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'The Most Deranged Story in History' Has Its Own Long History, Equally Deranged
Let's provide some context for that 'High Watermark of Political Lunacy' since no one in mainstream media but Tucker Carlson has the testicular fortitude to even mention it.
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Check out this puff piece. Predictive programming much?
Cox, E. (2021). 10 Places Where 'Zombie' Properties Present a Plague—of Homebuying Opportunities! Realtor. [online] Available here: https://www.realtor.com/news/trends/zombie-properties-present-plague-of-homebuying-opportunities/
There are plenty of homes available on the market and there is a foreclosure crisis looming. People are spending so much on homes they aren't able to feed themselves. No one talks about bad choices being a major source of people's inability to pay their bills.
Why is this left unaddressed?
Why are people not taught fiscal responsibility through educational campaigns?
This is crafted this way. The bank wants to own the property.
Upon foreclosure, the bank gets the money the homeowner paid into it, plus the property. The bank would rather gamble on someone who can't pay: Then they own it.
Banks do not want to educate the masses about finance. Banks want to make money, to the point of draining entire economies of funds in order to own entire countries.
Case in point, when this predatory construct is bolstered by governmental enforcement of corporate policy and brought to its most illogical conclusion:
Davis, M. (2021). Thousands of Australians with unpaid fines for breaking Covid rules have their homes seized, bank accounts raided and licenses cancelled as government chases $5.2million. Daily Mail. [online] Available here: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10136275/Unpaid-Covid-fines-taken-bank-accounts-seized-homes-Queensland.html
This is more along the lines of what I actually see occurring in places where people don't fight back.
The goal is not to aid the wage slave in the acquisition of generational wealth.
The goal is to gamble that they won't be able to pay it off and to take it when they can't, thereby draining all of the funds out of that family/individual so they are stuck in a wage slave generational fuckloop without realizing it.
Further down the slippery slope of this, we get, "You'll own nothing and you'll be happy."
Don't let anyone fool you.
Banks, who finance literally just about everything, do not want a financial education movement.
That would keep the sucker from signing on the dotted line, and the gamble the bank takes as the house in the casino analogy is that over the course of the next thirty years, the sucker will end up too sick to work. It’s a safe bet because the sucker has been loaded up with toxin after toxin after toxin over the years - and the bank will end up taking the rest of whatever Big Pharma doesn't get to first.
It's a scam.
Kicking the can to live your best life in retirement pretty much ensures you don't get to live. You just jockey a cube until it's time to get sick and get everything taken from you. (Interesting that it's a cube, no? We’ll talk more about that later.)
Only a very small percentage of the population are able to think their way around this by forming and adhering to various plans that actually work over time to get them over the mostly inevitable illness hump with enough left over to pass on to the family.
And if you can, it's possible to go from nothing to everything if you're intuitive and have a good mind for patterns and strategy.
But why teach anyone that when it's in your best interests not to?
Generally speaking, it’s a gamble the house always wins.
I know those of you with huge hearts want to think this couldn’t possibly be nefariously designed, but when people only see the good in others and ignore seeing the bad while it’s dancing a jig on their nose, it rather hard to protect them from people who leverage their hearts to walk all over them.
Again, case in point:
Tucker Carlson - This Is The Most Deranged Story in History
Emotional decision making is insidious. It often leads to chaos, as in this case the government paying reparations to criminals for having committed crime.
This happens with so many people who are exposed to this feel good pandering stuff. They really want to believe it.
And the micro is indicative of the macro. Even brief exposure to cultic virtue signaling rhetoric produces these kinds of thoughts which serve to excuse away this obviously ludicrous behavior.
I do have to say that this story doesn't surprise me though. (I'm angered by it but to find it surprising would be to deny that we’re looking at a distinct behavioral pattern played out over an exceedingly long period of time.)
The goal is to drain the coffers so that our country has no resources left with which to retaliate against its enemies.
And paying off criminals is a bribe to do what they're told and commit sanctioned crimes.
They're likely being paid off to start a new wave of riots, just like last time. This strategy did not work the first time. Or the second time. Or the third. It’s half past getting old and tired, guys. This is fucking pathetic.
Remember the money laundering scheme where organizations were set up to bail out rioters but the rioters got to keep the bail money upon release? You can bet there's some sort of infrastructure in place again to divert that money into additional staged civil unrest.
If you don’t remember it, that’s a problem. Realize that your memory and attention spans are being shortened because you are being strategically inundated with a firehose of information on full blast 24/7 in order to cut your comprehension and pattern recognition by annihilating your bandwidth. It’s information overload as mental and energetic assault. Take your power back by disconnecting often. You’re not going to miss anything. I promise.
But I digress.
I would say something like, “Stop trying to start a conflict no one wants,” but clearly someone wants it because they keep trying to artificially instigate it.
However, I’m 100000000000% sure it’s not the citizenry who want this, regardless of “political affiliation,” which I strongly regard as divide and conquer bullshit anyway.
Thank Source for the small favor that no one in this country is quite stupid enough to fall for this carrot dangling antagonism shit and get into an actual conflict via any of these idiotic psyops that might as well have been constructed by kindergarteners chasing butterflies.
Thank Source the government strategy teams behind this are boring and have no street smarts or we’d be perpetually living in a world of hostilities manufactured by the very people who claim to protect us and have our best interests at heart, not just once in a while when they happen to determine which part is ass and which part is elbow. Grow a conscience, please, and knock it off. You’re not good at it anyway. Everyone knows what you’re doing. Just stop.
And unless you’re padding pockets with kickbacks like the people whose interests they’re actually protecting, I sincerely doubt that your best interests even cross their minds on a semi-yearly basis unless it’s to find a way to dupe you into thinking that’s true. For the 5000th time. And every single time, you believe it, like a domestic violence victim who isn’t ready to leave the abuser yet. (If you are one, my sympathies. But if the thought popped into my head, it’s likely someone needed to hear that, so the mention stays. Take this as a sign that you were meant to see this. Staying is playing with fire. GO. NOW.)
And to anyone who claims to be altruistic using this garbage to fly a flag up your ego: You ought to be ashamed of yourselves for backing this nonsense. This isn’t altruism. This is you being led smiling off a cliff by someone who was vicious enough to leverage your heart against you.
I feel bad for you, honestly.
When you come to your senses, that’s going to hurt to know that your lack of discernment has been a heavy contributing factor to society’s downfall. (Not that it’s all that great. A peaceful sovereign meritocracy with blockchain voting would be so much better. “This could be us, but you playin,’” as the kids would say.)
Think what I’m saying is dramatic? Tell me that next summer when you can’t get through the roads because all of the vaxxidents are piled sky high with no one left to clear them. Tell me that when you’re waiting for the mobile crematoria to arrive in your town because you didn’t think ahead.
Special thanks to Amelia Zarden, Kurt Jensen, and Real Talk.