Due to the dramatic overreaction to the coronavirus, millions of Americans have lost jobs, homes, and descended into poverty. On the other hand, several elitists with ties to the central bank and ruling class have made billions
At the same time, the master is threatening to steal even more of the fruits of the labors of the slaves.
Here’s a quick question to ponder for those who think taxation is justified: if taking 100% of the fruit of another human being’s labor is slavery, at what point is it not? Logically, that point would be 0%. Meaning any taxation is slavery and as we know, government is slavery.
More than half of American consumers (56%) said they are living “paycheck to paycheck,” according to another poll, and 48% have experienced unexpected financial setbacks in the last 3 months. Over 70% say they are becoming more conscientious of where they spend their money. Food prices are rising too, regardless of what the mainstream media is telling us. Has anyone been to their store lately? Use your own discernment to figure out what’s going on.
Half of Americans (49%) say they have saved less than $500 in the past 3 months, and 40% of those who saved less than $500 were hit by job loss or a fall in income, according to the MassMutual Consumer Spending & Saving Index, released Thursday.
According to Market Watch, a clear majority of baby boomers (72%) said this has been the “worst economic downturn” they had ever experienced, even compared to the Great Recession and the 2001 dot-com boom and bust. Half of boomers have eliminated spending on non-essentials.
For those employing the use of their critical thinking skills and preparedness knowledge, it is easy to see the writing on the wall. Things are going to take a while to improve. This will be a marathon, not a sprint. Stay aware of what’s happening, be alert, and continue to make preparations for whatever you can. A complete and noticeable economic collapse is still not out of the question.