Alexander Ač


Anger & Complicity in a Time of Limits

As a species we’re very sensitive to intra-human drama, and in a time of growing crisis, tend to frame narratives as those who are with us and those against.

March 25, 2014

How to be Trapped: An Interview with David Korowicz

The broad point here is that growth and collapse is a much more fundamental process than capitalism…

March 19, 2014

The decline of an empire

Given that City of Detroit has now officially filed for bankruptcy, it is worth looking at the bigger picture.

July 22, 2013

Socio-economic paradigm shift is ahead: Interview with Nathan Hagens, ASPO-Vienna 2012

The current period can be undoubtedly characterized as an economical, ecological, cultural, political, but also moral crisis. The solution seems to be as far off as ever and problems seem to be getting worse by the day everywhere. Why is that, what can we expect in the future and what are the safe outcomes from this future bottleneck? We have been talking to Nathan Hagens at the latest ASPO conference in Vienna…

July 2, 2012

Interview with Chris Martenson: “Prepare for peak oil while there is time.”

“I have seen a lot of people not quite getting what economically might happen. I have seen a lot of people assuming there is a kind of energy decline curve, so that economy might sort of to follow that. But we are entering this decline curve with the highest level of leverage, or debt, on record. We have been towering up huge amounts of debt that requires constant growth. So I see the possibility, again a risk, of a more disruptive future than perhaps others do.”

November 16, 2010

“Expect next phase of market crash and a large one for that matter…” – Interview with Nicole “Stoneleigh” Foss

“Financial crisis is going to make resource depletion much harder to address, because we are not going to have the money to replace highly energy-dependent infrastructure. Doing so would be staggeringly expensive and would take a very long time even if we did have the money. As it is, we will be forced to conserve both money and resources by going without.”

November 1, 2010

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