Wednesday, 12 January 2011


"Prophesying catastrophe is incredibly banal. The more original move is to assume that it has already happened" - Jean Baudrillard

Well, here's Gerard Celente's forecast on this years zeitgeist trends.

"The importance of illusion in people's lives and the tragedy that arises from it's inevitable breakdown." - One line critique of the Great Gatsby, possibly by F. Scott Fitzgerald?

And here's David Malone's predictions for the economic year ahead.

1 comment:

  1. late addition:

    Old irish saying: 'Cad a dhéanfaimid gan adhmad? Tá deireadh na gcoillte ar lár.'
    What will we do in the future without wood? The end of the forests has come.

    Here is Nicole Foss(aka Stoneleigh) prophecising in a peak-oil/financial crisis context.