Monday, March 30, 2009

The End of the American Century

The US government is utterly corrupt to the core and beyond redemption. It is run by a shadow group of thugs and criminals...

The End of the American Century

Professor Michael T. Klare of Hampshire College and Human Rights Watch has
already received these references and thanked me, stating: "I especially
appreciate the additional references you sent - I will examine them
closely." ("A Planet at the Brink. Will Economic Brushfires Prove Too
Virulent to Contain?")

David S. Mason, Professor of Political Science at Butler University in
Indianapolis, has posted them on his personal blog.
("The End of the American Century")

Economic Depression and Systemic Collapse in America.

"My definition of an expert in any field is a person who knows enough about
what's really going on to be scared." - P. J. Plauger, Computer Language,
March 1983

The resources I've enclosed below are by credible people - professionals,
educators, journalists, policy makers, businessmen and nationally and
internationally recognized experts. For example, Joseph M. Miller retired as
a board member of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. One of his associates is a
physicist who worked for Control Data Corporation. The other, Marion Butler,
has a background as a CFO. Niall Ferguson holds a Chair in the history
department at Harvard.

There's an article by Israeli historian Martin van Creveld. Dr. Krassimir
Petrov is from Prince Sultan University, Saudi Arabia. Pranab Bardhan is a
professor of economics at Berkley. David Rosenberg is Merril Lynch's North
American Economist. Carmen M. Reinhart is a professor of economics at the
University of Maryland. Phil Howison is from Victoria University, Wellington,
New Zealand
. Professor Michael T. Klare's article is also included.

Most of the other resources were prepared by people with similar backgrounds.
Individually, and as a group, their work appears to lead to the same general
conclusion: Life as we've always known it is just about over.

The complete 'bibliography' is twenty-three pages long...and growing.

additional links:

"Economic Depression and Systemic Collapse in America."

"Beyond Conspiracy: Police State America."

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