Robert Kiyosaki, the author of “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”, says that there are three important factors playing a role in what will be a global economic collapse. Kiyosaki has in the past issued a gloomy outlook, warning that a historical crash is on the way as he claims the economy is in “the biggest bubble in world history.”
During his latest episode of The Rich Dad Radio Show, published on December 7, Kiyosaki, alongside his guest American author and lawyer Jim Rickards, delved into three main factors likely to sink the economy if not managed well.
The three things that Kiyosaki says will crash the global economy (and likely usher in the technological slave state) are:
1. Supply Chain Breakdown – “The supply chain is not part of the economy. The supply chain is the economy. They’re so broad, so extensive, and so many moving parts that you can model it theoretically, and there’s some math that you can apply, but nobody can comprehend it all,” said Rickards.
2. Rising Inflation – At the same time, Kiyosaki and Rickards pointed out that the supply chain links to the monetary economy that is feeling the heat from soaring inflation.
3. Political Instability – Rickards singled out the U.S. and China’s tussle to control the global economy, a factor that would define the future. He noted there is a mutual push by both the United States and China to decouple from one another, an element likely to lead to resilience.
Kiyosaki has also previous warned that this month will be start of the issuance of a central bank digital currency, or CBDC, that will permanently enslave the masses naive enough to willinglly accept it.
Jim Rickards made his most important announcement today. It’s about the most treasonous act in US history Biden’s Executive Order 14067. It’s communism in its purest form, the creation of CBDC Cental Bank Digital Curreny. Stay awake. Tune in to Rickards. Tune out Biden Take care
— therealkiyosaki (@theRealKiyosaki) July 18, 2022
“If you can move every human into a digital concentration camp, empty their bank account any time you want, and tell them what they can and cannot spend money on, you’ve got complete control.” – Catherine Austin Fitts