A Necessary Collapse underway by 2025

This speculative model data of future countries population , military expenditure and income for 2025, only 6 years away was found on http://www.deagel.com/country/forecast.aspx.

The compilers of the model data offered only short explanations and not happy ones.  It is their best informed guess. Both immigration and economic depression are mooted as likely to cause the sorts of population and income changes predicted. A general relocation of economic industrial activity continues to move to Russia, China, and Asia.

Before we get into paroxysms of outrage, shock, and disbelief, please note, that this sort of unevenly distributed global readjustment, is exactly along the path and time-frame required in order to have any hope of containing global heating to 1.5 - 2 degrees C. It most likely won't be enough. Climate and Earth systems will continue to collapse by desperate over-exploitation as our debt-economies and resource purchasing power also collapse.

Australia's population is predicted to fall from 23 million, to around 15 million, and the  decline in average purchasing power per person, of annual income (PPP), from about $50,000 to approximately $18,500, in some sort of $US dollar equivalent of 2017. Despite a considerable fall down the country rankings, Australia would still be relatively well off.  The United States of America falls to the level of Greece in PPP. 

Declines in per capita greenhouse gas emissions require declines in energy consumption, and declines in relative purchasing power. Sorry for the bad news.  But a well organized, educated country like Australia, ought to concentrate on what's important,  know what is coming, make preparations, and make adjustments to maintain health and social well-being for as many people as possible at much lower levels of luxury.

Collapse will have to be real fast, as CO2 rise continues to accelerate, as nature rebels against our stuffing the entire biosphere with it.

For those interested in their future rankings of prosperity by country, I took the liberty of re-parsing the data off their site, and re-ordered the rows in terms of PPP in 2025.

Here is a link to the reformatted predictions as a open-doc spreadsheet.

To give this some current explanatory context, Nafeez Ahmed has just published his analysis of turmoil in Venezuela at the moment. "Venezuela’s collapse is a window into how the Oil Age will unravel".

And as the USA tail continues to try to wag the global dog with its petro-dollar, and maintain its oil - based global hegemony, key parts of its controlled dollar connections to the rest of the world are breaking off. It is becoming easier than ever to ignore USA imposed trade tantrums.   Nations can set up their own independent currency exchange systems, and bypass any requirements to use US dollars, and US restrictive currency exchange systems.

Nations find it more desirable to maintain essential trade, and not harm their own fragile economies, in this age of global decline. As a rogue agent, the USA will find it impossible to impose effective trade sanctions, as an act of war against any countries population. The danger is that the USA will decide to proceed directly to more of its costly war crimes of military destruction and occupation. All of which will help accelerate its own financial collapse.

EU countries move to evade US’ Iran sanctions by setting up payment channel for ‘humanitarian’ trade

As commented on by Michael Hudson on Counterpunch, US money imperialism is effectively broken.

The root cause is clear: After the crescendo of pretenses and deceptions over Iraq, Libya and Syria, along with our absolution of the lawless regime of Saudi Arabia, foreign political leaders are coming to recognize what world-wide public opinion polls reported even before the Iraq/Iran-Contra boys turned their attention to the world’s largest oil reserves in Venezuela: The United States is now the greatest threat to peace on the planet.

The USA also has the most stupid climate catastrophe denying government, with perhaps the exception of Australia, which has the global usefulness of a flea on its tail.

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Michael Rynn
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Relative economic and GDP population declines of Countries in next 6 years. Original source is http://www.deagel.com/country/forecast.aspx.
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Population, GDP, military spending, purchasing power per person, 2025 183 countries, Collapse of USA dollar hegemony
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A Necessary Collapse underway by 2025
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http://www.deagel.com/country/forecast.aspx

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leviticus1711(Bermuda)says...

A painful reality; albeit one that is perhaps needed, fishermen are struggling to catch these days, our reefs are dying, our forests quiet, all I see and hear are brainless stubborn zombies running around only worrying about themselves.

Climate change isn’t a problem for our politicians to fix, it starts with us, considering 90% of the worlds populations lives in bustling wealth sponges it’s clear nobody is really prepared to do anything about reducing their greed or consumption.

Our soil fertility is near exhaust, it’s time to put some blood and bone back in the soil for future generations.

A painful reality.

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Roger(Newcastle, Maine, US)says...

Climate change is one of the excuses the WEF is using to depopulate the earth and default on their debts. CO2 is only .04% of the earth's atmosphere and humans only create 3% of that so that is utter nonsense anyway. He who has the gold makes the science as they say. Elites will do anything to stay in power after bankrupting the whole world.

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Guy Fawkes(Denver, Colorado, US)says...

Oh the incomprehensible hubris that undergirds the posturing of the useful idiots who promote climate change fiction.

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Guy Fawkes(Denver, Colorado, US)says...

"Climate change" as it's called, is a hubris-driven push by certain power-weildingform a resource-based economy in the imagine of the infamous Fabian Socialists: A worldwide dictatorship of sorts.

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Guy Fawkes(Denver, Colorado, US)says...

I remember the public dialogue in the 80s when the phrase 'global warming' was used.

According to actual geological records, the earth has not gotten warmer. The magnetosphere is undergoing changes which routinely occur every 25,000 years or so. In fact, the earth is now entering a 300 year Maunder solar minimum, so I'd expect a mini-iceage before I'd expect a warmup. I suppose thats why the new nomenclature used by the technocratic elite has pivoted to calling it "climate change": because temperatures are not really rising. It's preposterous to think that a 2 degree rise would change anything in the first place.