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All heil the new Empire which is, (drum roll), which is (another drum roll), which is, I think (slowing drum roll), where the %^$£ is the next empire?? (drummer walks away angry).. :blink:

Mark Twain might have had something to say about persistent rumours. When their GDP lags the rest of the G20 it might have some cred.

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All heil the new Empire which is, (drum roll), which is (another drum roll), which is, I think (slowing drum roll), where the %^$£ is the next empire?? (drummer walks away angry).. :blink:

Mark Twain might have had something to say about persistent rumours. When their GDP lags the rest of the G20 it might have some cred.

When the king dies and their is no heir apparent is it not the norm that the contenders fight it out for the crown?

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When the king dies and their is no heir apparent is it not the norm that the contenders fight it out for the crown?

True.

Japan is still gettng over WW2. The Chinese are not interested in invasion as the Huns are still passive in Mongolia. The Germans are not ready. Russia is incapable of doing much other than funding terrorist groups that oppose the West. We are worse than useless unless we had a good 20 years to build up our army. The Italians, well, go back 2000 years and maybe yes but they have had their day.

Who is left? The world's great Empire Builders* are all long since over any ability to redo it over again.

In more or less historical order: Babylon, Egypt, Persia, Greece/Macedonia, Rome, Great Britain-US (Anglo Empire).

Temporary flash in the pans: Japan, Germany-Austria, France, Russia (post WW2)......

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True.

Japan is still gettng over WW2. The Chinese are not interested in invasion as the Huns are still passive in Mongolia. The Germans are not ready. Russia is incapable of doing much other than funding terrorist groups that oppose the West. We are worse than useless unless we had a good 20 years to build up our army. The Italians, well, go back 2000 years and maybe yes but they have had their day.

Who is left? The world's great Empire Builders* are all long since over any ability to redo it over again.

In more or less historical order: Babylon, Egypt, Persia, Greece/Macedonia, Rome, Great Britain-US (Anglo Empire).

Temporary flash in the pans: Japan, Germany-Austria, France, Russia (post WW2)......

Central banking IS the new imperialism

Why involve yourself in the messy business of war when you can control the global systems of credit instead

Wasn't this the whole idea all along?

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Japan is still gettng over WW2. The Chinese are not interested in invasion as the Huns are still passive in Mongolia. The Germans are not ready. Russia is incapable of doing much other than funding terrorist groups that oppose the West. We are worse than useless unless we had a good 20 years to build up our army. The Italians, well, go back 2000 years and maybe yes but they have had their day.

Who is left? The world's great Empire Builders* are all long since over any ability to redo it over again.

In more or less historical order: Babylon, Egypt, Persia, Greece/Macedonia, Rome, Great Britain-US (Anglo Empire).

Temporary flash in the pans: Japan, Germany-Austria, France, Russia (post WW2)......

Give it 15/20 years, US power is on the wane and China will be the challenger

http://www.andrewerickson.com/2010/08/china-testing-anti-ship-ballistic-missile-asbm/

"... Open source data offer significant evidence that China has prioritized and is proceeding rapidly with anti-ship ballistic missile (ASBM) development. A variety of Chinese sources have stated a desire to demonstrate the ability to threaten carrier strike groups (CSGs). There are a number of indications that China may have reached the point that it is able to conduct some fairly sophisticated ASBM tests. While system components may be tested separately, and on the ground in many cases, a fully integrated flight test is likely to be necessary to give the PLA confidence in approving full-scale production and deploying ASBMs in a full operational state. At some point, such tests would be a necessary step to reach the next level in ASBM development–and to attempt to use the ASBM as a deterrent.

A 16 August 2010 background briefing by a Senior U.S. Department of Defense official indicates that China still needs to successfully integrate its ASBM with C4ISR in order to operationalize it:

“We continue to be concerned about their efforts to development this—this particular system. I would say the primary area… where we see them still facing roadblocks is in integrating the missile system with the C4-ISR. And they still have a ways to go before they manage to get that integrated so that they have an operational and effective system.”....."

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Max Keiser

some truths - but whats his real plan

what are his views on carbon tax

Not very supportive of carbon tax. I don't think he even agrees with MMGW.

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Not very supportive of carbon tax. I don't think he even agrees with MMGW.

Max is a fervent believer in MMGW and, as an earlier commentator noted, pushes his own little agendas on the sly

He's the Alex 'The NWO's going to eat your baby!!' Jones of the financial world. Very good at ranting about the enormity of the crimes being committed. Not so good at suggesting any solutions. After listening to Keiser strutting his stuff for a little while the average listener will be left feeling powerless, and depressed. It's a tried and tested formula

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Not very supportive of carbon tax. I don't think he even agrees with MMGW.

You have got to be joking? They push both ideas at every opportunity.

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If ever your in a room with Max & he clear his voice to sing, then either hit him quickly or run to the door!

Max singing is like waking up next to Chelsea Clition!

Mike

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Max is a fervent believer in MMGW and, as an earlier commentator noted, pushes his own little agendas on the sly

You have got to be joking? They push both ideas at every opportunity.

oops, just checked and I was wrong and you seem to be right. ;)

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When the king dies and their is no heir apparent is it not the norm that the contenders fight it out for the crown?

Well I fancy a pop at it.

Just need a few lads. Is anyone up for a ruck?

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Max is a fervent believer in MMGW and, as an earlier commentator noted, pushes his own little agendas on the sly

He's the Alex 'The NWO's going to eat your baby!!' Jones of the financial world. Very good at ranting about the enormity of the crimes being committed. Not so good at suggesting any solutions. After listening to Keiser strutting his stuff for a little while the average listener will be left feeling powerless, and depressed. It's a tried and tested formula

alex jones

another one with a hidden agenda

so what to do?

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oops, just checked and I was wrong and you seem to be right. ;)

actually, we might both be right. I should have written...

"Keiser is a fervent promoter of MMGW"

whether he personally believes it or not is an altogether different question

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alex jones

another one with a hidden agenda

so what to do?

Carry on as we are

The Internet hasn't been around for very long in the scheme of things and people are still learning how to assimilate all that information they now have access to

In spite of all the shilling that's going on out there people, some people anyway, are learning to be discriminating, to think critically for themselves and to reach their own conclusions

Early days...

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Well I fancy a pop at it.

Just need a few lads. Is anyone up for a ruck?

That's pretty much the way things work. Don't forget to say that you are only doing it because it's God's will and your birth right.

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I used to think so

you need to dig deeper

thats not to say some of the stuff he says isnt correct - it is

He and the lovely Stacy are obviously Commies.

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True.

Japan is still gettng over WW2. The Chinese are not interested in invasion as the Huns are still passive in Mongolia. The Germans are not ready. Russia is incapable of doing much other than funding terrorist groups that oppose the West. We are worse than useless unless we had a good 20 years to build up our army. The Italians, well, go back 2000 years and maybe yes but they have had their day.

Who is left? The world's great Empire Builders* are all long since over any ability to redo it over again.

In more or less historical order: Babylon, Egypt, Persia, Greece/Macedonia, Rome, Great Britain-US (Anglo Empire).

Temporary flash in the pans: Japan, Germany-Austria, France, Russia (post WW2)......

You missed out Spain. Rather impressive legacy. And China is an empire.

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True.

Japan is still gettng over WW2. The Chinese are not interested in invasion as the Huns are still passive in Mongolia. The Germans are not ready. Russia is incapable of doing much other than funding terrorist groups that oppose the West. We are worse than useless unless we had a good 20 years to build up our army. The Italians, well, go back 2000 years and maybe yes but they have had their day.

Who is left? The world's great Empire Builders* are all long since over any ability to redo it over again.

In more or less historical order: Babylon, Egypt, Persia, Greece/Macedonia, Rome, Great Britain-US (Anglo Empire).

Temporary flash in the pans: Japan, Germany-Austria, France, Russia (post WW2)......

on the contrary.europe is about ready.

of course the best way to seal dominion would be to have the respective potential opponents(namely the US,russia and china) become embroiled in a war that exterminates all 3 similtaneously.

hence why most of the EU will be(attempting to) sit on the sidelines when the stuff in the middle east really heats up...even though it was europe that initially started it by proxy....not going to be entirely successful,as a lot of the EU is in very close proximity to the mad mullahs.....and as such all infidels are to be exterminated.

the EU of course,when it comes under such a potential threat will absolutely demand centralisation of military and economic power in order to have a co-ordinated response....at present the democracy bit gets in the way of what would be deemed a desireable unified action against a threat of magnitude.

....the US will also be undergoing similar,but opposite actions for the purpose of fragmenting a cohesive response...this will probably be done by "cells" throwing a few spanners in the works and tring to instigate multi-faction race/idealogical wars within the US own borders.

...the US may,if it can avoid confrontation with russia and china,actually be holding a trump card,because they are not really heavily at risk from a direct invasion.....unlike the soft underbelly of europe.

islamic forces coming to rally the troops agains "crusaders" could quite easily muster a few million troops,that's before the sleeper cells which would be primed to destabilise host countries a few months/years prior to such an attack.

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on the contrary.europe is about ready.

of course the best way to seal dominion would be to have the respective potential opponents(namely the US,russia and china) become embroiled in a war that exterminates all 3 similtaneously.

hence why most of the EU will be(attempting to) sit on the sidelines when the stuff in the middle east really heats up...even though it was europe that initially started it by proxy....not going to be entirely successful,as a lot of the EU is in very close proximity to the mad mullahs.....and as such all infidels are to be exterminated.

the EU of course,when it comes under such a potential threat will absolutely demand centralisation of military and economic power in order to have a co-ordinated response....at present the democracy bit gets in the way of what would be deemed a desireable unified action against a threat of magnitude.

....the US will also be undergoing similar,but opposite actions for the purpose of fragmenting a cohesive response...this will probably be done by "cells" throwing a few spanners in the works and tring to instigate multi-faction race/idealogical wars within the US own borders.

...the US may,if it can avoid confrontation with russia and china,actually be holding a trump card,because they are not really heavily at risk from a direct invasion.....unlike the soft underbelly of europe.

islamic forces coming to rally the troops agains "crusaders" could quite easily muster a few million troops,that's before the sleeper cells which would be primed to destabilise host countries a few months/years prior to such an attack.

Bravo!

are you a writer on Spooks? If not you should be.

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