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Laura wrote: Mon Oct 11, 2021 6:03 pm
Pixel8r wrote: Mon Oct 11, 2021 6:01 pm My guess is that things will look very different within a month. Maybe rather than clapping we will be calling for the gallows.
Arrest this domestic terrorperson!
The great awakening is very real, you can see it already if you look carefully. Over this next month, I think the normies will be forced to reconsider and will start to wake from their deep sleep.

17 told us that there needed to be a scare event, I think inflation is that scare event. As I explained previously in the "reason for the lockdown", the dropping of the money velocity caused the inflation of the money supply to be hidden. Now we in the UK have opened up, the inflation will come roaring back at a record pace. This will be the 'scare event' and cause the normies to start questioning their massive debt. You can see that the CB already knows that inflation is coming back at pace, hence the talk of raising rates. Which won't make any difference at all, too little far too late.
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Most don't have a clue, and the Bolshevik Buggery Club will spin the hapless down the river of cold and hungry doom.
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Laura wrote: Mon Oct 11, 2021 6:23 pm Most don't have a clue, and the Bolshevik Buggery Club will spin the hapless down the river of cold and hungry doom.
Yes, that would have been the way but as I have said before their power has already been removed. They are now all just actors, playing their part in the show. The great awakening is the public waking up to what these people have been doing for far too long. We are watching a movie which has been expertly scripted.

For an example of the power already having been removed just look at how the royal family has been acting. Buckingham Palace has been empty since May 2020 and it is no longer guarded the way it used to be.
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I suspect that the co-conspirators that get announced in the Gislaine Maxwell case will be the start of what can't be hidden anymore (child trafficking by the elite). The media is going to have to start facing up to the lies they have been telling and start saving face very soon IMO.
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But it’s not all bad…
You can count your blessings. You have front row seats for the greatest crackup the world’s ever known. The dollar’s doomed. The nation is too

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/ ... going-down
“The fate of the nation and the fate of the currency are one and the same.”

We’ve seen that spineless money is synonymous with spineless nations. Nero’s Rome. Revolutionary France. Weimar Germany. 1980s Argentina. Zimbabwe. You name it…
(I disagree on Weimar)
Once a country’s economy and finances have been corrupted by fiat the fate of the nation is doom and disaster.

Yet it didn’t have to be this way. A balanced budget. Stable currency. Limited government. Industrious populace. Personal responsibility. Rule of law. Commonsense. These, and similar sensibilities, would have prevented all the wild moonshots.

Instead, we got lies, corruption, teachers unions, arbitrary rules, monster debt, Anthony Fauci, fake money, woke, and a dependent populace.

Management of a spineless currency by central planners always falls to frequent debauchery…followed by short episodic periods of crushing austerity. The central planners never seem to get it right. Their extreme intervention lurches the economy from boom to bust.
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Laura wrote: Fri May 20, 2022 1:21 pm ??? Voodoo, Shamans at Davos ?
https://brandnewtube.com/watch/new-age- ... oM8oR.html
Shouldn't this be in the "You couldn't make this up" thread?
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Pixel8r wrote: Fri May 20, 2022 1:49 pm
Laura wrote: Fri May 20, 2022 1:21 pm ??? Voodoo, Shamans at Davos ?
https://brandnewtube.com/watch/new-age- ... oM8oR.html
Shouldn't this be in the "You couldn't make this up" thread?
Nope.
These shallow psychos think they can invoke real power.
The bigger the show, the greater the result..... not.
They are too arrogant to realise that motive matters.
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"Death"? - or rebirth?
A near perfect summary?
https://blog.nomorefakenews.com/2022/06 ... ussia-war/

Let’s invent more money to support the Ukraine-Russia War

......... The Ukraine War is just another occasion for extending the con.

Massive inflation is created to impart “how serious the situation is.”

Sensible business people could sit down and work out ways to put the current financial apparatus back on sound international ground in a month.

But sensible people aren’t running the show.

Predators are.

“Remember, gentlemen, we have three goals here. We make as much money as possible. And then we insist the current financial system can’t any longer exist. And then we install a new system that maximizes out profits still further, while putting every human under the gun. We own his money and his property. We give a fraction of those assets back to the citizen, dribble by dribble, under the condition that he obeys all our rules.”

Meanwhile, out in the world, everybody and his brother are arguing about who should get the money that doesn’t exist until the predators push a button signaling that more can be invented out of thin air.
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