View Full Version : News from the future?

04-02-2011, 04:27 AM

Major stories of the time:

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">- Federal Reserve Chairman Nancy Pelosi announces Quantitative Easing #56; "Ben would have wanted it this way," she declared with teary eyes

- Chinese consumers complain about atrocious manners and lack of basic Mandarin grammar at U.S. call centers

- EU Chairman Muhammed ibn-Sultan calls in NATO troops to quell rebellion of Christians in northern England

- UN Security Council condemns Israel for not undertaking any military operations for over three months, "which is evidence of secret preparations to conquer the Arab countries"

- Gold hits $1 million per ounce, still holding at price of a good menís suit

- Reading comprehension removed from elementary school curricula following outbreak of "passive-aggressive pre-hormonal self-esteem disruption syndrome"

- Carcasses of animals electrocuted by Chevy Volts littered alongside nationís roads; PETA and Green Party go toe-to-toe in front of GM headquarters

- Five million undocumented Americans relocated to North Dakota to redress stateís lack of diversity

- Netflix removes from its database all films made prior to 1980, unless its Patriarchy Advisory Board finds that no strong, rational-thinking male characters are portrayed in a positive light

- California bailed out by Federal government for fifth consecutive year; to cover costs, Nebraska is sold to consortium of Saudi and Pakistani investors

- Transportation Czar Lisa Jackson proudly unveils new windmill-powered subway train connecting Oswego, New York with Burlington, Vermont

- Availability of electricity now limited to one hour per day in most metropolitan areas; "finally, our ecosystem is starting to heal," says Energy Czar Michael Moore

- In what is to be an annual ceremony, Former First Lady Michelle Obama presides over public execution of most obese person in America

- Last independent family farm shut down by Feds when proprietor fails to produce evidence that his crops and soil contain "nothing potentially harmful to babies, nursing mothers, wildlife, air quality, or the sustainability of life on earth </div></div>

THIS (http://thepeoplescube.com/peoples-blog/headlines-from-the-year-2020-part-vi-t6980.html) would be funny if it weren't so close to the reality of where we are headed.

LWW &lt;---Loves the cube, hates the cabal's vision of the future.