The End of The Road documentary (YouTube clips here) that I have been advertizing on how the world as we know it will end soon—what I’m starting to call the eschaton—has been released this month. Instead of the grotesque waste of time in the nationalist community, “researching” the “truth” about 9/11, people should take heed that Edgar Steele advised all of us to storage food for at least a year, before he was put in jail.
Here there’s a miscellaneous collection of what can be read in several blogsites about the coming eschaton:
End of The Road portrays eleven influential commentators within the finance and investment communities, as they share their knowledge of our current financial structure. Through each of their narratives, a story is built which chronicles the current economic dilemma and paints a picture of the world’s financial future.
End of The Road is an insightful commentary narrated by some of the greatest financial minds living today.
With interviews filmed in London, Los Angeles, San Diego and New York, End of The Road features a vast range of experts including fund managers, philosophers, best-selling authors, radio hosts, government consultants and Members of European Parliament.
If you have been following my blog, it should be no surprise that I am strongly urging you to watch the following film / documentary. I just received notice from 100th Monkey Films that the End of the Road will be released via their site after presenting at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. I have been following and reporting on many of the commentators associated with this film. People like James Rickards, Edward Griffin, Peter Schiff and Mike Maloney.
These gentlemen have an intimate understanding of the ongoing Policies—read manipulation—Central Bankers have utilized in order to keep Currencies and Markets from imploding. If you are familiar with central banking you will have come to understand that all fiat currencies have gone to zero. This time it will be vastly different because it is occurring simultaneously, in the context of a Macro-Level, around the entire world.
From The End of the Road at 100th Monkey Films:
In 2008 the world experienced one of the greatest financial turmoils in modern history. Markets around the world started crashing, stock prices plummeted, and major financial institutions, once thought to be invincible, started showing signs of collapse. Governments responded quickly, issuing massive bailouts and stimulus packages in an effort to keep the world economy afloat.
While we’re told that these drastic measures prevented a total collapse of our system, a growing sense of unease has spread throughout the population. In the world of finance, indeed in all facets of modern life, cracks have started to appear. What lies ahead as a result of these bold “money printing” measures? Was the financial crisis solved, or were the problems merely kicked down the road?
B. Paul said…
It looks interesting but I’m not sure that it [the documentary] will have anything new for regular Collapsenet users. Perhaps it will be a good tool for friends/family, if it doesn’t come out to late. However, some Zombies will never get it, no matter what evidence they are presented with or how clearly, concisely and urgently it is presented.
Lydian Mode said…
I’m starting to wonder if some people aren’t supposed to get it. Maybe they’re the ones who are supposed to die off. Maybe they are missing a vital evolutionary gene or something that’s keeping them from realizing that they are living in a very dangerous time and should think about some options to help them survive. Who knows? I just hate thinking about all the innocent children who are dependent upon their Zombie parents for their survival. This is the part of collapse I really, really dread to see happening.
James Beckmeyer said…
Most people are far too busy and wrapped up with their lives to “get it.” What we want them to “get” sounds outright loony to them, and since few people want to believe in loony shit, they will never get it. This is a perfect set-up for a very hard fall—much harder than the Soviet Union whose citizenry, for the most part, had a belief system much more rooted in reality than the US.
This discussion reminds me of a quote I saw on video given by a late historian and political activist, which I’m paraphrasing here, “These people who tell you that they don’t believe the media… they believe the media.”