January 06, 2010
– Comments (5)
"the crash of 2010"
"the sloppy look is out, the elegent look is in...your looking at a time when people will be fighting for employment"
"an interesting trend neo-survivalism"
"survivalism in everyway possible...more and more tightly connected to your neighbor"
"New trend Not Welcome Here"
"China will become a paria"
"going to see more and more made in your country movements"
"a good time for local manufactures"
"the end of TV networks"
"everything will be transmitting to the wide screen TV"
"we will see the end of CBS, ABC, NBC"
"people are going to start looking for real news"
All hogwash, except for these two (which are essentially the same):
Ugh! I thought I agreed with Celente by and large, but he's in favor of trade protectionism? That is fundamentally ignorant. Making everything within your own nation makes no more sense than making everything within your own home. Do you know how to make a computer out of hydrocarbons, copper, and silicon? No? You let others do it for you, don't you? Why not let other nations make some of our stuff for us, too, if they can do it cheaper? It's one thing if Kunstler is right and that becomes impossible, but it's an entirely different thing altogether if we impoverish ourselves to help out inefficient domestic manufacturers.
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