Wednesday, August 23, 2006

The Silent Crash of the Empire

You don’t have to be educated or informed or knowledgeable about the course of current events, to feel what is happening. Those among us, who have extraordinary intuitive abilities, have felt it for a long time. The signs and feelings are starting to become recognized by many people. It’s as if we have been riding this slow moving glacier of an empire and wake up one morning, to the smell of sea air. What masquerades as a fresh sea breeze, really signals the end of our ride and beginning of our crash into the sea. When you wake up in the morning, go outside, and see if you smell the sea air. Turn off the lies from the TV, use the newspaper to line the bottom of your birdcage, substitute music for radio brainwashing and see if you smell the sea air. Because the crash of the American Empire, into the sea of history is drawing near. You can smell it in the air.

Sunday, August 06, 2006

The Silent Revolution

Rising from the ashes of their own funeral pyre, the workers of Argentina, reject their global economic fate and began their silent revolution:

The Silent Revolution

ONE MORNING IN JUNE 2002, a group of twenty unemployed factory workers gathered on a treeless sidewalk in downtown Avellaneda, an industrial suburb of Buenos Aires. They came loaded with poles, plastic sheeting, scrap lumber, and rope. In short order, they raised a tent before a nine-story brick factory known as the Cristalux Glassworks. The factory, recognizable by its billboard-sized bas-relief of a worker blowing glass, had once employed a workforce of twelve hundred. Now it stood abandoned and shuttered. Read entire article here.

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