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NYC Rich/Famous People Exempt, Mandate Still in Effect for Everyone Else
Mayor Adams Excuses New York City Athletes, Performers From Vaccine Mandate
They Don’t Give a Shit About You
Airlines Ask Biden to Drop Mask Mandates and Covid Testing Requirements
US Discouraging Zelensky from Concessions That Could End War Because War is ‘Bigger’ than Ukraine and Russia
Oh, So That’s Where COVID Relief Money Went
Obviously, the Russia-Ukraine war has SOME impact on the out-of-control inflation lately, but Western powers clearly don’t want the war to end soon as it provides a convenient excuse for their spectacular failures of the past couple years. It doesn’t take an economics Ph.D. to understand why prices on everything are going through the roof, but since the “Russia Russia Russia” tools in the mainstream media won’t point out the real reasons, let me spell it out for you:
- Massive Money Supply Expansion from Government Spending & FED Money Printing. Think of the game of Monopoly. All players have $300 and Boardwalk is put up for auction. The final price will be under $300. Now imagine you gave $5000 from the bank to every player. How much do you think Boardwalk will now fetch at an auction? Annual federal spending has increased by 50 percent since 2017, and that’s without factoring in all the “Covid Relief” bills. And 80 percent of all U.S. dollars have been printed by the FED in the last 22 months.
- Energy Prices Are Exploding. This is an obvious result of Western nations hamstringing their own energy production under the BS “climate change” guise. Transportation costs just add to end product prices.
- Labor Shortages Are Adding to Costs. Higher wages for everyone sounds great, but all those wage increases are simply added to prices.
- Ridiculous Covid Restrictions Are Continuing to Hit the Supply Chains. Mask & vaccine mandates make it more difficult and more expensive to hire workers to drive trucks, pack supplies, unload cargo, and so on. Covid testing for travel just slows down shpping time and adds compliance costs.
The solutions are easy. Cut back the money supply & government spending. Take the handcuffs off energy production. Mediate peace in Ukraine. Get rid of the insanely stupid Covid restrictions. Any economist with a brain could tell you all this, but we know Western leaders won’t listen and don’t give a shit about their citizens. Every decision now is about what cements their own power and forwards their Great Reset plans for the world.
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Perhaps the best course of action would be to follow the example we have in history where a country’s leader came to power and read the constitution, although it wasn’t called a constitution, but it was a list of the laws the country was supposed to be governed by.
He rallied his followers and the entire country to return to those laws and eliminate the laws and programs contrary to the list.
They did and prospered while he was in charge.
However, the damage of the past was so great that the country ultimately fell and was destroyed.
So, the question is, is there still hope for us if we will return to our founding Constitution, laws and principles as in the Articles, and State Constitutions that were in effect at that time and eliminate everything contrary to them?
No country in history has survived the level of debt that we carry.
no country has survived totally open borders with unlimited immigration allowing these foreigners to vote and hold office notwithstanding.
The name may be the same the border may be the same but it will in no wise be the same country.
The account of the country I mentioned above begins in Second Kings chapter 22.