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I just can’t figure it out. Is it incompetence? Or is it contempt? It looks so stupid, I keep thinking what idiots! ..but yet, I think nobody can be that stupid..
I just don’t know. We should take a poll.
NR, I have the same questions everyday reading this type of stuff.
they cannot possibly be this stupid… and when i say ‘they’ i am referring to pretty much the entire establishment.
Therefore, i must conclude that this is a calculated effort with some specific goal(s) in mind.
So, all we can do here in peon land is to try to deduce what all of these economic, financial, political and societal policies will do to us, and then figure a way to preserve our liberty and quality of life.
This may help, but somewhere I read that it is government’s responsibility (or those running the governement subvertly) to pretend to fail. If this is the truth, it kind of explains both the incompetence and the calculated effort. The question would therefore be why are they trying to let it fail?
If they let it fail, then they can be the heros and save us, perhaps?
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