There comes a day when citizens are no longer a necessity, no longer a viable part of the corporate structure that was mistakenly built around us, yes that big corporate that funded each election, that corporate that brought us common core, that corporate that dictates whether or not to allow 3rd world illegals because it may help with sales moving forward, just imagine the freak lobbyists in Washington talking about immigration. You see, to them, we are only as good as the things we buy from them and our relationship ends there. Have you ever wondered why they allow toxic foods to get across into our plates, or into our dog foods?
It just didn’t work out exactly as planned right now, yes the massive influx of immigration overstays over the years has resulted in some big box buying and certain cities have increased big box sales but it has not resulted in the sales increases they expected. Therefore the grand plan is a failure and we the citizenry are worthless, not exactly worthless because we still consume oil, we still consume the necessities needed for families to live, but very few of us go beyond that and buy the shit they try to peddle us. Not many of us are into buying $120.00 Polo shirts that have a deep laden smell like the FOB container from Beijing. They can’t lose that, the need that the citizens buy more then just necessities in order to function otherwise Big Box too fails and we go into deflation.
So if we go into deflation, it wouldn’t be the first time
This is true, however this time is very different as stated in a deflation article posted here. This time ironically we have tremendous chaos on every corner of the world. In fact the wars all around are so coincidental, it is almost as if it is just a coincidence that an economic collapse will work exactly at the same time as massive war will break out, just seems very unreasonable to be real.
Could we be witnessing the beginning of a huge loss of life? If we only buy meat which they are trying to end as we speak, and we only buy Oil which they are ending as we speak the best they can, what good are we? We are no longer considered good consumers, many don’t even buy healthcare, many have pulled out of banks but still use ATM machines. Will this be a similar repeat of the 1940’s?
A perfect storm for worthless citizens
Even though we no longer consume what they want us to consume, we are leaches, we drain precious resources, we enhance the manufactured global warming BS, we screw up the plans of future earth, we really have no value left. If we do have value it is not really for them, unless of coarse the economy makes an impossible turn around. The way its being ran, it can not and will never happen. The only thing that can happen is the increase in taxes for the wealthy moving forward. Which still leaves a huge amount of citizens that do not contribute to the economy the way they need.
Will it become a game of only the strong survive? They surely won’t have enough monetary resources to provide food stamps after a collapse, so what will happen. Will it be the same as the great depression in the 1920’s, the following is the events and timeline for the great depression and WW2:
- This and the next year are the worst years of the Great Depression. For 1932, GNP falls a record 13.4 percent; unemployment rises to 23.6 percent.
- Industrial stocks have lost 80 percent of their value since 1930.
- 10,000 banks have failed since 1929, or 40 percent of the 1929 total.
- GNP has also fallen 31 percent since 1929.
- Over 13 million Americans have lost their jobs since 1929.
- International trade has fallen by two-thirds since 1929.
Congress passes the Federal Home Loan Bank Act and the Glass-Steagall Act of 1932.
- Top tax rate is raised from 25 to 63 percent.
- Popular opinion considers Hoover’s measures too little too late. Franklin Roosevelt easily defeats Hoover in the fall election. Democrats win control of Congress.
- Roosevelt inaugurated; begins ‘First 100 Days’; of intensive legislative activity.
- A third banking panic occurs in March. Roosevelt declares a Bank Holiday; closes financial institutions to stop a run on banks.
- Alarmed by Roosevelt’s plan to redistribute wealth from the rich to the poor, a group of millionaire businessmen, led by the Du Pont and J.P. Morgan empires, plans to overthrow Roosevelt with a military coup and install a fascist government modelled after Mussolini’s regime in Italy. The businessmen try to recruit General Smedley Butler, promising him an army of 500,000, unlimited financial backing and generous media spin control. The plot is foiled when Butler reports it to Congress.
- Congress authorizes creation of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration, the Civilian Conservation Corps, the Farm Credit Administration, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, the National Recovery Administration, the Public Works Administration and the Tennessee Valley Authority.
- Congress passes the Emergency Banking Bill, the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933, the Farm Credit Act, the National Industrial Recovery Act and the Truth-in-Securities Act.
- Roosevelt does much to redistribute wealth from the rich to the poor, but is concerned with a balanced budget. He later rejects Keynes’ advice to begin heavy deficit spending.
- The free fall of the GNP is significantly slowed; it dips only 2.1 percent this year. Unemployment rises slightly, to 24.9 percent.
- Congress authorizes creation of the Federal Communications Commission, the National Mediation Board and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
- The economy turns around: GNP rises 7.7 percent, and unemployment falls to 21.7 percent. A long road to recovery begins.
- Sweden becomes the first nation to recover fully from the Great Depression. It has followed a policy of Keynesian deficit spending.
- The Supreme Court declares the National Recovery Administration to be unconstitutional.
- Congress authorizes creation of the Works Progress Administration, the National Labor Relations Board and the Rural Electrification Administration.
- Congress passes the Banking Act of 1935, the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act, the National Labor Relations Act, and the Social Security Act.
- Economic recovery continues: the GNP grows another 8.1 percent, and unemployment falls to 20.1 percent.
- Top tax rate raised to 79 percent.
- Economic recovery continues: GNP grows a record 14.1 percent; unemployment falls to 16.9 percent.
- The Supreme Court declares the National Labor Relations Board to be unconstitutional.
- Roosevelt seeks to enlarge and therefore liberalize the Supreme Court. This attempt not only fails, but outrages the public.
- Economists attribute economic growth so far to heavy government spending that is somewhat deficit. Roosevelt, however, fears an unbalanced budget and cuts spending for 1937. That summer, the nation plunges into another recession. Despite this, the yearly GNP rises 5.0 percent, and unemployment falls to 14.3 percent.
- No major New Deal legislation is passed after this date, due to Roosevelt’s weakened political power.
- The year-long recession makes itself felt: the GNP falls 4.5 percent, and unemployment rises to 19.0 percent.
- The United States will begin emerging from the Depression as it borrows and spends $1 billion to build its armed forces. From 1939 to 1941, when the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor, U.S. manufacturing will have shot up a phenomenal 50 percent!
- The Depression is ending worldwide as nations prepare for the coming hostilities.
Roosevelt began relatively modest deficit spending that arrested the slide of the economy and resulted in some astonishing growth numbers. (Roosevelt’s average growth of 5.2 percent during the Great Depression is even higher than Reagan’s 3.7 percent growth during his so-called ‘Seven Fat Years!’) When 1936 saw a phenomenal record of 14 percent growth, Roosevelt eased back on the deficit spending, worried about balancing the budget. But this only caused the economy to slip back into a recession in 1938.
- World War II starts with Hitler’s invasion of Poland.
- Although the war is the largest tragedy in human history, the United States emerges as the world’s only economic superpower. Deficit spending has resulted in a national debt 123 percent the size of the GDP. By contrast, in 1994, the $4.7 trillion national debt will be only 70 percent of the GDP!
- The top tax rate is 91 percent. It will stay at least 88 percent until 1963, when it is lowered to 70 percent. During this time, America will experience the greatest economic boom it had ever known until that time.
I would say it might look like a very similar repeat to that of the 20’s through 40’s, however today we have far different agenda’s we have people speaking how important depopulation is, we have depleting resources and freaks that want to create an agenda 21 style world whatever they changed the name too. All of these things are far different from the agenda of 1930’s and 40’s.