We have all likely seen the reports that food shortages are coming. This seems to be the one thing that the mainstream media and alternative media can agree upon. A lot of reports are pushing Bill Gates’ fake meat, others are showing that these food shortages are being enforced by the government as a means to keep people afraid and under their control.
Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Stephen Hahn said it was “concerning” that a new survey found more than a quarter of adults would “definitely” or “probably” not accept a free coronavirus vaccine. He seems to share Bill Gates' concern that getting people to take the vaccine is the biggest obstacle.
In last week's article, I discussed the issue of American “balkanization” and the rapid migration of conservatives and moderates from large population centers and states that are becoming militant in their progressive ideology. In my home state of Montana, there has been a surge of people trying to escape the chaos and oppression of leftist states.
There are no BOOM AND BUST cycles anymore, at least not in the way you were taught that they NORMALLY BEHAVE. Traditionally, credit contracts, then profits shrink, the stock market falls, and personal income dries up last, as companies are forced to lay off people. The response is, therefore, pretty straightforward in those cases: the banks expand credit, profits grow, the market recovers, and income levels flow once more, as companies hire.
Bill Gates, who has been front and center of the coronavirus vaccine controversy, says that the "final hurdle" he will have to jump is getting people convinced to take the injection. Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates lamented the United States is "not even close" to committing enough crimes against humanity for his liking.
Not all businesses are built alike. Some industries are CAPITAL-INTENSIVE and operate on thin margins, deterring new entrants since it's NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE to compete with the efficient dominators in the field. Other businesses have thick margins but are seasonal, while a small few have both wide margins and consistent clientele since they've built a MOAT (a world-class brand).