2-4-2021 Vol 1 Issue 8
Politics: AOC is the butt of all jokes these days as her story of fear about the Capitol Protest is picked apart and proven false. Three versions of her story have been discovered and with the Impeachment around corner no one can figure out why she is pushing this agenda a month after the event.
1984 is here and the Democratic held government is pushing for more surveilance on law abiding citizens. NPR did an interview with a former member of the CIA who said we need to start using the tactics we learned in Iraq and Afghanistan here at home against US insurgents. These tactics include: indefinite detention, drone strikes, the capture of suspects in the middle of the night during helicopter raids, torture, hiring local gangs to assassinate targets, and using mercenary companies to perform illegal actions since there were exempt from rules of engagement.
Some of the definitions of insurgents include, supporting or voting for Trump, believing in conspiracies, devoutly religious, anti-media or anti-government, pro 2A, climate change denier, and supports the constitution of the United States.
Economics: The Gamestop rebellion appears to be over for the moment. With the failed push into the silver market wall street and the media continue to struggle in figuring out a way to control the new army of investors taking over the market. Silver dropped in price this week in a failed push towards raising the price. The price of Gamestop dropped close to $100 a share compared to the $400-500 range it hovered in most of the week.
Gold: $1,788.10 troy ounce
Silver: $26.06 troy ounce
Platinum: $1,101.20 troy ounce
Copper: $3.55 pound
US National Debt: $27,871,928,000,000
Debt per citizen: $84,170
Food: Seed companies are still having delays in orders and increased demands as we approach spring. While some people say we won’t see a shortage of seeds there is a good chance of missing out on early planting season with some sites having a 30 day back order notice posted on their webpage.
Self-defense: Black Lives Matter, the communist organization that received 2 billion dollars in 2020 from donors, has been nominated for the Nobel “Mostly peaceful” prize. The reason for being nominated is as follows: 2 billion dollars in damages nationwide, 200 million dollars in damages in Minneapolis, 30 people dead including retired police captain David Dorn. Countless businesses looted, burned down, putout of business, extortion by BLM activists against small businesses, using public funds to paint political signs on public property, using public funds to pay police to protect political signs on public property, destruction of statues across the country, the siege of the federal courthouse in Portland, harassment, intimidation, bodily harm, and the list goes on and on. If this is how we get peace in the future, prepare for more war.
Editorial: While I might have had some time off recently it doesn’t feel like I have been out of work. In two weeks, I’ve published two new books, kept this news letter going along with the rest of the website, and I’m currently working of the rerelease of any fourth Future Collapse book, The Long Winter. It was a failed project for many reasons and because of many people including myself. I went back to the original Novella and have to say that is where the book should have stayed. I still have a stack of material to work on and finish before I start my new job. I’m hoping the next ten days will see more items released and my work load lightening with my days occupied by fulltime work and starting a farm in the spring.