts forever, and that includes the US. People who think this country is going to be even remotely the same in 50 years – forget about 100 years – aren’t thinking clearly. They certainly don’t have a grasp of the way history flows. The very fact that whites of European extraction will soon be a minority – both in Europe and the US – tells you something big is afoot. The new majority don’t share language, race, religion, values, or traditions with the old culture, or among each other. In fact they hold it in contempt – as do many whites."

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Governments don't want a population capable of critical thinking.
They want obedient workers, people just smart enough to run machines and just dumb enough to passively accept their situation.
 - George Carlin (1937 -2008)


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