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  • Fri, Jan 08, 2010 - 01:07am

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    Re: Depression and Marriage Problems Since Taking the Red …

[quote=Davos]

I thought I had imparted (maybe I did but did it with my usual clear as mud way) that my opinion is that we are past the point of getting a “Manhattan Project” of real geniuses (CM, Shiff, Puplava, Martin, Rogers, Faber, Clemente etc)  together to figure out how to transition to that proper management of resources you talk about.

The way I see it is when I take a journey, which is what this is, I use a map and plot a course. Without that map I don’t see this happening. We have leaders in denial, leaders thinking this is just a bad recession. Basically a bunch of smart folks who are acting clueless.

My concern is that when they wake up to this they will wake up to it too late and manage it like they manage deer populations that have gotten out of hand.

I’m angered to see we have a guy in the White House who has the right guiding principle, “Let NO crisis go to waste.” This is a crisis that could clean up our planet and give everyone a great family life. Apparently the guy knows how to turn bad into good but couldn’t find a crisis if his life depended on it.

There is some serious irony there. No?

But, with all respect: I don’t have high hopes of their managerial skills when it comes to resources. If they can and do identify the problem, annunciate the problem and then form a plan I will then only worry about if there is enough time left to enact the plan. Humans are really smart but we sometimes make some whopper mistakes.

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I can’t disagree with anything you say here except the part about not making yourself clear.  You did and, as far as I’ve seen, virtually always do.