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Morning Collapse Update

Manafort sentencing, Brexit, Venezuela Blackouts, Democratic Party split, Iditarod on tap this morning with your Java.

293 Comments on "Morning Collapse Update"

  1. Sissyfuss on Sun, 10th Mar 2019 9:22 am 

    This is an example of the homeless having access to technology. Quite heartening.

  2. makati1 on Sun, 10th Mar 2019 9:43 pm 

    U.S. “Gets Its Ass Handed To It” In World War III Simulation: RAND:

    “In simulated World War III scenarios, the U.S. continues to lose against Russia and China, two top war planners warned last week. “In our games, when we fight Russia and China, blue gets its ass handed to it” RAND analyst David Ochmanek said Thursday.”

    “RAND also war-gamed cyber and electronic attacks in the simulations, Work said; Russia and China tend to cripple US communication networks….

    RAND offers a sobering assessment that America could lose a multi-front war in the future, which is quite shocking considering that the US spent nearly three times as much as the second biggest war power, China, did in 2017.’

    No shocking. The Us MIC is full of graft and corruption and cannot build anything that works, no matter the cost or time allowed. The US is already 3rd world in so many ways.


  3. AFDF on Sun, 10th Mar 2019 9:54 pm 

    wb bro

  4. makati1 on Sun, 10th Mar 2019 10:06 pm 

    “U.S. citizens will need permits to travel to the European Union starting in 2021 and they’re being urged to get ready.”

    American terrorists are going to be controlled by their “allies”. American isolation, one step at a time. SLIP SLIDIN’… LMAO

  5. AFDF on Sun, 10th Mar 2019 11:05 pm 

    did u read til the end or ure just acopy/paste monkey like supertard?

    With the defense budget stuck around $700 billion per annum for the remainder of President Trump’s term, America’s Warhawks are inciting fear through simulated wargames with one purpose only: demand more taxpayers’ money for war spending.

  6. Outcast_Searcher on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 12:31 am 

    So normal news is “collapse”. LOL

  7. makati1 on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 12:33 am 

    Dumbfuck aka AFDF: The games are reality. the tag at the end is the author’s opinion as his paycheck is from the MIC.

    My comment holds. The US could doublt it’s $1T+ budget and still lose. It cannot make anything that works, at any price.

    “The development of the F-35 has been a mess by any measurement.” (18+ years and almost a trillion dollars…)

    “The U.S. Navy has revealed that personnel aboard the first-in-class USS Gerald R. Ford carriers do not even have the necessary technical information to reliably launch and recover all configurations of the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet fighter jet and EA-18G Growler electronic warfare aircraft. This follows a new Pentagon report that says the flattop’s advanced electromagnetic catapults and improved arresting gear remain as problematic as ever….If nothing else, this only underscores the extremely limited operational capability Ford has at present and further calls into question when it might be able to make any sort of meaningful contribution to real-world missions.” ($16,000,000,000.00 and counting. 14 years to get it in the water and still nearly usable.)

    I could go on and on with failed/useless vehicles and systems, but those are the two latest and largest. The RAND games were likely slanted to the US winning and they still lost. No surprise. The US is all bullshit and threats, nothing to back it up.

    Even if the US doubled it’s spending, it would still lag behind China and Russia by at least a decade. Too many decades fighting goat farmers in the deserts and still losing. LMAO

  8. slowermindskeepRight-akafmr-paultard on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 12:39 am 

    you’re wrong but i’m not fighting you. i want u to fight supertard.

  9. makati1 on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 12:39 am 

    BTW: The US’ military budget is nothing but lies. The black money accounts for “foreign wars”, substantial funding for think tanks, military research in universities, etc., take it well over $1,000,000,000,000.00 per year. Most of which they print and devalue your buying power with hidden inflation. Enjoy! ^_^

  10. slowermindskeepRight-akafmr-paultard on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 12:45 am 

    whatev matako
    u done with ur 2 minute hate then u canattack supertard k

  11. makati1 on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 12:45 am 

    Slow…prove that I am wrong. You cannot because you know it is correct. Denial doesn’t change the fact that the US is not going to win any war it starts and will likely be destroyed by Russia and/or China. I don’t expect the US to be a going concern by 2025. It will be in a very deep depression and/or a hot civil war. That would be the best thing for the rest of the world.

    I watch from the sidelines and do not pay any taxes to the US and haven’t for 11 years. I’m not supporting the terrorist country, America. I’m awaiting its downfall. Better the US than the rest of the world. Go Trump!

  12. JuanP sock on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 12:48 am 

    AFDF on Sun, 10th Mar 2019 9:54 pm

    AFDF on Sun, 10th Mar 2019 11:05 pm

    slowermindskeepRight-akafmr-paultard on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 12:39 am

  13. Cloggie on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 3:08 am 

    “U.S. “Gets Its Ass Handed To It” In World War III Simulation: RAND:”

    In the South China Sea, East Asia, Black Sea and Ukraine, yes, mainland USA, no.

  14. Cloggie on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 3:12 am 


  15. makati1 on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 3:31 am 

    Cloggie, the US mainland will definitely be in the next world war, big time. No ocean can save them in this age of hypersonic missiles. Both China and Russia know that just one EMP high over Kansas and the US is no more. At least nothing above 3rd world, if that. I doubt that WW3 will last more than 24 hours.

    When your whole existence depends on the internet, electric and JIT deliveries, like the US and EU…..

  16. Davy on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 3:37 am 

    “Brookings Says China Overstated Size Of Its Economy By 12%” zero hedge
    “Since China managed to weather the fallout from the financial crisis without registering much of a slowdown in its “official” GDP figures, playing “guess the real growth rate” has become one of the most popular parlor games among the professional economist set. Whereas the stakes are much higher for academics on the mainland (one of whom was censored and threatened by government thugs after speculating that GDP growth on the mainland might be closer to 2%), researchers at American think tanks have freely offered estimates ranging from 2% to 4% (which, admittedly, would still put China well ahead of the US).”

    “According to Brookings, much of the manipulation in Chinese official government statistics takes place at the local level. In what the FT described as “a legacy of Maoist state planning”, authorities in Beijing hand down growth targets to local officials, who use it to goalseek the official statistics they hand back.”

    “Here are a few other conclusions from the paper:
    Official data overstated growth of nominal GDP by an average of 1.7% per year between 2008 and 2016
    This made the economy 12% smaller in 2016 than figured indicated
    GDP growth in real terms was overstated by 2% over the same period
    The paper’s authors are more confident about GDP data in nominal terms versus real terms
    Overstatement of industrial and investment output were the most severe
    Data on consumption was found to be the most reliable”

  17. I AM THE MOB on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 5:25 am 

    China is gonna get ya you inbred zero-hedge click-bait moron.

  18. Theedrich on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 5:39 am 

    The U.S. is too complex and too corrupt to survive.  Mak is right.  Tainter is right.  Moreover, the Yid media has succeeded in feminizing vast numbers of American “males,” who no longer take the survival of their own race seriously.  The idea of community has vanished from large stretches of the heartland, the sneering Democrats and RINOs have convinced the non-coastal, “deplorable” Whites that they are worthless and need to self-medicate themselves with narcotics and suicide, while the overlords have imported many tens of millons of unassimilable muds into the country.

    The military is little more than a gigantic make-work operation to feed money to privileged sectors of the military-industrial complex.  The wars in MENA have siphoned off untold $ums into black holes, enriching criminals foreign and domestic everywhere.  Congress is a joke, unable to protect the country from an anthropoid mud slide or even from its own incredible squandering of money on social programs (i.e., vote buying).  Along with the Dem-RINOs, the Department of Justice and the FBI are focussed mainly on finding ways to undermine the Executive branch.  Et cetera.

    Modern weapons systems exceed budgets and promised timespans as a matter of course.  And the military personnel who are supposed to operate some of these grotesquely expensive, questionably effective systems are often incompetent, of low IQ and/or too negligent to do so.  Yet increasingly, the basis of modern warfare is high IQ and determination.  In contrast, the American military shows extraorindary interest in advancing the practice of cornholing and in making not just loudmouthed women, but deviants of any sort the “first” of their type to achieve high positions.

    Another ten years of this kind of “progress,” and there will be no chance that America will be able even to think about confronting Russia and China militarily.  It will be game, set and match.  Requiescat in pace.

  19. Dredd on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 5:40 pm 

    It should not be called update anymore, it is in reality a downdate (Snoring While Woke – 2).

  20. makati1 on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 6:00 pm 

    Very good description of America, Theedrich.

  21. I AM THE MOB on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 6:13 pm 


    The peckerwoods in fly over country (rust belt) aren’t needed anymore..

    LOL sorry deplorable’s..

  22. I AM THE MOB on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 6:14 pm 


    If you think the US will go down without a fight..You are dumber than I thought..

    We will not go quietly into the night!

  23. I AM THE MOB on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 6:18 pm 

    IEA 2018 World Energy Outlook: Peak oil is here, oil crunch by 2023

    Its over soon for Europe and Asia..By 2025 they will be collapsed hell hole..

    And we will sweep up any of the crumbs..


  24. makati1 on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 6:40 pm 

    MOB, the US will lose. I didn’t say it would not fight, just lose. And lose big time. Forever. The US has never had an “enemy” that was as well armed and strong as Russia and China. Never.

    You can wave the bloody American flag all you want and deny what I post, but reality cannot be ignored for very long. The US has not won a war since…well, at least WW1. It has been Destroying 3rd world countries and still not winning. But it leads the world in debt and drug consumption.

    Americans are a bunch of dumbed down, drugged up, obese snowflakes arguing over what gender they are and how much money they can get from the government. Losers all.

  25. makati1 on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 6:51 pm 

    As I have been saying:×287.png

    An isolated 3rd world America is the future.

    Americans are beginning to feel what the British must have felt after WW2 when their great empire was falling apart.


  26. I AM THE MOB on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 6:54 pm 

    Facebook Bans Zero Hedge

    Dat a boy Zuck!


  27. makati1 on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 7:33 pm 

    MOB ducks out, or changes the subject, when he cannot support his delusions with real facts. His “daddy”, Davy, does the same, or resorts to immature putdowns. Losers all.

  28. Davy on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 8:04 pm 

    makato, nobody attacks other and tries to assassinate character like you PLUS you support idiots like JuanP and anon. You are the perfect loser. It is a good thing you are pushing 80 maybe you will catch something.

  29. I AM THE MOB on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 8:32 pm 

    Deaths From Drugs and Suicide Reach a Record in the U.S.

  30. makati1 on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 8:41 pm 

    Delusional Davy, you deserve all the kicks and punches for your years of arrogant abuse on here. Too bad there are not more of them.

    You live in a dying country. The pain of that must be terrible for someone who supports it with as much effort as you do. Waving the bloody stars and stripes does not change reality. Billions would love to never see it again.

    I live in the part of the world that is still growing. It is much better than the country you inhabit in so many ways. I can say that because I actually live here. All you can do is try to put it down using USMSM propaganda.

    I’m watching Trump destroy America from within. He will be followed by others like AO-C and the snowflake crowd until there is nothing left. So be it. It couldn’t happen to a more deserving country. Go Trump!

  31. I AM THE MOB on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 9:14 pm 


    China is going to collapse soon since they have the worlds largest debt and our the largest oil importer..

    And they can’t win any wars..They have got their ass kicked twice by tiny Japan..

  32. makati1 on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 10:20 pm 

    MOB, your delusions are getting worse. Maybe you and Davy can get a ‘twofer’ at the local psychiatric center?

  33. I AM THE MOB on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 11:30 pm 

    This is what Clogg and Theo think is a superior race with a high iq?

    Oh the lies we tell ourselves..Face it..Peckerwoods glory days are way behind them..

  34. AFDF on Mon, 11th Mar 2019 11:35 pm 

    why don’t you jump in for the win and attack supertard hard eh?
    i’m a tard and a former paultard. my degree was in physics but i had a 2.01 gpa
    but when i encounter dumb people of all tripes, it’s painful.

    a real life consequence of this painful stupidity is the inability to act. I think the rationale just goes in circles and the feedback keeps giving results that’s inconsistent with thinking.

    don’t get me wrong, i go in circles in my head all the time but i’m aware of it. it’s good to have an independent subroutine running in the head to interrupt the main loop, breaking it from computing in the infinite loop

  35. Cloggie on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 12:16 am 

    “Oh the lies we tell ourselves..Face it..Peckerwoods glory days are way behind them..”

    Indeed. Europe and China know that the US is a walkover. The only interesting question is who gets which part of the loot.

    This is going on for 4 years now in Dresden, Germany, without losing momentum. Something is brewing in Europe, namely the second and last “1989”. The entire West will go throug a comparable transformation.

    Soviet communism turned out to be a lie and the USSR fell apart.

    American racial communism (multicult) turns out to be a lie too and the US will fall apart too. It’s going to be messy, but in the end the Eurasians will be standing by and separate the waring factions and bring the US decades old nukes into safety, so they can do no harm.

  36. Cloggie on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 12:17 am 

    Dresden link:

  37. Cloggie on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 12:27 am 

    Pelosi against impeachment Trump, as it would “divide” the country:


  38. I AM THE MOB on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 12:28 am 


    There is no EurAsians..You are just trying to pathetically ride the coat tails of China..

    You both are going to collapse just like Soviet Union and just fast..From an oil shortage..

    All we have to do is sit back and eat popcorn and sweep up the crumbs.

    Its going won’t be pretty that is for sure..

    I see a Dutch hunger winter part 2 in your future Clogg..


  39. makati1 on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 1:02 am 

    “Eurasia covers around 55,000,000 square kilometres (21,000,000 sq mi), or around 36.2% of the Earth’s total land area. The landmass contains well over 5 billion people, equating to approximately 70% of the human population. Humans first settled in Eurasia between 60,000 and 125,000 years ago. Some major islands, including Great Britain, Iceland, and Ireland, and those of Japan, the Philippines and Indonesia, are often included under the popular definition of Eurasia, in spite of being separate from the contiguous landmass.” WIKI

  40. makati1 on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 1:04 am 

    BTW: Humans came to the Americas about 12,000 years ago.

    Today’s “Americans” came about 500 years ago. Newbies. LOL

  41. I AM THE MOB on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 1:17 am 

    Woman arrested for pepper-spraying 7 people in possible anti white bias attack: cops

    Get em!

  42. Cloggie on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 2:34 am 

    There is no EurAsians..You are just trying to pathetically ride the coat tails of China..

    The coalition USA-USSR didn’t officially exist either, until the Germans attacked the USSR in June 1941 (to preempt a Soviet attack planned 3 weeks later), but behind the scenes the coalition US-UK-USSR very well existed…

    Likewise, all it takes are a few nods between Juncker, Putin and Xi in backrooms, that they understand the situation and are quietly acting upon it…

    (Putin is my friend)

    Europe accepted, within limits, the Eurasian integration scheme “New Silk Road”.

    Everybody in Eurasia understands that the US empire is walking on its last legs, so the question needs to be answered: “what comes next?”

    This will come next:

    PBM, the continental European confederation, that will replace the EU.

    100-120 million desperate white Americans will gladly join that alliance, if they can escape from third world ZOG.

  43. Cloggie on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 2:39 am

    “‘Why are you still flying them?’ Airlines face passenger backlash over their refusal to ground Boeing 737 Max 8 planes after Ethiopian air tragedy”

    Boeing 737 Max 8, the intended new cash cow of Boeing, could send the company in a tail spin. Another good company wrecked by affirmative action incompetence. Negroes and Messicans are not known for their engineering genius. That doesn’t change if they get a US passport.

  44. Cloggie on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 2:47 am 

    The EU gave Theresa May a meaningless crumb:

    Likely the deal is voted down later today, due to EU-Remainers in Labour and no-dealers in the Conservative Party. Perhaps later today or tomorrow, Parliament will take over from May and vote against no-deal.

    Old conservative political war horse Kenneth Clark (Remainer) predicted that Brexit will be delayed and that Britain should give itself time until the end of 2021 or later to hammer out a deal between the EU and UK (the EU already said that membership of the European club will come at a fee of 1 billion per month).

    I think so too. In the end some Norway deal will probably come out of it.

    Britain would be mad to hand itself over to the US and together form Orwell’s Oceania. The populists, Putin, Italy and Eastern Europe are going to win this fight anyway.

  45. I AM THE MOB on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 4:21 am 


    You just going to ignore the oil shortage issue..That is why Europe and Asia are history soon..You moron..I would make a run for it now while you still can..Sticking your head in the sand isn’t going to work..

    Adapt or die!


  46. Davy on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 4:47 am 

    Thanks for the updates nedernazi! You are really on top of this whole brixit thing. You dont know jack shit about history, or much of anything else really, but when it comes to that topic, no one can touch you, I’ll give you that much. I just got back from preforming some much needed work in the barn, and I had to stop by my outhouse on the way back to my cell-phone to take care of some, other business. As I was sitting there, starting at my little home though the open door to my outhouse, I thought to myself, I sure hope Nederfraud has the latest brixet news ready for me when I get back inside and load up

    If there one thing that means more to me than my morning visit to the goat pen, and, my follow up visit to the outhouse its nedernazis latest news about bristcut.

    Thanks again nedernazi. You are the best, truly you are.

  47. Cloggie on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 4:53 am 

    “Cloggmeister, sir, with all respect but You just going to ignore the oil shortage issue.”

    We have been over this 100 times before. Don’t make me post that UCG link again. And we have rapidly growing renewable energy. We have shared autonomous driving soon. People can survive and stay warm in thermo-wired cloths for 2€ per month. We have Russia where fracking has yet to begin. In 1970 in Holland we used 1/3 of the electricity we use now and were fine then.

    Spare me your doomer ramblings, you marxist sjw drama queen.

    We will be fine in Europe.

  48. Davy on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 4:59 am 

    “Thanks for the updates nedernazi! You are really on top of this whole brixit”

    JuanP, It is amazing the amount of time you spend playing stupid? You really are lost in your ego and personality disorders.

  49. Davy on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 5:20 am 

    “Ancient wetlands and global carbon cycles” ecologist

    “Using these records of wetland presence since the beginning of the last interglacial, 130,000 years ago, the researchers found that wetlands in northern latitudes responded to changes in climate. Wetlands formed when the climate was warmer, and many wetlands were buried during periods of glacial advance and cooling temperatures. When it was cold, few new wetlands formed until the climate warmed again. Some of these buried peat sediments remain until today. These new findings of widespread buried peats suggest that, on the whole, peat burial can result in the slow transfer of carbon from the atmosphere to land, ultimately offsetting a small part of climate warming in the past. Dr Treat continued: “The fact that these peats are buried and stay on land is basically like a leak in what we usually consider a closed system of how carbon moves around the earth, from the atmosphere to the land and oceans. “This new finding isn’t represented in our models of the global carbon cycle, and may help to explain some behaviour that differs between models and observations.” The results also suggest that present-day wetlands may continue to offset rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations as the climate warms if they remain undisturbed by drainage and wildfires.”

  50. Davy on Tue, 12th Mar 2019 6:32 am 

    “Wallaby-sized dinosaur was sprinting around Australia 125 million years ago” USA Today

    “Dinosaurs the size of wallabies were running around Australia 125 million years ago, according to an analysis of jaw fossils. The Galleonosaurus dorisae is the first dinosaur of its kind to be identified from the Gippsland region southeast of Melbourne in over a decade, according to a report published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Paleontology on Monday. The small dinosaurs were considered “agile runners” that stood a little over two feet tall, said Matthew Herne, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of New England. Herne told USA TODAY while the dinosaurs would be similar in size to a wallaby, they didn’t bear much other resemblance to the furry animals.”Galleonosaurus would have had an horizontal body, a long tail, with powerful hind legs with three functional toes, short arms and a rather small head, with large eyes,” Herne said. It’s unsure if the Galleonosaurus was a feathered or scaled creature, but Herne said scales are most likely based on its other ornithopod, plant-eating relatives.

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