Another piece of the puzzle?

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  • Sat, Sep 04, 2021 - 07:42pm

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    bagginz

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    Another piece of the puzzle?

…seems plausible to me.

 

Is the current Covid insanity simply how the crash in the Crash Course looks like from ground level?

A panicking oligarchy setting smokescreens, running amok, over reaching?

 

“In financial markets powered by cheap loans, any increase in interest rates is potentially cataclysmic for banks, hedge funds, pension funds and the entire government bond market, because the cost of borrowing increases and liquidity dries up. This is what happened with the ‘repocalypse’ of September 2019: interest rates spiked to 10.5% in a matter of hours, panic broke out affecting futures, options, currencies, and other markets where traders bet by borrowing from repos. The only way to defuse the contagion was by throwing as much liquidity as necessary into the system – like helicopters dropping thousands of gallons of water on a wildfire. Between September 2019 and March 2020, the Fed injected more than $9 trillion into the banking system, equivalent to more than 40% of US GDP.

“The mainstream narrative should therefore be reversed: the stock market did not collapse (in March 2020) because lockdowns had to be imposed; rather, lockdowns had to be imposed because financial markets were collapsing.”  (my emphasis) ” With lockdowns came the suspension of business transactions, which drained the demand for credit and stopped the contagion. In other words, restructuring the financial architecture through extraordinary monetary policy was contingent on the economy’s engine being turned off. Had the enormous mass of liquidity pumped into the financial sector reached transactions on the ground, a monetary tsunami with catastrophic consequences would have been unleashed.

As claimed by economist Ellen Brown, it was “another bailout”, but this time “under cover of a virus.” Similarly, John Titus and Catherine Austin Fitts noted that the Covid-19 “magic wand” allowed the Fed to execute BlackRock’s “going direct” plan, literally: it carried out an unprecedented purchase of government bonds, while, on an infinitesimally smaller scale, also issuing government backed ‘COVID loans’ to businesses. In brief, only an induced economic coma would provide the Fed with the room to defuse the time-bomb ticking away in the financial sector. Screened by mass-hysteria, the US central bank plugged the holes in the interbank lending market, dodging hyperinflation as well as the ‘Financial Stability Oversight Council’ (the federal agency for monitoring financial risk created after the 2008 collapse)”

https:// **** thephilosophicalsalon. **** com/a-self-fulfilling-prophecy-systemic-collapse-and-pandemic-simulation/

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  • Sun, Sep 05, 2021 - 02:31pm

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    goldrunner1

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    Another piece of the puzzle?

Nice find bagginz.

I would recommend this article to everyone. To say the least this author has incredible insights into the machinations of the scamdemic. The author does a phenomenal job of pointing to where Capitalism has to go to for the psychopaths to remain in control. It pretty much describes much of what we are seeing in society today. He also gives us a good reconciliation of where things started to where we are right now. A bit long, but well worth the time invested to read.

For this immanent reason, capitalism is increasingly dependent on public debt, low wages, centralisation of wealth and power, a permanent state of emergency, and financial acrobatics.

If the military industry needs wars, the pharmaceutical industry needs diseases.

Whatever the case, the fundamental point is that Virus is still needed by senile capitalism, whose only chance of survival depends on generating a paradigm shift from liberalism to oligarchic authoritarianism.

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