by Dmitry Orlov and Michael Welch
January 25, 2015
"They can't really grasp the fact
that everything they've built has
because their ideology forbids them from doing it.
So that's identical
with what was going on in the Soviet Union."
On the Global Research News Hour this week, we spend the hour
discussing the looming collapse scenarios facing the United States
with Russian-American engineer Dmitry Orlov.
Orlov's perspective on collapse is informed by his extended trips to
his former homeland before and during its collapse.
Orlov believes and states that the former Soviet Union was set up to
be resilient in the face of collapse.
This, he believes is not the
case in the US or Canada.
In this interview, Orlov also comments on the current situation
low oil prices, peak oil and its impact on agriculture
moves in alignment with China
overtures toward the EU
the Ukraine Civil War as Anglo-Imperialist Departure
...and much more.
Dmitry Orlov has written two books,
Reinventing Collapse: The Soviet
and American Prospects as well as the
Five Stages of
Collapse: Survivors' Toolkit.
Mr. Orlov is also the author of the
cluborlov.com and is a much sought after geo-political analyst.
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