Relevant news, appropriate headlines from the real deal
My apologies. I haven’t been able to work on the real deal much lately. There are three things to consider this week. They may seem unrelated, but they are, in fact, quite related. Action, reaction, solution.
The Great Reset
Global leaders, including Prince Charles, met at a virtual meeting held in June to call for a Great Reset of capitalism.
Haskins said that many of those at the meeting support the elimination of the world’s current capitalist system and have promoted socialist policies—such as wealth taxes, Green New Deal-like programs, and national job guarantees and government incomes.
“Among those who spoke at the event or expressed their support separately for the plan were Ma Jun, the chairman of the Green Finance Committee at the China Society for Finance and Banking and a member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the People’s Bank of China; António Guterres, the secretary-general of the United Nations; powerful union leaders; activists from groups such as Greenpeace International; CEOs and presidents of large corporations such as BP, MasterCard, and Microsoft; and officials from the International Monetary Fund.
“But the person who has most clearly articulated the vision of the Great Reset is Klaus Schwab, the head of the World Economic Forum and one of the Reset’s most ardent supporters,” Haskins wrote.
“Every country, from the United States to China, must participate, and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must be transformed,” Schwab wrote in an article published on WEF’s website.
“In short, we need a ‘Great Reset’ of capitalism.”
This is the plan, and it is well underway.
Bringing US in
The biggest impediment to launching the Great Reset in the US was Donald Trump. His landslide re-election could not be tolerated. The fact they were able to reverse a landslide through fraud means only one thing:
John Little’s post this week on Omegashock has some very good information detailing the specifics of the stolen election.
One thing to consider
A considered reflection of current events leads to only one conclusion, and that is accelerating inflation of the dollar’s money supply is firmly on the path to destroying the dollar’s purchasing power — completely.
This article looks at the theoretical and empirical evidence from previous fiat money collapses in order to impart the knowledge necessary for individuals to seek early protection from an annihilation of fiat currencies. It assesses the likely speed of the collapse of fiat money and debates the future of money in a post-fiat world, in which the likely successors are metallic money — gold and silver— and some would say cryptocurrencies.
Early action to lessen the impact of a failure of the fiat regime requires an understanding of the role of money in order to decide what will be the future money when fiat dies. Will we be pricing goods and services in gold or a cryptocurrency? Will gold be priced in bitcoin or bitcoin priced in gold? And if bitcoin is priced in gold, will its function of a store of value still exist?
They are going to take the dollar (and all other fiat currencies) down. What will replace it is still unclear. The only proven commodity that never loses its value against any type of currency standard is the precious metals.
That train is pulling out of the station now. I highly recommend getting it while you can.
Lockdown II, the Great Reset, Universal Basic Income- they are all coming.