Sunday, January 29, 2006

Predictions for the Year of the Dog

This is not intended to be horoscope, but might read a little fuzzy. Iā€™m writing it from the gut, not the brain.

Things get weird this year. The system of the world begins to break down.

Drought and Famine intensify. Many North Americans will remain oblivious, maintaining cluelessness through inertia. Except for the farmers. They know.

Even as the NeoCons are fully aware that it would be folly to attack Iran in any capacity, Iran is attacked. Gotta snort one more line of coke, cardiac arrest be damned. Triple bonus round ensues, all dollar values are doubled.


Around the time of the attack on Iran, U.S. Dollar has its support structure kicked out. Dollar plunges. Global Economy is flushed, and the U.S.A. is in the middle of the whirlpool. Alan Greenspan dies five minutes before this happens, peacefully drooling like a retard.


Energy infrastructure attacks continue and intensify. Pirates and Brigands rule Nigeria. (Not the oil companies; the other kind of pirates. Arr!)


In part due to the prior prediction, Peak Energy.

ā€œReserves are largely irrelevant to the peak. Production capacity is the important thing - how quickly you can get it out. It is an engineering problem, not a geological problem.ā€ (Michael Smith)

And I would add, as we edge up to depletion, the inability to maintain the flow of oil and methane, or delivery capacity, has the same effect, and can trigger a premature peak.

Hummer brand discontinued.

Plans to rebuild New Orleans as a Theme Park are solidified. Black homeowners have their ruined property bought out by predators. FEMA continues to bulldoze the skeletons, handy rule of thumb being 10 spines equal one confirmed dead. FEMA also starts making money on the side, selling curious ash trays.


Sam Alito confirmed in the United States; Roe v. Wade overturned.


Bush impeachment proceedings begin.

- Charles Fort


At 9:54 AM, January 29, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Best predictions I've seen yet. Short, sweet, and devastating.

At 9:38 PM, February 01, 2006, Blogger JMS said...


I might be wrong about the Hummers.

Hope springs eternal.


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