“It restates the negativeness of the universe. The hideous lonely emptiness of existence. Nothingness. The predicament of man forced to live in a barren, godless eternity like a tiny flame flickering in an immense void with nothing but waste, horror, and degradation, forming a useless, bleak straitjacket in a black, absurd cosmos.” from the Woody Allen film, ‘Play it again, Sam’
And in other good news…. (but there’s a great musical offering at the end of this post if you want to stay tuned, along with a bit of brilliant analysis from David Knight)
Vernon Coleman: ‘Here’s How They’ll Bankrupt You’
Dr. Vernon Coleman
21st Century Wire
Their plan is to make every one of us bankrupt, and they’re well on the way to succeeding. Only the billionaire conspirators are likely to avoid this. The conspirators must be delighted at the way things are going.
To start with, of course, the rising cost of food and energy will eat into our savings. Those without savings won’t be able to put anything aside. Every penny will go into paying for basic essentials.
In the UK, inflation will be well over 20% shortly after Christmas 2022. Other countries will see a similar rise in inflation figures.
Company earnings will be devastated by poor production figures (exacerbated by strikes, working from home and the bizarre new fashion, popular with the young, for doing as little work as possible) and so investments and pensions will go into a long, slow dive. The coming recession will quickly turn into a depression.
And, remember, nothing is happening by accident.
Interest rates will continue to rise and millions who have mortgages will find that they can no longer afford to pay for their homes.
The result will be a fall in house values.And as values fall so those mortgage problems will get worse. It won’t be long before millions have a bigger mortgage debt than their house is worth. Their homes will be re-possessed, and they will be left with huge debts. Alternatively, the Government may say: ‘We’ll take over your mortgage and you can stay in your house…but you will no longer own it’. I suspect that many bankruptcies will be inevitable.
Remember, none of this is happening by accident. It has all been orchestrated.
And those with savings won’t survive either.
Although interest rates will rise they won’t go high enough to defeat inflation.
If interest rates go to 5% and inflation is 25% then investors and savers will lose 20% of their wealth every year.
Within a remarkably short space of time the conspirators will have succeeded in destroying the wealth and independence of tens of millions of people in the UK and hundreds of millions around the world.
There will be no middle classes. The elderly will die in penury. The young will never own a home or have the security of having some savings.
The conspirators want us bankrupt because they know that money gives us freedom and independence.
All this has been clear for years.
But people didn’t listen.
And now, I’m afraid, it’s pretty well too late.
In practical terms, the only way to protect yourself now is to downsize, to reduce your debts and your outgoings and to be prepared for a simpler way of life.
Of course, there is just time for us to all rise up and say NO to the conspirators.
(At the beginning of the year I said I thought we had until Christmas to make a difference. I still think that’s correct.)
But, sadly, I fear that there’s not going to be any real resistance.
There are too many collaborators and not enough of us.
And, sadly, too many of those who understand the crisis we are facing, and the horrors of the Great Reset, the disappearance of cash, the advance of a digital world and the social credit paradigm, simply shake their heads, settle in front of the television and do nothing to stop it.
A few minutes with David Knight – Topic: CBDC – (CBDC stands for “central bank digital currency”)
The David Knight Show – Published September 8, 2022
Biden’s Plan for GreatReset of Money (9 minutes)
Tonight’s musical offering:
Tchaikovsky ~ Symphony No. 4 (3rd and 4th movements) ~ Lucerne Festival Orchestra ~ Riccardo Chailly, conductor