The Coming Great Collapse And How To Survive It

If you’ve been watching current events unfold and are completely on board with the idea of a speedy recovery and then we’re back to business as usual, you need to stop reading right now.  This article isn’t for you…though I’d suggest that if that is the case you have not only drunk the proverbial Kool-Aid, you’re practically drowning in it.  If, on the other hand, you’ve been very uncomfortable with the direction our country has been going for years (even before the Wuhan Flu gave the Fed yet another excuse to bail out the Banksters and give the rest of us a stiff middle finger), keep reading.

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Oil, Covid 19, and the “Lockdown”-What Really Happened?

So, I’m having a hard time buying the idea that any lockdown needed to happen because of a virus that is unlikely to kill more than one person in every 100,000 on this planet.  I’m having such a hard time, in fact, that I’ve tried to come up with some kind of alternative explanation that suits the facts…an explanation that actually makes logical sense.  Allow me to posit this:
Putin met with MBS (Saudi leader) the first week in March.  At that point, the coronavirus was just underway in Asia but nowhere else, really.  They discussed oil production cuts.  Putin refused, the Saudis threw their production wide open, and now oil prices are in negative territory for the first time in history.

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One Nation, Under Lockdown

So this is what America has come to circa 2020: a nation huddled in their homes hoping to avoid illness and death from an obscure virus created in a lab in China.  Businesses shuttered.  Roads emptied.  People eyeing each other suspiciously as they pass in the supermarket aisles, snapping up all of the toilet paper that their SUV can carry while wearing their N95 masks and gloves.   Police arresting pastors for conducting church services.  Neighbors snitching on each other.  An entire country in lockdown over a “pandemic” that is unlikely to affect one person in a hundred, even if we accept the most dire predictions at face value.  I would not have believed it if you had told me 20 years ago that this could be possible in the land of the free and the home of the brave, but here we are.

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