Globalists Have Engineered a Financial Collapse to Pave the Way for a New Economic World Order
We've all started to feel the pinch of supply chain disruptions and rising energy costs and economic uncertainty and inflation – not to mention stagflation and shrinkflation and deflation – but the past months have really hammered home the extent of the crisis we are facing. It seems every single day brings with it the news of some fresh five-alarm financial fire.
The Dow is sinking. The loonie is falling. Japan is cracking. Global stocks are plunging. Eurozone inflation is spiking. The Fed is hiking. Builders are slashing. Crypto is crashing. Treasuries are tanking.
As I'm sure you've seen, there have been many, many such stories circulating in the financial press in recent months, all touting similarly bleak numbers.
But it’s important to keep in mind that these numbers are just that: numbers. The real question is what these numbers actually mean.
Today, let’s answer that question by drilling down on the narrative behind the numbers and discover what that story tells us about the bars of the financial prison that are locking into place around us.
The confidence trick
As I have long argued, the global financial system (and the monetary order that system is predicated on) is a confidence trick in the most literal sense of that word. This has always been so in the age of fiat currency – witness, for example, the “full faith and credit” verbiage the U.S. Treasury and others use to describe the dollar’s “backing” – but it is especially so in the last couple decades of central bank chicanery.
So, what does it mean to say that the financial system is a confidence trick?