Perfect execution; the world’s richest didn’t lose, they won
For every dollar of new global wealth earned by a person in the bottom 90% during the first two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, a billionaire got $1.7 million, according to a new analysis from the anti-poverty group Oxfam.
That means that even in an era marked by the pandemic, nearly 15 million excess deaths and rising consumer prices, the richest 1% captured almost two-thirds of all new wealth created between December 2019 and December 2021, the report said.
Oxfam said a “flood of public money pumped into the economy by rich countries” during the pandemic, combined with tax policies that favor the wealthy, higher corporate profits and rising prices, helped to fuel a surge in wealth for the world’s richest people. To reverse a trend of widening inequality, taxes must be raised on the richest people in the world, the organization said.
The adversary “won”. I warned the readers not to worry about bursting bubbles and other red herrings like CBDCs. These diversions were purposely placed into the media, so the economic novices like Dr. Mercola, Mike Adams, AJ, and Joel Skousen would scare their followers into making poverty-inspiring choices as we approach the world’s great denouement. The Pentagon and CIA injected these red herrings into the mix to confuse the masses while simultaneously engineering COVID “stimulus” programs to impoverish them. The results speak for themselves; only those in the top 10% of balance sheet wealth have benefited. The bottom 90% mean nothing to the power elite. The WEF even says it.
‘It’s not been hard to find a world leader who has something to say about extreme inequality, but it’s been really, really hard to find any of them doing something about it.’
— Nabil Ahmed, Oxfam America’s director of economic justice
Where’s the recession?
The economy in its gestalt is performing remarkably well given the manufactured crises. Keep in mind this is the decade of the required massive wealth consolidation in preparation of the Great Reset, so the power grab has been very effective; it’s going on right under the noses of the bottom 90% who argue about COVID, racism, misogyny, gas vs. electric stoves and cars, CBDCs, etc.
If inflation growth continues to fade further, this will naturally mean that longer-dated Treasury yields will drift back lower over time. This is why we are seeing the prices of gold and bitcoin regain traction. This is also why the prices of SFRs in the areas I have recommended continue to drift higher. This is why the stocks of well-capitalized firms are holding up, despite fears to the contrary.
Whether the economy experiences inflation, disinflation, or outright deflation, the wealthy with their income-generating assets will now always come out on top. The post-COVID macroeconomy has been deftly transformed into a command-control machine that only guarantees further wealth and power concentration at the expense of everyone below.
I see this first hand just by gauging those around me versus my personal circumstances. Those who acquire the income generators have really gained, while those who hold onto the traditional means to make money have lost out terribly.
The psychological engineers toiling away in Arlington and McLean, VA, have simultaneously transformed the microeconomy as well. The average person is now permanently handicapped and unable to overcome his or her conditioning. While the population gets poorer, the people are obsessed about the most meaningless and banal topics like abortion, racism, sex, xenophobia, gender equality, government programs, etc. The average citizenry are now forever unable to extract themselves from their sad circumstances. I hope to shake you from your slumber.
Though the signs of the times are indicating something unprecedented is emerging, what if the alt-Christians are wrong and wormwood doesn’t end it all? What will happen if Jesus doesn’t come back to save us? I have a thought to contemplate; the world will resemble the one in the novel, 1984, or the movie, Elysium.