Where are you now? I doubt you’re still at Miami as a 1800-present History professor. You’re probably holed up somewhere with guns and stockpiles and rations. You warned me about this crap in 2004. I was petrified, as I always have been, but deep down in my heart I didn’t want to believe it. But of course being the researchist I am I broke down and looked at the resources you gave me. I was literally frantic. Then my psychiatrist just told me to stop listening to the news. Heh. It brought some relief, that and benzodiazepines. But, I feel like you warned me. Or at least, in your own nut job way, tried to. I remember when I didn’t do so well on a history test (btw ADHD people SUCK at objective tests) you came up and said “I know you’re such a smart girl sara, why do you keep fucking up?” Which, may have been a tad inappropriate but I was fucking up. I had other things on my plate besides your conspiracy theories and your assassinations in U.S. History course that I voluntarily took on the regional campus over the summer? The Autobiography of Malcom X did make an impression on me though. When he hypothesized that Shakespeare and King James were the same person. I did buy one book though after all your scary history lessons. “
Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil – Michael C. Ruppert.
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