Response to an email; Never count out companies like NFLX, TSLA & UBER, which promote the NWO

Hello, Chris.

Yeah, the Central Bank of Russia is a member of the Rothschild Bank of International Settlements. As you point out, the alt media charlatans avoid this fact with a 150-foot pole.

Hey, I thought of a question to which your answer might be insightful to me and your readership. I’ve always wondered why the establishment has allowed things like Uber and AirBnB—concepts which seem to give power (and money) back to the people.

However, I suspect there is a sinister ploy in play with this—some kind of gambit, perhaps. Perhaps you could shed some light.


I find this a rather interesting observation, and one that we discussed in part a while back. I wish to expand on this analysis with some observations about a few of these key new world order firms.

Never short a firm that promotes the NWO agenda of death and degeneracy

The first firm that comes to mind is Netflix (NFLX). Any person familiar with my work knows how I regard  NFLX, and how it promotes the nihilistic, cult-of-death, and satanic agenda of the new world order. The majority of the programming on NFLX actively promote the degenerate mindset that the elites wish to inculcate in its unwitting viewers. Moreover, by its nature, NFLX’s programming is much easier to access than with traditional cable TV.

Every year, NFLX produces hundreds of dark and filthy programs designed to desensitize the viewer, and some viewers are much more susceptible than others. This is especially true for the younger consumers. There are just not enough cable channels that can stuff all this wicked new world order programming on the schedule, so NFLX serves a vital service for the NWO. Moreover, much of NFLX’s programming would be heavily censored on network TV. Since NFLX helps to accelerate the social reprogramming of the unwashed masses, I would never recommend shorting it. They will always somehow make money and get the necessary funding. I would only recommend shorting NFLX if it began to produce wholesome Christian programming; and face it, that will never happen.

Tesla, Inc.

Another firm that actively promotes the new world order agenda is Tesla, Inc. (TSLA). Despite TSLA’s poor balance sheet and its continual need for new cash, it always seems to receive the necessary publicity and funding to keep the firm growing. Other firms would have gone bankrupt long ago, but not TSLA. This is why I never recommended shorting its stock.

It seems clear that the globalists wish to transform the entire personal and commercial transportation industry, and this means we need to be broken free from some hard-wired habits. First, they want us to stop using fossil fuels. Second, they want us all to either own or use personal autonomous-driving vehicles in the future. Third, they want much of the commercial shipping to be done with autonomous-driving fleets.

This is where TSLA come in; TSLA has helped to shift this narrative to the rest of the auto industry. I see VW’s recent change of heart as an example of how a large auto manufacturer can be influenced by TSLA’s presence. The one primary reason why TSLA burns so much cash is that it is actively pursuing this autonomous-driving technology. As long as TSLA’s management takes this course, its stakeholders will be rewarded.


With my thoughts regarding TSLA in mind, I wish to discuss why I believe Uber Technologies Inc. (UBER) has a viable long-term future. If UBER only wished to make money, it would ditch its autonomous driving program, which burns billions of dollars a year, and stick to ride-sharing.

But, I submit that one of UBER’s main purposes is to promote the new world order agenda of getting us away from driving, so we can better concentrate on our debt-slavery, marijuana indulgences, and Facebook updates. I am sure that the auto insurance firms would also prefer us not driving. State Farm, for instance, often shows annual losses on its auto policy underwriting.

Via their UBER app, the ride-share users and vehicle owners will eventually pay all the taxes that the broke cabbies used to pay, and more.

I also have made another observation regarding UBER and LYFT. I lived in Manhattan for almost 15 years, and before the advent of these rides-sharing firms, any cabbie not licensed by NYC’s Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) was often subject to steep fines. The TLC awarded taxi medallions to licensed taxi operators, and at one time last decade, these medallions often sold for more than $1 million. Indeed, they were scarce and sought after investments that generated cash flow for their owners.

I find it peculiar that jurisdictions like NYC and Washington DC have effectively stood down as these ride-sharing outfits have taken over, while regulators like the TLC have left the traditional taxi industry twisting in the wind with huge losses. I submit that these cities are being told to let firms like UBER and LYFT operate, because they help to get us out of our own cars while they facilitate the formation of a formal and uniform taxation mechanism.

The plan of the elites is to have the poor debt-slaves eventually ride-share in self-driving cars that run on electric or hydrogen, and if that means that a medallion owner commits suicide since he lost $750k on his medallion purchase, so be it. Via their UBER app, the ride-share users and vehicle owners will eventually pay all the taxes that the broke cabbies used to pay, and more.

One more thought about UBER. I have to believe that as the NWO agenda moves forward, firms like UBER and LYFT, whose operations transcend jurisdictional boundaries, will force these individual cities and states to harmonize their laws to conform with these multinational ride-sharing firms. I eventually see a global standard.


I often wonder why a firm like Airbnb is allowed to flourish in the midst of a highly regulated billion-dollar hotel and hospitality industry, but I can see a few reasons.

higher real estate prices & rents

First, I often stated that Airbnb has helped to raise the prices of real estate as many novice investors and reluctant sellers have opted instead to advertise their properties on Airbnb for rent.

Davide Proserpio, assistant professor of marketing at the USC Marshall School of Business is researching Airbnb’s impact on cities and is one of many who agrees with this assessment. Recently, he and his colleagues published a paper that showed the impact of Airbnb on the housing and rental markets. According to their findings, Airbnb probably contributes about one-fifth of the average annual increase in U.S. rents and about one-seventh of the average annual increases in U.S. housing prices.

Dowell Myers, a professor at the USC Price School of Public Policy, thinks it’s possible Proserpio’s working paper underestimates Airbnb’s impact.

“The impact of moving a whole unit from long-term occupancy to short term is equivalent to a demolition,” he said. “You just subtracted a housing unit from the rental stock.”

I agree with Mr. Myers conclusion as well. I think of how Airbnb has helped to enhance global real estate prices and rents in the face of affordability issues, and have to believe that the globalists are using outfits like Airbnb to help enhance asset values while growing rents.

An invisible market becomes visible and taxed 

In addition, like UBER, I think that a tightly regulated Airbnb can help uncover a lot more tax revenues in the respective tax jurisdictions from a previously invisible sector of the economy. In order to stay competitive, eventually all short-term rental landlords will need to use Airbnb and pay their local excise and service taxes. Previously, these landlords rarely paid any local taxes and usually under-reported their income on their income taxes returns. Finally, and also like UBER, Airbnb’s objectives conform with the promotion of the “gig” economy for the disenfranchised and underemployed workers.

Of course, my assessments are fluid, and may change as my observations change, but it helps to understand the objective of the new world order when we invest for the future.

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