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When YOU CAN'T Work For Survival

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June 04, 2011 – Comments (10)

In the agricultural age...you grew your own crops, obtained your own fuel, and really had very little need for currency for survival.

In the industrial age...without currency, you can't get food and fuel and survival is almost impossible.  Just ask the millions of people in Africa starving to death everyday.

As more and more industrial functions become obsolete.....and replaced by digital technology...like the millions of postal workers around the world being replaced by eMail, twitter, and text messaging...

It will become harder and harder for people in the industrial age to survive under the current system.

Already labor's income as a percentage of the economy is at a historical low....

http://www.zerohedge.com/article/attention-marxists-labors-share-national-income-drops-lowest-history

and with food and fuel prices skyrocketing.....more and more in the industrial age are finding it increasingly difficult to survive.....

and when your labor can't get you the basic needs for survival....your only mathematical choice is FORCE absent someone giving you what you and your family need.

Alstry and UdderWorld.COM has been predicting GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL COLLAPSE SINCE 9.09.....POST 5/11 WE CAN SEE IT GROWING IN MORE AND MORE PLACES....

The drivers will be economic collapse, natural disasters, and conflicts....

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#1) On June 04, 2011 at 12:23 AM, Frankydontfailme (27.19) wrote:

Alstry, will explain why Sudan (from your website) will be a focal point in the udder world? Also, will you please explain (or link an explanation) of how this digital world will play out?

 Thanks 

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#2) On June 04, 2011 at 1:21 AM, alstry (35.03) wrote:

Sudan has enough arable land to feed all of Africa....

In the current Debt Based Industrial System....humanity would mathematically consume too much NONrewneable natural resources for the current world's population to consume like the relatively few who consume do now.

Just India and China would take us over the edge...they are already on the cliff right now with the limited growth they have so far...

This used to be Warren Buffett's primary concern...my guess is until he became good friends with Bill Gates and understood the power and influence of Digital Technology as you don't hear him talking about it anymore....and his son is in Africa improving agriculture techniques.

With Digital Technology like email, digital delivery of movies, books, newspapers, music....digital conferencing, digital school......one consumes almost no natural resources....

so what was once a mathematical constraint on human growth is now been circumvented by technology.....

But the stock market, and much of human functioning is still based on an Industrial Model....

That is why the transition from the Industrial Age to the Digital Age will be the most convulsive in history....and it will affect the entire globe in a relatively short period of time....

just like the tractor eliminated the need for over 90% of the farmers to move us from the agricultural age to the industrial age...but it took a much longer time frame for the adjustment.

At Udder World, I consult with physicists, neurosurgeons, attorneys, former public corporate CEOs and more....and over time more and more are seeing the light....and more agree this is the path we are heading down....

Stay tuned,,,the changes are just beginning....it is a very exciting time....but it will be very unsettling for many because the issue of property rights is very uncertain....especially for governments.

Consequently, conflict is a natural outcome during periods like this when many are scared and uncertain about the future.....

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#3) On June 04, 2011 at 1:33 AM, alstry (35.03) wrote:

The problem now is almost every industrial nation is economically or functionally bankrupt....including China, Europe and the U.S.....

In such a situation, absent massive changes in consumption habits.....the convulsive question is who gets to consume in a bankrupt world....often it takes a BIG fight to figure this one out.

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#4) On June 04, 2011 at 2:06 AM, alstry (35.03) wrote:

NOW THERE IS NO MONEY TO PAY GOVERNMENT WORKERS

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This is a real problem when most workers are paid by government.

Welcome to the Udder World....when the Industrial Age is bankrupt and digital solutions will drive humanities prosperity into the future.

In a system that is creating $40K per year jobs by borrowing OVER $700K per job...you know that is not sustainable anymore.

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#5) On June 04, 2011 at 9:43 AM, Frankydontfailme (27.19) wrote:

Ok, that makes sense. Is there anyway to protect yourself and your family under this scenario?

What do your recommend? Training in technology? Stockpiling food?

We will still need industry.... for oil to get places, to research, test and produce medicines.

 Agriculture....war, database storage...

 

I agree the world will be very different ( and scary) but I'm not convinced on your thesis 

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#6) On June 04, 2011 at 6:18 PM, Frankydontfailme (27.19) wrote:

Will you at least link me to a discussion of these ideas? I have to admit that I've been wrong in ignoring you. But if you won't go into to any depth what choice do I have...

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#7) On June 04, 2011 at 6:22 PM, alstry (35.03) wrote:

Continue ignoring or go to www.udderworld.com

I have also blogged thousands of times on Motley Fool Caps available on the archives

I don't charge anything for my perspective....I give it unconditionally out of love

I am also happy to engage in socratic discourse on any issue you raise....

Take care

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#8) On June 04, 2011 at 7:21 PM, jmlerche (< 20) wrote:

"With Digital Technology like email, digital delivery of movies, books, newspapers, music....digital conferencing, digital school......one consumes almost no natural resources...."

 I'd just like to mention that it takes a lot of energy to support all that digital infrastructure... a lot. 

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#9) On June 08, 2011 at 1:31 PM, Schmacko (60.43) wrote:

#2) "At Udder World, I consult with physicists, neurosurgeons, attorneys, former public corporate CEOs and more....and over time more and more are seeing the light....and more agree this is the path we are heading down...."

This implies that Udderworld actually offers unique content, which of course is a total lie.  All the site is a bunch of links to news articles... basically it's like opening up a typical alstry blog and stripping out all the text so that all is left is the hyperlinks.

#6 ) "Will you at least link me to a discussion of these ideas? I have to admit that I've been wrong in ignoring you. But if you won't go into to any depth what choice do I have..."

See above.  There is no actual content or discussion on the site.  It's just hyperlinks.  He spams here to try and drive traffic to his site most likely in the hopes that while there you'll click on links in the "deals" section thereby (again, most-likely) generate click-through ad revenue for him. 

Alstry somehow gets a high rec count here (though I think he probably supplies half the recs himself, but oh well), and I'm thinking the site is just a way to try and monetize that somehow.  It's gotta be a fairly low-bandwidth low-overhead site to maintain since, again, it's nothing but hyperlinks.  So, it probably doesn't take much ad-revenue to make the thing profitable.  Thing is the complete lack of content also means there's absolutely no reason for people to revisit the site or stay there longer than a minute or two... which again is prob why he's constantly trying to spam up traffic for himself by blogging on TMF. 

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#10) On June 08, 2011 at 1:47 PM, Turfscape (44.45) wrote:

Frankydontfailme wrote:
"Will you at least link me to a discussion of these ideas? I have to admit that I've been wrong in ignoring you. But if you won't go into to any depth what choice do I have..."

Engaging this particular "blogger" is a complete waste of your time. He has nothing of relevance or importance to say. He spews end-of-times, sky-is-falling nonsense with extreme frequency. But it is all meaningless nonsense. Personally, I don't think even he knows what he is truly saying most of the time.

Ultimately it will not help you in any way, shape or form to try to glean advice from this guy.

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