09 May 2010

Platform Collapse Image and Celente Video

Things beyond my sanctuary have not been pretty.

The oil spill in the Gulf is a terrible tragedy. I came across this image the Horizon collapse. It is the most dramatic that I have seen. It looks like something out of a science-fiction movie.

Sadly, they are still struggling to get things under control.  Crews Dealt Setback.
To think we can go about poking holes in the planet without suffering consequences is beyond naive.

I doubt there are many who are unaware of the 1,000 point intra-day collapse of the stock market last week. I think it was a warning shot across the bow of the Good Ship Lolly Pop. The so called recovery we have been hearing about is nothing but propaganda. There is no recovery and the worst is yet to come.

Below is a Gerald Celente video you should watch. Celente has proven himself time and again to be extraordinarily prescient.

I realize this post is a little off topic but I thought these items might be of interest. I personally believe the economy and the stock market are going to go the way of the Deepwater Horizon. If you aren't prepared for this I suggest you get busy.

©Kinsey Barnard


commoncents said...

Thank You for posting this! I love your blog!!

Common Cents

ps. Link Exchange??

Kinsey Barnard said...

Yes, on the link exchange.

Dave said...

When you were posting that picture of the oil rig on fire I was working on our dock at Flathead, taking time every few moments to look at the Mission Mountains. The sun came over the Missions behind a certain peak. Tomorrow, it will move north, until the Summer Solstice, when it will start moving south again. I thought at the time that someone coming to this place a thousand or a hundred thousand years from now will be able to discern the date or season by observing which peak the sun chooses. That's why I have faith that no matter how stupid human frailties become, no matter how unstable the stock market becomes, and no matter how good or wicked our government becomes, the sun will pick the same mountain on the same day every year. We are well advised by the picture and sentiment you express, but the earth will endure.

Kinsey Barnard said...

I totally agree with you Dave.