From the Cabin

3-14-2021 Vol 1 Issue 12

Politics: President Biden signed the 1.9 trillion-dollar covid-19 rescue stimulus bill that just bumped the national debt to 30 trillion dollars. Among the recipients of the stimulus checks are felons currently in prison. If you are unemployed you will get $400 per week until march of 2022.

Economics: Experts agree inflation is the likely route the federal government will take to counter the unprecedented printing of money that is currently taking place. In under a year, we have seen a 2.2 trillion-dollar stimulus bill, a 1.9 trillion-dollar bill, and the usual budget for the year all totaling around 5 trillion dollars. This figure does not include social security or the military budget.

Gold: $1,730.30 troy ounce

Silver: $26.20 troy ounce

Platinum: $1,218.00 troy ounce

Copper: $4.16 pound

Bitcoin: $60,026.10

US National Debt: $28,051,667,000,000

Debt per citizen: $84,932

Food: In Australia, the use of manure for fertilizing fields is now banned and farmers are required to pay high prices to have animal waste “properly” taken care of. Expect famines in Australia in the coming year.

Self-defense: After the house passed a new gun bill requiring back ground checks for guns sales, a person already needs a background check to buy a gun, great white dope Dianne Feinstein introduced a new bill to ban the popular AR-15 rifle and magazines that hold more than 10 rounds.

Health: Italy and Paris France are locking down again due to an outbreak of the new mutation of Covid-19. The survival rate for covid-19 is 99.75%.

Editorial: recently on Marfoogle news and Kunstler cast podcast there was a mention of something called the Deagel forecast. Deagel worked for several administrations starting with Jimmy Carter and ending with Bill Clinton. He started a non-profit company that worked with national security. Deagel died last year but not before writing one last projection for the United States. According to Deagel the population of the US will be around 99 million. That is less than 1/3 of the current population. Deagel goes on to explain his forecast and that is more entertaining than the list of countries and their estimated populations. It would appear at the moment there is a large amount of concern regarding the future of the country, and none of it has to do with Covid-19. The odd thing about these matching theories is that they cover a wide spectrum of people. The climate activist, federal reserve enthusiasts, peak oil people, are all saying the same thing even while coming from their different perspectives. Deagel had his own perspective with a unique background and for some reason he decided to release this last forecast before his death.

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The Great Reset: Impact of the pandemic on climate change and other environmental policies

It didn’t take long for some people to figure out that this was the real agenda behind the lockdowns and policies being put into place during the pandemic. News stories continue to role out talking about the clean air and water that happened during the lockdown. Some of these articles even call for lockdowns to help with climate change because of the effects we have already seen on the planet. There are two very important pieces of information that these reporters leave out. The earth grew hotter by .5 degrees in 2020, the largest spike in temperature for a single year. We also know the same thing happened the days following 9-11-2001 with airliners being grounded for a week. With cleaner air comes a warmer planet. I’m not saying we should pollute more, but it would appear that the only thing holding back rapid global warming is the same pollution that is causing much of it. At this point human existence is a double-edged sword. If we try to clean up our act with carbon emissions and air pollution, we speed up the warming of the planet. If we continue on as normal, we face a slow terminal disease that will eventually kill us.

There is a man named Guy McPherson who started to speak about human extinction in 2010. Oddly enough his prediction for a terminal planet appears to fit the timeline that Klaus Schwab and the UN are following with the Great Reset and Agenda 2030. Guy doesn’t see humanity making it past the year 2030 because of climate change and the eventual loss of environment needed for human life. I don’t know if the UN or the world economic forum are listening to Guy, but it would appear that they received the same information at some point. Could the Great Reset be a last-ditch effort to save mankind? If so, why would the creators be so selfish as to add in their own social agenda of identity politics and communist policies?

As I write this Biden, Macron, Trudeau, and Boris Johnson have signed bills making 30% of the land in their country’s untouchable wild lands. This policy is in agreement with the UN’s Agenda 21, started in 1992. Along with the preservation of land comes the phasing out of gasoline automobiles. The UK already set a deadline for the year 2030, which most experts admit is an impossible task. The Biden administration is also set to make a plan for 2030 regarding automobiles. Fracking was already halted on Federal land and already gasoline is 75 cents higher than it was last year. In two months, the US went from the number one producer of oil to number 5. While we were energy independent, we are set to import more oil than we export in 2021, and the countries we are buying from have people in the streets screaming death to America. Meanwhile, with Biden as president gasoline will continue to rise as Russia and Saudi Arabia continue to keep their production down to raise the price of oil per barrel putting pain on the US consumer who has to fill their gas tank to go to work. The current administration will not care about this considering that gasoline cars will not exist by policy in 2030. The cost of this change will be passed onto the consumer who will not be able to afford it. What is not being taken into account with these new policies eliminating combustion engines is the amount of oil that goes into the production of a car regardless of what it runs on. There are seven gallons of oil per tire on a car. The plastics used throughout the car including most of the body. Shipping parts to various facilities in the assembly process. Transporting the cars to dealerships. The transportation of materials for the productions of the car. The list goes on and on for how much oil goes into the production of an automobile. We can’t pretend that they don’t know this. They don’t want us to own cars anymore. The experiment of the automobile, or horseless carriage, is coming to a close and its not an extinction of its own choosing. There are 800 million cars on the roads of the world and we can not change the fuel source or motors of these vehicles to run on anything else.

Two years ago, AOC introduced the green new deal, a plan to completely eliminate carbon emissions in the US. This plan was dramatic and would cost $93 trillion dollars if it was implemented. It would also eliminate the airline industry, which means that any place relying on tourism would be dead. Nobody would be allowed to go anywhere. International trade would die. In the end the planet would die as well because of the loss of aerosols in the air reflecting light back and cooling the planet enough to sustain life. It would appear that the ultimate goal of the Great Reset, the green new deal, and agenda 2030 is to create a feedback loop of worse environmental conditions that they would have to fix and in doing so making matters worse. It’s the usual pattern of needy people, create problem, fix problem that creates bigger problem, repeat. The climate is not what appears to be the problem, it’s the people in charge.

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The Great Reset: globalization and nationalism part 2

“There can not be a lasting recovery without a global strategic framework of governance.” Page 113.

“Put bluntly, we live in a world in which nobody is really in charge.” Page 114.

If this book is supposed to make an argument for a one world government then they are not doing a good job. When I look at the failures of the last year, the tens of thousands of dead at the hands of people who are praised for doing the “right thing,” and how other states and countries breezed through the pandemic by not changing anything in their society I have to wonder why we would encourage a system where one idiot thinks they know best and how many people would die from their mistakes? It is because of the lack of unified rule that I have some confidence that we will move past this depressing period of time. As I write this, Texas is completely open with no restrictions on its population. Mississippi no longer requires mask. Florida is opening up along with California. The list of states continues to grow and the Federal government couldn’t be more pissed off about it. The moment that Texas announced they were done with lockdowns the flood gates opened for everyone else to follow suite.

The phrase “nobody is really in charge” is inaccurate to say the least.

“This failure is not the WHO’s fault. The UN agency is merely the symptom, not the cause, of global governance failure.” Page 118.

The WHO is a failure and continues to be a failure, unable to function outside of the prying eyes of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party), the results that we have seen are pathetic at best. The WHO was not allowed in China until the start of 2021, more than 9 months after the initial outbreak in Wuhan. Even when they did go to Wuhan the WHO did not go to the infectious disease lab that many experts speculate the virus came from. When the WHO left Wuhan, they said that their data was inconclusive and that they could not say China was the source of the virus. This whole process is absurd, try to figure out what happened at a crime scene 9 months after it happened and billions of people have moved through the area destroying any and all evidence.

To say that nobody is in charge ignores the obvious group running the world right now behind the scene, China. The main financial support for the WHO is China. The official story behind Covid-19 was written by China and handed over to the WHO. Any failures in global governance that Klaus Schwab has an issue with he can take up with China. China refused to reveal that the virus was contagious when they knew that it was. China refused to let the WHO into Wuhan when the outbreak started. China said that the virus was not spread person to person and the WHO repeated it as if it was a fact. It wasn’t until the virus had passed borders into Europe and North America that the WHO finally said we were in a pandemic. We had to wait for the obvious to happen before people would react.

A group of men wearing mask park a car outside your bank. They step out carrying guns in their hands. The teller asks you, the manager if she should call the cops. “No, its fine it’s not a robbery.” The men shoot the guard outside. “And now?” she asks. “they aren’t robbing the back.” The doors open and one of the men shoots the ceiling. “And now?” You look around realize that the robbery is happening but now its too late. The world watched as the virus spread but the picture was always developed two weeks after it was taken. Symptoms start to show after 14 days of contracting the virus. Once you have your first confirmed case the virus has been spreading for two weeks and nobody knew. In a global economy and a global system waiting for confirmed cases was the dumbest policy and only ensured that the virus would spread and kill enabling inhumane policies like the great reset. The failure of dealing with the pandemic starts at the top including the UN, the World Economic Forum, the EU, and the WHO. Had it not been for the political situation in the US things might have been different except when the borders were closed a certain party on the left called the president at the time a xenophobe and a racist. The stopping of a virus that could have had a high mortality rate was not a priority for some people until it worked for their advantage. Every country has their political problems, their social problems, and their economic problems. A global government is not going to magically solve these problems and work for every culture on the planet. To try to implement a system of one rule government will cause a backlash of violence. To really look at what Schwab is suggesting I have to ask if this is any different from the Spanish coming to the now world or the British pushing their rule over other lands like India for example. Why is the idea of the Great Reset something that everyone should or needs to follow?

The US needs to be a lifeboat for the rest of the world. The current administration is set on following the Great Reset regardless of how the public, who “elected” them, thinks about it. On a positive note, we have a constitution and the idea of state’s rights. For Texas and others to no longer follow the CDC or the WHO for Covid-19 protocol is a positive sign for where this program might end up, in the trash. The more states refuse to follow the guidelines of the federal government the more the public can see which policies work and which ones don’t. when given the option of having less freedom after a year of lockdowns or being open and returning to normal the answer is obvious. That is what the Biden administration fears the most, losing control of a public who were following pandemic guidelines. If people no longer fear the virus how will they follow guidelines to solve climate change or systemic racism? There is a long list of no existent problems that the left what’s you to worry about but when they create the problem and only they have the answer to the problem its like any other religion. You enter wanting answers to something, you are given a certain truth and then spend your time trying to spread the word and fighting to make the world a better place in that image only to learn later that you are the new asshole of the world making things worse for people, not better. Nobody likes a new convert to a religion and the religion of social justice has many new coverts that are pissing people off across the globe. There is hope. More people are saying “no.” the word is getting out about these clowns and their weird ideology. The people who scream about racism are finally being called out as the racist they admit to being. The damage is done and while BLM was marching through the streets setting fires to businesses and killing people the supporters in officer had Covid-19 positive patients put into nursing homes killing the elderly by the tens of thousands. Nobody marched in the streets about these policies. The last thing that the US needs to do right now is take orders from some one world government of people who are not elected and obviously know less than the people who should be running things. We can’t keep track of the criminals that are currently running the country, why would we trust the criminals running a world government?

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The Great Reset: The Social Contract part 2

“How can it be that a person who has spent more than ten years training to become a medical doctor and whose end of year “results” are measured in lives receives compensation that is meagre compared to that of a trader or a hedge fund manager?” page 98.

I hate it when I see arguments like this. We could make so many comparisons asking why this person is poor doing this job while that person is rich doing nothing. For thousands of years people have asked these questions. The buddha answered “life is suffering.” The notion that doctors are poor is mis-leading as well. I recall a conversation, while working in an ER, and the staff was discussing “Obamacare.” One of the doctors was upset that the government was going to be stepping in and regulating what he would be making. This never happened but it was being discussed at the time. His argument was “why should the government step in and change my life plan thirty years into my life. If I plan to have four houses, three cars and two ex-wives I should be able to have that.” This does not sound like the complaint of a poor man who wishes the government would step in and change his pay to be comparable to a hedge fund manager. The argument continues with the Great Reset crowd, asking why the medical community is paid so bad? Depending on the level of schooling a nurse can make $40-50 dollars and hour. If they specialize in a certain field like being anesthesiologist assistant there is a good chance, they are making more money that the doctor doing the surgery because of the insurance and other cost of the profession. These are things that are considered when these people choose these fields. The amount of pay that you can earn in healthcare is equivalent to the level of education you have. The only exception is in administration. At the hospital I worked at the director made 3.3 million a year and he had never passed meds, wiped a butt, started an IV, performed surgery, or did chest compressions. By the time he was done running the hospital it was in debt and he received a massive payoff for retirement. His previous experience, running United Way.

The average hedge fund manager is a college graduate who specialized in math or a stem field and decided on investing because the money was better. The same is true with hedge fund manager Dr. Michael Burry, best known for the film The Big Short. Burry is a physician who realized he was better at investing than he was being a physician. When you look at the amount of work it takes to run an office why wouldn’t someone choose to look at numbers all day instead? Burry warned people about the housing bubble in 2008. He is warning people about the inflated level of the stock market now. As for hedge fund managers making too much money, the playing field may have changed. Take a large group of people talking on Reddit, have them invest a few hundred dollars into a stock like GameStop and watch as the money pours out of the pockets of hedge fund managers as their shorts turn into a major liability.

Schwab argues that these fields need to be regulated. He makes the childish assessment that life is not fair and somehow government, and his ideas, can somehow fix this. We are already seeing this play out with the Biden administration’s policies with the Covid-19 relief bill. In the bill it sets aside money for black farmers hurt financially during the pandemic while not aiding white farmers because of the color of their skin. In someone’s mind this is “fair.” Ask the farmers what is fair and you will likely get another answer. Be leery of anyone in power who thinks they are going to set the world right. Usually there is a trail of bodies behind them.

“Young people have a deep desire for radical change because we see the broken path ahead.” Page 102.

This quote is from the New York Times article where a college junior is being interviewed. My guess is that this junior skipped his history class during his sophomore year. Young people don’t have a deep desire for radical change, destroying what is before you is easier than working hard to make things better. ANTIFA and BLM march in the streets and set buildings on fire because its easier than putting a black child through college. The actions of their “protest” (riots) did little to help black people in the country if anything it divided the country more in a way it did not need to go. The path that college students see isn’t broken it just looks hard. The long hours and determination to create something without knowing if it will work is a scary thing to see. The easiest way to avoid a disappointing life is to not try at all therefore you can’t every say you failed. But you can also never say you accomplished anything either. I knew several of these people twenty years ago, friends now long gone having given up on their dreams. This idea has been pushed on our current generation through television and film. The 2009 movie, Mr. Nobody tells the fictional story of a man that nobody knows. His life has different paths and tales told in a way that tells the audience that it doesn’t matter what you choose in life it all turns out the same. The message some of my former co-workers took from the film, “don’t bother trying because it doesn’t matter.” This is what art and culture are giving us these days. We now have a do-nothing generation that expects everything on a silver platter for the privilege of accomplishing nothing. Schwab points out how unfair life is then offers the world to an unmotivated generation on the backs of the same people he says are being paid unfairly. Who is going to pay for this radical change? The doctors and labor force that pay for everything already. You want to know what’s not fair? Forcing people to pay for those who choose to do nothing.

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The Great Reset: The Social Contract part 1

“For decades, it has slowly and almost imperceptibly evolved in a direction that forced individuals to assume greater responsibility for their individual lives and economic outcomes. Leading large parts of the population (most evidently in the low-income brackets) to conclude that the social contract was at best being eroded, if not in some case breaking down entirely.” Page 96.

I don’t know what social contract Klaus Schwab, a man who has worked for a university since the early 1970s and hangs out with billionaires and politicians in his spare time, was a part of or what he thought it entailed but yes personal responsibility is an idea that is important for society and mental wellbeing. The notion that personal responsibility is a bad thing might be the reason that the left has gone after Dr. Jordan Peterson time and time again. For a program like the Great Reset to work would mean that the public believes they are not responsible for their own wellbeing. In order for the great reset to happen all personal responsibility needs to be handed over to “big” government who knows what is best for you, instead of you. When this has happened in the past millions of people died. Mao knew what was best when he had the country growing only rice, causing a famine that China had never seen before. When the Tibetans were forced to grow crops they had never seen before, they starved unable to grow the new crop in a cold, high altitude environment. Stalin took farms away from people in the Ukraine and handed them over to people who had never farmed before. Millions staved and the soviet government had to produce poster telling people not to eat their children during the winter months. Needless to say, I would rather deal with a social contract where I can blame myself for what is happening in my world then point the finger at a government that never takes responsibility for the horrible things it has done.

“Today, the fundamental reasons underpinning the loss of faith in our social contracts coalesce around issues of inequality, the ineffectiveness of most redistribution policies, a sense of exclusion and marginalization, and a general sentiment of unfairness.” Page 96-97.

Inequality hasn’t been in issue until a bunch of communist, feminist, lesbian, trans rights activists started marching in the streets, setting fires to small businesses, and killing people in the name of Black Lives Matter. Equality is a buzz word, something to get people motivated behind. It sounds good therefore it must be, but when we look how equality and equity are used but these organization, including the World Economic Forum, we see that the definition changes to fit their narrative and keep the conversation moving towards their end goal. If people took personal responsibility for their actions then conversation revolving around inequality wouldn’t happen. This argument assumes that people in general are not in control of their own lives and need someone else to aid them through life.

As for redistribution policies, most people do not like the idea of having their money handed over to an organization that takes a cut for themselves then hands the rest over in the most inefficient way possible. The theft from those who are responsible to hand over their earnings to those unable or unwilling to better their own lives is never look upon as a good thing. As of February 2021, a group of investors took their money and bought stock in GameStop, a brick-and-mortar videogame store that looked like it was going to go out of business. In doing so, a group of hedge funds started to look at massive losses having shorted the stock trying to make easy money and kill the company all together. These people took personal responsibility for their finances and turned the game of the stock market on its head. Again, the people who took personal responsibility for their situation and bettered their lives were portrayed as villains instead of the American entrepreneurs they are. There is an agenda to teach the public to put their trust in the government and not to try solving their problems on their own. We have seen this time and time again. When wall street looks at the public, they say that they could do what they do but choose not to. When they do participate in the stock market the same people who pushed the idea of getting themselves out of poverty then scream “NO! Not like that!”

“Whichever form it takes, in almost all cases, the establishment’s response has been left wanting- ill prepared for the rebellion and out of ideas and policy levers to address the problem.” Page 97.

This passage was in regard to the rise in populism in many western countries like the UK, France, and the US. In the side margins I wrote as a note, “no shit.” Even after Joe Biden took power along with the rest of the Democratic left their first priority was to impeach the former president of the united states. The $2000 checks that were promised to the public for voting them into office were reduced to $1400, for some people, if you qualify. As of March 2, 2021, these checks have still not been approved by the senate and will like not ship out to those in need until April. The lefts lack of focus on anything other than “Orange Man Bad” continues to become more obvious and I can’t wait to sit back and watch them eat each other. As for the “rebellion,” the notion that the opposing side of a political view is now regarded as a rebellion or insurrection only divides the country more and serves no purpose other than to villainize people and reduce them too less than human. With Trump out of the picture the left is out of ideas, pulling a check book out to cover cost for things they can not afford, playing the same game of kicking the can down the street to leave for someone else to clean up.

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From the Cabin

3-1-2021 Vol 1 Issue 11

Politics: In the world of Joe Biden, it appears that doing missile strikes in Syria is okay, having the nuclear launch codes is not. Nancy Pelosi and other members of congress are asking for the president to make the launching of nuclear missiles an option not only for him but others in power. The decision has always been in the hands of the president but now there is a push to allows others to make that decision instead.  Like several presidents before him one of Biden’s first acts as president was to fire missiles at a hostile target to prove that his testicles still work. These were not just ISIS positions but Iranian positions as well. Fun how the news stated they were ISIS targets even though the Iranians have been fighting ISIS since it was created. It was mostly Iranian military that kicked ISIS out of Iraq while our previous president Obama reduced troops and did little to stop the ISIS invasion, except for arming ISIS in the beginning, but that is another story.

Former French president Sarkozy was sentenced to jail for corruption, but he will be allowed to fulfill his sentence from home.

Economics: Congress is looking to spend another 1.9 trillion dollars of money the country doesn’t have towards racist policies and more control over the lives of people. Black farmers will receive a bailout while white farmers will not. The minimum wage might increase to $15 an hour nationwide. Meanwhile your dollar is devalued in your bank account while other people are able to buy stuff on Amazon instead of paying their bills. If you want to know how wealth is being transferred in this country it is taking place through inflation and handing money to those who do not know how to save, make poor life choices like going into massive debt for a degree in Russian lesbian literature, or popping out three kids before they would have dropped graduated from high school if they had stayed enrolled.

Expect $3 a gallon for gasoline after the winter storm that went through Texas. Combined with a lack of oil production coming out of Russia and Saudi Arabia. Combine these factors with Biden’s halt of land leasing to oil companies and the next four years will be painful on your pocket books at the pump.

Gold: $1,723.40 troy ounce

Silver: $26.65 troy ounce

Platinum: $1,191.00 troy ounce

Copper: $4.11 pound

Bitcoin: $48,686.10

US National Debt: $27,968,317,000,000

Debt per citizen: $84,701

Food: If you have been paying attention for the past few weeks you might have noticed that food prices have gone up, shelves were empty in grocery stores in Texas, and the power was shut off to farms, warehouses, and production plants where these items are made. With the grid in Texas shutting down it meant that the whole supply chain concerning food also shut down. If this doesn’t show people how fragile our food supply chain is then I don’t know what will.

Self-defense: Countries around the world are debating the start of Covid-19 internment camps to keep people locked away for quarantine. Canada currently forces their citizens to check into a hotel for three days with a charge of $2,000. To leave the hotel means the person could face a fine and/ or prison time. The food supplied is stated to be cold and un-edible, rarely close to 2,000 calories. In Australia there is talk of turning old mining camps into covid-19 camps to hold people that test positive for the disease. Over a month ago, Germany was considering the creation of camps to house people that violate quarantine and hold them against their will. In New York state a bill sits before committee to allow the governor to detain people suspected of being infected with the virus and hold them in a camp for an indefinite period of time.

Health: Hank Aaron, the legendary baseball player died two weeks after taking the Covid-19 vaccine. Authorities say there is not link between the vaccine and the death of a man deemed healthy by his doctors, before an investigation has taken place and results of an autopsy are complete. Meanwhile lawyers in Germany are building a case for worldwide fraud in the mishandling of a pandemic that has a survival rate of 99.98%.

Climate: An iceberg larger than New York City has broken off of Antarctica, again. Meanwhile former president Barack Obama bought beachfront property. Who should we trust when it comes to the science of climate change/ global warming?

Editorial: It has been a while since I have put together one of these newsletters. Working a new job that takes up 14 hours of your day for five days in a row will put a dent in your free time. I don’t get to hear the news, delivering in a rural area limits the intake of news through talk radio and maybe a country station if you’re lucky. I heard about Hank Aaron, Glenn Beck’s jokes about pronouns, and how the Dems are trying to take away Joe Biden’s ability to carry the nuclear football. Time is short. I’m about half way through The Great Reset and I don’t know when I will be able to finish it. I hate it. Starting a project and not being able to finish it. This is the same repeating story of my life. I will keep this going the best that I can but post won’t be as often as they were and I don’t know if I will be able to keep up with the news as I was before.

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The Great Reset: The Fate of the US dollar

While reading this book I was surprised and yet not surprised at the same time that this was so far the shortest chapter. Schwab makes the obvious conclusion that there is a chance the US dollar will no longer be the world reserve currency. He discounts new forms of currency like Bitcoin but towards the end mentions the Chinese renminbi (RMB) as a possible replacement. I’m not sure if this is a smoke screen for what appears to already be happening with some countries suggesting copying the Chinese model of doing Social Credit Scores and moving all commerce to a digital format. For years now Russia and China have been buying up physical gold and silver, paying almost double in some situations above spot price, and building vaults in their national banks to house it in. Could there be a digital currency backed by gold and silver in the future? I guess we will have to wait and see.

Schwab closes the chapter by saying that the chance of the dollar losing its dominance is unlikely. But this also follows a paragraph talking about the printing of money and how inflation will pop up its ugly head as the US continues to create more dollars to keep programs going and tax revenue declines due to Covid-19. Regardless of the pandemic the odds of the US becoming insolvent were high from zero interest rates, poor (shitty) book keeping, lack of tax revenue, and an economy that has been bleeding money into China since the 1990’s. Companies like Walmart have supported the Chinese Communist Party for decades by destroying local economies throughout the US, buying cheap products from China and shipping US dollars to China to pay for cheap labor and funding China’s expanse across the globe. Those dollars were also used to buy US debt through the Federal Reserve making China a shareholder in the US government by being a partial owner of the treasury credit card. This impacts US foreign policy in obvious ways. Recently President Biden was asked about the concentration camps in China and what US policy was on it? “They have a different culture from us,” was the response from the president. When it comes to congress or the current president the policy has been obvious, let China do what they want because they own us. I long for the days when we had a leader that referred to the CCP as “motherfuckers.” Things drastically changed in a matter of weeks.

Whether Schwab wants to say it or not the day of the dollar is coming to a close. It would appear that those above us on the income ladder agree as certain commodities are bought up and stored away for a rainy day. Billionaires are buying land, companies, art, precious metals, antiques, and anything else that will increase or hold its value over time. Keep in mind that physical items are easier to transport wealth than actual money. A woman wearing a $10,000 neckless doesn’t have to claim it like she would if it was a briefcase filled with cash. Those who can afford it are buying Bitcoin, driving the price to $50,000 per coin, last I checked. The desire to move and own land caused a housing boom during Covid-19 that is finally coming to a close. The lack of employment and no support from the government to the middle or lower class kept people in dire straits looking at eviction in the coming months along with massive amounts of debt from the pandemic, all of this due to government policies, not the pandemic.

The mismanagement of the US dollar is not due to the pandemic as Schwab would like to suggest but the poor policies that have been in place since the year 2000. If any event was to blame for the downfall of the dollar it would be 9-11 not Covid-19. If anything, Covid-19 is the final nail in the coffin not the cause of its decline.

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Theft of an Election

https://time.com/5936036/secret-2020-election-campaign/

“A well-funded cabal of powerful people, ranging across industries and ideologies, working together behind the scenes to influence perceptions, change rules and laws, steer media coverage and control the flow of information.” Molly Ball -Time Magazine February 4, 2021

For anyone doubting the legitimacy of the 2020 election, you don’t have to go any further to find the truth. In this recent Time magazine article, the cocky liberal media is not only admitting in tampering with the election but rigging it for their own desired outcome. How far this goes after November 4 we don’t know, but if we wait long enough someone will start bragging about vote tampering.

One should not be surprised that the confession of this crime would be hidden behind the title “The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election” once you read the text you learn that the title is false unless your ideology justifies treating an election like a Russian presidential campaign.

Suspicion arose when a dislike candidate along with a hated running mate was leading in the polls while not campaigning and being hostile towards voters they didn’t agree with. The campaign strategy was nothing like had been seen before. Bailing out rioters who committed arson and assault. Visiting a known rape and kidnapping suspect after being shot by the police. Stating they were going to kill jobs in key industries across the country. Backing lockdowns that killed small businesses. Stating they would raise taxes while sending out checks to tax payers. The list goes on and on. Then there was the Hunter Biden laptop which held videos of Hunter raping underage Chinese girls while smoking crack. And still, somehow in this country, Biden became president of the United States. State governments claim that Biden received 80 million votes while Trump had 72 million. Trump received more votes during the second campaign than he did the first election meaning he grew in favor with the American public. Biden lost votes with black and Hispanic Americans. By every measurable statistic there is no way that Biden could have reached the numbers claimed in the end.

Continuing on, we have Ted Cruz who has an objection to the votes with evidence of voter fraud and election tampering. When the objection is to be heard the session is halted due to breech at the capital building. The few people organizing the raid that were arrested later turned out to be Antifa activists with prior arrest records at BLM riots in 2020. The objection was taken back and the evidence of voter fraud was never heard or investigated.

Like any other government that came into power legitimately, the Biden administration immediately continued on with an impeachment trial for a former president claiming he incited violence at the Capitol building by saying “Peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard.” There is a continued presence of 5000 national guard troops in Washington DC. The head of the ARMY announced on February 4, 2021 that the military was on a stand down order for 60 days to find and remove any racist, white supremist, radicals, and trump supporters from their ranks. From the previous background checks done around the time of the inauguration a soldier fails the loyalty test by posting a Gadsden flag on social media, voting or supporting Trump during 2020, or being a member of the NRA.

Rep. Marjorie Greene has been removed from her committee assignments for posting conspiracy theories before she was elected in the House. Meanwhile, AOC was caught lying about the events of the Capitol building raid and where she was during the event. None of her assignments have been changed.

As time goes on more changes have come up concerning a Reality Czar to regulate media. A new branch for domestic surveillance. The expansion of the CIA and FBI to operate in the United States to catch domestic extremists. The purging of the military. The removal of social media accounts who do not agree with the new administration. The list goes on and on.

Now is the time for conspiracy theorists to admit to themselves they were right. All the things that were said about the 2020 election turned out to be true. All of the repercussions of the election are coming true. So now what? Where do we go from here?

The election was stolen. “Ya we did it. What are you going to do about it?” Maybe they didn’t say that but let’s admit it, this is what they are now saying.

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From the Cabin

2-2-2021 Vol 1 Issue 7

Politics: 5000 troops will remain permanently in DC for the foreseeable future. A wall remains around the Capital Building with check points at intersections around the area.

Next week the first impeachment for a former president will start creating a new precedent for charging former presidents for alleged crimes. If this goes through here is the list of crimes our former presidents could be charged with who are still alive.

Barak Obama: The assassination of US citizens without trying to apprehend them or giving them due process. Drone strikes violating international law. Prosecution of reporters in violation of the First Amendment. Illegal surveillance of a political opponent.

George W. Bush: Illegal invasion of a foreign country under false evidence of international crimes. Death of 2 million Iraqis.

William Jefferson Clinton: Illegal sex with a Minor.

Economics: After the Reddit hedge fund attack a new series of article is being published pushing the idea that Reddit investors are buying up silver. A news story posted on YouTube by RT even sold the idea that Silver is the next boom. While these stories have been proven to be false the media still tries to sell them as verified facts. If you go to reddit the top thread is Do Not Buy Silver! Citadel, the company at the forefront of the hedge fund shorting scandal, owns a large percentage of silver stocks. The media’s push for people to buy silver and paper stocks is to cut the losses of the hedge fund that is losing money on their bet. This goes to show that not only is the game rigged but there are people in power who will try to use the media to change the game to their favor.

Gold: $1,838.30 troy ounce

Silver: $26.60 troy ounce

Platinum: $1,102.50 troy ounce

Copper: $3.54 pound

Bitcoin: $34,863.80

US National Debt: $27,864,127,000,000

Debt per citizen: $84,152

Self-defense: HR 127 is gaining some press now appearing on several YouTube channels and being talked about on the Tim Pool podcast. Odds are favorable that the gun bill brought to Congress by a Texas House Rep will not pass but it is 2021 and nobody can guess as to what might happen next.

The bill includes such extreme laws as a gun registration, licensing to own a firearm, psychological evaluations, a ban on military style weapons, a ban on .50 caliber rifles, and a license to own a historical firearm whether it works or not. Copies of this bill can be found at:

https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/127/text

if you desire to make personalized toilet paper.

Editorial: The Great Reset book review is under way. More installments will come out as I plow through this drivel.

The editing for my next book is coming to a close and should be available soon. Grey Nation will be available through Amazon and I will post when it goes on sale.

Special thanks to everyone who bought The Bangor Shuffle and continue to follow my work over the years. There is still some excitement when I see that a copy has sold.

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The Great Reset: Macro Reset

The following is part of a series about the book Covid-19: The Great Reset written by Klaus Schwab and Thierry Malleret. Some things to consider for this book, since the book has two authors it is unknown what information was added by which author.

  1. Interdependence

This section of the book compares aspects of society to boats. Each country at one time used to be their own boat but through globalization they became cabins on the same boat. Because of this independent ideology it is difficult to grasp the big picture and countries need to react to things like Covid-19 as if we are all on the same boat instead of trying to regulate what happens in our own cabins. This section made me question the movement towards populism and a desire that is growing in countries like isolationism. After all, if these countries had isolated or regulated travel as they wanted to before the Covid-19 outbreak would they have been affected like the rest of the planet? At what point are nations allowed to no longer participate in a global market or will they be forced to play along whether they like it or not?

In keeping with the boat analogy could one of the solutions to Covid-19 be isolationism and making a country a lifeboat away from the rest of the sinking ship?

  1. Velocity

With reference to our fast-paced society the argument is made that we already accept change and at a faster pace than before. More of the world is connected through the internet and we expect things faster and more immediate. As things become faster, we equate this with the fast pace of Covid-19 moving through the world even though it follows the same pattern as a bacterium populating a petri dish. Just like the end of the dish being filled so will the new policies of the Great Reset. A quote from Hemingway is used about being broke. At first, it’s a little at a time then its all at once. This is how the policies will be rolled out. We are already seeing this with the barrage of executive orders being signed by the Biden administration and policy changes in Canada and the UK.

  1. Complexity

The system of our society is a complex system that used specialized professions to keep things working. Because of these specialized positions it is difficult to see how one change in mortgages will affect the jobs market or college enrollment. The argument is made that nobody saw the financial collapse of 2008 coming and this is a flat out lie. Michael Ruppert warned people about what was coming two years before the housing bubble burst. Members of wall street took out credit default swaps on the mortgage bonds before they crumbled due to rising numbers of default mortgages. I saw it coming with the insane prices of houses while nobody had received a pay raise in three years. These things are not difficult to see coming and I’m tired of people who think they know better telling everyone afterwards there was no way to know.

In late march of 2020 my boss sat us down in the work room and asked what we could see next? What was coming after the lockdown? After a minute of silence I said, “civil unrest, famines, riots, societal collapse.” It wasn’t what people wanted to hear and so these voices go ignored and forgotten even after things happen. The people in charge say nobody knew to take some responsibility off their own shoulders leaving those that spoke up left out as crazies and undesirables.

Covid-19 is not a black swan event, but the consequences will be. It is not difficult to see the repercussions of Covid-19 on our society. This has been tracked since the beginning. The rise in suicide from the constant lockdowns, the closing of businesses, depression among kids, lack of trust in government and media. So far there are no consequences regarding Covid-19 that haven’t been seen. They are all driven by government policies and the results are easy to see or predict. Our government keeps printing money since tax revenue is not coming in, causing inflation and later a rise in interest rates which will make the federal government insolvent unless it prints more money to pay its bills. The balance books are too far to one side for the national debt to ever be paid back and there aren’t enough resources in the world to cover the damage. None of this is a black swan that nobody could have expected, it’s the obvious repercussions of poor management and credit card policies.

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