CJ, do you think working from home is a big driver of inflation?
The MSM has been promoting this notion lately, and after having initial skepticism, I find it makes some sense. WFH means people have more time and money. They are traveling more, engaging in “workcations,” and buying more vacation properties. The daily commute used to consume people’s time and money as well as anchor them to one location. WFH workers also have more time to engage in side gigs, like being a landlord…
…Until high-earning white collar workers actually go back to office in a meaningful capacity, inflation should continue.
An interesting observation. I suspect that a work from home environment is more of a reallocation of resources. We spend less on child care and transportation, and more on others, including frivolities. However, with this said, I have never seen the roads more crowded. And the traffic is continual. I look at the people driving and many of them are wearing burkas and other types of foreign clothing. These people are quickly replacing the natives who are dying off, which, by the way, is causing medical costs to rise alongside the increases in overall morbidity rates.
I am reading that homeschooling has more than doubled to about 10% of the child population from about 5% previously before covid. Many of these remnant parents find it very distasteful for their Christian children to have to endure observing pagan god Hindu holidays such as Diwali.
I also suspect on many levels that a lot of the work that employees do is utterly meaningless. Alan Watt previously discussed this concept before his demise, and I find it absolutely true. It’s as if we pulled back the curtain and realized that the average worker really doesn’t do much of anything except take up space and time. Eventually, many employers will experiment going to a 4-day work week, and then a 3-day work week. And then they’ll just tell their employees that they’re technically always on the clock. Eventually, the average human will look like the prototype in the movie Wall-E.
So, really, is WFH inflationary? I view the consumer spending numbers and I don’t see any additional demand, especially the type that would be causing this persistent inflation. The WFH research articles and their conclusions are drawn up and promoted by our adversary to keep the unwashed fishing for excuses. Inflation rests squarely on the shoulders of the federal government and the Federal Reserve. It rests squarely on the shoulders of the globalists and synagogue of Satan who are slicing and dicing the supply chain with talks of World War 3. It’s not just Biden’s fault. Trump consistently pushed for that second round of stimulus checks that was totally unneeded. Trump works wonderfully to bankrupt companies and was hired to help bankrupt the United States. Trump was the biggest promoter of the accelerated death jabs, and we are now seeing at least 10 to 20,000 people a day dying from conditions they would have easily survived. They are quickly being replaced by foreign aliens.
This type of flimsy economic research regarding WFH employs the same types of reasoning that our adversary uses to explain why we are experiencing sudden onset death. The real reasons are never discussed and we’re just left entertaining red herrings.