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Why The Industrial World Is About To Collapse



November 02, 2011 – Comments (5)

In current Industrial economies, the majority of the world's population gets food, water, and shelter with money... without money people die
(air is still free because there is unlimited supply and it requires no human input for distribution)

politicians, bankers, students, soldiers, police officers, teachers, mothers, fathers, children

With 7 Billion People & The World Bankrupt
Zombulation To Innovation
Due incredible efficiency, technology is replacing tens of millions of jobs and bankrupting traditional industrial functioning globally.
For the first time in history, technology can sustainably deliver an unlimited supply of digital products anywhere in the world.


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#1) On November 02, 2011 at 6:16 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

As more goods and services become digital, expect more human jobs to be replaced.  Books, Music, Games, Post Office/Mail, Banking, Financial Services, Newspapers, Accounting, Education, Adverstising, Retail etc....

As more jobs are replaced, expect industrial nations to continue collapsing.

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#2) On November 02, 2011 at 7:51 PM, standridge (< 20) wrote:

You've got a point but should probably try and be a little more positive.

What's your take on blue collar jobs such as plumbers, electricians, concrete workers, brick masons, etc.?

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#3) On November 02, 2011 at 10:34 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

What is your take if few can pay them?  In Africa, there is a strong need for food, but little money to buy it...

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#4) On November 03, 2011 at 1:07 AM, oshiri (< 20) wrote:

Comrade StandR --

      My one criticism of Sempai Alstrymous is that he is too positive. Between you and me . . .

     The population of the United States is about 312 million. About 46 million people are on food stamps. The national debt is approaching $15 trillion and all the baby-boomers are set to retire.

     Hmm . . . how many "plumbers, electricians, concrete workers, and brick masons" will be needed when the social security/welfare/unemployment insurance ponzi schemes run their course?

     Its called a "thinning of the herd." 

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#5) On November 03, 2011 at 2:50 AM, FleaBagger (27.38) wrote:

Ah, I see. Once someone gets his own website, it's impossible to teach him any more about economics. For alstry's readers out there, please consider whether it is more plausible that Man's problem is the horse he is riding (or that the horse he is riding is going too fast) or, on the other hand, the gigantic vampire squid wrapped around his face, jamming its blood funnel into anything soft enough to be ravaged. The former is technology, the latter is parasite class of bureaucrats and their client banking cartel. Two different things; one bad, the other good.

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