Thursday, July 28, 2005

Preach Brother Preach

I love this piece. One of those " I couldn't have said it any better" things. I'm singin in the Choir.

Excuse me, what do we still make that the Chinese either can't make themselves or can't copy five minutes from now?

today's transient global economic relations are a product of very special transient circumstances, namely, relative world peace and absolutely reliable supplies of cheap energy. Subtract either of these elements from the equation and you will see globalism evaporate so quickly it will suck the air out of your lungs.

Three quarters of the world's oil is in the eastern hemisphere -- two-thirds of the total is in the Middle east alone. Guess what? All of it is a lot closer to China than it is to us. Some of it they can walk to. Do you have any idea how desperate for oil both China and America are going to be in five years? Do you have a clue how tapped out America's WalMart shoppers are going to be as jobs vanish and the value of a dollar craters in the face of runaway energy prices? Globalism is yesterday's tomorrow. The future is about living locally on a much smaller scale.

China is not tomorrow's geopolitical colossus, it's a geopolitical super train wreck waiting to collide with the reality of its environmental devastation, population overshoot, and energy starvation.

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Bloody Well Right! Amen Brother!!!!

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