The CCP and the USG; is there a difference anymore?

Global government via the Delphi technique

Manufactured crises and enemies, manufactured consent

The differences between CCP China and the United States have narrowed tremendously over the past couple decades. As the population in the states have been  mirroring the world at large and their IQs have been dropping (even after accounting for the ongoing downward recalibration of the IQ exams that adjust for “inclusivity” and racial bias), the people seem increasingly at ease in seeking social largesse and social justice protections, so they can aspire to enjoy the hypothetical lives of the repressive and wicked colonizers as described by our adversary.

Worst of all, today’s population in the states doesn’t seem to mind that they are being ruled over in an increasingly unilateral manner.

But here’s a sobering reality, hardly anyone lives like the people from 50 years ago. Only the top 10% live that life. Only the top 10% of those living in this country today can live the life I did as a lower income household member from the early seventies when the nation’s population was much more homogeneous and about 80% Caucasian. Back then, the government treaded very lightly when it came to upsetting the population.

The US government of today now imposes its will upon the masses with impunity and there is little to no pushback from the heathen populace. I observe how the CCP exploits its population and see a diminishing difference between their actions and that of the USG. Of course, the reasons for both governments may differ, but the results are the same.

The problem is the people at large today are much more easily manageable and they pose no threat to the established order. The only people who do pose a threat to this established New World Order are those that are maligned in the enemy’s media.

By obsessing over straw man enemies and pre-chosen sides, the population at large today have been rendered completely ineffective at determining the real stumbling blocks to success and self-determination. The true enemy owns the governments and runs the privately controlled central banks. The Real enemy traffics the souls of the many.

But the real enemy will tell you that racism, closed mindedness, and xenophobia are the real enemies. Unfortunately, for those of us in the know, we are continually confronted with the overwhelming majority of the population that believes these lies. I know first hand that it can be quite punishing to have to endure the stupidity of the profane.

PBOC and Fed polices converge as both governments converge

The fiscal and monetary policies of the Democrats and Fed largely mirror those of the CCP and PBOCs. Of course, if you tell these heathen that are increasingly making up the majority of the population in this country that they prefer Marxism similar to that of communist China, they will scoff. But I’m having an increasingly more difficult time discerning the two platforms from one another.

The remnant needs to recognize this. We need to separate ourselves and remain uninjected, aspire to make money on your own terms, stay out of debt that doesn’t support a portfolio of income generating assets, and keep off all social media platforms.

Social media does not help in any way whatsoever. Social media only demoralizes, impoverishes, and confuses the users. The top 10% of the population exploits social media for their gain. Social media is an important tool used by our adversary to accelerate the ultimate objectives of its strategically weaponized Delphi technique against America and the West. Social media is being employed by our enemy to comfortably merge the multicolored population into the end times.

Even worse, social media platforms create false dichotomies where there normally wouldn’t be any. For the few of us who are left and know the realities, we are now forced to overcome these false dichotomies and defend our actions, especially in the face of overwhelming evidence of this necessity.

Our reality is now shaped by nothing but one big Delphi technique, which has been manufactured through one false dichotomy after another. I recommend we separate while we still have time

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3 thoughts on “The CCP and the USG; is there a difference anymore?

  1. If bond yields continue fading, look out for a big spring real estate market.

    Traders See as Much as 250 Basis Points of US Rate Cuts in 2024
    20 mins ago.

    (Bloomberg) — At least one trader in the options market is positioning for as much up 250 basis points of easing by the Federal Reserve next year.

    The wagers, made using so-called SOFR options that reference the secured overnight financing rate, will start to pay off if the Fed cuts its benchmark rate to about 3% by September next year. The premium paid on the wager is around $13 million and Bloomberg options scenario analysis shows it could yield $200 million if SOFR falls as low as 2%.

    While an outlier bet that few see coming to pass, the trade is evidence of the uptick in activity in SOFR derivatives, which closely align to expectations for future central-bank policy. While some earlier trades have since been closed out, traders are now pushing these wagers on a dovish pivot deeper into next year.

    Traders Reload on Big Fed Rate Cut Bets, Target Multiple Easing

    Hedge funds last week boosted net longs in SOFR futures to a fresh record high, according to the latest futures positioning data released by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission on Monday.

    While appetite for the basis trade — in which hedge funds buy or sell futures versus cash instruments — may at least partly reflect some of the positioning, flows in SOFR futures on Monday included a huge 40,000 buyer of the December 2023 contract, a position that stands to benefit as traders price out almost all chance of a hike in December.

    Additional rate hikes are certainly not on traders’ minds right now, and the consensus is for the Fed to cut — just not as much as 250 basis points. Swaps data shows investors are pricing in around 95 basis points of rate cuts from the January meeting into the end of next year.

    ©2023 Bloomberg L.P.

  2. Someone asked me about the middle class lifestyle of 50 years ago. Here’s my example;

    My parents owned a house on Long Island on an acre of land. My dad dropped out of high school at 16 and worked carpentry jobs throughout his life. My mom stayed at home and raised five children. They dutifully paid off their mortgage in 30 years and their mortgage payment was about $200 a month. I didn’t have to go into debt when I went to college and my parents paid cash for most everything. No government benefits; that was demeaning.

    Indeed, it was an austere life and we did without many things, but imagine how much that lifestyle would cost today. As I’ve always said, a family would need wealth between $1.5 million and $2 million in order for the mother to stay home and raise all those children, while having a small enough mortgage on their house in an economically desirable area like Long Island. Moreover, my father didn’t need an expensive college degree nor a high school diploma

    Today, an illegal immigrant can do that work, yet a single man working that job couldn’t afford enough money to rent out a one-bedroom apartment for himself.

    Do you get the picture? I doubt it.

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