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
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.