The Big Skedaddle from the US Empire is therefore only in its initial stage. The very visible stage, is yet to come, but very much on the horizon.
An interview to Jeff Thomas, feature writer for Strategic Wealth Preservation, Doug Casey’s International Man and 321gold.com Bloated governments around the world are faced with worsening fiscal conditions. Strapped for cash, they continue to squeeze every drop of wealth that’s within their reach through money printing and higher taxes. Today, we ask Jeff Thomas to…
Recently the IMF predicted that the situation is now worse than reported – “unlike anything the world has seen before.” and named it: “The Great Lockdown.”
In choosing a country in which to live, you are, to a great extent, choosing what your future is likely to be.
Once a brain drain has occurred, that country is likely to slide into the doldrums, perhaps for a generation, and, as history has shown, often for much longer.
The boomer generation reached their teens in the 1960s, and having grown accustomed to receiving whatever they wanted in life, they were young adults and wanted to party. The phrase, “sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll” was coined and it was an apt one.
Bill Gates has stated repeatedly that, “Things won’t go back to normal until we have a vaccine that we’ve gotten out to, basically, the entire world.”
Every four or five years, throughout the former Free World, it’s election time and those who live in what passes for a democracy get to vote – to choose a poster boy who will play the role of leader in the farcical stage show of politics.
In his inaugural address in 1961, new President John Kennedy gave a stirring speech in which he famously stated, “And so, my fellow Americans: Ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country. “
In 1906, Alfred Henry Lewis stated, “There are only nine meals between mankind and anarchy.”
Since then, his observation has been echoed by people as disparate as Robert Heinlein and Leon Trotsky.