A couple of weeks ago, WW chose
Michael Ruppert —an author and conspiracy theorist whose topic interests include "peak oil" and who really caused 911— Rogue of the Week.
That honor stemmed from an Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries finding
against Ruppert's company for Ruppert's alleged harrassment of a young female employee while he was living and working in Ashland.
Ruppert's attorney took issue
with the Rogue designation
But today The New York Times
devoted considerable space to "Collapse," a new documentary starring Ruppert and is opening this week in New York.
Here's an except from the review
A chilling monologue of imminent catastrophe, “Collapse” is not just sobering; it's a full-on assault. Filmed over two days last March, in the basement of an abandoned meatpacking plant in downtown Los Angeles, it showcases the singular obsession of the author Michael C. Ruppert, a former Los Angeles police officer and investigative journalist who has seen industrial society's tipping point — in the rearview mirror.