July 6, 2012
from YouTube Website




A documentary on Michael Ruppert,

a police officer turned independent reporter

who predicted the current financial crisis

in his self-published newsletter.


'Collapse', directed by Chris Smith,

is an American documentary film

exploring the theories, writings and life story

of controversial author Michael Ruppert.


'Collapse' premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival

in September 2009 to positive reviews.




Propaganda perpetuated by former and current U.S. Presidents have claimed that clean energy will replace oil and set the economy straight however behind closed doors, the march toward further acquisition of oil reserves in foreign nations have been the back bone of recent wars involving the U.S. and Middle Eastern nations.

As peak oil looms in the background, the Global Elite use the might of the U.S. military to force regime changes in strategic areas of the world that benefit their interests and devastate the people of sovereign nations.

Before the oil runs out, the Global Elite plan on squeezing every last bit of money from the populations of the globe.


In order to do so, they must control the reserves. They accomplish this by warring with countries, devastating economies and imposing sanctions of independence through international mandates from the United Nations.

Keeping the general population dependent on oil is not just about paying for gas at the pump. Nearly all products are derived from oil in some form.


The downward spiral of oil reserves and desperate use of the resource could mean the end of industrialized civilization.









Society is built on the foundation of 'infinite growth',

the need to continuously expand in order to service a surging ocean of debt.


It depends on the ever burgeoning exploitation of natural resources.

Which is why governments and corporations are more concerned

with the last pockets of oil under the pole, rather than the ice on top of it.


It's why they're stripping the tar from the sand, and fracking the earth into oblivion.

Therein lies the problem.


That's why society is already in a state of slow motion free fall.

Because we live on a planet of finite resources, and the two ends no longer meet.


We've built foundations on sand and now the tide is fast flowing in.

Michael Ruppert




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