Finnish Perspective

Have you ever seen a victim of Rigelian fever?
They die in one day. The effects are like bubonic plague.
Constantinople, summer 1334.
It marched through the streets, the sewers.
It left the city by ox cart, by sea, to kill half of Europe:
the rats, rustling and squealing in the night as they, too, died.
– The rats……….. – 
Requiem For Methuselah

Since hurricane Sandy the talk has been of Global Warming. We are also deep in the economy and various wars. War of Terror and War on Drugs etc. The elites care not about those things. They believe they can avoid them their effects. I suppose they can – for the present. With big gated and armed castles.

Some even have plans for floating fortresses.

There is something now though that they cannot escape. Not even on their floating mansions. Bacteria. Bacteria that is becoming more and…

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