Saturday, May 10, 2008

Pilots Claim Airliners Forced to Fly with Low Fuel
Unlike the airlines, demand destruction marches on, even with low fuel

Congressman Linked to Voter Fraud and Chinese Espionage
The Military's Plan to Regrow Body Parts
Right-wing Call for Violence in Denver

U.S. Department of Justice: International Criminals Launder Billions of Dollars Through Financial Institutions and Invest Profits in Publicly Traded Companies

Mobsters Gain Foothold in Global Markets
Virtual Strip Searches
Your Internet Provider is Watching You
Enhanced Tracking Technology May Propel Adoption of RFID
Iran Accused of 9/11 Theories
From the 'Politics makes strange bedfellows' department

Hundreds of EPA Scientists Report Government Interference
The Incredible Shrinking Terror Case



Chris XVX said...

Regarding the lack of privacy on the internet: I have seen Amorware on FTW and the blog for years but does it really work and if so how do you know that it works?

A peon said...

Good afternoon everyone.I just wanted to point out that the link to the site isn't working.I am also somewhat confused by the caption which state "Right-wing Call for Violence in Denver" After browsing a bit at the site,I see nothing there calling for,or advocating violence,unless it is a failure on my part to read between the lines.

Here is a link to a page on their site titled: Statement of Non-Violence & Principles

Rice Farmer said...

Carolyn Baker today ran an article that backs up my (and JW Fearman's) exhortation to get out of the city.

"Mobsters without borders" -- This just kills me. The biggest mobs are governments themselves. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black!

A peon said...

Say it ain't so:

High oil prices rekindle oil production in Mo.

Butch said...

Rice Farmer-- the Carolyn Baker link doesn't work.

Rice Farmer said...

I just tried the link, copied from here, and it worked fine.

FTW admin said...

Jim G. wrote:


Thank you for continuing to publish articles on the Blog at the old FTW Web site. I really miss all the great articles that used to be published by FTW on an ongoing basis, but through your work you still give those of us who have loved FTW some great information and you make us feel that FTW is still alive.

I had been trying to find a way on the Blog to thank you personally and couldn't see one, but I found this article on your testimony on all that happened at Ground Zero, and your E-mail address was included at the bottom of it:

Thanks again!

Chris XVX said...

Finally got a chance to read MCR's update. It's great to hear he's doing well.The predictions have been accurate and ahead of the curve as they have been for all the years I read FTW. Although I'm decades younger, I've been feeling lately the way he does. I'm the only one out of all my family and friends who's educated on the subject of Peak OIl(and Peak Everything) and who's willing to relocate. ..

I guess that since he's back in LA instead of living a sustainable life in Oregon, we can spot him driving down Wilshire Blvd. in his new Hummer on his way to Wal-Mart. Just Kidding. All the best to you Mike, You deserve it!

D! said...


I first saw Mike speak on April 2, 2003 and have been a close follower of the ideas and scenarios laid out by Mike, FTW, and those with similar views. My whole family has essentially disregarded everything I have ever mentioned...which is a horrible decision in my opinion. Although I have learned a valuable lesson about what "family" really means while being concerned about THE FUTURE. My family will probably be the people I end up living with on some property somewhere around say, the Pacific Northwest - it's in the works.

And just to be a pest, there are no Wal-Marts in Beverly Hills, there's one off of the 210 past Monrovia and another down towards City of Commerce.

Rice Farmer said...

US helps perfect high-tech surveillance state in China.

Actually, this is nothing to be surprised about. Go to my blog and search for the term "China Model." I have been saying for a long time that the US (which likes to lecture China about human rights) is actually working hard to implement the China Model at home.

gaelicgirl said...

Signs of the times: two articles from today's NY Times, both on the effects of Peak Oil on the airlines (although they don't express it quite as directly as that):

The other one is on the front page of the online Times, and is about American Airlines: it's planning to take 85 planes out of service, and eliminate free checked baggage, instituting a $15 fee. Both of these stories fulfill James Howard Kunstler's predictions of the demise of the airline industry with the onset of Peak.

Rice Farmer said...

Japanese banks take huge subprime hit.

"Losses incurred due to subprime loan-linked securitized products have snowballed. The combined losses of the six banking groups reached 980 billion yen, with Mizuho Financial Group Inc. topping the list with a 645 billion yen hit. The combined subprime losses are more than triple an estimate made in November."