Link to original source with VIDEO: http://muslimsincalgary.ca/the-truth-about-the-global-lockdown-a-warning/

“Everyone knows that something more is going on.

The governments of the world are crushing their economies and pretending that it doesn’t matter; they are expanding their currency supply and there is no history of that turning out well.

Central banks are now printing money at will and buying up the world’s assets. Japan owns 80% of their stock market. The printed money increases asset prices but there is no actual growth within the economy. The majority of companies on the stock market are zombie companies. This simply increases class inequality.

The current government debt to GDP ratio globally is 350%.

The debt cannot be paid back, and they are struggling to pay the interest.

What is the best pressure relief valve to the credit market – it’s a weaker economy. But you have to have a vibrant real economy to service debt.

Seems they have acknowledged that the debt can’t be serviced through the real economy. Shutting down countries left and right eases the pressure on the credit markets and allowed all the banks to print money under the guise of ‘covid relief’ –they had been doing it since the September 2019 collapse before covid.”

  • Melissa Ciummei

Source: https://lnkd.in/gbiG_aBY

Here Melissa is referring the the repo crisis and she has come to the same conclusion that I and many others have.

The v i r u s did not crash the global economy, it was the SCAPEGOAT and the cover. This has been documented, as well as Larry Fink of BlackRock, giving the “Go Direct” order at Jackson Hole on August 22, 2019 before the p an d e m i c was even announced. 🚨

See, The Scapegoat: https://lnkd.in/gmGfxf98

Melissa Ciummei, from the Freedom Alliance Island of Ireland, lauds the ‘success’ of lockdowns on ruining global economies and livelihoods. Urging us to understand the human, banking and financial crisis we find ourselves in, she has sage advice for investment, and indeed, survival.

This video it’s been deleted everywhere, even from Facebook.
…not sure why the reasons; the only thing I can think of is that everything she says, is the truth and They are trying to cover up all of this! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xskTZHJ7MNA

Mellisa Ciummei

“This virus is statistically as devastating to the population as a bad flu, which has led increasing numbers of people to question the government’s disproportionate response. The governments of the world are crushing their economies and pretending that it doesn’t matter; they are expanding their currency supply and there is no history of that turning out well. Could there be another reason for the lockdown (as there is no evidence that lockdowns work to stop the virus)? Perhaps it’s the collapse of our current economic system which has been on life support since 2008.

Let’s talk about money.

3% of the money supply is physical notes and coins created by the government. For thousands of years gold was the measure of money. In 1944 the dollar became the reserve currency, backed by gold – this meant all other currencies were tied to the dollar and there was a limit on currency creation as it had to be backed by gold. In 1971 after being called out by France who suspected America was abusing the system, Nixon took the dollar off the gold standard. This meant that it and all other currencies became fiat currencies (a fiat currency is backed by nothing – it is completely dependent on faith).

The second form of money is debt-based money, which accounts for 97% and is created by the banking system. Debt brings money into existence. You borrow a hundred thousand and the banks create that money from the aether and loan it to you with interest.

When you deposit money in a bank, it is important to know that it no longer belongs to you. They could lend out 90% of it up until March 2020 – now they can lend out all of it. In 2008 we saw bank bailouts but from 2014, Ireland and the UK have agreed to bank bail ins, meaning they can take your money, like what happened in Cyprus.

The third, and relatively new form of money creation is quantitative easing, first used in Japan in 1989 and then by the federal reserve in 2008. The central banks create money to issue loans directly to the banking sector, large corporations and since 2020 the general public.

This puts their balance sheets out of control but is needed to prop up the economy a little bit longer. If you imagine the economy like a hot air balloon, in 2008 a hole ripped through it. The 2008 crash was due to misuse of the lending market. QE money printing/‘air’ was pumped in to keep it going a little longer. In September 2019 (a month before Bill Gates event 201) the overnight money market seized again. The fed stepped in, printing 50-100 billion every night in an attempt to keep repo market under control, but there was no saving it. They had to keep printing, but stopped publishing how much. If you can imagine, this ripped a giant irreparable hole in the balloon. The money printing is to slow down the crash landing. Since 2019 the currency supply has increased between 20-25% depending on the country and it has to continue.

Central banks are now printing money at will and buying up the world’s assets. Japan owns 80% of their stock market. The printed money increases asset prices but there is no actual growth within the economy. The majority of companies on the stock market are zombie companies. This simply increases class inequality.

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The current government debt to GDP ratio globally is 350%.

The debt cannot be paid back, and they are struggling to pay the interest. Imagine if you had a credit card and your interest was more than your income you would become insolvent. If you’re just paying your interest back and the interest rate rises, that puts you in the same position. This is why the government needs to hold interest rates down. So, what can they do?

What is the best pressure relief valve to the credit market – it’s a weaker economy. But you have to have a vibrant real economy to service debt.

Seems they have acknowledged that the debt can’t be serviced through the real economy. Shutting down countries left and right eases the pressure on the credit markets and allowed all the banks to print money under the guise of ‘covid relief’ –they had been doing it since the September 2019 collapse before covid.

I believe this is part of the reason why the economy was shut down. It is difficult to open it back up is due to money velocity. Simply put, an economy thrives on velocity. I give £10 to a hairdresser who pays for lunch with it, the waitress pays for a taxi with it, etc. That’s the same £10 repeatedly changing hands. The problem is, when you combine an increase in money supply with an increase in velocity you are inviting inflation.

A staggered opening would constrain velocity or as in America single states opening to judge potential velocity. Couple this with an increased demand for debt when the real economy opens back up; this can’t happen or it will pop the debt bubble. The financial system is held together by debt. When you buy a loaf of bread there could be 5 different uses of credit to get that to your home as the currency transfers between the manufacturer, suppliers and distributors. Credit is mathematically going to break down, and this will seize the entire economy, causing low stock or store closures. Everything you touch credit has touched; when the credit market fails the entire economy fails. This is the real meaning behind banks being ‘too big to fail’: if credit isn’t functioning then products won’t be created.

Inflation follows loss of faith in government. People don’t trust the future and aren’t willing to spend; velocity is down. When people don’t trust the currency, it’s a race to get rid of it for hard assets, and this leads to hyperinflation. Look at the recent events in Zimbabwe and Venezuela, countries with runaway inflation. In Venezuela currency litters the streets – it has so little purchasing power that it’s not worth picking up. This is the consequence of unbacked or fiat currency.

So, what do they plan or want?

It seems that they are keeping interest rates low to maintain paying the interest on the debt and letting inflation rise, which is just a hidden tax on the population as this will inflate away their debt. They are moving bring in a central bank digital currency to get rid of cash. In order to move to negative interest rates, cash needs to be eliminated.

The government will continue to flood the market with money as if they stop, the market is incapable of standing on its own two feet. But this is all fake; it’s like a coat check printing more tickets – it doesn’t produce any more coats.

If you think in terms of a government socialist agenda, how would you implement it? I would collapse the economy so that there are no independent businesses, therefore making everyone dependent on the state, then provide them with a generous universal credit system, then slowly reduce it. Furlough is psychological prepping for UBI – UBI, once we’re dependent on it, will be in the form of CBDC. China has already trialled this, with Sweden, Turkey and Iran working on a CBDC, and other countries are following suit.

The concept of UBI has been doing the rounds for some years now. A report from Obama’s last day in office, backed by an MIT study, detailed that 83% of jobs that make $20/hr or less will be automated away by 2030. To implement UBI in the form of CBDC is giving up a huge amount of your privacy and could lead to a loss of your freedoms.

With digital currency the government have complete control as it’s programmable: they can control velocity of money by programming it with an expiry date or decide where it can be spent in the economy. They can limit your leisure spending, only allow spending on basic food items or rent, they can tax and fine directly – they have control. They can also control interest rates to incentivise you to save if high and coerce you to spend if negative as your money will decrease in value by the next month.

How is this funded? The Davos-IMF concept is that you will own nothing and be happy. So is the idea to confiscate or severely limit all private property and initiatives. The other option is taxes, but the rich don’t pay taxes. Loopholes are designed to only be beneficial to the wealthy due to costs and therefore inefficient to everyone else. While a universal basic income is proposed, the more effective solution would be a universal maximum income with a wealth cap for all!

Increased taxes, wealth taxes and property confiscation under the guise of being for the greater good will only benefit us in the short term, before the market corrects and then living costs rise, for example the correlation between minimum wage rise leading to rent increases. Then it will be back to square one – except for the long-term effects and quite possibly the aim of the middle and working classes being eroded and the wealth divide massively and irreparably increased.

This is the biggest heist of wealth transfer and we are all distracted with the masks and vaccines while the collapse of the economy under the weight of debt fuelled by greed is hidden. Billionaires have increased their wealth by 28% during the crisis, gained at the expense of the small businesses that closed down.

The stock market reached an all-time high in March of this year when no one was working or productive. The stock market is fake, propped up by the money printing used and doomed to fail. They borrowed cheap money that is being printed into oblivion and bought back stock, inflating the value of their company on paper but adding no real value and moving towards being a zombie company. The wall street bets gamestop play taught us that the stock market is a rigged game.

If we submit to a digital currency, we lose control and privacy – this is what you really need to wake up to. By the time furlough ends there will be no jobs to go back to. You are not being paid to stay at home, you are being paid not to revolt. They are smoking out the last who survived.

So, what can you do?

Should debt seize up and credit no longer be available, the only assets that have no liability attached to them are gold, silver and cryptocurrency. Gold and silver don’t have debt used to purchase them but rather debt is used to supress them, because a high gold price reflects a failing economy, which they are trying to hide as best they can.

So should the system collapse they will rocket. Silver is at a physical shortage so is rising in value more so than gold, but gold is God’s money.

If you know that pounds, dollars etc are going to 0 then why would you keep them? This is why there is such an increase in the price of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

Inflation is already becoming evident in commodity prices. It has been evident in property for some time and it is a matter of time before that trickles down and people realise the decrease in their purchasing power. There’s also a ridiculous increase in shipping costs. Covid impacted the supply chain, China stockpiled shipping containers and the system broke. This led to a problem with stock on shelves. When it is fully operational again the additional costs will be passed on to the consumer.

It would be wise to buy supplies to combat any shortages while systems reset short term, and gold, silver and crypto to maintain a degree of autonomy from the incoming digital system; particularly gold to preserve wealth. I’m not a financial advisor, I would however advise you to do your own research and find what works for you. I would recommend physical gold and silver over paper as there is a high manipulation in the market.

The problem is, our fiat currency is failing; thousands of others have preceded it and they have all failed due to debasement of the currency. We have to be aware of this so we can prepare and work to fight against the oncoming invasion of our freedom and privacy.”

En Guard! ⚔️

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