A Reminder That People DID See The Crash Coming

January 26, 2010 at 9:04 am 1 comment

I am reading stories about how not many economists saw “The Crash” coming. Are you saying that all the punks I know are smarter than Wall Street and Washington analysts?

Of course it’s bullshit. Any smart person saw it coming, and the military started their peak oil campaign back in 2001. Venezuela – your oil is in our scope sights now!

There are many Americans working for peace, however. Remember – they track you with your cell phone, and you can eat dandelions!


Entry filed under: Activism, Creativity, Economic Collapse, Energy Crash, future, Gardening, Happy News, How To, Lawn Farming, Peak Oil, Permaculture, Personal Preparation, Police State, Solutions, Sustainability, Technology, Trends, Videos, War.

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  • 1. Corinne  |  April 16, 2010 at 4:12 am

    Love your site. We converted our suburban lawn into raised bed gardens about three years ago. Currently installing a small dwarf apple orchard. Everything you can do on your property is important, but even though we feel prepared at our home, our fears lie with the possibility of being displaced from it. That’s why we also practice learning about, searching for, and preparing wild edibles. This also serves as a wonderful supplement to home gardening. Just a suggestion to add some wild edible videos to your site. Keep up the great work.


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