Not so long ago I did a blog on the dangers of Britcoin – the Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) that is probably inevitable now. This week’s hike in interest rates by the Bank of England (BoE) indicates that the UK is heading towards recession/depression just as I’ve been warning, although I think we’re probably in recession already, even if the figures used to define one haven’t all been achieved yet, officially. Bear in mind that the declared figures and the actual figures are more than likely to be 2 completely different things. They way figures are cherry-picked and manipulated in the official calculations means you can probably double the declared figure in order to get the actual one.
The Government and the BoE will try to put a positive spin on everything until they can no longer do so. The narcissism displayed by the BoE in blaming everyone but themselves for inflation when it is defined by the expansion in money supply (ie the amount of counterfeiting/quantitative easing that the BoE has carried out) shows that the ability to keep the positive spin going is nearing its end. The fact that the BoE are being encouraged to push us into recession in order to control inflation should have alarm bells ringing too. It’s just another lie and ruse to put the blame on us.
Continuing to send more and more money to Ukraine to fuel the fires of NATO’s proxy war with Russia by the UK Government is part of the reason why the BoE has been printing more money. To try to blame the public for that extra tenner we’ve spent when the Government have spent £billions that the UK does not have adds insult to injury. The National Debt has topped our GDP for the first time since the early 1960s. We didn’t do that at the supermarket or pub! In fact, our spending contributes to the GDP on the opposite side of the equation. Prices have risen because costs have risen and if wages don’t increase in line, then we the people are effectively being taxed at a higher rate.
The climate hoax of course has increased the issue too by increasing energy costs, and it doesn’t look like that lie is going to be relaxed any time soon either. Net Zero will bankrupt the once-developed world for sure as it is already starting to. In Germany, their rapid forced shift towards “sustainable” energy that cannot sustain energy supply has caused industry to falter. Power stations have had to resort to fuel sources that have increased pollution higher than before the “green” shift started, and at 5 x past costs. When they closed down a nuclear power station that produces no CO2 the charade should have collapsed then, but it seems not … yet.
Not satisfied with energy outages at sky high prices, the German Green Party now want to starve the people. They have recommended that people are restricted to eating 10g of meat per person per month! The demise of the bratwurst is imminent. What affect that would have on the German national food herds and flocks hasn’t been made clear from what I’ve read, but I don’t see how livestock farming would be sustainable in that scenario. As we’ve seen recently, farming madness in the EU is spreading. Negotiations between the Dutch Government and farmers broke down with plans to seize up to 3000 farms in order to meet “nitrogen” quotas still very much on the table. In Ireland, there are plans to reduce the national dairy herd by 200,000 cows based on their carbon output via methane!! Regardless of the fact that the carbon cycle for methane is a 10 year cycle, where do you think all the carbon sequestered into plants, animals, and us came from in the first place?!!! Yup – you got it - the atmosphere! So, CO2 from fossil fuels, CH4 from cows and CO2 breathed out by you and me, and every other person and living organism on the planet was once part of the atmosphere when CO2 levels were 6,000,000 ppm and the huge increase in all manner of life first evolved. Worrying over 400ppm is the biggest joke ever. It would be funny, and believers fair game for complete ridicule if it wasn’t so serious. Forget the fact that we are still technically in an ice age, although at the end of it!! We are being pushed ever more towards totalitarian control on the back of the climate lie, and most worryingly, too few people seem to be bothered.
I guess the big question is whether the financial institutes around the world are ready to announce the collapse of the FIAT system yet? Are they ready to miraculously replace it with CBDC and everything that goes with it in true Blue Peter style “…and here’s one I prepared earlier!”?
Universal Basic Income (UBI) trials in Wales started a little while ago, but now it’s being trialled in England. No longer a conspiracy theory now then....
How long until Social Scoring follows based on infringements to the Online Safety Bill where people dare to express an opinion contra to official narrative whether that comes from the UK Government or the WHO?
It isn’t just the FIAT currency that is being significantly manipulated, but the fact that the price of Silver is being kept artificially low provides us with an opportunity to make provisions for being able to carry on operating outside of the CBDC system, but it’s no good waiting until then. Just as Banks have been gradually preventing people from sending their own money to Cryptocurrency exchanges, so it would be possible for CBDC to prevent people from buying bullion.
As the videos below explain, money isn't what people commonly think, and silver prices could rise sharply in the not too distant future as demand outstrips supply by the proverbial country mile, and is likely to continue to do so. Ultimately, price suppression can only last so long. There is another factor in that some people are warning that not all the silver being "traded" exists - ie it exists on paper only, so make sure that whatever silver you buy from whatever source is actual bullion.
Rather than rewrite what I did in my other blog, I would encourage you to go back and read about bullion. Those who have been following me on FB and reading my blogs will know that a good proportion of what I’ve predicted has come to pass. I’m not a financial advisor and you should always do your own due diligence in financial matters but with a recession/depression on the horizon, inflation uncontrolled and mortgage interest rates on the rise that threaten a housing price crisis the traditional options for storing and holding wealth aren’t looking great. Do your due dilligence and spread your risk accoprdingly.
“Be prepared” is the name of the game now I think, or at least do the best you can to be…