Generally Americans like to hear good news. They like to trust that a new president will correct old wrongs, dirty oil will be replace by clean energy, and new minds will set the economy straight. American experts hope for the best and tend to control their cynicism. But is anybody gets ready for the worst?
Michael Ruppert was first a police officer in Lost Angeles, who then turned independent reporter. He is a different kind of American. In his self-published newsletter, he forecasted the current financial crises. Sitting in a bunker like room, Ruppert tells his profession as a radical thinker and describes about the crises he observes in the future. He is particularly fervent about the “Peak Oil” issue, the subject which scientists elevated since the seventies that the World will ultimately run out of fossil fuel.