From the book The Essential Secret of the Jews, M. Brushtein
While the force majeure affected individual members of humanity or even individual countries, this could be tolerated. But now, beginning with the 20th century, the situation started to deteriorate. Now, forces majeures “catch” not individual countries, but whole hemispheres.
Let’s recall Chernobyl, the latest earthquake in Japan, the oil accident in the Gulf of Mexico. However, the mentioned disasters are rather random in nature, which we associate with reasons beyond the control of man. Thus we seem to wash our hands of and say that we are not to blame.
However, a long time ago things began to change. We have encountered forces majeures, that is, unpredictable events, in the systems, invented by us and managed by us in the financial, economic, health, education, and other systems.
Now we cannot say that irrational nature spoils our lives. It turns out that we are wrong somewhere. The problem is compounded again by the extent of the consequences.
The worst thing is that we cannot find the guilty and we don’t know what to do.
The heads of central banks have responded to criticism of their too aggressive monetary policy. They admitted that actually they run the economy blindfolded and just do not know what will happen next, writes the Financial Times.
Despite these statements, the perpetrators of the crisis are sought. There are not so many versions. Most often the West, or rather the USA, are accused. At the same time, it is difficult to imagine that the West is currently directing such things.
Leonid Nikas, director of a primary school in Athens, was was used to the fact that children in the school yard play, laugh and dream about the future. But recently a completely different picture, which previously he could not imagine, appeared before his eyes: children were looking for food in garbage cans; those who are in need, ask their richer friends to share leftover food, writes The New York Times.
The Director-General of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC),Yves Daccord, the German news agency DPA reports, compared the current situation in the Old World with the events of almost seventy years ago. Such a large-scale operation to provide food aid in Europe has not been seen since World War II. (Expert Online)
According to the study, ordered by the European Commission, only from 2008 to 2010, the number of victims of European slavers increased by 18 percent – from 6309 to 9528 … people.
According to official data, in theses three years, 23,623 people have been recognized as victims of human trafficking…
Two of the three victims were forced into prostitution, and the rest were used as cheap or free labor, were forced into illegal activities, forced to become organ donors. (Russian Germany)
Of course, we can say that Americans do not care about what is happening in Europe – their concerns are more important to them. We can say that they are villains. But they are not crazy though. Really, don’t they care what’s going on in their homes?
“Large U.S. cities that the rest of the world used to look at in envy are now being transformed into gang-infested hellholes with skyrocketing crime rates. Cities such as Chicago, Detroit, Camden, East St. Louis, New Orleans and Oakland were once bustling with economic activity, but as industry has fled those communities poverty has exploded and so has criminal activity. Meanwhile, financial problems have caused all of those cities to significantly reduce their police forces. Sadly, this same pattern is being repeated in hundreds of communities all over the nation. … There are approximately 1.4 million gang members living in America today according to the FBI. That number has shot up by a whopping 40 percent just since 2009. “ (Michael Snyder, “Large Cities All Over America are Degenerating into Gang-Infested War Zones”)