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Information from Government showed health activities declined more than they previously admitted. All main sectors of the economy shrank significantly in March as the effects of the pandemic hit. (Going perfectly according to the jewish plan, collapse the world's economies, israel will be unaffected and will become the new one world government and rule the entire world )

 

The full effects of lockdown look set to drive us far further into negative territory once they're accounted for. In April the economy plummeted an astonishing 25% (All the jews in the world laughing and rubbing their hands in glee as billons suffer, no more food, people living and dying on the streets )

 

Virtually all areas of the economy were hit, with pubs, education, health and car sales all giving the biggest contributions to this historic fall. (Except the jewish sectors )  Manufacturing and construction also saw significant falls, with manufacture of cars and housebuilding particularly badly affected. Trade with the rest of the world was also badly affected by the pandemic, with large falls in both the import and export of cars, fuels, works of art and clothing.The economy will slump by 11.5% in 2020 - and further by  another 14% if there is a second wave of Covid-19 later this year (Which there will be when israel commands it and all the world's governments bow down and worship )

 

Certain activity will suffer particularly badly, because of the largely service-based economy.  (Guess there are no jews in service based, they are more into banks, starting wars and viruses, killing people ) The services sector with retail, hospitality, real estate and tourism, makes up around three quarters of GDP and has been badly impacted by the lockdown restrictions to contain Covid-19 (All restrictions with no valid scientific basis, except if you listen to bill gates, opera winfrey, and all the rest of them who want to reduce the world's population by 95% )

 

It really is stating the case, when is this is being done because israel is awaiting the immenent arrival of their god, also known as dajjal / anti christ. Devil worshipping totally undisguised and unashamed before the entire world. Jews have no shame.

 

 

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https://needtoknow.news/2020/06/burundian-president-dies-suddenly-after-expelling-who-for-false-pandemic/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=burundian-president-dies-suddenly-after-expelling-who-for-false-pandemic

Burundian President Dies Suddenly after Expelling WHO for False Pandemic

Burundi, Africa: President Pierre Nkurunziza, 55, died following a cardiac arrest despite being known for his good health. Some have speculated that his death is linked to the fact that, less than a month ago, the Burundian government expelled experts from the World Health Organization responsible for ‘advising’ on the false COVID-19 pandemic. Burundi had only one COVID death. Nkurunziza’s unexpected death is reminiscent of the mysterious plane crash that killed Polish President Lech Kaczyński in 2009 shortly after he refused the vaccine from the WHO against the H1N1 flu.

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I have lived through many different recessions.  I do not see how what they have done is not going to be a major depression.  We're not talking about bad sales reports or a bad couple of quarters on Wall Street.  We're talking a total and complete halt to the economy that includes the permanent destruction of at least 50% of small businesses, completely disrupted supply chains in every single economic sector,  shortages in everything from computer chips to wooden coat hangers, and many of these factories will take months to get back online and running at the level they were before.  To make matters worse, their insane social distancing rules that every business is required by political correctness to enforce are making it impossible for the entertainment and sports industries to get back on their feet.  People might be just starting to go back to the beach, but what can they do when they're there and where are they going to spend their money when 50% of everything is shutdown and the other 50% is acting like a major toxic spill just occurred on the premises.  There's actually a reason why so many politicians have been using the term Great Reset, because that's what they're about to do, and they have already telegraphed to us that "life will never be the same" and "this is the new norm".  You don't even have to read tea leaves to see it coming.  

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"Michigan House passes bill to make employee microchips voluntary

The bill will now be introduced into the State Senate, where if it passes Governor Gretchen Whitmer will be able to sign the legislation into Michigan law."

 

https://www.jpost.com/international/michigan-house-passes-bill-to-make-employee-microchips-voluntary-632940

 

"Michigan State Rep. Bronna Kahle sponsored the successful bill, and while the microchips are not widely used throughout the state she believes they will become standard in the coming years."

 

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Dontcha know how easy it will be for them to use those "voluntary" chips to store your personal vaccine passport.

 

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30 minutes ago, motleyhoo said:

Dontcha know how easy it will be for them to use those "voluntary" chips to store your personal vaccine passport.

 

 

Yes, it will be the slippery slope, lubricated with plenty of grease.

 

If it was like a one off pet microchip (read only memory) then it would only be a scanable serial number and details of the owner are held on a central database and vaccines are on a paper pet passport. So you get your microchip and your details, vaccine history and anything else on government data bases is interlinked to ones microchip serial, not to mention with a microchip you won't need a phone or a card to pay for things, how cool and convienient is that.

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3 hours ago, motleyhoo said:

I have lived through many different recessions.  I do not see how what they have done is not going to be a major depression.  We're not talking about bad sales reports or a bad couple of quarters on Wall Street.  We're talking a total and complete halt to the economy that includes the permanent destruction of at least 50% of small businesses, completely disrupted supply chains in every single economic sector,  shortages in everything from computer chips to wooden coat hangers, and many of these factories will take months to get back online and running at the level they were before.  To make matters worse, their insane social distancing rules that every business is required by political correctness to enforce are making it impossible for the entertainment and sports industries to get back on their feet.  People might be just starting to go back to the beach, but what can they do when they're there and where are they going to spend their money when 50% of everything is shutdown and the other 50% is acting like a major toxic spill just occurred on the premises.  There's actually a reason why so many politicians have been using the term Great Reset, because that's what they're about to do, and they have already telegraphed to us that "life will never be the same" and "this is the new norm".  You don't even have to read tea leaves to see it coming.  

 

Agree - This is inevitable and of course as you already know they control the flow of money, the great depression was caused & prolonged ultimately by the lack of liquidity and government was completely complicit as they are now. 

I often wonder when people will realise that all these institutions of officialdom are the terrorists?

 

Our best road forward to avoid complete domination is the adoption of the greenback (US)  the bradbury pound (UK) and similar throughout the world - complete de-centralisation! and a unilateral glass-staegal to protect it from the economic vultures.

 

https://www.ukcolumn.org/article/bradbury-pound-qe-another-name

 

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by Mike Robinson
Wednesday, 22nd October 2014
As people ask more questions of Parliamentarians and others about the Bradbury Pound and the policy it represents, the usual, pathetic, stock answers are thrown back at them. Lets deal with them ...
One of the most common answers that is thrown back is that the Bradbury Pound represents nothing more than Quantitative Easing. The implication is that since the Bank of England has already implemented QE, there is no need to discuss the Bradbury. This is, of course, nonsense.

Ironically, the other answer thrown back by Parliamentarians is that the Bradbury Pound policy would create inflation.

Yet if we look at these arguments, that the Bradbury Pound = Quantitative Easing or that the Bradbury Pound = Inflation, they also argue that QE is ok because it doesn’t cause inflation. It’s not clear how they can have it both ways, but perhaps that comes with being a politician.

Quantitative Easing
QE, or Quantitative Easing, is the process being used by central banks including the Bank of England to bail out their bankrupt financial system. It is considered an “unconventional monetary policy” which can be used to “stimulate” the “economy” when normal monetary policy doesn’t work. In other words, it is an emergency measure.

QE happens when central banks buy up government bonds, using “money” which previously did not exist. In other words, it is a process of pumping money into the financial system for no other particular purpose than some vague notion of “stimulation”. They then sit back and hope that there is an effect. They have no idea what that effect might be.

So far, the Bank of England has mainly bought up government bonds from financial institutions, for example banks, insurance companies and pension funds; mainly those affected by the financial crash, and which, in the case of the banks at least, are bankrupt.

What’s supposed to happen then is that the banks (for example) take that money and lend it into the real economy. The evidence that QE was working would be a larger amount of money in circulation. What actually happened was that banks hoarded that money instead, and for a number of years following the 2007/2008 crash, there was a contraction of money in circulation. But in any case, even if the banks had done what they were supposed to do, and had lent the new Quanitiatively Eased money, what kind of loans would they have created? More speculative mortgages?

If Quantitative Easing had worked, then, it would have resulted in an expansion of the problem which caused the 2007/2008 financial crash.

Is this common sense?

The Bradbury Pound
QE is a bail out. Nothing more, nothing less. Yet if we look at the history, we find that the Bradbury Pound was a bail out as well - but with a difference. It established the principle of Treasury issued national credit. The fact that that national credit was used to bail out banks is irrelevant. The precedent was set.

It is true to say that if the Bradbury Pound were to be reissued as another bailout, then it would be no better than QE. Different, but no better.

That’s not what is being proposed.

The key question is, what should any credit issued as the Bradbury Pound be used for? 

The money created from nothing under the QE policy is just left to float around the financial system, to be used or not at the whim of private banks. The Bradbury, on the other hand, would be used for a quite specific purpose - productive projects to rebuild the basic economic infrastructure of the UK. This would be directed by government, and government held to account for its success or failure.

Economy -v- Finance
The economy is not the financial system. Mainstream media commentators constantly use the terms interchangeably as if they are the same thing, but they are not. 

Economies are real, physical things. Physical raw materials turned into physical products, moved in physical trains or lorries, sold in physical shops. None of that can happen without physical energy supplies, physical water supply, physical roads, railways and bridges.

Our energy, water and transport infrastructure is crumbling. Our health service and education systems are crumbling. Neither our basic infrastructure, nor our workforce, is fit for purpose.

The Bradbury Pound, then, as Treasury issued national credit, would be applied directly to this problem; not left to  be swallowed up by a bankrupt financial system, only to burst free at a later date as rampant hyperinflation.

With a Bradbury directed specifically at rebuilding our crumbling infrastructure, the UK’s real physical economy would get a massive kick. The latest energy technology would see the unit price of energy fall - a key input cost for businesses of all types. Modern, efficient, transport systems would have the same effect. Is this inflationary?

This type of investment can have only one effect - to act as a driver for the rest of the real economy. Real, productive apprenticeships; long term productive jobs. For the first time in a few generations, our young people would see a positive future for themselves which does not involve existing through a mundane job they hate so that they can afford to drink their money away at the weekends. The aim should be to offer people jobs they want to get up for in the mornings.

Exchange Rate
Another pathetic comment from politicians is that an exchange rate would have to be set between the “Bradbury Pound” and Sterling. This is just nonsense. What we are discussing here is Treasury issued credit, which would be issued as Great British Pounds Sterling, just as the original Bradbury Pounds were. 

The Issue Of Backing
Finally, those who mention the words “Bradbury” and “inflation” in the same breath inevitably also mention the problem of money being created from nothing and “backed” by nothing. It should be clear that that is what QE is, and what the Bradbury isn’t.

The Bradbury, as defined above, is not backed by nothing. It’s not backed by gold, of course. It’s backed by something much better than gold. It’s backed by the nation. That’s us - you and me - and the assets we build. 

In other words: our productivity and the real, physical assets that we build. The power stations, the reservoirs, the railways, our sweat equity. This is where true value lies.

 

 

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Australian winter there don't forget... "second wave" already in motion... coming soon to a country (and a postcode) near you!

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7 hours ago, jack121 said:

I wish i lived in america where i could buy guns easily. Bet americans are heavily armed.

I suppose that's what it boils down to, when the state turns into a mafia type gang its every man for themselves, thats why the constitution gives you the right to bear arms, it's because those in power need to be kept in check, Abraham Lincoln -  is the right of the citizens to keep and bear arms. [...] the right of the citizens to bear arms is just one guarantee against arbitrary government and one more safeguard against a tyranny.

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7 hours ago, Stride said:

Please support this keeping cash group we need to avoid a cashless society,

this ties right in with lockdown..https://www.facebook.com/groups/KPCUK

 

I'm tearing my hair out at the moment. Trying to share the link in a thread of

its own but the page is blocking me!

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Every time I think it can’t get sillier....it does.  Who on earth would do yoga away from fresh air, it seems totally counterproductive to me. I don’t wish to be a part of this ridiculous society, but haven’t money or health to go entirely off grid. 

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7 hours ago, Itsa said:

https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/06/swine-flu-strain-human-pandemic-potential-increasingly-found-chinese-pigs

 

New swine flu capable of infecting humans found in china.

 

Third times the charm 🙂

 

Here we go again. They don't know when to stop this malarkey (not the flu)....keep the fear machine going!!!

It's like we keep getting busted.....ok, let's do more of it and see if it works.....:classic_rolleyes:

You know when you keep on shouting that a wolf is around, soon or later people stop taking notice.

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52 minutes ago, chocomel said:

 

Here we go again. They don't know when to stop this malarkey (not the flu)....keep the fear machine going!!!

It's like we keep getting busted.....ok, let's do more of it and see if it works.....:classic_rolleyes:

You know when you keep on shouting that a wolf is around, soon or later people stop taking notice.

Maybe the first swine flu was just a test run, an opinion piece see who calls it out see how many would take a vaccine. Corolla virus is the live exercise, inject a bit of fear all seems more real, see how the alternative media reacts who to de-platform who swallows the retarded theories etc etc and then BOOM bird flu city 🙂

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1 hour ago, HeartSpirit said:

Every time I think it can’t get sillier....it does.  Who on earth would do yoga away from fresh air, it seems totally counterproductive to me. I don’t wish to be a part of this ridiculous society, but haven’t money or health to go entirely off grid. 

 

I feel your pain my friend.

Thing is, I'm 71 now and have had a relatively normal life until all this fucking madness arrived 4 months ago.

I feel so sorry for younger people....especially my grandchildren.

Their future in this now hideous world doesn't bear thinking about (nor mine come to that).

:-(

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