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Mark Thomas TV - Star Trek TV - Jim Callaghan - Nigel Farage - Joe Biden - Rahm Emanuel - Niall Ferguson - Thomas Paine - Henry Kissinger - Henry Kissinger & Dick Cavett TV - Anton Chekhov - Ron Paul - Robbie Coltraine - Jean-Francois Cope - Noam Chomsky - Terence McKenna - Thomas Jefferson - T S Eliot - Nafeez Ahmed TV - The Office US TV - Naomi Klein & The Shock Doctrine 2009 - Storyville TV -

 

 

99,527.  Tonight’s show is all about how we are about to subsidize some of the richest corporations on the planet so that they could be able to dump their crap on some of the poorest most vulnerable people on the Earth and call it charity … Drug dumping: this is about dumping of useless drugs and pharmaceuticals in third world countries, usually in a crisis.  (Crisis & Pharmaceutical & Corporation)  Mark Thomas Comedy Product s6e3     

 

99,528.  ‘We were sent silicon breast implants.’   (Crisis & Pharmaceutical & Corporation)  ibid.  Malawi health service

 

 

24,105.  There comes to all races an ultimate crisis.  (Star Trek & Crises)  Star Trek: Return to Tomorrow s2e20, Sargon

 

 

24,147.  We must acknowledge once and for all that the purpose of diplomacy is to prolong a crisis.  (Star Trek & Diplomacy & Crisis)  Star Trek: The Mark of Gideon s3e16

 

 

68,864.  I don’t think other people in the world would share the view there is mounting chaos.  Jim Callaghan

 

 

68,865.  What they do of course, and it’s a well-established technique, they try and use any crisis.  Now whether it’s a real crisis or whether it’s a crisis of their invention, they use the crisis to extend the argument for a loss of democracy, a loss of freedom of the individual and the increase in global governance.  Nigel Farage, UK Independence Party, interview Alex Jones  

 

 

68,866.  It will not be six months before the world tests Barack Obama like they did Jack Kennedy.  Watch: we’re gonna have an international crisis.  A generated crisis to test the mettle of this guy.  (Crisis & Obama)  Joe Biden, vice-president

 

 

68,867.  You never want a serious crisis to go to waste, and what I mean by that is an opportunity to do things that you didn’t think you could do before.  Rahm Emanuel, Wall Street Journal November 2008

 

 

68,868.  What starts with competition for Olympic medals could end in a battle over dollars if the Chinese decide one day to cut off their credit line to the American empire.  Maybe as it name suggests Chimerica is nothing more than a chimera ... The really big crises come just seldom enough to be beyond the living memory of the people who run today’s companies, banks and funds.  Professor Niall Ferguson, Ascent of Money: Chimerica, 2010

 

 

68,869.  These are the times that try men’s souls.  The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in the crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of men and women.  Thomas Paine, The Crisis

 

 

68,870.  There cannot be a crisis next week.  My schedule is already full.  (Crisis & Kissinger)  Henry A Kissinger

 

 

97,898.  ‘He invited crises and that he couldn’t stand normalcy.’  (Watergate & Nixon & Crisis & Normal)  Dick Cavett’s Watergate, Kissinger of Nixon

 

 

68,871.  Any idiot can face a crisis – it’s day to day living that wears you out.  Anton Chekhov

 

 

42,787.  Believe me, the next step is a currency crisis because there will be a rejection of the dollar, the rejection of the dollar is a big, big event, and then your personal liberties are going to be severely threatened.  (Currency & Dollar & Crisis)  Ron Paul

 

 

68,872.  The crisis of today is the joke of tomorrow.  H G Wells

 

 

68,873.  See, what you’re meant to do when you have a mid-life crisis is buy a fast car, aren’t you?  Well, I’ve always had fast cars.  It’s not that.  It’s the fear that you're past your best.  It’s the fear that the stuff you’ve done in the past is your best work.  Robbie Coltraine

 

 

68,874.  There has been a banking crisis, a financial crisis, an economic crisis, a social crisis, a geostrategic crisis and an environmental crisis.  That's considerable in a country that’s used to being protected.  Jean-Francois Cope

 

 

80,560.  One of the most interesting reactions to come out of 1968 was in the first publication of the Trilateral Commission, which believed there was a ‘crisis of democracy’ from too much participation of the masses.  (Masses & Democracy & Trilateral Commission & Crisis)  Noam Chomsky

 

 

109,292.  The Obama victory in 2008 was primarily due to a big flow of capital that poured in especially toward the end from financial institutions who preferred him to McCain, and that carried him over the edge, and of course they expected to be rewarded and they were immediately.  The country was in the midst of a big financial crisis and the main task was to deal with it: Obama picked an economic team to deal with the crisis; the team was selected almost entirely from the people who were responsible for the crisis.  (Obama & Crisis)  Noam Chomsky, Global Hegemony: The Facts The Images, lecture Oregon 20 April 2011

 

 

68,876.  Our world is in crisis because of the absence of consciousness.  (Crisis & Consciousness)  Terence McKenna

 

 

68,877.  The most fortunate of us all in our journey through life frequently meet with calamities and misfortunes which greatly afflict us.  To fortify our minds against the attacks of these calamities and misfortunes should be one of the principal studies and endeavors of our lives.  (Crisis & Life’s Like That & Psychology)  Thomas Jefferson

 

 

81,255.  Should I, after tea and cakes and ices,

Have the strength to force the moment to its crisis?  (Moment & Crisis)

T S Eliot, The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock 1917  

 

 

100,516.  The doctrine of unlimited growth is a failed doctrine; it cannot work, and it is creating absolute disaster.  (Civilisation & Crisis)  Nafeez Ahmed, The Crisis of Civilization, 2011

 

100,517.  We have passed the tipping point on climate change.  (Civilisation & Crisis)  ibid.

 

100,518.  Science is not the problem here: it’s the way in which the political players are exploiting the science in order to legitimize their own vested interests.  (Civilisation & Crisis)  ibid.

 

100,519.  We most likely peaked in world oil production in 2005.  (Civilisation & Crisis & Oil)  ibid.    

 

100,520.  What the free market ideology does is it organises the economy in such a way that the state really has no role, so the free market ideology is actually taking power through these economic decisions and transactions completely out of the hands of the public and giving free rein to all manner of actors and vested interests that have nothing to do with the popular will.  (Civilisation & Crisis & Market)  ibid.

 

 

103,012.  We have a crisis.  Apparently a disgruntled employee at the paper mill decided it would be funny to put an obscene watermark on our 24 pound creme butter-sock.  500 boxes has gone out … (The Office & Crisis)  The Office US s3e21: Product Recall, Michael

 

 

107,964.  The economic chaos that we’re seeing right now on Wall Street and on Main Street and on Washington stems from many factors of course but among them are the ideas of Milton Friedman.  (Capitalism & Crisis)  The Shock Doctrine, 2009, Naomi Klein

 

107,965.  The thesis of the shock doctrine is that we’ve been sold a fairy tale about how these radical policies have swept the globe, that they haven’t swept the globe on the backs of freedom and democracy, but they’ve needed shocks, they have needed crises, they have needed states of emergencies.  (Capitalism & Crisis)  ibid.

 

107,966.  With the population in shock, Pinochet imposed the policies recommended by the Chicago boys: the removal of price controls, the sale of state companies, the removal of import barriers and cuts to government expenditure.  Friedman later acknowledged the importance of the Chilean experiment.  It didn’t work.  (Capitalism & Crisis & Chile)  ibid.  

 

107,967.  This savage stream of pure capitalism … came to dominate the world.  (Capitalism & Crisis)  ibid.  Klein

 

107,968.  Friedman enjoyed a friendly relationship with Nixon.  Several of his Chicago School colleagues and disciples were recruited to work for the government.  Donald Rumsfeld was one of them.  (Capitalism & Crisis)  ibid.  

 

107,969.  Thatcher’s profound unpopularity seemed to be proving once again that free-market fundamentalism was simply too unpopular, too directly harmful to many people to survive in a democratic state where governing requires getting the consent of the governed, unlike a military dictatorship.  What pulled Thatcher back from the abyss and ultimately saved the project was a crisis – indeed it was the ultimate crisis: a war.  (Capitalism & Crisis)  ibid. 

 

107,970.  The majority of Russians opposed the Chicago Boys’ radical vision for their country.  (Capitalism & Crisis)  ibid.

 

107,971.  Iraq: you had three distinct forms of shock that were all working together and reinforcing each other: you had the shock of the war which was immediately followed by economic shock therapy imposed under Paul Bremer … the shock of enforcement including torture.  (Capitalism & Crisis & Iraq)  ibid.

 

107,972.  By July 2007 there were more contractors than soldiers.  (Capitalism & Crisis & Iraq)  ibid.

 

107,973.  We are going to have to go out there and make them do it.  (Capitalism & Crisis)  ibid.

 

 

109,090.  So in the most demanding crises, ground-up networks work better than top-down government.  This was what I was looking for.  (Anarchy & Crisis)  Storyville: Accidental Anarchist: Life Without Government, BBC 2017