How to survive financially in the new world order

Understanding why asset prices go up more than inflation

I received an email observation from a reader and listener of my blog and wanted to pass it along to you.

Observing here in Toronto how the city has changed where back in the 70s and 80s the majority of the population was middle class. The middle class has totally shrunk here. With the extreme high cost of living the majority of the people are working class poor.

There is a new breed of ultra rich foreign money here too. The divide here is growing every year. I believe a lot has to do with technology and a large chunk with real wages after inflation have declined in the last 40+ years.

The items you need to survive; housing, food, transportation have increased the most.

[I] Was talking to my friend’s 84-year old dad. He bought his bungalow here in 1969 for $ 14,000. They both made $ 7,000 together. [The house cost] 2x income. Now it’s 14x in Toronto and 23x Vancouver. Crazy.

-email from a subscriber in Toronto, CA

That is a grim, but increasingly common assessment. While the residents in Toronto may be experiencing one of the sharpest rises in asset and real estate inflation, a similar story has unfolded in most populated areas around the globe.

If we are to understand why asset prices continue to balloon despite muted general inflation rates we need to understand how the financial and economic systems of the New World Order work. Keep in mind, we are already in the NWO; we don’t have to wait for some future event.

Recall former Vice President, Dick Cheney’s famous quote that “deficits don’t matter.” Most people who heard that were astonished, since it ran counter to conventional wisdom. However, for those who know how to game the system it is somewhat accurate. I will go one step further and say that deficits do matter; they are necessary for the NWO to consolidate its power.

-Chris Pirnak

The large deficit spending of the develop nations and now China and Asia is causing asset prices to balloon. The sovereign debt that’s generated from the fiscal deficits become financial instruments of marketable value that can be used to leverage other assets. I discussed this concept herehere, and here a couple years ago with my explanation on Bushonomics and its legacy of large peacetime deficit spending that has persisted for over 35 years.

Recall former Vice President, Dick Cheney’s famous quote that “deficits don’t matter.” Most people who heard that were astonished, since it ran counter to conventional wisdom. However, for those who know how to game the system it is somewhat accurate. I will go one step further and say that deficits do matter; they are necessary for the NWO to consolidate its power.

In order for the NWO elites to destroy the middle class they needed to expand government fiscal deficits, so that the generated sovereign debt could be used to increase the prices of assets. This would result in the creation of a wealthy class of individuals and a wage-slave working class.

How come assets prices rise faster than general inflation?

While the growing deficit spending continues to generate marketable securities that can be used as collateral to bid up asset prices, the promulgation of open borders policies, the arbitrage of production input costs between rich and poor nations, and the free movement of capital have decimated the wage earner. Open borders are necessary to keep the general inflation rate lower than the rise in the money supply. The trend has been in place since at least the late 1970s when the US began to offshore production to Asia and Mexico. Essentially, the developed nations export inflation and import deflation.

This trend will not reverse in our lifetimes. So don’t get upset about mass immigration. Just know that it is designed to mask the true rate of monetary inflation.

Look at the global asset inflation in the wake of the 2008 economic collapse. The rise in stocks and real estate prices have been phenomenal. This was only possible from the massive generation of sovereign debt that was issued as a result of the the trillion dollar deficits in the US, the former commonwealth nations, and Europe.

Most of the Trump supporters want loose monetary policy. I say, let them have it. I have no opinion one way or the other, but I am sure my assets will continue to go up in price. I will benefit more than most of his voters with their hard-wired biases to support whatever he says. Just keep in mind, it all comes at a cost. Asset prices will continue to rise faster than inflation and wage growth and real estate and other assets will move further out of reach of the average wage slave.

Keep in mind that all of the social spending programs that are designed to make things more affordable result in higher prices and tighter government control. Healthcare, education, and housing are just some examples  of sectors that no longer have stable supply/demand dynamics. Government intervention has only driven up the cost as the “benefits” were arbitraged into the system.

How to survive in the NWO

If we know these basic underpinnings of the NWO financial system then we can carve out a life that will benefit us under the NWO.

I have repeatedly said that if a person goes to college, incurs debt, and works for a wage he or she will continually fall further behind, regardless of how much the salary happens to be.

The only way to get ahead in this system is to procure assets that generate income and will move up in value over time or build a business that can grow income faster than monetary inflation.