Saturday, June 05, 2021

The imaginary Mr. X

I tend to doubt this purported "Mr. X" actually exists. He reads more like a literary device than an actual person of import. That being said, literally everything that is reported to have come out of his mouth on economics and money appears to be much more accurate than not, from my perspective:

“You have to understand that Obama, Trump or Biden report to the same ‘number one,’ and they have no say on any important issue.

“Number one” was formerly OSS (Office of Strategic Services) with William J. Casey under Wild Bill Donovan (creator of OSS) and later CIA.  He married a super-rich lady and ran a prosperous industry.  Number one said that they were not going to stop the currency rigging that was destroying our industries as we were number one in the world and could afford it.  And Wall Street wanted to make money out of it who were rigging the markets through cash settlement to this day.  Number one also controls the Congress and the Supreme Court and I am quite familiar on how these leading wonders were groomed.  They essentially are picked because they can be controlled by past corruption and they have the goods on them.

“The CIA doctored the boarding tapes of Islamic people boarding planes in Boston and blamed 9-11 on a failed former CIA asset named Osama bin Laden who had nothing to do with it and then decided to detonate Building Number 7 since the necessary misdirection was supplied by the doctored boarding tapes. Then there was reason to send the army to Afghanistan, bin Laden’s lair, to take over the heroin/poppy trade there.  Trump wanted out of Afghanistan and that was why the Deep State had to engineer an election against him.  Trump had tapes showing this ruse and could have released them, to win the election.  For unexplained reasons, the tapes weren’t disclosed publicly.”

Balance of trade

“I had recommended to Donald how to cure the trade deficit in one step.  That step mean we would counter-rig the currencies who had trade surpluses with us as our allies had rigged their currencies against us by depreciating them.  We would buy the currencies of all trade surplus countries with the US raising their value so our nation would not buy their products to end the trade deficit and create a surplus to pay off 14 trillion of our net-deficit- position in the world.”

“You do not need tariffs to stop the trade deficit you just realign the currencies.  We just counter-rig by buying their currencies.  I guarantee you it will work, for if necessary, we would put the Euro to 3 dollars per euro.  We would buy nothing.  And that would end NATO.  Fine.”


“When the Bitcoin people came to me for my support for their coins, I said if you make them redeemable in gold, and you continue with an unchangeable finite amount of gold backing each coin, and that gold is in a secure place, then you will replace the world currencies if US military allows you to do so.  Otherwise, I have no interest in your phony currency.”

China vs. USA

“China is a unified country.  Everyone is Chinese.  The United States is a Balkanized country where everyone is at each-others’ throats.  We saw that when hundreds of cities burned last summer but the roots were quite apparent without such a demonstration if we look at the demographic characteristics of the historical rising crime waves that are out of control in the US.   The black male rape attacks on white women are so bad that Obama had the series stopped.”

“We need not run the gamut of comparisons with China as the proportions are about the same in all product lines.  Our analysis is that the GDP of China is about double that of the US in real terms.  China is the greatest industrial power in the world dwarfing the EU and the United States.  China has returned to its original status of world leader in 1400 AD.  … Today we calculate the Chinese GDP at about 40 trillion dollars a year.   Their steel production is above a trillion tons a year against ours which is less than 100 billion.  Their motor vehicle production is 27 million cars a year and ours 11 million a year in 2017.   And I could go on and on.”

We know the GDP is fake. I proved that beyond any shadow of a possible doubt back in 2009, in the No One Knows Anything chapter of The Return of the Great Depression, when I showed that the margin of publicly reported errors is consistently greater than the difference between economic growth and economic contraction.

Now, consider the possibility that the real economy of China is twice the size of the US economy. This might go a very long way to explaining the strange geopolitical developments of the last two years, as well as why the USA and the rest of the West is obviously backing away from their decades-old promises to Hong Kong and Taiwan.

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Blogger Geoffroi de Bohemonde June 05, 2021 9:58 AM  

A good dictator like Sulla could solve these troubles.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd June 05, 2021 10:10 AM  

China is definitely building ships, and they aren't LCS.

Blogger Sicarius June 05, 2021 10:31 AM  

At risk of asking a midwit question what series is x referring to "Obama had the series stopped.”

Blogger Ariadne Umbrella June 05, 2021 10:32 AM  

steel, or railroads. possibly oil, but probably steel or railroads.

Blogger Chuck Blythe June 05, 2021 10:33 AM  

X cellent piece this morning. Thanks Vox!

Blogger Nate June 05, 2021 10:33 AM  


Taiwan is a great country and the US should sell them nukes.

And China is nothing but fraud

Blogger Bettey Fontaneaux June 05, 2021 10:45 AM  

What exactly was in Building 7 that made it so important? This seems a lot of overkill when simple theft would have sufficed.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd June 05, 2021 10:46 AM  

China's ships and planes need only be good enough that we must destroy them, and as long as they can make ships, et cetera faster than we can build the missiles to destroy them, they win. If they can actually make effective weapons, they win quickly.

Since they own Biden and the Pentagon, that's all academic.
Nate wrote:Taiwan is a great country and the US should sell them nukes.
The US should.
Japan might. Taiwan actually matters to them, maybe, and their government may not be a wholly owned subsidiary of China.

Blogger Unknown June 05, 2021 10:46 AM  

The OSS was dissolved in late 1945. Even if X was 18 in 1945, that means he is alive and in his full faculties enough to run the country at 94 years old.

Even if he meant the INR (from 46 to 47) that means X is running the US at 92 years old, at the very least. Adrenochrome is great stuff. But come on.

Blogger Unknown June 05, 2021 10:52 AM  

Sicarius wrote:At risk of asking a midwit question what series is x referring to "Obama had the series stopped.”

I am guessing he means the uniform crime report tables from the FBI, by race of offender and race of victim.

Somewhat famously at the time, at the end of his presidency Obama ordered about 3/4 of the detailed tables deleted, and the Democrats then claimed Trump did it.

Blogger Hescominsoon June 05, 2021 11:02 AM  

Nate wrote:Yawn.

Taiwan is a great country and the US should sell them nukes.

And China is nothing but fraud

So is the Current United States.

Blogger Balkan Yankee June 05, 2021 11:07 AM  

"The US should sell them nukes."

Yup. At a discount.

Blogger Reziac June 05, 2021 11:10 AM  

Mr. X appears to be wholly the creation of the author, given that Bill Sardi is a well-known fruitcake (and his exchanges with those who disagree with him reveal that he's also a total gamma).

Blogger Doktor Jeep June 05, 2021 11:17 AM  

Interesting article. What does it take to get on Mr. X's mailing list?
Hopefully not child sacrifice.

Blogger pyrrhus June 05, 2021 11:18 AM  

O/T. Epic rant by Sara Hoyt!...

Blogger Caesar Rodney June 05, 2021 11:21 AM  

I know Mr. X as a video game NPC who stalks you while you explore unfamiliar areas and fight monsters. You can hear his footsteps from other rooms. After reading the linked article, I like the association of this trope with the looming downfall of any service economy (i.e. the U.S.): any concept of value not tethered to physical reality can disappear at any time without warning.

Blogger Jab Burrwalky June 05, 2021 11:23 AM  

The annual series of interracial crime statistics collected from various law enforcement agencies. Because it showed his tribe as being intolerable savages.

Blogger Crew June 05, 2021 11:24 AM  

Now, consider the possibility that the real economy of China is twice the size of the US economy.

Is this why the empire is trying to import lots of illegals? They think that mere numbers will allow them to defeat China and have not realized that it's the smart fraction that counts!

Blogger Meanoldbasterd June 05, 2021 11:31 AM  

That series of data in the crime statistics reporting

Blogger Imwill June 05, 2021 11:33 AM  

Your satire is hilarious. It is satire right?

Since you’ve been to China, and seen how they are exploding in prosperity, where you as shocked as I was to find out all the assumptions we are fed about them are a meme based on the China of 20 years ago?

Blogger Critias June 05, 2021 11:36 AM  

If the center of the cabal are the jewish criminal banking dynasties, Schiff, Warburg, Rothschild etc. and they are the ones who created intelligence agencies in every country that matters - to protect their finical interests. What is the leverage those trillionairs have that stops the folks at the top of the IC simply deposing them from the top of the pyramid?

Blogger Desdichado June 05, 2021 11:36 AM  

I know Mr. X as a video game NPC who stalks you while you explore unfamiliar areas and fight monsters. You can hear his footsteps from other rooms. After reading the linked article, I like the association of this trope with the looming downfall of any service economy (i.e. the U.S.): any concept of value not tethered to physical reality can disappear at any time without warning.

He's the mysterious figure from the song of the same name by Ultravox on their seminal Vienna album from 1980.

Blogger Fatty June 05, 2021 11:38 AM  

"The US should sell them nukes."

Yup. At a discount

Why? Taiwan has the ability to build their own.

Blogger SweetieSquad37 June 05, 2021 12:20 PM  

Very unrelated to the blog post, but I just want to thank you and show my appreciation. It means a lot to get these opinions and references to other articles that are worth a viewing. To add to that, the books you have published have also been of immense help. The return of the great depression forced me to learn a lot more about economics and understand it faster than any lesson I had in college. And your book on Jordan Peterson quickly disabused me of the notion that he was /ourguy/.

Blogger Pathfinderlight June 05, 2021 12:21 PM  

How does this:
"Number one said that they were not going to stop the currency rigging that was destroying our industries as we were number one in the world and could afford it."

Square with this one later in the quote?
"Our analysis is that the GDP of China is about double that of the US in real terms. China is the greatest industrial power in the world dwarfing the EU and the United States."

The context is economic, but it clearly isn't referring to GDP. Perhaps it's relating to currency manipulation. Perhaps it's referring to (((us))) as elites instead of us as a country.

Blogger Zander Stander June 05, 2021 12:34 PM  

The bitcoin people? Who dey?
That goes for the rest of Mr X's ramblings.

Blogger M In The 517 June 05, 2021 12:58 PM  

Mr. X was also the identity of the character being pursued in the board game Scotland Yard.

Blogger Unknown June 05, 2021 1:11 PM  

They have a dying population with the cliche Marxist retirement ponzi. Expansion/imperialism is required to keep their Boomers in bread and circuses. Some of them probably remember Mao's 'special cases' (code for cannibalism) which explains why the cult liked them. At least they have the spare cities in case of nuclear, meanwhile Western infrastructure crumbles and the young natives pay tax to out-group reproduction, preventing their own. Demographics is destiny.

Blogger Unknown June 05, 2021 1:20 PM  

@16 The (((libertarian)) was always code for traitor. I wonder what will happen to sellouts in New York and London when the stocks crash. @17 dirty little secret is most rapists are repeat offenders and also commit other crimes like murder so it'd be easy to round them up, if we wanted. 8 Armies need bodies. You put the low IQ out front as cannon fodder. @20 Usury is not prosperity, Marxists over-promise largesse. Their filial piety will financially destroy them.
The tech superbubble applies to everything even Youtubers who think attention whoring into a camera is work. What happens when this pops? To white people in the West I mean.

Blogger KingKrawFish June 05, 2021 1:44 PM  

Mr. X also criticized usury & sodomy.

Blogger KingKrawFish June 05, 2021 1:49 PM  

My favorite conspiracy theory on WTC 7 is that many of the perps who rigged the TTs to fall were in 7 to witness the event and were taken out themselves as a way to eliminate witnesses.

Blogger Balkan Yankee June 05, 2021 2:18 PM  

"Why? Taiwan has the ability to build their own."

Because rhetoric and dialectic go together likes nuts and gum.

Blogger Harry_the_Horrible June 05, 2021 2:45 PM  

Stopped at "China is a unified country..."

Blogger ashepherd June 05, 2021 2:50 PM  

If China takes Taiwan, kiss your computer-run gadgets and cars good-bye. Singapore can't expand their fab plants fast enough as it is. Why do you think China has been cultivating all the Southern oriental sphere?

Blogger Fatty June 05, 2021 2:51 PM  

"Why? Taiwan has the ability to build their own."

Because rhetoric and dialectic go together likes nuts and gum.

True though they should also build their own , I wouldn't trust American made nukes.

Blogger zenshade June 05, 2021 2:52 PM  

This doesn't pass the smell test, imho. I get why Vox highlighted it, as some of it is consistent with his own observations and derived conclusions. To be clear, I'm not questioning Vox, whose intellectual integrity I have the utmost respect for. This Mr. X, though, and his purported "influence/knowledge", is the sort of thing found in every third-rate spy novel. Or out of the mouths of people like Simon Parkes, who may have a few inside connections they get morsels from and then attempt to guess and construct/describe a theory about what may be really happening behind the scenes, only to have real-world events contradict them time after time.

I wish I could say I could do better. Lord knows I've tried and I'm still trying. But nothing is really adding up at this point. "Curiouser and curiouser", as Vox so aptly put it. I mean, Trump getting into office and surviving for 4 very productive years makes no sense at all in the context of China (or Deep State globalists, take your pick) having the kind of destructive leverage over all of our institutions that now "seems" apparent. How does showing people how good things can actually be with a President acting in their best interests benefit the endgame of any malicious foreign actors? I still maintain Trump would have simply been assassinated within a few months of taking office if it were just a case of him winning the election by voters overwhelming the then in-place election fraud mechanisms. He could not have survived without having the backing of some very powerful players who themselves had leverage on the key power structures of the world.

One scenario I can think of that fits "some" of the facts is that the God Emperor himself was duped into playing a role by being promised certain kinds of support (military, intelligence, etc.) that then progressively evaporated when push came to shove, for the express purpose of weakening certain groups of power players, to achieve some objectives having nothing to do with the well-being of the American people. Bill Barr's performance would fall right in line with that. I'm about evenly divided between that scenario and the Q one about " are watching a movie", wherein almost everyone is playing a "role" to bring about "the great awakening" shift in public consciousness. The recent exposure of Fauci and the Wuhan lab leak info gives some hope in that direction. But I simply don't know, and it is quite maddening.

Blogger Caleo June 05, 2021 2:52 PM  

21. Critias- That is the ultimate question in regards to all of the insanity unleashed on this world in the last century.

Why don't these Intel people, or military Spec Ops, just "neutralize" the handful of banking families that run/own everything and play with our lives and communities like toys?

For that matter, why doesn't Putin hit these people?

What stops the managerial/military class from simply smoking the small number of people running everything?

What unseen power does the true elite wield?

Blogger Balkan Yankee June 05, 2021 3:37 PM  

@35: That's the spirit!

Blogger Shimshon June 05, 2021 3:40 PM  

Some good insights, but mostly derivative. Let me know when Mr. X spills the beans on NASA. Until then, yawn.

Blogger Jack Ward June 05, 2021 4:56 PM  

I think by late Sept. if nothing changes, we will know. In the knowing, what then?
Of course, this assumes that the bio trigger has not been pulled on those deluded souls that took the vaxx. If that trigger is real and is initiated and as the population of USA surges downward through the 100 million mark I suspect church attendance will skyrocket. Or not.

Blogger Jofrieder Luther June 05, 2021 4:58 PM  

Czar Putin nationalized Gazprom & arrested a few (((oligarchs))) so I would say he has hot the Globalists Elites.

Blogger stevo June 05, 2021 5:12 PM  

So far I find that the conspiracy theory that nukes aren't real has legs.

Blogger Teleport me off this rock June 05, 2021 5:32 PM  

Bitcoin is a "phony" currency immediately after talking about "rigging" the dollar against other fiat. This is a LARP by someone who's not half as clever as they believe they are.

And just how old would any "former OSS officer" be today? Over 100?

Blogger zenshade June 05, 2021 6:38 PM  

@37. The easy answer is that the elite are much favored by the "god of this world". A more in-depth answer is that you aren't talking about a few tens of people that need eliminated. You can't just cut the head off the evil snake and thereby kill it. You are talking about a vast, hierarchical network of many layers whose participants likely increase by a factor of ten each layer down you go. Something like ten dark emperors at the top, a hundred general types below that, a thousand lieutenants below them, down to potentially millions at the foot soldier level, covering all aspects of the political, business, academic, criminal, and, most importantly, military and intelligence classes. If you cut the head of the snake off, another one will rise up to take it's place immediately.

The key thing is, once you reach a certain level of control within an organization, you never advance anyone that you can't control, i.e. have leverage over. The preferred method of compromise should be fairly obvious given the number of politicians, CEOs, etc who have been peripherally associated with pedophilia, if not outright indicted for it. It's probably the case that the promotion pool of candidates consist almost entirely of individuals who already have a predilection for that behavior.

Now consider that each layer and node in a layer likely acts in a compartmentalized "need to know" manner, like sleeper cells, with only a few individuals monitoring the lower levels and knowing little about the layers above. Those individuals primarily know only that they are given marching orders by people who will destroy them if they don't obey.

It's also a near certainty that the people who publicly look like they are high up in the power echelon really aren't, like the handful of banking "families" or creeps like Bill Gates and Jack Dorsey. They're just a front to keep the real power hidden. Taking them out would be VERY ineffective.

The likely truth is we're dealing with a sprawling evil that's akin to a monstrously large beast from the depths of hell that has a million tentacles and can only be weakened but never killed, due simply to the sinful nature of man and it having dominion over this material world. It's weakness is it is made up of parasitical liars that can create almost nothing on their own. "Ye shall know them by their fruits."

And fight it we must, or it will without hesitation destroy everything we care about.

Blogger Crew June 05, 2021 7:59 PM  

I like Nick Cole's take on the 'Rona in his latest book: Violence of Action!

Blogger The Harlequin Romance of Neutron Bombs June 05, 2021 8:05 PM  

The only guy I can think of who would sort of fit the description of Number One is 97 year old William Webster, former CIA and FBI director (only person to be both), recorded that he served in USN in WWII, not listed on OSS personnel rolls but then that could be fudged. Married twice, dunno if either wife was an heiress. Just stepped down last year from a long stint as chair of the Homeland Security Advisory Council.

Blogger Scientific Manager June 05, 2021 8:06 PM  

"bitcoin people"?

Which ones? The BTC BCH BSV BCHA Bitcoin Candy, Bitcoin Gold, ... or wait ... the Etherium people? ETH? ETC?

Maybe they dusted the ice off of HAL and got him to do it. Ten points off for not even knowing the subject basics.

Blogger Geoffroi de Bohemonde June 05, 2021 8:20 PM  

Hidden nukes in all key cities.

Blogger Nostromo June 05, 2021 9:27 PM  

Sooo Hydra?

Blogger Ransom Smith June 05, 2021 9:27 PM  

So far I find that the conspiracy theory that nukes aren't real has legs.
Nukes aren't real.
McArthur wanted to vaporize Manchuria right before Truman fired him.
I've always wondered if Truman fired him because then they'd have to admit nuclear fission is only good for energy production.

Blogger urthshu June 05, 2021 10:59 PM  

>>as the population of USA surges downward through the 100 million mark I suspect church attendance will skyrocket.

Funerals have a way of doing that

Blogger R Devere June 05, 2021 11:13 PM  

Seems quite a few upper level folks were buying the "nukes aren't real" conspiracy theory until that little episode in the Beirut port.

Go back and watch the video of that. Then, if you still think a few extra bags of fertilizer accomplished that wave of destruction, you been smokin' too much of Colorado's finest buds!

Blogger Unknown June 06, 2021 7:40 AM  

Ransom Smith wrote:So far I find that the conspiracy theory that nukes aren't real has legs.

Nukes aren't real.

McArthur wanted to vaporize Manchuria right before Truman fired him.

I've always wondered if Truman fired him because then they'd have to admit nuclear fission is only good for energy production.

Operation Desert Rock. Thousands of troops watched them go off.

Even back when America was still America, you couldn't force that many troops to lie for a scam.

Blogger Avalanche June 06, 2021 7:41 AM  

@17 "Because it showed his tribe as being intolerable savages."

Because the crime states show the truth that his tribe are intolerable savages.


When you can merge rhetoric AND dialectic into a single sentence? Yippee!

Blogger Fletch June 06, 2021 8:13 AM  

Maybe this anonymous insider identified by a letter of the alphabet could change the delivery method to stochastic phrases and apparent breadcrumbs that we must research ourselves. I believe that works well. Maybe a catch phrase his followers could repeat? Like, "Trust the Mr. X-files?"

I've said too much already!
Banana stand
Ham sandwich
Nucleic acid

Blogger Harambe June 06, 2021 9:54 AM  

I don't think nukes are a lie or anything, but there are some pretty big thermobaric bombs that make spectacular explosions.

Blogger Imwill June 06, 2021 11:44 AM  

I notice the hard sperging over Bitcoin.
It’s called a colloquialism buddy, look it up.

Blogger SonyAD June 06, 2021 12:09 PM  

But but but but China is socialist!

Yeah, GDP not normalised to the M3 money supply, at least, is pretty much useless as an economic and prosperity indicator, in my opinion. Of course, the boomers, lolbertarians, liberals, neoliberals, classical liberals, conservacucks and others on the economic right swear by the Holy GDP being the only indicator that matters (or the only thing that matters at all, apart from maybe the stock market, prices on which are also heavily dependent on the money supply but are never actually compared to it), but only when it's not normalised to the money supply. Cause then it might actually be useful and informative and might actually show economic contraction is occurring.

I think there are better indicators than even GDP normalised to the m3 money supply, such as energy production and consumption (even that can be partly misleading due to differences in the energy efficiency of housing, home appliances, cars), rate of car and home ownership, tons of steel manufactured or recycled per year, tons of fuel of various types consumed per year and others.

Very few people know or understand that allowing consumer loans in foreign currencies within your borders weakens them against your own currency within your borders. This is because all bank loans are currency creation and by allowing loans in foreign currencies within your borders, you are allowing endogenous creation of foreign currency reserves which didn't enter your country as payments for your exports. Thereby making foreign currencies cheaper in your country than they ought to be. Thereby driving down the exchange rates for them. Thereby making imports which must be paid in said foreign currencies cheaper than the ought to be, in your country.

Which, of course, is a hidden subsidisation of imports into your country. Which, of course, causes:
1. your country to become de-industrialised,
2. the service sector to become the only place people can still find employment
3. unemployment to rise.
4. life expectancy and living standards to drop.
5. population flight.
6. birth rates to plummet.
7. abortion rates, infant mortality to skyrocket.
8. massive inflation, most visible in real-estate prices, which are also a fan favourite for being paid for using bank loans, which are themselves usually awarded in foreign currencies in countries which allow consumer loans in foreign currencies and start this entire train wreck to begin with.

This is the recipe which was applied to my own country, Romania.

It all starts with free trade and free lending (allowing consumer loans in foreign currencies within your borders). Loans in foreign currencies should only ever be allowed for the funding of the import of means of production and manufacturing or design technology. Never consumer goods, real-estate or end products.

The economic right is full of useful idiots and traitors. And there are a lot of them.

Blogger SonyAD June 06, 2021 1:44 PM  

Also, the reason the US has had a negative trade balance since the 70s, and has been able to sustain it for that long without consumer loans in foreign currencies within its borders (that I know of, maybe I'm just ignorant but I don't think that's a thing in the United States) is the getting other countries to demand dollars for their oil exports and also for conducting international trade between themselves as well, in addition to conducting trade with the US in USD.

What this does is create artificial demand for the USD, demand which does not need to come from demand for US exports combined with the need to pay for said goods and services using USD, but can come from the demand for other countries' exports combined with the need for USD with which to pay for said goods and services.

The US has been sustaining its 50 years old negative trade balance by parasitizing the rest of the world economy. Which it did by 'convincing' or coercing other countries to demand USD as payment for their own exports, as if they were exports of the US economy, instead of demanding payment in their own national currency.

People and countries which threatened to jeopardise this arrangement, or dared consider selling their oil or other exports for euros or gold or anything other than USD quickly found themselves on the wrong end of the US military industrial complex.

No one can be allowed to be seen to have given up the USD for payment for its exports without very dire, very unpleasant, very deleterious consequences, lest a very dangerous precedent be set: that the US now allows countries to throw off the US currency yoke on their exports without utterly destroying them.

It's fear of the US MIC that keeps this system in place. And it's a bad system for everyone, including the US. Because it means deindustrialisation, unemployment, an over bloated service sector and a monstrously over bloated and parasitical financial sector, loss of diversity and robustness in the economy etc.

The longer a negative trade balance is maintained artificially, the harder and more painful it is to finally give up. Because the more de-industrialised and dependent on imports you become.

Which brings us to present day and the massive inflation of the USD money supply by the US banking system. Which I suspect to be an attempt to soften the transition away from a massively subsidised negative trade balance. Inflating the US money supply in the US at massive rates, faster than can be absorbed or compensated for by other countries' positive trade balances, means that imports will gradually start to become more and more prohibitive, even with the USD still being the reserve currency and the currency for most international trade.

Which, theoretically, should start to result in the gradual re-industrialisation of the US. However, having kept Trump's tariffs in place would have been much more helpful than attempting to do this only through debasing the currency as fast as possible. The obvious intention of dismantling the highway system is probably the kernel of a plan to start transitioning the US to rail travel, less commuting and especially far less commuting by car, in preparation for gas prices to skyrocket for Americans once the petrodollar becomes a thing of the past. The intentional economic devastation caused by the lockdowns and restrictions on service sector business activity was and probably still is intended to reduce the miles that the average American commutes, by car, per year, by rendering them unemployed from their jobs that require cheap energy for long commutes and also killing the businesses that employed people who commute a long way to their workplace. People who commute a long way to their workplace are mostly people who don't get paid enough to afford to live within city limits. And most of those people work in service sector jobs in retail or restaurants/hospitality industry.

Blogger bw June 06, 2021 2:36 PM  

Fletcher Prouty

The Secret Team

Blogger Dan Karelian June 06, 2021 9:05 PM  

The troops were duped by a mushroom cloud, which can be produced with enough conventional explosives. It was a psy-op to coax them into becoming witnesses to something that did not happen.

Blogger Beery Swine June 06, 2021 11:51 PM  

All I have to say is that I fully admit that a lot of this currency talk is over my head. Bitcoin being a fake grabble is at least easy to understand for me.

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