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14 Signs that the Collapse of Our Modern World has Already Begun.

A lot of people believe the world as we know it is going to end on December 23, 2012. Nonsense, I say. The far more honest answer is that the end of the world as we know it has already begun. And it doesn’t mean the end of the world; it means the closing of one era and the birth of a new one. It is a transition between the ages. This particular transition, however, promises to be the most tumultuous and costly transition humankind has ever seen.

But don’t wait around for December 2012 to look for the signs. Here are 14 signs that the world as we know it is unraveling right now. We are living through the end of one era and the birth of a new one. In the future, they’ll look back and call this all one moment in history, but when you’re living through it, it seems to move forward at almost a snail’s pace. But make no mistake: We are living through the opening chapters of the end of the world as we know it, and on the other side of all this will emerge a new world that’s very different from the one we know today.

#1 – Tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes and tsunamis– At first it seemed like a fluke; but now it’s a pattern. The weather is becoming increasingly extreme. Over 120 tornadoes recently struck the U.S. Midwest. Texas is on fire and suffering through an extreme drought. And where there aren’t fires and droughts, there are floods. This is only the beginning… watch for more freak weather over the next 18 months.

#2 – The silence of the beesColony Collapse Disorder continues to accelerate across North America. We already know it’s being caused in part by chemical pesticides (and possibly worsened by GMOs), but the chemical industry is engaged in a full-on cover-up to deny this truth while the pollinators of our world suffer a devastating population collapse.

#3 – The failure of  nuclear science– The Fukushima catastrophe proves one thing: Scientists are dangerously arrogant in their planning of large-scale projects, and they fail to account for the awesome power of Mother Nature. Nuclear science promised us clean, green energy– but now it has delivered a silent, invisible poison that’s infecting our planet.

#4 – The vicious pursuit of Wikileaks– In an age of such rampant deceit, there is no room for the truth. So those who tell the truth (Wikileaks) are viciously pursued as if they were criminals.

#5 – The rise of the medical police state– The armed SWAT raids on Maryanne Godboldo in Detroit are only the beginning. The truth is that the medical system uses guns to force its vaccines and chemotherapy onto children and teens across America. The medical system has become so utterly useless, corrupt and dangerous that it must actually invoke guns in peoples’ faces just to “convince” people to take its medicine. This is a gunpoint-enforced medical monopoly that exists as a threat to our health and our freedoms.

#6 – The increasing frequency of food shortages and crop failures– Notice the spike in food prices? That’s just the beginning: Food prices will continue to skyrocket in the years ahead due to extreme weather, the loss of pollinators and the globalcontaminationof crops by GMOs. Realfoodis becoming increasingly scarce in our world. You might want to think about starting a home garden…

#7 – The runaway destruction of the world by energy companies– The radioactive fallout from Fukushima isn’t the only way in which energy companies are destroying our world: Don’t forget about the Deepwater Horizon and the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico — a spill that isn’t over, by the way. They’re still spraying Corexit in the Gulf one year later!

#8 – The continued GMO contamination of our planet– This may be the worst chapter in the coming collapse: The widespread genetic pollution of our planet through GMOs. This is a crime against nature and against humanity. It is a “gene spill” that may never be contained as it spreads its deadly DNA across the world’s food crops, leading to crop failures and starvation. The use of GMOs is the closest thing to “Satanic” that you’ll find in modern agriculture. The agenda behind this is pure evil.

#9 – The tyranny and criminal crackdowns targeting real food (raw milk)– When you can’t even sell honest farm food to your neighbors without being targeted and arrested by the cops, something is terribly wrong with the world. But this is happening today, all across America. Now the feds are even targeting the Amish!

#10 – The escalation of the counterfeiting of the money supply– In a failed economic system approaching collapse, the moronic leaders can only think of “solutions” that actually accelerate their own downfall. The runaway counterfeiting of money by the Federal Reserve (with its “quantitative easing” and other counterfeit methods) is a classic sign that the end of our current system is fast approaching. The economic insanities are obvious to anyone who can still do math.

#11 – The plummeting intelligence of the masses– One of the most disturbing signs that we’re already in the collapse is the great dumbing-down of the masses. The drooling, CNN-watching television zombies who dominate our landscape offer absolutely nothing of value to the world. They are the “mindless consumers” who get vaccinated, watch television and eat processed, pasteurized junk food. They’re on psychiatric meds and believe everything the government tells them. Most of these people, of course, won’t make it through the collapse.

#12 – The complete and utter fabrication of the mainstream news– Much of the mainstream news is now utterly and completely fabricated these days: The reporting on Obama’s long-form birth certificate; the news about the war in Libya; the coverage of the economy and the U.S. debt… it’s all so utterly false and unbelievable that an intelligent person watching the news can’t help but explode with laughter. It is a sign of this collapse that the information sources relied upon by the masses are unable to report the truth anymore and must resort to weaving politically expedient fiction son everything from health care and medicine to the fate of the U.S. dollar itself.

#13 – The ongoing pharmaceutical pollution of our world– Beyond the GMO contamination and the radiation contamination of our world, we are also experiencing the mass pharmaceutical contamination of our planet. It’s not just the pharma factories that dump their products into the rivers; it’s also the fact that well over half the population is now taking drugs almost daily, and those drugs pass right through their bodies and end up in the water supply where they contaminate the fish. Even beyond that, the drugs end up in the human sewage sludge that’s packaged and sold as “organic soil!”

#14 – The radioactive contamination of the global food supply– Here’s one that’s really insidious: The global food supply is now contaminated with the radioactive fallout from Fukushima. We’re told the levels are “low,” but we’re not told the truth of how radioactive cesium isotopes persist in the food supply for centuries. How is the human race going to survive its exposure to CT scans, radioactive food, chest X-rays, TSA body scanners and even the secret DHS mobile X-ray vans that can penetrate your body with X-rays as you’re walking into a football stadium? The total radiation burden on the human race is now reaching a point of mass infertility. That may be the whole idea, actually.

It’s accelerating, too

December, 2012 may be a useful date as some sort of mid-point in the crisis, or perhaps as a trigger date for some further acceleration of society’s rapid unraveling. But make no mistake: We are already living in the collapse of ourmodern world. And you have a front-row seat! (Exciting, huh?)

Think about what’s happening around you these days. These are the signs of the last, desperate clutches of a civilization built on utterly unsustainable practices that don’t value life on our world. These are the End Times of the corporate oligarchy; the monopolistic for-profit corporation machine that destroyed everything in our world in exchange for a slightly higher quarterly earnings report.

In the quest for more money, humanity has sacrificed its food supply, its pollinators, it’s oceans, forests and soils. Greed-driven humans have used other humans as medical experiments and cannon fodder. We have created wars to sell more bombs, and we’ve invented disease to sell psychiatric chemicals.

These are the practices of a failed civilization… and one whose days are numbered. Watching it all crumble is far more interesting than watching it continue its destructive ways, of course, because those of us paying attention realizea future civilization must rise up in the place of this one after the collapse.

Say goodbye to the false power of institutions

It would be nice if our future leaders remembered the importance of liberty and personal responsibility, of course. The answer to all the world’s problems, it turns out, is freedom— freedom in medicine, freedom in economics and freedom from government tyranny.

Because, let’s face it: The root cause of most these problems that are bringing down our world right now is bad government. It is bad government (Big Government) that approved the GMOs. Bad government enforced the medical monopoly and allowed the pesticides to kill the honeybees. Bad government drove us into inescapable debt and costly foreign wars. Bad government outlawed health freedom and protected the monopolistic practices of the food companies, drug companies and chemical companies.

The downfall of modern human civilization is, as you probably guessed, also the downfall of the very idea that Big Government creates a better society. Because if there’s one idea that needs to stay dead after the collapse, it’s the idea that We the People somehow need another group of people (government workers) to live off our hard work while hounding us with their false authority, directing every little detail of our lives.

What we need in our world isn’t more government, but more freedom. If we had freedom, integrity and personal responsibility, we wouldn’t even be facing the global collapse that has already begun. But alas, the human race is an infant species and it must learn some lessons the hard way, it seems.

This lesson should be long remembered: If you let the corporations, the banks and the governments run your economies, your farms and your lives, they will enslave you and steal your future while you sleep; they will inject silent poisons into the very world around you until you awaken one day to find that all you created has been destroyed. They will promise you paradise but deliver only death. Beware of any entity that is not a living person– no government, no institution, no corporation has a soul, nor a heart, nor a conscience. They are forces of organized destruction that decimate those things we hold dear while delivering to us things that will only enslave us or harm us.

Beware the corporation; the government; the non-profit institution working as a front group for private industry. Never allow yourself to be ruled over by any institution which exists only as a fictional construct organized from the projection of human greed.

And be ready for the acceleration of the collapse. Because if you are reading this, you are the future of the human race. You have a duty to stay alive, keep your genes intact, and be around to help create the Next Society after this one crumbles into history.



Mike Adams is a consumer health advocate, an award-winning journalist, and the publisher of NaturalNews.com

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  • Joseppi

    This just in – the newest sign is number 15…..

    Hawaii’s bond rating takes a hit from Moody’s


    Since this site is Hawaiian News Daily, I for one, would like to see more focus on Hawaii. We live on an island in the middle of the Pacific on the fringes of a collapsing political/economic system, and like all islands around the world will evolve a unique evolutionary adaptations to ensure our biological/social/economic survival.

    As islanders, if our attention was on how we can collectively mitigate the changes that are causing the economic/environmental deterioration affecting us in Hawaii, I believe, with our limited island resources and energy, we could have a more advantageous future that would allow us to thrive, instead of just survive.

    Sure the world is going to hell in a handbasket, but as citizens of Hawaii our needs would be better served if our emphasis was on building up a decentralized eco-tourism industry, reducing the dependence on military revenue, reduction of fossil fuel imposts, exporting more sustainable products, and reducing our health care costs with prevention through healthier lifestyles.

    I suggest this site become more Hawaii centric. What do you think?

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    • Staff Reporter

      Aloha Joseph –

      I liked your comment. Trouble is that only a few local citizen-journalists have actually stepped forward to offer their views. Dwight Kondo, Tom Burnett and Curtis Narimatsu are all local contributors. In lieu of more local news providers, I will turn to the national or global news market to keep HND swimming as a “daily” news journal.

      Would you be interested in becoming a contributor? I have the guidelines posted here:

      I think daily “PM” report on news around Hawaii would be a good thing. Let me know if you are interested.

      As the producer of HND, my job is to provide the technical platform, and to offer editorial support to the contributors. It’s up to the local community to step up to the microphone.

      If you are interested in contributing, please email me: editor@hawaiinewsdaily.com



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    • Dwight Kondo


      I bet everyone in Hawaii would like to see more focus put on Hawaii, too. Heck, I just figured that if we restored our rightful independence and created some historical justice here, we could ALL move forward to embracing the vast challenges, a couple that you listed.

      Just an observation: After the Fukushima Daiichi disaster, Hawaii won’t need ‘ecotourism’ to entice Japanese tourists. Lower levels of radiation would be attractive enough! With the exclusion zone and all, a grass shack would do fine.

      And while we all would appreciate a little more self sufficiency here, our economy and politics is dominated by Painland interests and the real levers of power are faraway.

      Perhaps lastly for now; I have noticed that the problems of the world are not inescapable here in these very isolated islands and the same issues everywhere, are much the same here. In fact, as in places like Palestine,
      Fukushima, Iraq or Haiti, many of the core reasons for human hardship are identical to us here. Degrees vary, of course and obviously, we would all rather be here, instead.

      My belabored point here is that at HND, a venture born of great love for Hawaii, what we are about is what it ALL looks like from here. Though your comments are welcome on this issue, I don’t believe you are accurate in your assessment of what we have briefly done here.

      But we will be responsive from here on in -reminded by you- that yes, we do live in Hawaii and ultimately we are all concerned about how bigger or past issues affect us.

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      • Joseppi

        “My belabored point….”

        Yes, Dwight, I acknowledge the work you and your compatriots have labored here in creating this informative site with all the time and energy that it takes to create it and manage it. You are to be applauded and I encourage you to please continue.

        “many of the core reasons for human hardship are identical to us here. Degrees vary….”

        In the macro view, we do suffer here because of the same tragically flawed institutional systems supporting unsustainable lifestyles, aided and abetted by vices lurking in human hearts all around the world.
        And as you point out the Japanese tourists will now come here because relative to Japan we are in a relatively low radiation paradise. Although, I think that in the future the Chinese will be the higher volume tourist trade.

        It’s the future of Hawaii that is my focus and how our actions and attitudes of today relate to this future. Dwelling on the outside forces, both positive and negative that we are captured by is a starting point to consciously choose a shared Hawaiian future.

        Because of our relatively isolated island status we have the opportunity to create a unique reality if we can just overcome a few nagging negativities – Federal usurping of individual state rights, Corporate domination and sucking profits off island, militarization and the mindset it cultivates, a public electrical utility run by a profit seeking monopoly, and as embarrassing as it is to say, the inaction and laziness due to the Polynesian paralysis syndrome that seeps into everyone living in our relative paradise.
        With you help here at HND we can do. Thanks so much and I’ll keep reading and telling friends.

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