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Jim C.
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>The Dreadful Summer Wind  - James Howard Kunstler - 
Again Kunstler predicts doom. And we are clueless because, as he says, "...the deep woods of paranoia where our own failures will be projected onto the motives of others who mean to do us harm..." But projection can work both ways.

In addition, we find out that he is sorry for Obama -- despite the fact that he voted for him, as he admitted freely. But nonetheless he is pessimistic, "I just don’t see how the world financial system doesn’t blow up this fall, when the digested remains of the last miso-glazed oyster tidbit passes through the cloacal fundament of the prettiest girl in Sag Harbor." Not as poetic as T.S. Eliot bemoaning the Hollow Men, but still, at least verbally, an interesting juxtaposition of words.

Kunstler also assigns blame to the minimum wage of $8 as a way the elite "harass the rest of the people trying to go about their daily lives." So big government by Obama is not the solution, but big government by someone mandating a minimum wage triple or quadruple the existing one would be?

I give him two stars this week -- at least for dinging Obama.


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Début de l'article :The world is swiftly moving to the dangerous place where nations won’t be able to do business with each other because they don’t trust the institutions that control wealth, which includes central banks, commercial banks, and governments. It will happen when the purveyors of international commodities, oil especially, refuse to accept the letters of credit issued by untrustworthy intermediaries... Lire la suite
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