Lately, Kunstler has been keeping a nervous eye on a particular facet of the fraud. In 'Thinking the Unthinkable' he writes:

"How bad is the situation ‘out there’ really? In my view, things are veering toward such extreme desperation that the US government might fall under the sway, by extra-electoral means, of an ambitious military officer, or a group of such, sometime in the near future. I’m not promoting a coup d’etat, you understand, but I am raising it as a realistic possibility as elected officials prove utterly unwilling to cope with a mounting crisis of capital and resources. The ‘corn-pone Hitler’ scenario is still another possibility — Glen Beck and Sarah Palin vying for the hearts and minds of the morons who want ‘to keep gubmint out of Medicare!’ — but I suspect that there is a growing cadre of concerned officers around the Pentagon who will not brook that fucking nonsense for a Crystal City minute and, what’s more, would be very impatient to begin correcting the many fiascos currently blowing the nation apart from within. Remember, today’s US military elite is battle-hardened after eight years of war in Asia. No doubt they love their country, as Julius Caesar and Napoleon Bonaparte loved theirs. It may pain them to stand by and watch it dissolve like a castle made of sugar in a winter gale."



  1. der juristische Begriff ist ein nachhaltig gestörtes Kognition

  2. While not the topic I wish to confer with you. I should like to commend you on the exactness of your prescience.

    “Just like your uncle Fred, you’re keen to philosophize with a hammer but incapable of offering a coherent vision for a future direction.

    I recognize and have explained a high-altitude ballistic trajectory of events. You merely presume that they can be deflected - somehow. You thus fail to grasp that one cannot “offer a coherent vision for a future direction”. The “future” was launched, long ago. Read your own Book as to forebodings of an eventual Apocalypse. Evidently you do not recognize all the eschatology of the Zeitgeist as symptomatic of self-recognition.

    Precisely, just so.
    There is implicit irony, or humour in a situation where the many lesser lights plead for plans, theorums and solutions, however banal, however stupid, as preferable to a clear look into the abyss.
    A situation similar to ‘hiding in plain sight’. There is a clinical term for this - cognitive dissonance, or perceptual disorder. It is a disease while highly contagious, is initially voluntary.
    The disorder has been deliberately cultivated - most can only function comfortably under it’s influence - discomforted only if symptoms wane... it is the active spirochete in the blood of the nationalist movements of the anglosphere.

  3. Good updates, NN. I haven't checked since the fall. I hope all is well on your end.

  4. Ehhhh sounds like wishful thinking. He essentially comes off as a Christian waiting on "God", to "right" the "wrongs".

    Unlike the names mentioned in the article, the American military is fraction-ed off(no one leader "in the shit" with the mass of his troops), non-homogeneous in race, culture, religion, politics, and a gawd awful lust for materialism, vice, and an all-around consume-tastic existence.

    There are no Julius Caesars' or 13th Legions' among the ruins. The solution(re-birth) ferments in the people who know this, not hypothetical hope-ology.