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September 3, 2005

United States Apocalypse Threatens Entire World, Food Crises Looms in America as Canada Turns To Russian Military for Defense 

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Russian Subscribers

Russian Military Analysts are reporting this morning that the Military Leaders of the United States have authorized the mass burnings of thousands of dead in their most devastated Southern Regions in an effort to prevent an expected outbreak of mass diseases.  These reports further state numerous US Army commanders are ‘pushing’ for the mass burning of large parts of their city New Orleans as the need to prevent disease outbreaks outweigh the recovery of more human remains.

So devastating have these American events become that Russian Financial experts are reporting today that the economic effects ‘rippling’ around the world are threatening to collapse the entire World Economy as the American Economy contracts from the onslaught of unprecedented fuel price rises and the soon to rise prices of their most basic food items due to the massive disruption of their entire transportation system.

Unlike Russia, China and the European Union, the United States relies upon their trucking industry to transport up to 85% of their food from their farms, port facilities and warehouses to their citizens.  With open air markets being extremely rare in the United States their reliance upon their trucking industry has been described in these reports as ‘vital’ to insuring the food supply for their entire nation.

But today their trucking industry has experienced the worst disruption in their entire history, as tens of thousands of them have been diverted towards their most devastated regions. Today also their problems are being compounded by massive shortages of diesel fuel, and where it can be found the prices have risen to levels that threaten to bankrupt many of their smaller trucking companies. 

So unprecedented have these disruptions become that the very economic model these Americans have created for themselves called ‘Just In Time Delivery’ threatens to close fully 90% of their manufacturing companies due to shortages of needed parts and industrial supplies, and as the US Department of Labor states in their statistics, their Nation only has 810,000 truck drivers in their entire country.  With over 200,000 of these drivers, and their trucks, commandeered for their massive relief effort one can clearly see the devastating effects that will soon overtake their entire economic way of life.

These reports are also stating that gasoline supplies are also beginning to run out in the United States, and to such an extent that their Military Leaders have appealed to the European Union for much needed fuel supplies, and as we can read as reported by the Bloomberg News Service, "Gasoline and crude oil fell after some pipelines shut by Hurricane Katrina resumed flows and the European Union said it's ready to provide emergency stockpiles to the U.S., which is facing scattered fuel shortages. U.S. President George W. Bush yesterday encouraged Americans to save gasoline to limit shortages. He also relaxed environmental and shipping rules to ease fuel movements around the country. Katrina idled 11 percent of U.S. refining capacity,"   

Even worse for the world economy is that these shortages are likewise being met with drastic rises in fuel prices, including gasoline, kerosene, home heating oil, natural gas, propane and industrial chemicals and solvents, and which their will be no immediate relief due to the devastation of Americas ability to produce and refine the fuel products they need, and as we can read as reported by the Associated News Service in their article titled  "90 percent of Gulf of Mexico oil production blocked" and which says;

"Ninety percent of the Gulf of Mexico's normal daily oil production is blocked from market today because of offshore platform evacuations forced by Hurricane Katrina. The U-S Minerals Management Service said 423 of the 819 staffed production platforms in the Gulf are shut down, delaying production of one-point-36 (m) million barrels of oil, or 90-point-four percent of the region's normal daily production of one-point-five (m) million barrels. The production figure was only a slight improvement from yesterday. On Tuesday, the day after Katrina hit, 95 percent of the Gulf's normal daily production was shut down. Since Katrina first threatened Gulf platforms, seven-point-four (m) million barrels of oil and 42-point-one (b) billion cubic feet of natural gas have been delayed from reaching market."

Russian Financial Analysts are further predicting that these drastic fuel price rises will have a more devastating effect upon the American and Worlds Economy than the horrific devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina, as the mass of the American people will now have to devote the whole of their discretionary income to prepare for winter heating, and is just is 8 weeks away for those of their citizens in their Northern Regions, with the rest going to their own transportation needs as their hardly exists public transportation systems except for their large city residents.

Today we can also see that the effects of these horrific events in the United States are indeed starting to be felt around the world, and as we can read as reported by the British Times Online News Service in their article titled "£1 litre looms as US oil firms target European fuel supplies" and which says, "The economic damage from Hurricane Katrina will soon be felt in Britain with petrol prices possibly soaring as high as £1 per litre. Flood-damaged American oil companies are expected to turn to European refineries for alternative supplies of road fuel, forcing up the price of petrol and diesel in Britain. Concern that a tenth of America’s refining capacity lies under water sent the wholesale price of petrol rocketing on the NYMEX futures exchange in New York and yesterday shock waves raced across the Atlantic and buffeted Rotterdam."

No one in the world who is viewing the Apocalypse of New Orleans on their televisions cannot be anything other than appalled at the lack of caring and compassion their Military Leaders have shown towards their most defenseless of citizens, even to starving babies.  Unlike when these Americans were attacked on September 11, 2001, and supported in mass their Military Leaders, the events of this week have shown to these Americans what the rest of the World has always known as to the vast differences and cultural divide that exists in their country. 

So concerned have the Canadians become about the Military Leaders of the United States that they are now appealing for protection from Russia, and as we can read as reported by the RIA Novosti News Service in their article titled "Canada wants to strengthen cooperation with Russia - Canadian defense minister" and which says, "Canada wants to strengthen cooperation with Russia, Canadian Defense Minister Bill Graham said Thursday in an interview with RIA Novosti. During the interview, Graham discussed bilateral cooperation between Canada and Russia, security, terrorism, and nuclear proliferation."

Not being told to the America people is how tense the relationship has become between their country and Canada, and as we can read as reported Vivele Canada News Service in their article titled "Canada-U.S. trade dispute intensifies with war of words" and which says, "Canada and the United States have launched an all-out war of words in the softwood lumber dispute, with at least one cabinet minister denouncing the U.S. as a "bully" and "hypocritical," and the U.S. ambassador accusing Canadians of "emotional tirades."  This new frontier in the battle over the softwood lumber trade was provoked by an interview that David Wilkins, the new U.S. ambassador to Canada, gave to the Ottawa Citizen's editorial board on Thursday.

In that interview, Wilkins accused Canadians of reacting emotionally to the U.S. decision to ignore a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) panel ruling in favour of Canada in the softwood lumber dispute. Wilkins also dangled the possibility of U.S.-launched trade battles against Canada on multiple fronts, including the dairy, egg and broadcasting industries. Industry Minister David Emerson was the most blunt-spoken in response yesterday, warning that Canadians might have to brace themselves for this war of words to turn into an all-out trade war. "Are we going to stand together? Are we going to unite? Are we going to be stronger than the sum of our parts or are we going to be endlessly bickering among ourselves and allowing the bully to basically mop the floor with us?" he said."

But perhaps if any glimpse into how these American peoples are beginning to see the truth of their Military Leaders, and the degradation they have led their peoples into in their attempts of Global Conquest, it can be found in that now some of their most influential writers are now speaking out, and as we can read in one such essay by one of Americas most respected thinkers, Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr., in his report today titled “The State and the Flood" and which says;

"Every American ought to be alarmed at the quickness of officials to declare martial law, invade people's rights, deny people the freedom of movement, and otherwise trample on all values that this country is supposed to hold dear. A crisis does not negate the existence of human rights. It is not a license for tyranny. It is not a signal that government can do anything it wants.

This crisis ought to underscore a point made on these pages again and again. Being a government official gives you no special insight into how to best manage a crisis. Indeed the public sector, with all its guns and mandates and arrogance, cannot and will not protect us from life's contingencies. It used to be said that infrastructure was too important to be left to the uncertainties of markets. But if it is certainty that we are after, there is a new certainty that has emerged in American life: in a crisis, the government will make matters worse and worse until it wrecks your life and all that makes it worth living."

When, or if, these once great Americans awaken from their sleep to the glare of a day where they do not even recognize the very country they live in, maybe then they will restore to themselves the freedoms they have let their Military Leaders take from them.  For if the horrific events of this past week show them anything it is this, they are truly on their own, the trust they have placed in their Military Leaders to protect them is the very trust that will indeed kill them.

Tonight hundreds of thousands of refuges are American people.  Tonight tens of thousands of their fellow citizens lie dead.  Tonight one of their great cities has become of zone of war and death.  Tonight is indeed a sad one, not only for America, but for the whole world.   

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