Saturday, March 13, 2010

The 5 Stages of The American Empire Collapse

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Most great nations, at the peak of their economic power, become arrogant and wage great world wars at great cost, wasting vast resources, taking on huge debt, and ultimately burning themselves out.
~ Kevin Phillips, Wealth and Democracy, 2002

An English-born American artist who is regarded as the founder of the Hudson River School created a series of paintings he named The Course of Empires between 1833-1836. Thomas Cole’s paintings depicts the growth and fall of a city and is notable of reflecting today’s popular views about America, being on the way of an inevitable destruction. The painting series consists of 5 stages of the rise and fall of the empire.

Stage 1 – The Savage State


The first paintings reflects the savage land of the native Americans discovered by Columbus in 1492.

Looking at the first painting, you see the three decades of exploring the wild and expanding throughout the whole new continent – the whole new world.

During the 300 years of exploring and expanding the new world, in Europe Mayer Amschel Rothschild designs plans for the creation of the Illuminati and then entrusts an Ashkenazi Jew (Jews originating from Khazaria, who became Jews not by descent but by conversion of faith in 700AD) to lead the new occult: Adam Weishaupt, a German Jew who was outwardly Catholic. In 1774 the Illuminati was born in Germany, known as the Bavarian Illuminati and Adam Weishaupt was initiated into Freemason and began to implement the Illuminati masterplan for a new world order in a newly discovered land, America.

Illuminati was founded in America on May 1st, 1776. Two months later, the American Empire was born.

Stage 2 – The Arcadian or Pastoral State


The second painting shows how the inhabitants of the city cleared up the land, planted fields, and built a Greek temple. When Thomas Cole was painting this the President of the United States was Thomas Jefferson who just recently finished building the University of Virginia using classical Greek and Roman Architecture.

Looking at this picture imagine the beginning of the rise of the empire but also the collapse when the Rothschild gained control over the money supply of a nation. In 1790 Mayer Amschel Rothschild stated,

Let me issue and control a nation’s money and I care not who writes the laws.

A year later, the first central bank of America was founded whose money supply was controlled by Mayer Amschel Rothschild, the First Bank of The United States.

Stage 3 – The Consummation of Empire


The third painting showed a glorious city. The landscape is covered by a magnificent marble trading center. In the life cycle it is only midday. The overall look of the painting suggests the glorious peak of ancient Rome.

This is the time when the industrial revolution began and the groundwork for the modern US industrial economy was laid, just after the Civil War. A rapid economic development followed and an explosion of new discoveries and inventions took place. Coal was found in abundance, oil was discovered, large iron mines were opened.

During these times it was an epoch of the nations economic tycoons. This was the peak of the nations power, affluence and glory where leaders arose, ran about frenzied with imperial visions and sabotage themselves, their people and their nation. Although they had it all, more was never enough. Greed, arrogance and thirst of power consumed them.

According to Gerald Celente, there are only 6 words to wrap up the people behind the rise of the Empire, the consummation and the death of it later on: Princeton, Harvard, Yale, bullets, bombs and banks – the few elites that are running the Empire and leading the people into their own death.

Stage 4 – The Destruction of Empire


The fourth painting shows the action of the sack and destruction of the empire. The American Empire is currently on the way to this stage. Partly thanks to the Federal Reserve, with all the debts and deficit that it is facing, the coming destruction is inevitable.

In the book The War of the World, Niall Ferguson explains about the destruction in the 21st century as “the bloodiest in history, one hundred years of butchery.”

Besides the financial collapse, the American Empire will also experience collapse in unity. Back in Jan 2009, a Russian professor predicts the US disintegration by 2010. He said around end of June or July 2010 the US will break into 6 pieces with Alaska reverting to Russian control. Many thought of it as being the “music to the ears of the Kremlin” but the fact is that the CNN and Fox News just do not tell the world that the Russian professor’s prediction may come true as a growing number of states are already declaring sovereignty!

Too many Americans may not believe this but click on each state below to read yourself the declaration of sovereignty by each respective state: Washington, New Hampshire, Arizona, Montana, Michigan, Missouri, Oklahoma, California and Georgia.

Prof. Panarin predicted a Civil War after the disintegration of America, thus bringing the Empire into a stage that is “a far bloodier return to savagery” as suggested by relentless high-tech news cycle. Adding to Panarin’s prediction, if it really happens, Obama’s administration will end in violence. There will be no more US Presidential election in 2012. Extreme poverty, famine, and crime rates high will spread all over what is once a great nation. The destruction of American Empire will be there.

Stage 5 – Desolation


The final painting shows the moon rising over a desolate place. No living beings are seen. The once great city has been abandoned, the remains of their architecture is buried under mantle of trees, ivy and other overgrowth.

The final end of the Empire will be complete desolation. Whoever can leave before this all happens shall leave and never return. Just like the Jews in Europe fled to Canada and America before the Holocaust and never returned. The land will be left and will return into wilderness as it is written in the Book of Lamentations.

How deserted lies the city,
once so full of people!
How like a widow is she,
who once was great among the nations!
She who was queen among the provinces
has now become a slave.
(Lamentations 1:1)