Our goal is to prosper in a hyperinflationary environment
Still, our enemies have Gates, Blair, and Schwab on their side, and we have God on our side.
Dr. Vernon Coleman
Note to reader: I wanted to pass along this Brighteon video from Dr. Vernon Coleman, which sums up well, the predictions of our website, and which dovetails with the recommendations we provide. We still need to prepare, and our diligent and unique preparations will buy us a few more years until the end.
A deliberate change to the monetary narrative is warning us of its end
After observing the recent and persistent behavior, willed ignorance, and rhetoric of the global central banking authorities, led by the U.S. Fed, I have to conclude that the globalists seem intent on deliberately setting the monetary system on a new course trajectory in which we would consider bringing it into its terminal phase. This terminal phase is being well orchestrated, which means that they are only planning to use this system for a few more years.
QE could have been maintained indefinitely (forever) so long as the inflationary data remained low, but the monetary authorities are under order to consolidate the last vestiges of global wealth and power as quickly as possible. This consolidation was a necessary prerequisite to controlling the Great Reset narrative.
This global power and wealth grab has accelerated under QE, and rising monetary and consumer inflation, coupled with low interest rates, creates the most expedient environment for this amalgamation of global power into a central locus in the shortest amount of time.
The wealth consolidation process is nearly complete and should reach critical mass by 2025. This will allow the PTB to more easily complete their tasks on transforming the world into its desired outcome.
This process of inflation and manufactured scarcity has already begun, and will eventually lead to the deaths of hundreds of millions around the world. Since the US Fed is leading the charge here, this will just further incite the ire of America’s enemies.
These ongoing manufactured covid crises will expand in scope, and I worry that by mid-decade, at least one billion will have either died off or become incapacitated from any of a number of factors attributable to the fallout from this covid scam.
The PTB don’t seem to be that concerned about inflation, and in fact, are encouraging it and are inculcating this mindset into both consumer and business expectations. While I was slow to recognize this permanent shift in commodity prices, I now see these secular changes in the supply/demand equations as everlasting.
In the short term, the fiscal and monetary stimulus has pushed out the demand curve on most items. In the long-term, as the world transforms from the covid scam, it will be the supply curve that will permanently shift up and to the left. This latter shift will be the causes of the future famines and heartache. Read the Book of Revelation for an idea of what is to come soon.
The people around the world will begin to die off from vaccine repercussions, famine, starvation, untreated and unchecked diseases and sicknesses, and skyrocketing costs in the supply chain. The last factor listed will be the primary cause of the ongoing humanity calamity.
As for those already owning real estate and stocks, I have some encouraging news. According to Zillow, the rent rates on my single-family houses have climbed by about 20% over the past year. I do not know how people can afford these numbers.
With all this said, I still recommend income-generating assets for those who own them, and even if interest rates rise in the future, the prices of everything will continue upwards, including rents and the prices corporations charge.
Ceteris paribus, higher rates brings lower asset prices. But, we need to contemplate this scenario in a multi-dimensional environment. I ask myself, what is the cause of rising bond yields? If it’s the destruction of the monetary system, asset prices can still remain elevated and rise as those with the assets can easily pass off higher prices on to the public.
Even with higher interest rates, those who can best weather the storm are underleveraged asset owners. By remaining underleveraged, we can take advantage of any future opportunities as they manifest. While buying a house may get tougher with higher bond yields, the rents landlords will charge will continue rising even more so. The distortions in the commodities and labor markets will only work to restrict supply and those firms with the highest rates of inelastic demand (e.g. Dow blue chips) will hold up better.
This is why we need to be price makers and not price takers; whether it be with stocks, businesses, sports teams, housing, or medical practices.