Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Michael C. Ruppert on Occupy, Peak Oil, Environment and The Shift

submitted by Gabrielle Price

12/17/11 - Occupy Fear and Loathing Media Tour:

The Refreshment Center's Gabrielle Price interviews Michael C. Ruppert at his home in Sebastopol, California.  We talk about Occupy and how the collapse of industrial civilization is coinciding with the most dynamic protest movement since the 60's.  Mike touches upon geopolitics, energy depletion and environmental issues that humanity faces and the spiritual awakening that is taking place globally.  He also shares his experience of the Occupy camps, the women of Occupy and the many veterans who support the movement. [We also verify that no animals were harmed during the making of this film...].

For more information about Michael Ruppert's work, please visit http://www.fromthewilderness.net and connect some dots.



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1 comment:

  1. My most immediate fear is the pending cat 6 hurricane you know it is going to occur. FEMA has already distanced themselves from disaster survivors the G just can't afford to rebuild people at the rate they are being destroyed. This is just the tornado people they are relatively few compared to the multitudes that will be displaced when a cat 6 comes to pass. We had an additional insurance that provided the coverage for us it has been cancelled by the insurance company the policy provided $2K housing allowance to take the slack as we rebuilt.The only affordable home that is needed that can survive this sort of disaster is the concrete dome home and we can't get loans for them this has placed the homes at an all time low price a one bed room under $12K. After the housing bubble it has gotten worse lending has nearly dried up we can build it here but I just can't get the loan. I have combined credit of 780 so it is not my rating. These homes are green too they have hardly any waste projected to last 500 years use 1/3 the energy of traditional home. These are the homes that can be supported by solar power alone. If we had the ability to dig basements here I would not need the dome home but here you dig 6 inches you have water. If we have the run away methane issue you can kiss 90% of the coast line good bye the new coast line will be somewhere around Baton Rouge most of Florida will be in the ocean.

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