Just when you thought the world of western finance couldn't POSSIBLY be any nuttier, there's this:

Ready for Apocalypse? Insurance companies refuse to cover Armageddon

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. HAL838 on November 23, 2012 at 8:25 pm

    Well, it’s an apocalypse, not an armageddon;
    and a kinder, gentler one at that.

    uh, just starting, BTW

    There might be a smoother changeover than I
    at first thought.
    [that doesn’t seem to pertain to me, of course]

    There are so many trying to ‘get rid’ of so many others,
    never before has there been such a war that
    YOU [plural on that] know nothing about.
    [try not to faint when you finally get it]

    • HAL838 on November 23, 2012 at 8:27 pm

      No, I’m not being funny.
      If I am, the ‘punchline’ might still
      have to wait another month.

  2. Tor on November 23, 2012 at 6:31 pm

    Don’t really know that it’s the western finance system that is nutty in doing that. That would be just the kind of BS that would be right up the Rothschilds ally. Set up a bunch of trusts to fund a bunch of stupid lawsuits filed by Yahwehist nuts, and new age nuts, and bankrupt a bunch of insurance companies with a flood of ridiculous lawsuits. People claiming that they are entitled to a payout because they were abducted by aliens, or Nazis, or Cathulu, or Satan….Whatever. The litigation costs from the frivolous lawsuits could crash insurance companies all over the place. I suspect that’s what all this 2012 crap is all about. Obviously somebody has a lot of money invested in creating panic, and IMO, they are trying to engineer some kind of financial crash.

    • Frankie Calcutta on November 23, 2012 at 8:09 pm


      I’m probably stepping out on a limb, but I’m still not on board with the 2013 financial crash scenario put forward by so many pundits and renown investors such as Max Keiser and Marc Faber. The third world is now awash in credit cards and everybody just wants stuff. At the end of the day, I think this is the great driver of economics. Moreover, I don’t see any reason why the banksters would want to trigger a precipitous decline in the stock market as I’m certain, now that Obammacare is up and running, the next operation on the horizon is the looting of retirement accounts. Why would they want to deflate something they are getting ready to loot? In fact, I think they need to make the stock market go higher so the citizens squirreling away their retirement money will be shit eating happy and will shrug off the news that legislation has been passed which will mandate a percentage of their retirement account will go to buying US Treasuries (or whatever the scheme may be).

      I may be wrong about this desire by the banksters to not to let the stock market drop. Maybe they have more to gain looting deflated retirement accounts? I couldn’t begin to claim to be able to wrap my small brain around where the profit potential lies for the bankster thieves in this regard. I do know they would prefer to boil a lobster slowly rather than killing it outright so I don’t see what they would have to gain by pissing off this shrinking segment of the population that has money in the bank? Rob them by stealth would be my guess. Also, always remember– when the stock market crapped out in 2008 down to 6500– it was the mega welfare banks who were able to swoop in and buy stocks on the cheap. I know it wasn’t any of those little investors who had their money frozen in the money markets managed by Lehman bros. and Paine-Webber. Those trillions were inaccessible for quite some time. As far as I can tell, the mega welfare banks still own the lions share of the stock market and so I would imagine this is another impetus to goose the stock market– in order to continue dumping their stocks and take profit.

      Always remember that when Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon, they were already writing Rome’s obituary on account of the massive debt, corruption, decadence, social problems, etc. Yet, as we know, Rome hung on for another 500 years. I know quite a few people out there, quiet investors, who think the US is the best place to put money right now. With the breakaway civilization keeping inflation in check, gunboat diplomacy keeping the dollar weak for exporters but “respected,” and if the banksters successfully manage their debt and gold problems, we may actually be on the way towards another economic upturn. The only immediate black swan I see is crashing oil produces due to overproduction or Russian subterfuge. This would trigger a deflationary spiral in the commodity prices which would be good for some national economies but maybe not necessarily good for banksters and other economies? Of course, turmoil in the middle east would address this problem in a flash.

      DJIA 20,000 here we come. The End Times Stock Market Bubble (and the pin that burst the gold bubble?)

      and, I am aware of the disconnect between the stock market and the real economy. So as long as the majority rabble are managed, fed, distracted, and sedated properly, they can continued to be stripped of their standard of living without consequence. It is the citizens with savings versus Wall Street I am discussing here.

      Just my humble opinion based on nothing but cynicism.

      • Tor on November 24, 2012 at 4:35 pm


        Interesting speculation. I bet Russia would let you move there, if you tell them that you voted for Putin 🙂

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