Apparently, the End Times are almost certainly due at the bus stop soon:
Soaring food, energy, and shelter inflation have led to what could be a new era of civil unrest worldwide. Pockets of unrest have been observed in Sri Lanka, Peru, Kenya, Ecuador, Iran, and Europe. New research forecasts a broader wave of discontent is just ahead.
“Only a significant reduction in global food and energy prices can arrest the negative global trend in civil unrest risk. Recession fears are mounting, and inflation is expected to be worse in 2023 than in 2022.”
Wow… I wonder if some giant, powerful nation could address both those issues simultaneously?
Naaahhhh they’re too busy rummaging in Melania Trump’s undies drawer.
And then there’s this little kettle coming to the boil:
Now, winter in Europe is rapidly approaching when homes particularly in northern Europe will need gas the most to keep their homes warm and one hopes the weather itself will be a mercifully temperate. As recession looms, the only thing overheating right now are prices. Unemployment will surely follow.
My fervent hope is that the popular response to this is to see politicians and bureaucrats dangling from lamp posts but sadly, that’s not gonna happen. More likely is that they’ll flee to safe havens, clutching suitcases full of our (looted) cash.
I’d take that outcome, now that I think of it.
But if you think all that’s bad, try this.
Aux barricades, mes amis!!!
*Sweet Meteor Of Doom, e.g. this one.
So this time the Germans, and the other NATO morons who agreed to get their power from the country their alliance was designed to protect them from, don’t have to invade Russia to experience a Russian induced winter.
My sympathy meter seems to have broken, caught fire, and been run over several times by a tracked vehicle.
What was it Lenin said about the rope they’d use for future hangings?
Especially since the whole green movement is really nothing more than another very slow acting poison administered by the KGB.
To be fair, if I had a choice between providing food and cheap energy for the world, or rummaging around in Melania’s underwear drawer, I’d have to think about it for a while.
The only time I’d want to rummage around in Melania’s undies would be if she’s wearing them.
The ‘peans, especially the Germans, were warned. Repeatedly.
It seems the new Brit PM chick at least has the balls that Boris lacked, and will reconsider the fracking ban.
Sure seems like this is all being done intentionally.
Wonder if the unrest will excuse an increase in leftist authoritarian (forgive the redundancy) activity to “protect society”?
To ask that question is to answer it.
The best part is when leftists decide to burn downtown Denver to the ground, it will be ignored. But if some Christians show up at a park saying “homosexuality is a Sin”, the armored cars will roll.
as we were instructed by Rham Emmanual, one of Barry Soteoro’s commissars, “Never let a crisis go to waste.” And dont forget their corollary, “If a crisis doesn’t exist, create one” and also “never let a crisis end on its own.”
And the clearly stated objectives and plans to produce more energy and grow more food are promoted by what western government that we can see?
Tick tock, time’s up – NONE of them yet, other than speaking about needing more fracking by that new broad in the U.K., which is going to be a pass the popcorn moment when the greenies realize what she stated means fracking in Kent and more offshore drilling as well as new nuclear plants.
Of course none of this is going to warm the UK this coming winter even if implemented immediately.
I miss the days of Scots in cowboy boots up in Aberdeen and Inverness. Funny, some even spoke in Texan.
We are entering a new time of religions, with the two big ones being both murderous and insane.
Islam and Environmentalism.
That is accurate, but you left out the D party brow nshirts, you know : ‘TIFA, BLM, FBI, DOJ, NEA though we can probably lump them in with the Enviro watermelons.
The Europeans have three options.
1. Let the peasants die of cold.
2. Go to war with Russia.
3. Withdraw sanctions on Russia.
Not difficult, unless you’re a politician.
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