A response to a poster’s questions; Staying healthy and making money in the new world order

Cryptocurrencies, commodity investing, health, making money morally

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Hi Chris,

[Digital currencies]
You are probably spot on regarding Bitcoin. Information has leaked out that they can track every Bitcoin transaction. Also, Paypal will start allowing people to pay in Bitcoin, but they will never pay customers back in Bitcoin…. And since they introduced the futures market for it, they can, as the biggest whale, manipulate the price to wherever they want it to go. My guess is it will run up to at least 70k (with ups and downs) before they push it to zero, about the time they introduce their central bank coin (banking for all act)….

I have invested a modest amount in Bitcoin, THETA, Ripple, and Monero (one of the best privacy coins around). I Would like your opinion on these coins and estimates. Or alternatives.

[Commodities]
Regarding your remark about investing in NWO stocks. How about copper, nickel and silver? They will need tons and tons of that stuff to get the 5G network up and running, and all the windmills and solar panels and battery packs for the electric cars they are pushing. One play would be Nova Royalty (NOVR).

[Health]
Regarding health. We use water filters, dumped GMO and processed foods in favor of fresh vegetables etc, we take colloidal silver and diminished our intake of alcohol and sugars (i do need my beer once in a while ;). We haven’t been ill for years this way.

[Making money in the NWO]
Lastly, what I struggle with on a spiritual level is if we can in good conscience make money in “their” play yard. The alternative is probably that we get or stay poor fast, but Catherine Austin Fitts, who I hold in high regard, is a strong advocate of cutting ties with all these NWO markets, companies, and schemes to try to thrive in “moral” businesses.

MMAI

Here was my responses:

Cryptocurrencies:
As the cryptos go, I never really delved deeply into the new coins that came out in the past three years or so. Thus, I passively held/traded btc, ltc, bch, eth. I hold them on an ongoing basis, though I sold off all my holdings in my Coinbase and Kraken accounts this past weekend; too much run up for now. It’s nice to see the trading accounts go up 40% in such a short time. I can buy again, even at higher prices…

I was always a supporter of XMR for privacy, and though I do not own it, I see it has done well. I would be very careful going forward with outgoing Treasury & SEC officials cracking down on digital coins and XRP, in particular. They are doing the dirty work for the NWO, since they don’t stand for reelection. I have to believe that eventually they will all be transparent per government demands. I do not know about the other coins you mention, and would only be guessing as to the future.

Commodities:
I have never been a big fan of commodities, but that doesn’t mean I don’t think they wouldn’t go up. There have been so many other big fish to fry, and if the economy is a sham, then demand would be subdued. I really only recommended gold for our long-term hold, but since March, everything has been going up tremendously.

Here is the bottom line on the current dynamic. We are in financial play time right now; The Fed has promised to run GDP and CPI hot, while concurrently suppressing nominal (and thus real) interest rates for the next couple years, at least. Logically, this spells inflation for now, and the one-way trade has been for higher commodity prices. But buying Hg, Ni, Ag don’t generate income, per se. I rarely recommend the miners for the long-term, since they are in a very cost-intensive business, and their stocks have not been good long-term performers. They are good trading vehicles.

The best commodity sector performers have been the Li miners and those involved with batteries and solar. That sector has been on fire for some time now, and the hot money is there for now. I have been playing the solar and lithium plays in lieu of their commodity and component suppliers.

Health:
I do intensive weight and exercise training 4-5 days a week. I can work out at home half the time (pull ups, chin ups, push ups, dips, ab crunches, calf workout). The gym involves legs, shoulders, power lifting, and abs. I don’t do much cardio, though I walk a few miles every other day. The weight stays off and I feel great (other than some soreness). I take a boatload of supplements, protein, and amino acids. I avoid the doctors at all cost.

I use the Royal Berkey water filter system with Black Berkeys and PF4s at home and am very careful with what I eat. I stick with a high fat diet and can eat most of anything natural. It’s a great thing, but it takes work, and most are not up for it. I live next to the gym and Whole Foods and eat organic for most of everything. This includes meat, bread, dairy, eggs, produce, etc. I eat in a time-restricted manner (12:30pm-6:30pm). All this is of tremendous help for me and I avoid ALL of the problems that plagued my sisters and parents (including mental). I do not eat any sweets and haven’t had a drop of alcohol since 1997. I have to keep sharp. Since I rarely write things down, and recite things from memory (including my podcasts), I am concerned that I may begin to slip. Anyway, health takes work and most like to complain rather than overcome.

Making money in the NWO:
This can be a difficult topic to discuss with many, since we all play a part in the NWO financial system to some extent, while those with little understanding of these abstruse and complicated systems have such strong views and biases. We transact in their money, pay the taxes, and service their debts to perpetuate this devilish system. We can even make a case that the cryptocurrencies are nothing but NWO monetary vehicles and replacements for gold.

The key is to make money as honestly as possible. I chose property management and such, since it is an honest profession and I am helping others. I would not promote anything that promotes the NWO. I couldn’t even contemplate working in the broker/dealer industry again. I know the system, so I work on my own to keep my head above water.

I can make a case that trading stocks is evil, and it really is, but if we speculate in real estate, commodities, bonds, or anything, we are all doing the same thing. We are hoping to buy and sell something for profit. Is it a sin to make a profit in a 20 minutes scalp, while it’s moral from profiting from a 5-month holding period? You can judge with your opinion.

For me, I could never work for the government, accept government benefits for no work, nor work for the broker/dealer industry or a corporation. Is it okay to work at a WalMart on their selling floor, but immoral to work in their home office strategizing how to sell to the livestock? At what point do you refuse to cross the line in the sand? I leave that up to you.

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11 thoughts on “A response to a poster’s questions; Staying healthy and making money in the new world order

  1. Thank you for the RMG stock recommendations. Bought some on Monday morning. It is doing what you said and is up almost 8 pts. Since you mentioned it on Saturday. Over 29 in PM right now.

  2. Hi Chris,
    You touch briefly on the dividend stocks. Are you saying they are still decent compared to other sources of active income? For instance, big pharma, an industry part of the pillars of the new world order surely gives some decent dividends like Bristol Mayer Squibb, Glaxo Smithkline, Pfizer, etc.

    Happy Birthday, best wishes. .

    N

    1. Hi N,

      Regarding dividends, you are right about the NWO firms and their dividend yields. My objective here is to try to show the reader how to make passive income money for retirement and living and such. Personally, I place very little non-retirement money in passive stock holdings.

      T’s yield is about 7-8% and XOMs is over 8%. That is a nice yield, but whether they will always be that high is another story. JPMs is almost 3%. Not bad…. To me, these are too low as I can make so much more from real estate. Many cannot or will not do real estate, so these stocks are viable alternatives, especially if one has a 7-figure portfolio. Read Seeking Alpha to see who has the best and safest yields out there.

      We all partake in this system. Anyone who keeps cash in a checking or savings account at a commercial bank, or borrows from them to buy a house is feeding it in the same way as someone who buys PFE or BMY for dividends. There really is no escape other than to sell everything and give up the gains to charity; and even then, those charities are 501(c)3 entities under the IRC.

      Chris

  3. Thanks once more Chris for the extensive response, much appreciated. We are truely blessed that you take the time to teach us.

    XRP is being sued by the SEC (news broke 2 days ago) amongst others on supposingly pumping up their own coin price.
    A huge sell off was the result. Comes with the territory i guess, but not for the faint of heart.

    You are always stressing that we should start getting passive income.
    These are the ways i know off doing so:
    1) buying and renting out houses
    2) having a patent or royalties on a product
    3) lending out money (or staking crypto’s) for a %
    4) trade in stocks that yield dividend
    5) buying bonds that yield dividend

    The first one is out of my reach, i simply see no way of getting enough capital to buy a house that i can rent out. Two doesnt apply to me either.
    In todays markets i do not like to do 4) or 5)
    That leaves 3, staking crypto’s, thats something i can schale up slowly if more cash comes available.

    Do you see other means to achieve passive income that does not involve huge sums of money (like with houses) ?

    Happy holidays.

    1. Where abouts do you live? Before I moved to the DC area in 2002-03, I lived in Manhattan with family on LI. I resolved it with myself to buy RE, and started down here while commuting, but knew up there was a definite no go to base out of. If you live in a more rural area, buy farmland that you can lease out to farmers. I moved out of the city and high cost areas, and so should all those who wish for financial independence. I read how Toronto rents are plummeting, but prices move north. Why live there anymore? My in-law lives there, but she is surrounded by punishing RE costs and Covid crap. Being surrounded by so many PC Christ rejecters is a spiritual handicap. Plus the cities hinder our financial independence objectives. When I leave NoVA, I will move to suburban/rural NoNM to be left alone.

      We need to start being different than others and what we used to be. It will never return to normal ever again. Covid is part of a new normal and we will never get back to what life once was. We need to accept this and adjust. I begged those who would listen back in March of this new reality. How many more warnings can I give? For many, they are stuck in the Dave Hodges, FEMA camp, dollar collapse confirmation bias. Most who no longer stop by the site ask why get off our asses and try if it will be taken away or all go to zero?

      Some of the most successful investors/business owners I met were foreigners who could barely speak English well. They were unemployable and needed to rely on themselves, while many had no pot to piss in. I met a Turkish guy who moved to Dayton OH to buy up $5,000 houses and open a small trucking company. He’s now independently wealthy. We need to rely on ourselves and think outside the box.

      1. I live in Europe, the Netherlands.
        Totally agree with you on adjusting to the new normal.
        We will move to a small village beginning of februari, leaving the city behind.
        The plan is to start our own chicken coop, vegetable garden and aquaponics setup.
        See if we can get as independable as possible.

        1. Sounds like a good start… we must learn from doing. I wish I possessed the knowledge and comprehension of this stuff twenty years ago. What a jump start that would have been…

          BTW, I have a new stock to trade short term. It looks like an RMG junior. This new stock is THCB. I am still doing DD, but it looks like a good sympathy play. Picked up a few hundred shares. RMG was a QS sympathy play, and THCB is a RMG play. It’s another SPAC in the battery space. RMG was up 13 this week. Up to 35, and we could have loaded up below 22 on Monday. A quick way to make several thousand.

          In this latest NWO transformation towards 2030, SPACs have become the rage, because their use have been encouraged by the globalist technocrats to bring firms with key technologies to market that normally would not be able to come to market via an IPO. Look for the same this timeline unfolds.

    1. What is a sin? Is it immoral to accept the checks? No. The governments have all been taken over and are just golem for the Synagogue of Satan new world order. The governments are fictitious entities that are no longer what we think they are. The private banking cartel took them over gradually over time and they are all just customer service windows of the NWO.

      As such, we are all operating under a system that most cannot even comprehend. This is why I do not recommend voting, etc. The governments we think we have, are just shadows of what they once were. They are nothing but symbols of the past, so getting these checks are just like anything else. The engineers of the NWO developed a false reality and a manufactured COVID pandemic,destroyed what was left of the economy and have made us dependent on them.

      So is it a sin, per se? Of course, not. The whole system is one big grievous sin, and we all partake in her. With that said, I do not rely on the government, but if they want to throw me money, I will accept it. However, I am not eligible, based on what I read about the stimulus. My goal is to never be a taker from the government; this is an overriding philosophical statement on my part.

  4. Just like it says in common law, ignorance is no excuse of the law. We all partake in modern Babylon. I guess the lines in the sand can be arbitrary.

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