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America's last last 20 and DR Johansen Jorgen

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Submitted by HARRAK (Canada), Mar 22, 2006 at 16:12

King Pyrrhus of Epirus said after defeating the Romans at Asculum in 279 BC: "One more such victory and we are lost"

Dr Johansen Jorgen, director of the Sweden based PDRI gave in an interview with Aljazeera today 20 years for America before the complete decline. This gentle man is the one who predicted the decline of former USSR in 1980 and they made fun of him at that time. He predicted the Madrid and London bombing in a high academic exactitude forcast. He is now predicting that unlike the USSR that declined with a push, USA's decline will come after some hits. He also forcasts that by giving up the military industrial economy, USA will turn to a welfare state. I say that is will be something like Canada or Sweden where Capitalism turns around the social wefare. Not communism, but society with the minimum guarentee of dignity as condition for free enterprise.

I like his analysis..


Johansen, Jorgen
Centre for Peace Education, University of Tromso, Peace And Development Research Institute Gothenburg University

We need some educated people like that to be in charge

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