Here I am posting perhaps the best analysis of our collective situation (sans the information from Pleadians and others sources that I report on that could get me institutionalize) I have ever read. It is an interview and two pdf's from David Collum that look at the year in review through his eyes. (It might be interesting to note that I was supposed to be named David instead of Richard but my maternal grandparents objected because it sounded Jewish. There is an affect of a name and my life would have been different if I had been a David and that would have been for woe or weal as my parents would say.)
Anyway, many I know wouldn't read this because they only want to focus on happy things and to that I say to each their own. To you I say: you really ought to read this as it can only increase your understanding of the world you live in. Of course, every thing in life is a choice and all choices have consequences. The great argument for putting ones head in the sand is you won't see what gets you.
I learned about David through the Peak Prosperity website and one of the co-founders Adam Taggart. I stopped listening to Adam sometime around February of 2020 when I realized he had not yet woken up to the scamdemic. Fortunately, I kept occasionally peaking at what he was saying and lo and behold, one day he had found redemption in my eyes when he awoke from the propaganda.
There is a video of an interview of David by Adam that is very interesting. Plus, there are two pdf's that are an outstanding analysis of our collective experience and probable future. It is a lot of reading to get through these pdf's and as many have been getting so used to reading tweets, this may be daunting. Read it, I assure you it is worth it. He has inspired me to continue with this my eclectic blog.
The Hannibal Trap
"Hannibal was considered as one of the greatest military tacticians and generals in history. He was a master of strategy and regularly led his enemies into excruciating defeats.
The trap that investors are now being led into has many similarities with Hannibal’s strategy in his victory over the Romans at Lake Trasimene in 217 BC. Hannibal was a general and statesman from Carthage (now Tunisia) who successfully fought against the Romans in the Second Punic War. THE BATTLE AT LAKE TRASIMENE In 218 BC
Hannibal took his troops, with cavalry and elephants, over the Alps and into Italy. Hannibal enticed the Roman Consul Flaminius, and his troops, in 217 BC to follow him to Lake Trasimene in Umbria. The Romans followed Hannibal’s troops into a narrow valley on the northern shores of the lake. When the Roman troops were inside the valley, they were trapped. They had the Carthaginians ahead of them, the lake on their right and hills on their left.
What the Romans didn’t know was that Hannibal had hidden his light cavalry and part of his army up in the hills. So once the Romans were locked into the valley, they were attacked from both ends with nowhere to escape.
Over 15,000 Romans were killed and 10,000 captured in a catastrophic defeat." Read the rest of this article here.
Dr. Vernon Coleman
Old Man in a Chair
International best-selling author, Dr Vernon Coleman MB ChB DSc FRSA, explains precisely how governments are deliberately and cold-bloodedly planning to bankrupt their citizens. And why they are doing this. It's all part of the Agenda 21 plan for a Global Reset.
This link to an article by Brandon Smith titled: "America’s Economy Cannot Survive Another Lockdown, And The Cult Of The Reset Knows It"
"The lockdowns have not only been proven to do nothing to stop the spread of the coronavirus, but they are also a clear attack on what’s left of our economic system. The small business sector in particular is being gutted as more than 60% of those that shut down during the first lockdown were unable to reopen. Small businesses provide more than half of all employment in the U.S.. When they collapse, the U.S. economy will have nothing left except the big-box corporations that the Fed put on life support over a decade ago."
The Federal Reserve
In case you are unaware, the Federal Reserve is a private company owned by the many of the world elites. They create "money" out of thin air and loan it to us. They have two tools to work with. One tool is that they "regulate" interests rates and the other tool is they print money and buy assets. Printing money and buying things with it is an act that, if done by anyone except the Fed, would lead to lengthy prison sentences. It is called counterfeiting. Somehow, hint printing press, the money supply has increased by over $3 trillion dollars since the start of 2020. This printing of money primarily benefits the rich because the Fed buys assets that people don't want these days to keep the stock market from tanking.
The Fed now owns over one third of all US mortgages. That is over $2 Trillion dollars of mortgages. In other words, this private company, pretending to be "Federal" is printing money backed by nothing. There was a time that ended in the early 1970's that you could take $35 and turn it in for an ounce of gold. That is a gold standard currency. What are your dollars backed by now? Nothing.
This printing of money is a tax. Printing money causes inflation when more dollars chase assets perceived to be good. Inflation diminishes the amount of goods and services you money will buy. If you have lived as long as I have you can see inflation everywhere. My dad's house purchased in the 1960's for $21,000 sold for almost $300,000. Inflation helps make the rich richer and the poor poorer.
My Take on Economics
When I think of economics the first thought that comes to my mind is a story. The story has to do with Napoleon and the battle of Waterloo. It seems there was this powerful English family and they concocted a plan, a conspiracy. The conspired to make a fortune in the London stock market. Here is how they did it.
They arranged to have people on the ground at the battle, and when the battle was over that person jumped on a very fast horse and made haste for the coast. I would imagine they had replacement horses set up along the way. When the rider reached the English Channel there waited the fastest sailing vessel and it embarked immediately for London. When it arrived the rider was quickly debriefed. He told of the defeat of Napoleon.
Immediately, the conspirators started a rumor that Napoleon had won and the stock market plunged. When it plunged our conspirators bought great quantities of the now undervalued stocks. In those days news traveled much slower and when the truth of the battle became known the stock market went back up to its previous levels and our conspirators made a fortune.
What's this got to do with economics? Everything. Throughout time the rich and powerful have manipulated the markets. Does that mean a regular person can't benefit from investments. Of course not. It means that there is an inherent instability in markets because the very wealthy persons, families, and institutions can and will at times manipulate markets. There are some market manipulations that have been going on for decades if not hundreds of years.
As George Carlin said in one context: its a club and you ain't in it. There are many forces in the world economic puzzle vying often for supremacy. However, and more so, there are very old lineage and massively wealthy clans that intermarry to preserve their blood lines. They do control the world. They do so through intrigue, secrecy, ownership, and especially banking. They are the bankers to the world. They own the US Federal Reserve and the central banks of the world. Who are the enemies of this system? Mostly those who defy their control. Recently such countries included Iraq, Iran, Libya, North Korea and Syria. We know what happens to them.
Our economy at this time is on the edge of major collapse. We are not alone, so to are many a nation's economies failing. So the problems of the US economy are mirrored through out the world in other nations. It is no accident. It was just a disaster awaiting the most opportune moment. And that moment was Covid.
I read today that the chance of dying from Covid is now one in a million. The epidemic was "sold" to the US people by saying it would kill millions. People being good natured and trusting believed the leaders who said it would only be two weeks. Now four months plus of lock-down (a prison inmate term) has created greater joblessness unemployment by percentage than did the great depression. And like the conspirators of London in that time there is a conspiracy in this time behind the policies of the governments of our country. The conspirators intentions must be left to another time so that we can look at the ramifications of Covid policies.
The economics of the situation at this time have a privately owned company, the Federal Reserve, "printing" enormous amounts of money. I believe that number is about five plus trillion at this time. This money is all "borrowed" from the Federal Reserve and the American people are responsible for that debt. That money is known as fiat money as it has no backing of gold or silver or any other assets. When money is printed like this and very little economic activity is happening in the country there is only one inevitable result. Inflation. Inflation penalizes savers, inflation lessens the value of saved money because the printed money given out raises the price of goods and services. It is a tax hiding in plain sight.
Neil McCoy-Ward is a investment advisor in the area of Property/Real Estate market. I happened across a Youtube video about the housing market and found his analysis compelling. It was so compelling that the next day I watched another one that he had mentioned in the one on the housing market. I was curious why he had mentioned that he had been dinged by Youtube for that video. If you watch it you will understand why. The video is about the Great Reset and about those who decide what our world is to be. You are going to get this scary warning -- ignore it. It will look like this:
Click on I understand and wish to proceed. The only offensive thing about this video is what they are planning to do to us.
I came across this site in the beginnings of the "crisis" and found the analysis to be very detailed about the "crisis". The point of Peak Prosperity is "Information, commentary, analysis, and an online community for discussing the convergence of global issues facing the economy, environment, and our energy needs." The most recent video titled Covid Testing: Bad Science Worse Policy is a good example of the value of Peak Prosperity.