12/30 The trickle-up reality of the new world order; How to analyze it and profit

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-I provide an in depth and precise discussion in how social and deficit spending impoverishes the intended beneficiary. These policies emerged in the wake of 1971, but were codified under supply-side and trickle-down economics from 1980 onwards.
-Ben Bernanke, with the help of the globalist-controlled media, was able to promote QE as a viable policy.
-The successful implementation of QE was the most important step in the current monetary system since Bretton Woods. The premise of QE solved the dilemma of sovereign debt limits. Prior to QE, the supply of the world’s sovereign debt generation was limited to organic investor demand.
-Subsequent to QE, this predicament was no longer a stumbling block as the central banks could absorb any amount needed to keep rates falling, while this growing debt overhang provided a welcomed deflationary cushion as money stock measure escalated. Developed nation-states that issue debt in their own currencies could essentially borrow as much as needed to finance government operations and social spending.
-If we fully comprehend the functions of deficit spending and how the wealth ends up on the balance sheets of the top 10%, then we know why income generating assets are so valuable. The more degenerate humanity becomes, the wealthier we become. The demoralized westerners are out chasing ghosts and shadows while their economy burns, yet our balance sheets grow.
-The wealth accumulation function of deficit spending and socialism requires us to transition from earning wage income to accumulating all forms of passive income. This is the only way we can stay ahead of the growing aggregate debt millstone that builds upon the economy.
-The more income generating assets we own, the relatively wealthier we become. The bottom 50-80% of the population get poorer, because they do not own enough income generating assets that appreciate in value to stay ahead; thus, their financial lives grind lower over time.
-As the dollar decays, the overseas dollars seek out dollarized assets. These dollars crowd out and overwhelm the domestic U.S. population.
-We all have to deal with the rising costs of life that higher debt levels bring, but our standards of living can keep up and move ahead on a consistent, long-term basis if we do what others do not do.
-It doesn’t matter anymore which philosophy we observe is in control. Indeed, the nation-states have all drifted towards Marxism, and it may appear Soviet, but it is ultimately run by the owners of the privately run central banks. They propped up the Soviet Union and ChiComm China to exclusion of all else. They overwhelmed the West with Soviet-style education, demoralization, and brainwashing.
-The wealthy oligarch prefer socialism and deficit spending, because it is the most effective and quickest way to consolidate enough wealth to achieve their new world order objectives. Social spending is effective on an amoral and dependent population. Thus, the fake Covid-type crises are always engineered to speed up the process. Crises of all types accelerates the new world order agenda.
-Reality only exists in our minds.

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17 thoughts on “12/30 The trickle-up reality of the new world order; How to analyze it and profit

  1. You can come across as being more depressing that anyone else, but you have been more right than the others. There really is a spiritual battle here. I get that and the others who blog on the regular alt sites get it all wrong, because they always underestimate or never recognize the power of our enemy. I should have listened to you years ago. Agh….

  2. Hi Chris,

    I do not think most here disagree with you. The message to get passive income is loud and clear.
    However, the people that have tenths of thousands of dollars lying around are probably also far and few between. If you are well off financially, like the guy in your example that has 50 years worth of dividend stocks or owns a couple of rental properties, you most likely do not hang around on this blog anymore; you are enjoying life.
    I do not consider myself to be poor. We as a family have one stable income, we do not have debt, we own our house, we have a small portfolio in gold, silver, crypto currencies.
    But there is no way for a non-financial wizard aged 50+ (with 2 kids that are studying) to generate enough cash at this point in time to buy up a rental property, or start a sizeable stock portfolio that is large enough to live off. Unless getting into massive debt, something i do not feel comfortable with doing.
    I am more than willing to learn otherwise i would not be here. But your advise on how to turn things around should, in my humble opinion, be based more on people that have say 10k dollar max to start with, rather than 100k or more lying around. We cannot undo the past.

    My own plan has been to generate passive income through crypto’s (staking). I know this is very risky, but since that is something i can scale, i can slowly but steadily increase that position.
    The other part is that we are starting to become more self sustaining, by trying to get our own food supply going.
    Plan B has always been to just eat up our house when we have to (sell it and rent it back, or take a loan on it’s net worth).
    I have been looking at your stock picks as well. Whenever possible i will put some cash into those.
    Lastly i will look into ways to monetize skillsets i will hopefully aquire while growing our own food.
    If you see any other ways to get the passive income train rolling, for me and others with limited cash on hand, i am more than interested to hear about them.

    You are spot on about not being able to wake up others. I have tried, to a point where it actually damaged relationships. I am noticing that i start to lose patience with those people. Whats the point to maintain friendships with people that live in a completely different (bizarro) world ? I was never a big fan of talking about the weather or sports anyway.

    Happy newyear!

    1. Hi. I hope my latest new year message helped address your thoughts. I discussed them in today’s podcast.

  3. It kind of makes sense. This is not what I hear in the alternative media. There is logic to this. Thanks for your work.

  4. Chris, a question:
    “socialism and deficit spending, because it is the most effective and quickest way to consolidate enough wealth to achieve their new world order objectives”

    Okay so let me try to summarize:
    1) you are saying they are de-basing our currencies, hence the “number” assigned to assets will be going up.
    2) you say that those that have income generating assets will come out ahead, not because they are gaining on the rich, but rather, because the poorer without incoming generating assets are loosing that much faster (so there’s a relative advantage).

    But now the big question. The “Great Reset”. As covered extensively by others (even well spoken: Catherine Austin Fitts) — this will entail currency collapse with a rising global blochchain currency. But along the way we may not have means to pay taxes/mortgage on property… so is property a wise investment for the next 5 years? Your thoughts greatly appreciated!

    1. The currencies are being debased in a controlled fashion, with the USD being debased since 1913. This is a given that each year the dollar buys less.

      The value of an asset is not a number, per se. It is a value that is based on the income it can generate (e.g. rental property, farmland, business), gains that can be expected (e.g. growth stock) or future opportunities (gold, bitcoin). The numbers are not arbitrary for many of the incomer generating assets, but can be valued based on well-defined formulas.

      Income generating assets are the ones that can be priced off the yield curve for the most part. Cap rates and IRRs are used for RE. P/E and P/S ratios for stocks and businesses can be used and discounted based on prevailing risk free or market interest rates, while gold and bitcoin, which are not income generators, can be valued based on future use scenarios.

      Income generating assets tend to have income streams that grow over time based on money stock growth, and as the central banks engineer the yield curve lower, the discount rates that are used to price assets drop over time. Thus, when we plug in the discount rates into our pricing formulas, the lower the discount rate (base interest rates) the higher the asset value rises. It really is that simple. The Fed has engineered rates lower since 1980, which concomitantly values assets higher.

      Those who have these assets that we can price, will over time do better than those who do not. While asset income streams may rise in tandem with wages over time, the underlying assets are rising as rates fall. Thus, those who own these assets will achieve a better standard of living than those who do not own them.

      As for the Great Reset. Ms. Fitts is guessing and there is no real way to determine the most likely outcome to all this and how assets will be handled. All I know is that by looking at the last 40-50 years, what I recommend is the best long-term choice.

      Recall that I have always said that an owner-occupied house is not an income generating asset. It is an asset, but it is incumbent on the owner to earn enough money to pay for and take care of the house. Taxes on owner-occupied houses in places like NY, NJ, IL may preclude those from living and investing there. Rental properties have cash flows and the rents pay for the taxes. They are deductible from the top line and the revenue streams pay for the carrying costs. If taxes rise too much, that means the values are rising. For the most part, property taxes are rising, more because their assessed values keep climbing and less from rising mil rates. This means that rents will not fall, because if taxes rose too much and people were dispossessed, they would rent. this would drive up rents and cash flows would rise.

      We talk about the the Great Reset here as well. If there is a currency collapse (oh boy, that idea never dies in the alt-media) asset prices will rise. Ask anyone in a country in which their nation’s currency collapsed. Asset values in that currency went into the stratosphere (and higher). Nobody, and I do not care how well experienced he or she may be, has the answers. All I know is I would rather have assets going into this Great Reset than not. The engineers of the NWO need low costs of capital to get us into electric cars and into track and trace lives. This technology needs to be commercialized and that can only take place in a world of low to lower interest rates. This means that asset values will rise and the more assets we own the better we can handle the tighter screw of costs of living.

      How many times will we look at the central bank interventions and deny their power? Crying Cassandras all year long, every year, claim this crisis or that crisis is the final one, but I have lived through 2-3 dozen crises since the mid 80’s and every time, the results are the same. Arguing from incredulity (or ignorance like Charles Hugh Smith), does not make it so.

      If the covid response was not enough to shake someone’s confirmation bias regarding the inability of the architects of the NWO to maintain this system, nothing will.

      I recall that as the dollar fell in value during the 70s, and rates rose, house prices climbed as well. Outright inflation took over.

        1. We don’t live in a “rentier” economy per se. That excuse was used in every Marxist uprising in the past and it seems to be proving effective this time around. I am concerned about how this term is being used more frequently.

          I will respond to this in today’s podcast. Based on this interview, Mr. Hudson seems pro-government interventionist on all levels, beholden to his job status to never directly malign the true causes (the Fed), and very socialist in his recommendations. He suggests the government also control the financial aspects of the “rentier” class. The Fed, evidently will still run it all from behind the scenes, but who runs the govt policy and how is it paid?

          He says that we need to turn over many aspects of the economy and society to the govt, so that we can lower the costs, as opposed to leaving it up to the private sector. I have never seen that work in the past. While on the surface we may have lower health care costs, the true costs and negative externalities of these govt-run programs are manifested in many ways, including higher overall costs of living, higher taxes, and accepting social policy that runs counter to our beliefs. Knowing what I know about staying healthy, I would never subscribe to socialist medicine. Doing so, just speeds up my destination to the grave.

          The economy doesn’t move towards polarization, then a crash. It moves through manufactured crises, then tighter control. The polarization is manufactured. The government that Mr. Hudson says should provide the answers, has been taken over by the same forces he rails against. The socialist mindset is primarily endorsed and promoted by the same forces that cause the populace to demand socialist policy. It concentrates the wealth on all levels while neutering potential resistance. The government is the true monopolist in this regard.

          BTW nobody in the comments section criticizes the Fed and supports getting rid of it, but they get caught up discussing white privilege, left/right politics, and ad hominem attacks. This is the result of the classic conditioning formulated in Arlington and McLean VA.

      1. Thanks Chris, appreciate the responsive discussion.

        So yes the dollar is debased each year — it’s fait — so has no tangible asset-link. But it’s perceived value is guided by some natural laws (scarcity, monetary velocity) & then the magic show — marketing optics, enforcing usage for international contracts, etc. Correct?

        >> If there is a currency collapse (oh boy, that idea never dies in the alt-media) asset prices will rise.
        Yes alt-media is often panic driven, but obviously there WILL be a currency collapse, all fiats do, and there appears to be a clear objective towards it such that we are transitioned to a more controlled currency system. To your point: real-assets will not loose value based on a currency system, I agree — although there will be a period of upset when the currency systems and people’s understanding are reset.

        >>The engineers of the NWO need low costs of capital to get us into electric cars and into track and trace lives. This technology needs to be commercialized and that can only take place in a world of low to lower interest rates.
        Yes this has been pointed out by others, cheap capital for this fast-moving capital intensive build-out. So you are directly saying we should take advantage of the cheap capital accordingly.

        >> through 2-3 dozen crises since the mid 80’s and every time, the results are the same.
        Would you mind highlighting the top 3 points that each of these crises has?

        >> If the covid response was not enough to shake someone’s confirmation bias regarding the inability of the architects of the NWO to maintain this system, nothing will.
        Elaborate? To me it shows their confidence. They ran some trials (and continue to), from testing our gullibility with toilet-paper shortage, to then enforcing a global face-mask mandate… I would argue their optics are working, and if the “Great Reset” is to follow accordingly, we may need to adjust where we choose our assets. For example, if you owned land in Zimbabwe, or pre-communist Russia, you would have done well to sell it off while it had substantial value and moved to assets that were more global or locations that subscribed to a more friendly asset-owning system… Would this not make sense to you?

        >> I recall that as the dollar fell in value during the 70s, and rates rose, house prices climbed as well. Outright inflation took over.
        Would love a post related to the last few crises and how key financial elements changed (debasement of capital, capital flow in/out country, relative asset values, mortgage rates, etc).

        Thanks again Chris!

        1. Okay… let’s answer each…
          That is correct. Every time we see money in the TV and movies and such, it subconsciously reinforces our connection to it. The USD may be a piece of trash, but the same globalists who control the Fed and its dollar printing, promote it via their own Hollywood, business news, economic study, and our manufactured culture. This “culture” is not grassroots, but formulated by intelligent forces whose objectives are to demoralize us.

          There NEVER has to be a currency collapse like the alt-finance is hoping for. That manufactured fear will bring the desired control. I say it’s been a job well done since 2008, while Ms. Fitts, Mr. Skousen, and ZeroHedge warn of collapse. At some level I have to believe that this demoralizing misdirection is being injected by the same forces from Arlington and McLean. We have observed this control for years now. It’s already here. The Patriot Acts were largely financial. The laws enacted after 2008 were largely financial. You need to shake this talk of imminent collapse. Collapse to our ways of life and financial system have been ongoing for decades. When will the people learn? These collapsers are to blame for not engaging in building wealth. These collapsers make a lot of money with clickbait fear selling ad space, and some are just ant-West outlets spreading the Tokyo-Rose garbage. If our currency ever collapses (The USD has been collapsing for decades) income assets will help save you.

          Indeed, take advantage and leverage this period of low interest rates and cheap capital formation for your benefit. Engage immediately and don’t be a passive observer. Don’t waste any time criticizing this system, and channel that energy into building something.

          The top four-five Fed responses in chronological order 1. Fed’s response to 1987 crash and 1986 TRA, 2. Fed’s response to LTCM in 1997 causing tech bubble, 3. Fed’s response to 9/11 causing housing bubble, 4. Fed’s response to 2008 with QE, 5. Fed’s response to covid in 2020. But I can think of the crises in 2018 and 2017 with liquidity drying up and the reestablishment of QE additions. I can think of currency crises in 80s and 90s. Orange county bankruptcy, and more and more.

          The globalist Synagogue ran the manufactured covid crisis, because they now have total confidence in their abilities to exploit and control us. I guess my original verbage wasn’t articulated clearly. They were so successful that they will unleash many more very soon.

          We know what happened to interest rates and prices in the 70’s, and we see how assets responded. Stocks did not do very well, but the legislation and spending policies of the 80s established the one way precedent for assets price movement. If you wish to see how assets performed under each scenario, just observe what the Fed and Federal govt did to deal with a particular “crisis” and see how assets of all kinds responded.

          1. Awesome insight again Chris, if I may continue this thread for a while longer?

            >> There NEVER has to be a currency collapse like the alt-finance is hoping for. That manufactured fear will bring the desired control. I say it’s been a job well done since 2008, while Ms. Fitts, Mr. Skousen, and ZeroHedge warn of collapse
            *Great insight*, and not what I was envisaging but this makes sense. So sure they are massively hemorrhaging the real value of the USD (and now messing with the M1/M2 stats, and obfuscating M3 guessing even more)… but it doesn’t matter right? Because at the end, they’ll say, look we have a shiny new globally backed currency, that we will transition you onto?! Thus allowing a pre-determined trade-in (– maybe allowing this corresponds to some spiritual/universal law to allow reciprocation for work done for those not willing to willingly give up their work?). Thus based on this paradigm accumulating assets makes sense.

            Just a small ask here: please don’t bash the alt-guys too. I hate to see all of the alt-people disparaging each other because although there may be fear-mongering there, I think all these people have their heart in the right place to figure out truth and improve the world!~ 🙂

            Now we can extend this a little as I’d like your insight:
            * look at the currency collapse in 1920’s Austria — there was an arbitrage opportunity taking out credit and buying hard assets as some people did (that cost less as the currency was rapidly debasing).
            * look at the currency plunge of the Argentinian Peso in 2019 (15% drop), which DID NOT cause an immediate increase in the underlying stock market prices: thus the stocks were effectively discounted for 4 months while they appreciated in value towards the same USD value they were before the crash

            So in any of these potential seizemic currency fluctuations there are arbitrage opportunities right… something else for us to keep in mind depending on how things go. Adding to this, your note about having real-assets, that continues to hold true.

            >> were so successful that they will unleash many more very soon.
            Yes I align with this. This pony-show is going to be milked-dry by them and we’ll see a lot more towards pushing it along with a strong totalitarian flavored outcome most likely.

            Now let’s talk the next 10-year run-through on this, shall we?

            Due to the huge capital requirements for the 5G infrastructure roll-out we can expect ultra-low rates for the next few years (2-3?)

            After that, it would make sense to spike interest rates no ? That would allow the elite to reclaim a huge amount of assets from over-leveraged people (ex. real-estate)?

            I’m not sure at what juncture the global currency will be introduced, but perhaps it will be a staged introduction, using some test countries first (ex. Caanada, Austraalia) before attempting to cripple the goliaths for a switch-over? Or to showcase how successful it is.

            >> If you wish to see how assets performed under each scenario, just observe what the Fed and Federal govt did to deal with a particular “crisis” and see how assets of all kinds responded.
            If you wouldn’t mind could you sketch out assets vs fed-response for some of the mentioned crises, I’m sure a lot of us would be hugely grateful!

    2. There is one huge difference between what I discuss and what all the other personalities in the financial media harp on. As you can plainly see, I delve deeply into the spiritual aspects of this system, and anyone who refuses or is unable to comprehend this aspect of the New World Order and its financial and economic systems must be heavily discounted. Never underestimate the ability of our adversary to keep this system going.

      Many people may claim to be experts in economics and finance, but ask yourself; why are their recommendations antithetical to the actual outcome? The two-fold answer is easy to determine; that’s because they don’t know as much as they think they know, and they are also unable to comprehend the spiritual aspect of this system and our adversary.

      1. Now Chris, here is an opportunity, we need to start layout out some of these spiritual/natural law elements that are becoming more visible with time and the volume of data out there! Can I entice you to start this?

  5. Chris thanks. Help me clarify please. My logic doesn’t process what’s happening. If millions of people have lost their jobs, they have less money, there is lower demand for goods. Prices should be falling. So why for example is housing prices going up?

    1. In the short and intermediate term, it is fairly straightforward here. M3 measures have exploded since covid, while the cost of capital and interest rates have plummeted. These two forces alone are fully responsible for the rising asset prices. Back in late March when we observed the expanded Fed QE action, we remarked that asset prices would begin their ascent, regardless of economic circumstances. These two forces alone will overwhelm the derogatory economic and social circumstances. This is why this system preys on sadness, ignorance, hopelessness, disease, and lack of moral compass. The libero New World Order engineers repeatedly use accommodative monetary policy as an answer for every manufactured crisis.

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