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Clusterfuck! A Still Moment

April 25, 2010 Morphizm 0

[Jim Kunstler, Clusterfuck Nation] George W. Bush was onto something in the fall of 2008 when he remarked apropos of the Lehman collapse: “…this sucker could go down.” It’s my […]

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Clusterfuck! Our Turn?

March 29, 2010 Morphizm 0

[Jim Kunstler, Clusterfuck Nation] Nations go crazy. It’s terrifying when it happens, especially to a major nation with the ability to project its craziness outward. We look back on the […]

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Clusterfuck! Disasters Far and Near

January 20, 2010 Morphizm 0

[Jim Kunstler, Clusterfuck Nation] As the disaster in Haiti moves into its “Katrina” phase of organizational chaos, relief effort failure, and public health calamity, the world will get another lesson […]

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The Right Testicle of Hell: Haiti

January 19, 2010 Morphizm 0

[Greg Palast, Morphizm] 1. Bless the President for having rescue teams in the air almost immediately. That was President Olafur Grimsson of Iceland. On Wednesday, the AP reported that the […]

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Clusterfuck! Forecast 2010

December 30, 2009 Morphizm 0

[Jim Kunstler, Clusterfuck Nation] There are always disagreements in a society, differences of opinion, and contested ideas, but I don’t remember any period in my own longish life, even the […]

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Copenhagen: The Courage to Say No

December 19, 2009 Morphizm 0

[Naomi Klein, The Nation] On the ninth day of the Copenhagen climate summit, Africa was sacrificed. The position of the G-77 negotiating bloc, including African states, had been clear: a […]

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Clusterfuck! Courting Convulsion

November 23, 2009 Morphizm 0

[Jim Kunstler, Clusterfuck Nation] How infantile is American society? Last night’s CBS “Business Update” (in the midst of its “60 Minutes” program) featured three items: 1.) The New Moon teen […]

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Clusterfuck! Dreams Die Hard

November 9, 2009 Morphizm 0

[Jim Kunstler, Clusterfuck Nation] In The Long Emergency (2005, Atlantic Monthly Press), I said that we ought to expect the federal government to become increasingly impotent and ineffectual – that […]

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