The Economic End Game Continues

by | Nov 3, 2017 | Headline News | 33 comments

This article was originally published by Brandon Smith at Alt-Market.com

economic-end-game

In November of 2014 I published an article titled ‘The Economic End Game Explained’. In it I outlined what I believed would be the process by which globalists would achieve what they call the “new world order” or what they sometimes call the “global economic reset.” As I have shown in great detail in the past, the globalist agenda includes a fiscal end game; a prize or trophy that they hope to obtain. This prize is a completely centralized global economic structure, rooted in a single central bank for the world, the removal of the U.S. dollar as world reserve currency, the institution of the SDR basket system which will act as a bridge for single a global currency supplanting all others and, ultimately, global governance of this system by a mere handful of “elites.”

The timeline for this process is unclear, but there is some indication of when the “beginning of the end” would commence. As noted in the globalist owned magazine The Economist, in an article titled “Get Ready For The Phoenix,” the year of 2018 seems to be the launching point for the great reset. This timeline is supported by the numerous measures already taken to undermine dollar dominance in international trade as well as elevate the International Monetary Fund’s SDR basket. It is clear that the globalists have deadlines they intend to meet.

That said, there have been some new developments since I wrote my initial analysis on the end-game strategy that I think merit serious attention. The end game continues, faster than ever before, and here are some of the indicators showing that the “predictions” of the globalists at The Economist in 1988 were more like self-fulfilling prophecies and 2018 remains a primary nexus point for a re-engineering of our economic environment.

Using The East To Dismantle The Petrodollar

As I mentioned in last week’s article, ‘Lies And Distractions Surrounding The Petrodollar,’ there has been silence and often disinformation in the mainstream when it comes to the quite open and obvious international pivot away from the dollar as the defacto purchasing mechanism for oil. This trend is only set to accelerate in two months as China begins fulfilling oil contracts in the Yuan instead of the dollar.

The problem is that even in the alternative media there is a continuing myth that Eastern nations are angling to “break away” from the international order. I often see the argument presented that the loss of the petrodollar can only be a good thing for the world. I am not here to comment on whether the end of oil-denominated in dollars is a good or bad thing. I am here, though, to point out that there is absolutely no indication whatsoever that major eastern powers like Russia and China are acting to undermine the existing globalist system.

On the contrary, China and Russia remain, as ever, heavily partnered with the IMF as well as the Bank for International Settlements, and their ties to international banking monoliths like Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan are long established.

Eastern political and economic officials have consistently called for a new reserve system supplanting the dollar, this is true. But what so many analysts seem to overlook is that they ALSO call for that new system to be dominated by the IMF.

The delusion that the financial world operates on is that the IMF is “controlled” by the U.S. It is not. It is controlled by international bankers, who have no loyalties to any specific country. Once one understands this fact, the systematic sabotage of the U.S. makes perfect sense, as well as the collusion between China, Russia and the IMF. America is a sacrificial appendage of the globalist edifice and is being torn down piece by piece in order to feed the creation of something new and perhaps even more sinister.

As George Soros proclaimed back in 2009, the “new world order” would rely in part on China as a replacement economic engine for the globalist machine and depend far less on a diminishing United States. China would serve as a smaller engine, but a replacement engine none the less.

China is more than happy to oblige the globalists with a concerted and incremental program of de-dollerization. But this does not mean that the end-goal is a “petroyuan.” No, the goal is for the IMF to assert the dominance of the SDR basket system as a reserve hub. And, China is now the flagship market for the SDR after its recent induction into the fold. There will be no single reserve currency after the dollar is brutalized. At least, not until all currencies are homogenized through the SDR basket and finally replaced with a single global currency unit. Until then, the IMF or the BIS will dictate nation-to-nation trade and monetary exchange.

It only follows that this highly-volatile rebirth of the global financial order would begin in part with the dollar’s loss of petro-status. The oil trade is the one defining element that gives the dollar a fundamental edge over all other currencies. It is the closest thing we have to commodity backing for the dollar and it is an advantage no other currency in the world can yet boast. There are many ways to destroy the dollar, but the BEST method would be to end its petro-status.

The Global Currency Unit Is Already Here

One argument I used to hear often from naysayers on global currency was that there “is no monetary unit with enough liquidity to replace the dollar.” Of course, these people have no understanding of the SDR basket and how it could be used to envelop and absorb most if not all currencies into a single reserve mechanism. That said, I understand the confusion. When people think of currencies, they think of physical tickets of measurement; they want to see a piece of paper with symbols, or, they want to at least see a brand name for the product, which is what all currencies really are.

When The Economist in 1988 called for a global currency to launch in 2018, they were perhaps not aware of the exact form the destructor would take. Even in 2014 I was not fully convinced we had enough evidence on what that unit of measurement would be or look like. Today, it is clear as crystal — the one world currency system will not only be a cashless system, but it will also be based on digital blockchain technology.

As I examined in my article ‘The Globalist One World Currency Will Look A Lot Like Bitcoin,’ while some politicians and banking moguls publicly attack blockchain-based products like Bitcoin or Etherium, in the background they are actually heavily invested in these systems and are even building their own. With central banking mascots like Ben Bernanke becoming keynote speakers at blockchain conferences, it is not exactly an elusive secret that the global banks love blockchain tech.

Even major elitist corporations like Amazon appear ready to adopt blockchain products as currencies. So, one needs to ask the question: If the blockchain and Bitcoin are such a dire threat to the centralization of the establishment, why are they rapidly laying all the groundwork necessary for blockchain systems to replace paper currencies?

What is interesting to me is that even in the highly vigilant world of alternative economics, which is well aware of the trend towards a global currency system, blockchain systems are still revered as if they will save us from central bank tyranny. Very few people have noticed that The Economist call for a 2018 one world monetary framework has arrived slightly early; it has been right under our noses for several years. With blockchain-based methods of exchange, a replacement structure for the dollar and all other national currencies is not very far away.

The Federal Reserve Implosion Program Continues

I remember back before 2008 when the media almost never treated actions at the Federal Reserve as major news.  In fact, I remember back when the average American had never even heard for the Federal Reserve, and some believed the very existence of the institution was a “conspiracy theory”. Now, the nomination for the new Fed chair is at the top of the news feeds, but for all the wrong reasons.

The changing of the Fed chair is absolutely meaningless as far as policy is concerned. Jerome Powell will continue the same exact initiatives as Yellen; stimulus will be removed, rates will be hiked and the balance sheet will be reduced, leaving the massive market bubble the Fed originally created vulnerable to implosion. Equities in particular display the behavior of an out of control bullet train similar to the 2006/2007 bubble, or even the delusional exuberance prominent before the crash of 1929. All of this optimism is dependent on two things – dumb blind faith that all investors will continue to act in perfect concert to always “buy the dip”, and, continued faith that central banks will forever step in to obstruct and reverse any market correction.

An observant person, however, might have noticed that central banks around the world seem to be acting in a coordinated fashion to remove stimulus support from markets and raise interest rates, cutting off supply lines of easy money that have long been a crutch for our crippled economy. The Bank of England raised rates this past week, as the Federal Reserve indicated yet another rate hike in December. The Europeans Central Bank continues to prep the public for coming rate hikes, while the Bank of Japan has assured the public that “inflation” expectations have been met and no new stimulus is necessary. If all of this appears coordinated, that is because it is.

Fed policy is not dictated by the Fed chair, and it is certainly not dictated by Donald Trump. As former chairman Alan Greenspan openly admitted, the central bank does NOT answer to government, it is an autonomous policy making machine. Fed chairs are as easily replaced as lawnmower parts; they are mascots for the banking system, nothing more. Once they are “nominated” by the president, they take their orders from another source entirely, and I would even question the validity of the nomination process and how the original list of candidates is chosen. For the real puppeteers at the Fed, one would need to look to an organization outside the U.S., called the Bank for International Settlements.

Many Subtle Changes Add Up To Unprecedented Instability

I think it is vital for people to consider time when it comes to economics. Changes we think were abrupt during historic moments of crisis were often not abrupt at all. Almost all financial crisis “events” were preceded by years if not decades of growing but subtle cracks in the foundation. If you were to travel back 10 years ago and explain to the average person (or the average mainstream economist) what is happening today, he would probably scoff indignantly. Yet today these things are accepted as commonplace, or ignored as unimportant. Time and short attentions spans are the bane of free societies.

The skeleton of the “new world order” economy is right in front of us. The triggers for explosive change have already been planted. What concerns me is, when these changes come to fruition and crisis follows, will the masses even notice?

 

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    1. KY Mom

      Yet, flights out of Madagascar continue…

      Deadly airborne plague in Madagascar is now at ‘crisis’ point and the ‘worst outbreak in 50 years’ as cases rocket by almost 40% in just 5 DAYS and could hit a further 20,000 in weeks.

      •The World Health Organization now states there are 1,801 suspected cases

      •This is significantly higher than the 1,309 the agency reported last Thursday

      •Professor Robin May, an infectious diseases expert at Birmingham University, told MailOnline that the outbreak is ‘concerning definitely’

      •Analysis of figures by MailOnline show the epidemic could strike a further 20,000 people in just a matter of weeks, if current trends continue

      •The ‘unprecedented’ outbreak has prompted warnings in 9 nearby countries

      “The deadly airborne plague spreading rapidly across Madagascar is now at ‘crisis’ point as cases have rocketed by 37 per cent in just FIVE DAYS.”

      ht tp://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5043497/Deadly-airborne-plague-cases-rocket-40.html

      • BOHICA

        Does this ID expert call for a Madagascar flight stoppage?
        No?
        Some expert, smh

      • TEST

        Thx, KYM. Major issue for sure. One positive thing is that the death rate “only” seems to be around 10%, even for this 3rd world country. Of course, could be mutations, etc., but still, initially this is slightly heartening…

        Always appreciate your posts!

        • KY Mom

          TEST,

          Thank you! I always appreciate your posts!

          Every few days, I do a search on the plague.

          According to some mainstream headlines, you get a whole different picture.
          CNN – plague may be slowing down
          NYT – the plague appears to be waning

      • durangokidd

        ” …. the institution of the SDR basket system which will act as a bridge for single a global currency supplanting all others and, ultimately, global governance of this system by a mere handful of “elites.”

        Brandon is STILL hooked on the notion of the SDR as a global currency; although now he is hedging his comments and saying it will be a “basket system” acting as a “bridge” to a “global currency supplanting all others”.

        More bullshit from Brandon.

        That’s a BIG change from his long time claim that SDR’s would be THE OWC. The fact is that the SDR basket system already exists and has since its inception. Read the IMF BYLAWS. SDR’S are specifically NOT a currency.

        SDR’S are a hybrid bond designed to protect the Central Banks from Third World Fiat Currencies, while the IMF loots the resources of emerging markets on behalf of the Member Banks that control the IMF.

        I have already explained to this community on several occasions that the “One World Currency” will be a digital currency when Quantum Computers are perfected, in use everywhere, and ubiquitous for everyone. However, that DIGITAL OWC will not have a single, global, value.

        While DIGITAL CURRENCY will be universal, because the system will be universal, there will still be differences in values between fiat currencies for one simple reason: PROFIT.

        FX is a major profit center for the commercial banks; and a growing profit center for them. The Bank for International Settlements which is the governing body of the Global Central Banks, will not institute a “single currency” with a single value everywhere in the world, because it would mitigate wealth accumulation into the Central Bank coffers.

        Brandon has no education, experience in the industry, or special expertise in finance and/or economics to support his erroneous, discredited, beliefs.

        Sadly, Brandon is a hobbyist who fancies himself an “analyst”. 🙁

        • durangokidd

          ” …. ultimately, global governance of this system by a mere handful of “elites.”

          LMFAO !!! 🙂

          Some insight. The global financial system is already controlled by a mere handful of elite. It’s called the Bank for international Settlements (BIS) which is an industry governing body for the World Central Banks.

          Stick to your knitting Brandon. You are obviously not a Global Economic Analyst. I doubt that you have a single post graduate class in global finance; or any experience in the banking industry. Not even as a fucking teller.

          You don’t do you ??? 🙂

        • durangokidd

          “The delusion that the financial world operates on is that the IMF is “controlled” by the U.S. It is not. It is controlled by international bankers, who have no loyalties to any specific country.” Wrong again Brandon.

          READ THE IMF BL-LAWS YOU FUCKING MORON !!! 🙁

          The USA has the controlling interest in IMF Voting Rights. Nothing happens without USA consent. Yes, Central bankers DO have loyalties to their respective countries and do the bidding of the Chief Central Banker in their particular country. In the USA that individual is the FED Chairman, appointed by the President.

          While Global Financial Governance is a cooperative process, generally speaking, the Global Central Bankers follow US direction because the FED has bailed the rest of them out during the 2008/2009 Crash; and because the US MILITARY protects all of these other nations and their Central Banks.

          As the undisputed leader of the “FREE WORLD” since WWII the USA makes the Rules that other nations WILLINGLY play by because America protects them and subsidies their profits.

          That is not going to change anytime soon. 🙂

    2. MWK

      How does block chain work, in an unregulated fashion, that proponents see it as a means of evading a central bank? and How does the central bank, (globalists) see past the system to a means of using it to do exactly the opposite?
      I have read a little about block chain, and it sounds good. but I don’t understand it enough to see how it could be fool proof or tamper proof or fully audit-able.

      • Yohan Smythe III

        It doesn’t work when the power/Internet does not work.

      • Historian

        Like so many things… “It depends.”

        Bitcoin is entirely and perpetually auditable. To gain any privacy from Bitcoin, one must trust a service that “mixes” your Bitcoins. Such services, if used properly, can break the audit trail that leads to you. You send your Bitcoins to their pooled account, then they return them to your private wallet. They break it into different transactions in random amounts at random times, so the audit trail does not return to your public wallet and traffic analysis is hindered by the randomized amounts and time stamps. If your scroll down on the home page, on the right side you will find several good cryptocurrency and internet privacy tutorials on deepdotweb DOT com/

        Bitcoin is in widest use but is inherently insecure. Other cryptocurrencies are designed ab initio for privacy: Monero, DASH, Zcash, for example. Unless you make a “meatspace” mistake, those cryptocurrencies are untraceable.

        All that said, when quantum computing is weaponized against us, all bets are off. If you want to protect your private communications into the future, your best bet is to use quantum-computing-resistant encryption, for example, generate PGP keys from ECC (Elliptical Curve Cryptography) at 512 bits, until even stronger encryption is available.

        • TEST

          Excellent post, Histo! Exactly what this site should be about.

      • rabbitone

        The concept of the blockchain use by bitcoin has been around along time. The technology has just caught up to the concept. In today’s transaction system the ownership of rights is registered by trusted third party. Money is registered by banks, real estate by the land register, specific contracts by notary public etc. If you want to change ownership, you need to contact the trusted third party, follow the right procedures and the trusted third party will transfer ownership.

        In the blockchain world the knowledge of ownership is shared with everybody. Everybody has his ‘personal’ register of who owns what. On a regular basis, all ‘personal’ registers are compared to correct errors and ensure agreement about the ‘truth’. When there is a transaction, both the buyer and the seller broadcast the transaction and everybody other connect site in the system has to update his ‘personal’ register (after checking if the transaction is broadcast according to the agreed procedures). The last step is for all ‘personal’ registers to be mutually compared and verified. If and when disagreement arises about the content, the most common register is accepted as being the ‘truth’ or true transaction.

        The manipulation, errors or failure of a single individual register have no impact. This register will be ignored by the community – the corrupted register has to accept the ‘opinion’ of the majority, or it will be expelled.

        A lot of valuable information is stored in the central databases of the trusted parties in non blockchain databases in today’s transfer systems. The organization who owns the database controls the data and when the database fails, there is no access to the data. As a result, central databases are heavily protected, both physically and digitally and often have multiple disaster recovery sites.

    3. flabbergasted

      Thank you, Brandon. You have God-given insight.

    4. Heartless

      The most important question in this article, ” If the blockchain and Bitcoin are such a dire threat to the centralization of the establishment, why are they rapidly laying all the groundwork necessary for blockchain systems to replace paper currencies?”…. needs to be answered. Why? So that several things are accomplished at once. 1. remove all trace of reality/substance from money. 2. ensure that all financial transactions are traceable. 3. further make certain that all citizens must also be part of the system that is being constructed In summation: have ready to hand the means to completely control each and every person on the planet ala “And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.”

    5. rabbitone

      For me it is like being Ralphie in the Christmas Story. Scut Farcus is a legitimately terrifying presence. Scut Farkus is the government… I keep hearing those same words in my head from our government…

      “ …Listen, jerk! When I tell you to come, you better come!…”

      Then all of a sudden I get hit with a tax snow ball in the eye and when I open my eyes wider I’m on the ground scream’in “…uncle…uncle”

      Then there is the evil Scut’s toadie Hillary Clinton. It’s unclear why anyone would be frightened of Hillary Clinton (Grover Dill). She’s maybe taller than the mayor of Munchkinland, on a good day. She dresses in a way that makes her look like a comic strip character accompanied by a word balloon that perpetually says “Why, I oughtta .?.?.”

      So I hope that soon all the Ralphie’s like me get the courage to do what the Ralphie did in Christmas Story.

    6. TEST

      Goldmun Suchs uber alles!

      At the end of the world, when all is destroyed, all that will be left is cockroaches and banksters. But I repeat myself.

    7. Whirled Peas

      The government issues you a digital wallet when you are born. Every cent you spend and every cent you earn must go thru the wallet. Your every commercial transaction will be tracked by the Deep State. They will be in complete command of you. If you don’t do as they command, your account will be blocked until you comply or you starve to death. It is the ultimate control mechanism.

      You may not be religious. But read “the book of Revelations.” It clearly mentions this. Our future is looking grim.

    8. TEST

      … also, what the globalists are too STUPID and arrogant to understand is the Law of Unintended Consequences. Hey guys (we know your agents are monitoring this site), ever hear of Afghanistan, and what is going on there? How is that one working out? How did your “Best and Brightest” do in Vietnam? Not so well?

      Ever figure out that people are internally wired for freedom, and even when you dish out your Huxleyian “soma,” and have a vast majority of the left on your blue pill, one ounce of truth outweighs a zillion ounces of your leftist, lying fluff?

      Ever figure out the lesson of history, that oppression, while it may flourish for a season, always fails?

      Ever figure out that, if in fact there is a God – which you have foolishly discounted – that you are messing with a reality that far surpasses your little shenanigans, and that, as CS Lewis wrote about in That Hideous Strength, you are actually and literally playing with forces that are using you (not vice-versa), and this will all end up horribly for you, followed by an eternity in a literal Hell?

      Some of the self-called “elite” ought to show a little humility and actually re-evaluate their presuppositions. Yeah, you might get kicked out the club, and might not be able to live like Midas, but you will have the satisfaction – which is what you were created for – of doing what is fair and honest and just.
      Or you can continue doing what you are, attempting to destroy human freedom, justice and basic fairness.

      And no, dear elite, your actions are NOT for the greater good. Why? Because of Lord Acton’s dictum about power corrupting. You, dear elite, are not outside of your own humanity, and thus can and never will rise above that weakness. And the best way to structurally fight that weakness is to have a division of powers, as the US founders rightly saw, not some Platonic philospher-king that you, arrogantly, style yourself. You are no more that than Hitler, Mao, Stalin, Louis XVIth or others were.

    9. Anonymous

      Bitcoin is purchased with dollars.

      • Archivist

        Or you can get them through bitcoin mining, which is how new bitcoins are created.

    10. Anonymous

      Considering presidents are selected, not elected, there’s no way TPTB would have allowed Trump to be our next president if he wasn’t on board with their agendas and the new world order.

    11. TEST

      … and ONE more thing, showing that the self-called “elite” are nothing but that.

      One question for you “arrogances,” and one only. Answer this, and I will be your serf in your Goldman Sachs hell forever. Just answer ONE simple question, OK?

      As Juvenal asked 2,000 years ago, “Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? (from his Satires (Satire VI, lines 347–348). Basically, “who controls the controllers?”

      The Founding Fathers answered this perfectly 250 years ago with a division of powers. You, your arrogances, have NO answer.

      Quod erat demonstrandum.

    12. Anonymous

      What good is an online currency if you don’t buy anything online?

    13. Kevin2

      Understanding all of this is above me but I’m certain that in the end the net result will entail a drop in the standard of living for the majority of Americans.

    14. TheGuy

      When The Economist in 1988 called for a global currency to launch in 2018, they were perhaps not aware of the exact form the destructor would take

      CHOOSE!

      What do you mean, choose? We don’t understand!

      CHOOSE. CHOOSE THE FORM OF THE DESTRUCTOR!

      Oh ho ho ho I get it! I get it… very cute! Whatever we think of… if we think of J. Edgar Hoover, J. Edgar Hoover will return and destroy us. So empty your heads! We only got one shot at this!

    15. rellik

      Do not ever give up physical money.
      Granted the government can screw
      that up like they recently
      did in India to supposed
      catch tax cheats, but all
      electronic is far more
      dangerous.
      Some may go for gold, but
      I don’t want to have carry around a testing
      kit and drill, to test for Gold
      plated Tungsten.
      I have to have some rather expensive
      dental work done at the end of the month,
      I don’t have dental insurance.
      I asked my dentist if he would take silver
      as payment, he said NO! Cash, check,
      or plastic only.

      • Plan twice, prep once

        Rellik,
        No one is currently making good gold coin counterfeits with tungsten cores. A good pair of calipers, an accurate scale, along with a photo of what a real coin looks like is all you need.

        Tungsten cores have been used successfully in counterfeit gold bars, but who among us can afford gold bars.

        Silver coins are more easily counterfeited. The Chinese are quite good at it, and are active counterfeiters. Again a good caliper, an accurate scale, along with a photo of what a real coin looks like will catch 99.9% of the counterfeits. Silver is the best conductor known and by making a slide lined with magnets the “Meisner Effect” can separate pure silver objects from diluted alloy copies. There are YouTube videos on how this works. This trick will catch the rest of the counterfeits.

        • Plan twice, prep once

          If you are worried about counterfeit precious metals, then also diversify into palladium and platinum. Purchase from multiple reliable sources as well. They can’t all end up fake. I also have my weight in lead alloy bars

          If the petro dollar is truly undermined, and you have precious metals, you will be the only guy in town with real money! Better have stored food, while the rest transition to the new currency. I hear they already named the new currency Kaputnicks instead of dollars.

          China by the way has contracted for and has nearly cornered the market on silver, for use in photovoltaics, for themselves. They have also already embargoed the US from buying tungsten from China, used in armor piercing military projectiles. The US now has less than a three year supply at the rate we are burning through tungsten core projectiles on the worlds battlefields. If a significant event breaks out we only have months.

          All new lead for bullets is currently imported from China, care of Obama edicts. Obama put the last US lead smelter out of business via the EPA. In the US we recycle 90+% of lead just to make batteries. Bullets are a luxury item granted America by China. They can cut us off at will like they did tungsten. The US is literally three years from not being a superpower and the dollar is under direct attack by Russia this time because the hegemony of the US government went too far. Putin and China have done the calculus, and the US is in their sights. The game is afoot.

          • Anonymous

            Your last paragraph speaks volumes. We are in the terminal stages of empire collapse.
            You can liken this to the last years of the Soviet Union before its collapse. Look at the only
            sector of our economy that is still strong. The stock market is pumped up by the Fed with
            money created out of thin air. Our entitlement programs are near insolvency. We have a
            public and a private pension crisis. Cities and states going bankrupt. Petro dollar dying a
            slow, agonizing death. Look at our debt to GDP ratio. We are worse off than Greece. Our
            military is being funded in part by the poppy fields in Afghanistan. Our intelligence organizations are straight up rogue. Most of the headlines you see on Drudge are straight
            up bullshit. Consumer confidence, my ass. People are not spending money unless they have to. Stores are still closing. When people go to the grocery store and a pound of ground chuck costs 12 to 15 bucks, thats when they know we are done. Inflation will hit us
            harder than a Tyson left hook. Our military already is overextended and fatigued from all
            the shit going on. Russia invented the chess game. Russia and China have been working
            slowly and methodically against us careful not to draw suspicion. Now what they have been
            collaborating on is coming to fruition. When Americans finally wake up, it will be too late.

            • Plan twice, prep once

              Yup, absolutely!

              The US governments plan is collapsing.

              A solid prepper has food, water, a defense plan and precious metals. Far more than the US gov. has planned for. Perhaps this is why they despise preppers?

    16. J

      Plan twice: There are hundreds of billions of rounds stored in hundreds of millions of American homes. Invasion by any country is impossible, with the exception of the ongoing non-military illegal invasion from Mexico.
      If the military runs out of ammo, then we go nuclear….and our enemies know it.!!!

      • Plan twice, prep once

        Yet, we Americans are denied basic military weapons, like revolutionary soldiers possessed.

        During the revolution average citizens had the same or better weapons than the British or American government had.

        But we are denied military grade ammo and weapons,

        That will likely be America’s downfall!

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