Chris Hedges, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and former international correspondent for the New York Times writes, “What we are seeing is the beginning of a catastrophic breakdown of globalization. The world as we know it is coming to an end.
Most of us are reacting to the great unraveling by pretending it is not happening but events will implode right in our faces whether we like it or not.
The deadly convergence of environmental and economic catastrophe is not coincidental. Corporations turn everything, from human beings to the natural world, into commodities they ruthlessly exploit until exhaustion or death. The race of doom is now between environmental collapse and global economic collapse. Which will get us first? Or will they get us at the same time?”
Something astounding is going on and the elders in the Arctic Circle are telling us that even the position of the earth relative to the sun and stars has changed. NASA certainly is saying nothing about this but these elders are anything but idiots about their domain in the far north. It serves us to listen to these natives who live close to the earth, sun, moon and stars.
Many dramatic events are coming about and the day in January when the sun came up two days early in Greenland we should have taken more notice. World scientists could not come up with a reasonable explanation so none was provided but they did reject the idea that the earth’s orbit changed in any way. Since then we’ve seen a staggering number of signs indicating major changes are unfolding.
Something has provoked a profound alteration to conditions on our planet driving the atmosphere and earth into convulsion. The weather continues to be beyond worst-case-scenario expectations of weathermen everywhere.
Epic floods, massive wildfires, drought and the deadliest tornado season in 60 years are ravaging the United States, with scientists warning that even more extreme weather is on the way. From all points on the compass come reports of natural disasters. Life is getting extremely uncomfortable for earth’s populations as record heat, cold, rain and drought conditions are recorded.