China Just Does What it Wants, No Consequences By Brian Simpson

     The Covid-19 madness could have been prevented by China just acting, morally, or even quicker:

“The global influence of the Chinese Communist Party both economically and militarily is one of the most concerning stories so far in the 21st century. Despite years of human rights abuses, currency manipulation, dishonest trade practices, and threats to democracy, the Chinese communist government has been able to grow its economy and influence throughout the world at a breathtaking pace. The current COVID-19 pandemic, and the global economic upheaval it has created, has exposed China as the reckless, dishonest member of the global community that many of us knew them to be. The outbreak in Wuhan and the communist government’s efforts to keep this quiet have led to a global catastrophe. National security advisor Robert O’Brien suggested that this cover up delayed the global response to COVID-19 by two months while the Chinese government allowed its own people to continue traveling to Wuhan and abroad, infecting the world. A study from Southampton University in England found that if China had acted sooner, the damage could have been mitigated by 95 percent. This is staggering when looking at the lives lost and the economic turmoil created. Instead of alerting the world, the Chinese government silenced its doctors, forbidding them from sharing information which could have spared so many lives. This negligence is compounded by the fact that China either failed or refused to follow the rules imposed by the World Health Organization following an outbreak of SARS in 2003 - the last time China gifted us with a global pandemic.

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The Eternally Evasive Old Age Pension By Mrs Vera West

     For many today, the old age pension is a moving fence, a horizon that ever resides, since the state wastes so much money on multiculturalism, immigration and diversity, that there is nothing left to reward hard working citizens for a lifetime of slaving away. Talk about being expendable!

“Though we’re living longer, this doesn’t necessarily mean our health will allow us to work for additional years. Healthy working life expectancy tells us the average number of years people in a population are likely to be healthy and in paid work from the age of 50. Healthy working life expectancy focuses on working life after age 50, which is when health problems (such as common age-related diseases, including pain or mobility issues) can make it difficult for people to continue working or find a job that fits their needs. Our study of healthy working life expectancy found that on average, people in England can expect to be healthy and in work for almost nine and a half years after age 50. However, these years are not necessarily lived consecutively as people may temporarily leave work or experience health problems. These findings came from data on 15,284 people aged over 50 in England who were interviewed several times from 2002 to 2013. Compared to the national average, healthy working life expectancy is higher for men (10.94 years) and lower for women (8.25 years). We also found that healthy working life expectancy is higher for people in non-manual or self-employed occupations (such as office workers) than those in manual occupations (such as electricians or care workers). It also increased alongside education level. People also tend to have longer healthy working lives in the south compared to the north of England. This reflects the worse health and economic conditions typically seen in the north. The amount and type of jobs available regionally also influence differences in healthy working life expectancy, as people who cannot find a job that suits them won’t be able to continue working. We also split the population into five equal-sized groups based on deprivation. We found that the people living in the least deprived areas tended to stay healthy and in work for almost four years longer (10.53 years) than those living in the most deprived areas (6.80 years).

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The Economic Apocalypse is Here By Peter West

     Clearly, this is not going to end well:

“Nearly half of the U.S. adult population is without a job, as the number of Americans filing for unemployment remains high and reopening in several states is slowed because of high levels of new coronavirus cases. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment-population ratio for May 2020 shows that just 52.8 percent of the adult population was employed last month. This means that 47.2 percent of adult Americans are jobless despite a surprising surge in jobs in May. The employment-population ratio highlights the number of employed people as a percentage of the U.S. adult population, creating a broader picture of the rate of employment across the country. While the unemployment rate only includes those actively looking for a job, this ratio accounts for those not in the labor force and those discouraged about their prospects of finding a job. The labor force only includes about 60 percent of the U.S. adult population. May's ratio figures showed a massive plunge from the 61.2 percent employed in January 2020. It had increased slightly from 51.3 percent in April. It is also far below the record post-war high of 64.7 percent in 2000 as experts warn that up to 30million jobs will have to be created to get it back to its peak.”

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Get Ready for the Return of the Old Dole By James Reed

     This is where things get interesting. People have been thrown out of work, given more than the usual dole to not sink under the flood waters of corona, but soon, that dole will be taken away, and everyone goes into free fall. I imagine that the BLM protests are going to look like the good old days in a few months’ time.

“It’s a devastating hidden statistic weighing on the mind of the Prime Minister as he considers a “snapback” to a $40-a-day dole. Three in four unemployed Australians forced to survive on the old $275-a-week dole were forced to skip meals or couldn’t afford fresh fruit and vegetables. Now, there are fears this is the grim future that more than 1.6 million Australians face when the JobSeeker payment is slashed at the end of September. Just over two months ago, the Jobseeker payment was doubled to $550 to help thousands of workers who lost their jobs in the coronavirus pandemic. At the time, the PM stressed that the increase was temporary and that the dole would return to normal in late September. But now, as the ranks of the unemployed swell when the Morrison Government also axes the JobKeeper wage subsidy in September, more Australians will be forced to live in poverty. In a survey of almost 1000 Australians who rely on JobSeeker, the Australian Council of Social Service has found that 9 out of 10 people reported that the removal of the new JobSeeker rate would have a significant or extreme impact on their ability to cover the cost of essentials.”

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What About BlackRock? By Charles Taylor

     This article by Ellen Brown, “Meet BlackRock, the Great Vampire Squid,” caught my eye. What could that be about? I must admit that I knew nothing about this financial entity, which I guessed it was rather than some recreational area, like a park with a huge mountain that people climbed and fell off to their death. Wow, just consider this:

“To most people, if they are familiar with it at all, BlackRock is an asset manager that helps pension funds and retirees manage their savings through “passive” investments that track the stock market. But working behind the scenes, it is much more than that. BlackRock has been called “the most powerful institution in the financial system,” “the most powerful company in the world” and the “secret power.” It is the world’s largest asset manager and “shadow bank,” larger than the world’s largest bank (which is in China), with over $7 trillion in assets under direct management and another $20 trillion managed through its Aladdin risk-monitoring software. BlackRock has also been called “the fourth branch of government” and “almost a shadow government”, but no part of it actually belongs to the government. Despite its size and global power, BlackRock is not even regulated as a “Systemically Important Financial Institution” under the Dodd-Frank Act, thanks to pressure from its CEO Larry Fink, who has long had “cozy” relationships with government officials. BlackRock’s strategic importance and political weight were evident when four BlackRock executives, led by former Swiss National Bank head Philipp Hildebrand, presented a proposal at the annual meeting of central bankers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in August 2019 for an economic reset that was actually put into effect in March 2020. Acknowledging that central bankers were running out of ammunition for controlling the money supply and the economy, the BlackRock group argued that it was time for the central bank to abandon its long-vaunted independence and join monetary policy (the usual province of the central bank) with fiscal policy (the usual province of the legislature). They proposed that the central bank maintain a “Standing Emergency Fiscal Facility” that would be activated when interest rate manipulation was no longer working to avoid deflation. The Facility would be deployed by an “independent expert” appointed by the central bank. The COVID-19 crisis presented the perfect opportunity to execute this proposal in the US, with BlackRock itself appointed to administer it. In March 2020, it was awarded a no-bid contract under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) to deploy a $454 billion slush fund established by the Treasury in partnership with the Federal Reserve. This fund in turn could be leveraged to provide over $4 trillion in Federal Reserve credit. While the public was distracted with protests, riots and lockdowns, BlackRock suddenly emerged from the shadows to become the “fourth branch of government,” managing the controls to the central bank’s print-on-demand fiat money. How did that happen and what are the implications?”

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Time to Defund the UN By Charles Taylor

     Yes, if proof was ever needed of the UN being part of the global New World Order conspiracy, this is one more piece of evidence. Their dark hand is upon the present chaos. As the UN supports an urban terrorist group, that makes them accomplices.

“United Nations “experts” slammed President Donald Trump’s call to label Antifa as a terrorist organisation, claiming it will undermine Antifa’s right of “peaceful assembly” — despite many instances of violence by the far-left anarcho-communist group. On Friday, the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG) posted the flag of Antifa on their official Twitter account, saying that a group of  human rights “experts” at the globalist organisation had expressed “profound concern over a recent statement by the U.S. Attorney-General describing Antifa and other anti-fascist activists as domestic terrorists, saying it undermines the rights to freedom of expression and of peaceful assembly in the country.” One expert cited in the statement from the United Nations was Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, the UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms while countering terrorism, who also works as the Board Chair of the Open Society Foundations Women Program — OSF being the plaything of left-liberal billionaire activist George Soros. UN #HumanRights experts express profound concern over a recent statement by the US Attorney-General describing #Antifa and other anti-fascist activists as domestic terrorists, saying it undermines the rights to freedom of expression and of peaceful assembly in the country. — UN Geneva (@UNGeneva) June 19, 2020

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On A Divorce from China By James Reed

     If Australia was a real country, with even a moderate level of self-respect, instead of being the equivalent of a fluffy toy, it would be moving to gain independence from a world set to explode. Then something may survive, but our elites are too low grade and degenerate to think beyond making a quick buck/ Renminbi/yuan, then getting out to let the place sink. But, soon there is going to be nowhere left to run.

“Australia's relationship with China is not a happy one at the moment. Canberra's push for answers on the pandemic's origins has angered Beijing. In the past month it has put in place some bruising sanctions and travel warnings. Many have urged Australia to reduce its economic reliance on China, but is this really an option? "I love the Chinese," says Chris Kelly, an Australian who's sown barley on his family farm for decades. "Love them. Every barley grower in Australia loves the Chinese because they've made us wealthy." Last year Australia produced over 8 million tonnes of the golden grain used in beer and pig feed. China bought more than half - at a premium price. But last month, China imposed an 80% tariff on Australian barley. It came after Canberra, echoing the US, called for an investigation into Covid-19's origins - a move that Beijing labelled "politically motivated". China has since suspended some major Australian beef imports, and warned students and tourists against travelling to the "racist" country. This week, in a secretive process, it sentenced an Australian man to death for drug smuggling. It's fuelled frenzied discussion in Australia: Is China retaliating against accusations it mishandled the coronavirus? Could this be the start of a trade war like that seen between the US and China?

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Defunding Not the Police, But Ivy League Universities By James Reed

     Ivy league US universities are  in alphabetical order are Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, and Yale University. Ann Coulter seems to have joined me in wanting to defund these institutions, rather than the police. I think that this would be grand:

“Corporate plunderers, globalists, the wolf of Wall Street, 8 million “diversity” jobs (that go to Indians, not the descendants of American slaves, as intended)—that’s the America they revere. The new arrivals are fine with Red Guards going into cemeteries, ripping up symbols of our heritage. Just don’t dare lay a finger on their privately owned Rothkos! What do the Republicans say? No problem! Senate Leader Mitch McConnell says he’s “OK” with changing the names of military bases. Trump tweets narcissistic bluster. How about a bill withholding all federal funds from Yale University until it changes its name? The school’s namesake, Elihu Yale, was not only a slave owner, but a slave trader. Quite a dilemma for the little snots who attend and teach there! It will be tremendously damaging to their brand. After all, true sublimity for a Social Justice Warrior is virtue signaling and advertising their high SAT scores at the same time. If you refuse to fight, Republicans, don’t you at least want to have some fun?”

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The Real “Fun” is Yet to Come! By Richard Miller

     Things are going swimmingly fine now, with the governments tossing down plenty of dough to keep us primates from revolting, but, just down the track the money runs out, and then it will be necessary to use the military to put people down, so that they starve to death in their fox holes, without a murmur; white folk silently disappearing into the darkness of the eternal night:

“Half of businesses expect to lay off staff once furlough ends - amid fears the UK faces 1980s-style unemployment. A poll of firms found 51 per cent say they will need to axe workers within three months of the government's huge coronavirus bailout being withdrawn. A fifth believe they will have to let 30 per cent or more of their employees go - while only 34 per cent are confident they will not have to make any redundancies. The dire results in the YouGov survey of 503 business leaders underlines the scale of the looming pain for Britons in the worst recession for 300 years. Some 9.1 million jobs are now being supported by the furlough scheme, which covers 80 per cent of wages up to a ceiling of £2,500 a month. Chancellor Rishi Sunak has said it will stay in place until the end of October - but companies will gradually be made to share the burden with the state. Despite the unprecedented efforts to keep people in jobs during lockdown, grim figures yesterday showed numbers on the payroll plummeted by 612,000 between March and May. Jobless claims under Universal Credit have soared by 1.6million - 125.9 per cent - over the same period. Vacancies showed an eye-watering reduction of 342,000 in March-May compared to the previous quarter - a sharper fall than than the credit crunch. However, the worst of the hit for workers appears to have been masked by the government's massive furlough bailout scheme, with experts warning of 1980s levels of unemployment by the end of the year.”

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How the Elites Protect Themselves Whilst Financing Urban Terrorism By Charles Taylor

     I had been musing about what will happen when the urban terrorists decide to claim all of the rich homes in Hollywood, and kick out the decadent film stars. But it has all been taken care of; they are safe for now, their properties and wealth are secure, and so they can continue to take the moral high ground, funding destruction, while being safe themselves. It is a good jig if one can get it.

“While celebrities and wealthy virtue signallers are all too eager to rally behind leftist mobs with support and donations, they will be assuredly safe in their gated mansions as the city of Beverly Hills issued an emergency order to ban all protests in the area, ensuring there will be no lawless ‘autonomous zones’ springing up on their doorstep. “To preserve the peace and tranquility of residential neighborhoods, effective tonight and until further notice, no more than 10 people shall gather in an assembly in a public right of way in a residential area between the hours of 9 p.m. – 8 a.m.,” an announcement proclaimed on the city’s social media accounts.

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Financial Resistance: What the Elites Don’t Want You to Know By James Reed

     There has not much been said about financial resistance to the anarcho-tyranny that we, or at least Americans for now, us Australians tomorrow, have been subjected to. But financial advisor Robert Kiyosaki has thought this one through:

“Robert Kiyosaki, the author of Rich Dad, Poor dad says there’s something the elitists don’t want you to know.  There’s a simple way to take back your power, and it involves removing yourself from any centralized banking system. These centralized systems were all set up for the elite by the elite, and they don’t want you to know you can remove yourself from the system, or the Matrix, so to speak. All you have to do is invest and spend outside of their system.  Decentralized systems are already in place, and the key to breaking free involves understanding that the central banks were not set up to help you. The Federal Reserve, the United States central bank, has “printed” [created out of thin air] more than $2 trillion since the global economic crisis began, and when the Fed prints money it makes the price of assets like gold, silver, and Bitcoin go up. As Robert Kiyosaki says, central banks are run by the “controlling elite.” These elites do not like gold or because central banks cannot print gold. Equally, central banks do not like Bitcoin and the blockchain because what Robert calls people’s money, does not need central banks either. Today, billions of people are trapped in a central banking system owned by the mega-rich and are losing big time because they are saving money. Kiyosaki says he knew the “leaders” of the world were screwed up, but even he didn’t think they were as diabolical as they have revealed themselves to be. “People are missing out on one of the biggest, catastrophic cash heists, of the whole world,” says Kiyosaki. “Our governments have really screwed up,” he adds. So it’s time to leave the system or be dragged into slavery by staying in it.  After all, they shut down the world to cover up something “very very big.”

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Guess Who Funds BLM? Guess Who Came to Dinner? By Chris Knight

     If you think that BLM is just a grass roots funded organisation, think again, for it is clearly a corporate construction:

“As the Washington Times noted in 2016, Black Lives Matter (BLM) presents itself as a plucky street-level movement with shoestring resources, but in truth it receives millions of dollars from corporate and political sponsors. The movement’s funding gives a hint of how far its political agenda stretches beyond criticizing the excessive use of force by police officers. Fortune also looked at BLM funding in 2016 and noticed its agenda and funding streams could “help dispel the myth that the movement itself is set on violence,” but could also “confirm the worst fears” of skeptics who saw BLM becoming another part of the vast and protean left-wing money machine. The machinery of BLM funding has only grown more complex since 2016, exacerbating a problem skeptics have warned about from the start: it is very difficult to know what each dollar donated to the movement will actually be used for. BLM’s major financial supporters include:

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The Minds of the Elites By Chris Knight

     Here is a good article from, that has a look at the mind set of the 1 percenters in the present revolution. They support it to look trendy and woke, but these sorts of things have a way of getting out of hand, and minders close to them might just feel that they want to own the means of production, eh? I mean to say, they have servants even getting their food so that they are safe from the great unwashed. Thus, I do not believe that much long-term thought has gone into things:

“The world’s wealthiest man is Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon. He’s so rich that he kept his position at the top even after making his ex-wife the third-wealthiest woman in the world after their divorce. However, Mr. Bezos evidently thinks he is speaking truth to power. Amazon is donating $10 million to liberal organizations including the NAACP and the Equal Justice Foundation. Amazon proudly displays the black nationalist flag. One Amazon customer complained about Black Lives Matter in email to Mr. Bezos. Mr. Bezos released the message and said he was glad to lose that customer and his “hate.” It’s hard to imagine a greater power disparity than that between Mr. Bezos and some customer, but Mr. Bezos is posing as a hero. Amazon has many black nationalist flags and books for sale. It bans the Confederate flag, along with White Identity and If We Do Nothing by Jared Taylor. Many of Amazon’s best sellers are anti-white books, including Robin DiAngelo’s White Fragility and two books by Ibram Kendi. Mr. Kendi came to our attention when he proposed an “anti-racist amendment” to the Constitution. This amendment would enshrine “two guiding anti-racist principles: Racial inequity is evidence of racist policy and the different racial groups are equals.”

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Good News! Good News! Chinese Investment in Australia Crashes! By James Reed

     May it crash ever further:

“Chinese investment in Australia has fallen by almost 60% as Beijing shifts its focus towards developing nations that have signed up for its Belt and Road Initiative.Despite record trade between the two nations, Chinese investment in Australia fell from $8.2bn in 2018 to $3.4bn in 2019, with 43% fewer deals struck. A new report puts the plunge down to tighter Chinese regulations, a negative perception of Australia’s investment rules, and a shift towards Latin America and Belt and Road projects in developing countries. The KPMG and University of Sydney study found new Chinese investment in Australia had plunged to its lowest level since 2007. Hans Hendrischke, one of the report’s authors, said the decline mirrored similar patterns in other western countries. But he said Chinese investment into Australia had fallen at a faster rate than other nations including the United States. Australian food and agricultural businesses were the biggest recipients of Chinese investment, with 44% of the total funding flowing into the sector. The result was largely driven by the acquisition of the Bellamy’s dairy company. The commercial real estate sector was the second largest recipient despite an annual decline of 51%. Significant Chinese investment also flowed into the mining and services sectors. Renewable energy projects accounted for 1% of total Chinese investments and there were no recorded transactions in oil and gas, infrastructure or healthcare in 2019. Doug Ferguson, a co-author of the report, expects Chinese investment in Australia to remain fairly subdued in the coming year.  “The impact of Covid-19 will no doubt have an ongoing influence as governments move to protect critical infrastructure and tech, and try to prevent opportunistic acquisitions of companies at undervalued prices,” he said. “Restrictions on travel have practically disabled new deal-making and due diligence activity.” However, Ferguson said a large number of Chinese companies already operating in Australia would continue to strike deals and drive trade.

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The Sneaky Covid War on Cash - The modern road to Mulberry Money, Shin Plaster and Cubic Currency By Viv Forbes

15 June 2020,     Today's world is awash with Fiat Money. "Fiat" means "let it be so". Fiat money is token currency supplied and regulated by governments and central banks. Its value relies on a government decree that it alone must be used as "legal tender" in paying for anything in that country. Its value falls as its supply increases. Fiat money is not new - Marco Polo described its use in China over 700 years  ago. Travellers and traders entering China were forced by Kublai Khan to exchange their real money (gold and silver coins and bars) for his coupons, made from mulberry bark, each numbered and stamped with the Khan's seal. The Khan decreed that local traders were forced to accept them ("legal tender"). Foreigners got the goods, the great Khan got the bullion and the Chinese traders got the mulberry bark (a bit like getting the rough end of a pineapple). By controlling the supply and exchange rates for mulberry money, he became fabulously wealthy, and his citizens were impoverished.

     During the American War of Independence, the colonial rebels had no organised taxing power so they printed the Continental dollar to finance the war. As the war dragged on, they printed too many dollars, and its fast
debasement gave rise to the phrase "Not worth a continental". Later, in the American civil war, confederate paper money used to support the army also became worthless. It was widely referred to as "shin-plaster", after its
highest value use in helping to bandage wounds.

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I Guess I Won’t Pay My Home Insurance this Year Either, and Just let the Place Burn Down! By Michael Ferguson

     Well I got my home insurance bill for $870, and was shocked, until I got other quotes some from friendly bank of over $2,000. I was depressed yesterday, but having gone through the five stages of dying, now accept that my life is over, and if the house burns down, it burns down. Maybe I will go with it. At least it will be a warm way to cash out! And my son, who just got $10,000 emergency super release, does not want to chip in and help out his poor old dad, so maybe free board and lodging has gone to his head, and he should put that money to finding somewhere else to live?

“Americans are skipping payments on mortgages, auto loans and other bills. Normally, that could mean massive foreclosures, evictions, cars repossessions and people's credit getting destroyed. But much of that has been put on pause. Help from Congress and leniency from lenders have kept impending financial disaster at bay for millions of people. But that may not last for long. The problem is that these efforts aim to create a financial bridge to the future for people who've lost their income in the pandemic — but the bridge is only half-built. For one thing, the help still isn't reaching many people who need it. "My wife has filed, certified every week for her unemployment for 10 weeks now, and they have done nothing," says Jonathan Baird of Bruceton, Tenn. "We've struggled."Baird is a disabled veteran, not injured in wartime, who gets a small disability pension. When the pandemic hit, his wife lost her job as a home health aide. That was most of their income. And like many other contract workers, she has run into long delays trying to collect unemployment. Meanwhile, Baird says his mortgage company told him that he didn't qualify for a federal program to postpone payments. Many homeowners have been given wrong or misleading information from lenders about that. And it appears that is what happened in Baird's case. Baird also called Ford to try to get a break on the payments for his pickup truck. "When I contacted them, they told me that there was nothing they could do," he says. "Just basically make your payment or suffer the late fees."

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The Riots in Essence are About Our Unjust Financial System, That does Not Deliver Adequate Purchasing Power By James Reed

     I was inspired by this Canadian black guy’s survivalist take on the US  riots, well  worth seeing, as it gives a different spin on things:

     We really need to move beyond the usual racial realist take on riots and the burning of the West, as seen at various Dissent Right sites, where the violence is  a product of IQ, and genes, and look to the financial causes of Black people and youth smashing up ATM machines and grabbing money, or looting stores to get electronic goods. Let us not worry too much about assaults, murders, and rapes, for the sake of argument. Clearly, these poor, poor, people do not have adequate purchasing power, and simply want the same consumer goods that white folks have. So far social credit theorists have not taken pen to paper, or key board on this issue yet, but Chris Martenson had made a good start to get the stone rolling. Of course, I will ignore his idea that the days of exponential growth are over, since I hope that mass consumption and resource use will ever-expand by many thousands of times, in this age of plenty of goodies:

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Fabian socialism in the USA, You Guys Next By Charles Taylor (Florida)

     It is all moving so quick now that good folks out there in the green leafy suburbs, especially if they are still in lock down mode, may not be aware of the rapid advances made by socialism during these crazy New World Order times. The US, as always is leading ground for this, and once we go, you Aussies are gone for sure:

“If you didn’t notice yet, we are living under socialist order in the blue states dictated by communist governors. All signs of the new world order are apparent, and if you don’t believe it, visit just about any U.S. state where the governor is a Democrat, and nobody even voted for it yet. Well, they did, but they didn’t realize it at the time. The “new normal” is quite abnormal, compared to living the American dream. That is over and there will be no going back to “normal” if Bill Gates and George Soros keep all their pawns in check (governors who bow down to the ring and will do anything for money). The Constitution is being hung by its neck in the gallows while the peons and paupers all watch in horror. It’s involuntary socialism. There are really no other words for it right now. Americans have no rights to protest peacefully, they must come out bearing legal, fully-loaded automatic weapons and keep their smart devices rolling video live the whole time in order to even have a voice. Then that’s all banned from mainstream media … Nobody can hug, shake hands, or even see each other’s faces anymore. That is all illegal. Practicing religion is illegal too. Ministers are being arrested for leading their churches in prayer, even in cars. The first amendment is also completely dead. Just go online and type in anything pro-Trump and you will see … nothing.

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Replacing Britain By Richard Miller

     Can it be? Is Britain finally getting a bit of self-respect and waking up, from its pathetic deracinated state? We can only hope:

“More than three-quarters of Britons want the interests of the UK workforce to be put ahead of employers seeking cheap labour from overseas. According to Deltapoll, 77 per cent of respondents to a survey said they think British businesses should prioritise workers already in the UK in an effort to get people back to work following the coronavirus lockdown. Just eight per cent said that it should be “easier to bring in employees from abroad” (15 per cent “don’t know”). The replies came in response to the pollster asking whether Britons agreed with the statement: “With record numbers of people unable to work as usual, the government should ensure that employers prioritise getting British workers back to work instead of making it easier to bring in more employees from abroad.” The results suggest that the government is widely out of step with its post-Brexit Immigration Bill, which would scrap the Resident Labour Market Test. The test is a benchmark that employers have to meet to prove that there were no suitably-qualified candidates already in the United Kingdom before opening up vacancies to international competition. The rules, similar to many around the world, protect the British job market for UK workers. Britons now face the prospect of losing that protection after millions being furloughed due to coronavirus and after already seeing cheap EU labour, thanks to Free Movement, depressing wages for years.”

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Welcome to Great Depression 2.0; It is Enough to Make One Greatly Depressed By Chris Knight

     I moved back to the US, my original home, at the wrong time, just before the corona freak-out began, and walked right into the lock downs, backed by the iron fist of the law. And, 40 million, no 41 million unemployed, soon to be more than  double the entire population of

     The Democrats and Republicans are set to war about extending the unemployment benefits into this year and maybe next. The harder-nosed Republican neo-cons think that letting the millions die of starvation would be more economical, since migrants can always be brought in to soak up any spillage. Things are so bad that Walmart is selling second hand goods, because people are now too poor to buy new stuff. And, we have not even hit the bottom of the barrel yet!

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