The Global Energy Crisis
Without trying to be alarmist, modern industrialised society is on the brink of collapse and we need to act now before it's too late. Leading scientists, researchers and even financial speculators recognise that we are facing a global energy crisis, politicians however are keeping quiet. Oil, gas and coal reserves will inevitably decline and the consequences of this will be catastrophic. This has the potential to cause serious problems affecting everyone including widespread famine, mass unemployment, civil unrest, violence and increasing international instability on an unprecedented scale. We need to phase in alternatives now, as unfortunately we need cheap fossil fuels to facilitate the implementation process in the short term. We cannot simply roll out alternatives once we have a fossil fuel energy deficit. This cannot wait!
Paul Thomas commented
It's all explained in this shocking interview called "Collapse" with Mіchаеl Ruppеrt, who has had several attempts on his life for exposing the truth.
Poverty, famine, conflict - it's all coming in the next few decades.
Deaths will be counted not in the millions but in the billions.
There is simply no more serious issue facing the planet.