Apocalypse Survival Guide
Apocalyse Survival Guide: Helpful Hints for a Happy Ending
In the 21st Century we can no longer cling to the methods, beliefs and ideas that dominated the 19th! We must bring about the end of the world . . . of old ideas! This explains why this is true and how we can do it.
In this book the author challenges his 2002 readers to mark their calendars in anticipation of his predictions coming true within seven years. Time's up and all but the last two of many have occurred, and those seem to be hovering on the horizon.
The current Congressional chaos and the economic, religious, educational, and governmental disorder both at home and overseas are discussed here.
Their cause and how to "turn things around" are explained -- and what you can do to survive the free fall of systems that cling to 19th century ideas in the 21st.
"Capitalism, Socialism, Communism, Et.Al., are dying ideas. Their replacement has not yet been born, much less named!
"The democratic republic of today is unable to adequately govern in the speed-of-light world of international politics. Something new is evolving to harmonize global civilization with the music of the spheres.
"The future course of civilization will be determined by the eternal generation [ages 14-28]. This is not an optional choice; it is the Universal Process at work in planet earth -- coming, ready or not!
"I read somewhere that The Internet is designed to withstand a nuclear war. Unless things change, I hope it can also survive the chaos that will occur when independent groups of people divided by hate and greed rise up to destroy each other. If The Internet survives there may be hope for quickly establishing worldwide communication again after local electric power becomes available.
"If not, we survivors may have to salvage enough tools to work with -- or learn to manufacture and use the handy stone axe.
"Before a new system of justice is firmly established, life will be barbaric. Che Quevara's justice in guerilla life throughout the revolution that installed Fidel Castro was extreme and straightforward. Since no courts existed in the world of revolutionaries, and there was no money for prisons, the slightest infraction resulted in the death penalty. In the near future, urban guerillas may hold sway in many areas of The United States -- and mete out the justice of Che.
"Thousands, perhaps millions of people who have depended upon the capitalist economy throughout their lifetime will find themselves suddenly thrust temporarily into poverty. The length of the suffering time depends upon the speed of recovery from chaos. Those who have been supported by government programs will have to find other means of support. The prospect isn't cheerful.
"The world of post-capitalism doesn't seem attractive now, but it will be wonderful when the new economy catches on and the new more direct democracy begins. We can expect a lot of barter and volunteerism to help civilization grow out of chaos and anarchy.
"If I'm mistaken about all of this, I apologize! The watchword of the future -- beginning now -- is service. Instead of 'have a nice day,' we need to sincerely ask, "how can I help you?'"