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Supply Chains Will Be Fixed Just in Time for When No One Can Afford the Supplies

We have to have some starting point, so let's start with the last two wars

  1. The Covid War

Most people are coming around to believing that the US government, via gain of function research, started Covid19. 

In 2014, The EcoHealth Alliance (in the USA) received funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study bat coronaviruses in China. Gain-of-function research is a type of research that involves making viruses more transmissible or pathogenic. This all took place at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

The Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) is a research institute located in Wuhan, China. It is one of the world's leading research institutes for studying viruses. The WIV has been involved in research on various viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19.

  1. Current War in Ukraine

John Mearsheimer, a professor of political science at the University of Chicago, has argued that NATO expansion is to blame for the war in Ukraine. He has said that the expansion of NATO into Eastern Europe, and the prospect of Ukraine joining the alliance, has created a security dilemma for Russia.

This is a very unpopular opinion to come out and say that the US is to blame for the last two wars that are wrecking the world economies and killing millions of people, but this aligns with our thesis, which goes as follows.

What is the result of the aforementioned last two wars?

Power Consolidation

The political class comprises corporate, military, and political elites. They are funded by Central Banks, and their overarching agenda is to institute "depopulation schemes" or create chaos so they can pick up assets (stocks and real estate, for example) for pennies on the dollar. 

Moreover, by intentionally wrecking things, this will give an excuse to roll out the FedCoin, which is the digital dollar or Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) per executive order 14067

Executive Order 14067, titled "Ensuring Responsible Development of Digital Assets," was signed by President Joe Biden on March 9, 2022.

Executive order 14067 is written in a way that will lead to abuse by our government in consolidating control of digital assets, including:

  • Increased efficiency: Digital assets can reduce the cost and time of financial transactions. Yes, maybe, but the purpose of the CBDC is to centralize all transactions

  • Increased surveillance. FedCoin is the death blow to cash, so you lose all privacy in transactions. I appeciate the popularity of this program with "law enforcement," such as no more drug transactions with briefcases packed with $100 bills, but I also like buying things privately, like small construction, peer-to-peer furniture purchases, etc., in cash… don't you?

  • Increased taxation. Fedcoin means your account is debited for fines and taxes.

  • Increased inflation. The money supply will be much easier to manipulate, and this "mouse click" money will lead to hyperinflation.

Where are we now with the economy?

- We have record inflation despite phony numbers like the CPI.

- Despite the fake numbers that came out of Washington last week, we see massive layoffs. I thought it was pretty telling that between Thanksgiving and Christmas (peak retail), both FedEx and Amazon announced cutting jobs

AI and layoffs

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly changing how we work, and one of the most significant impacts of AI is the potential for job displacement. AI-powered automation can perform many tasks that are currently done by humans, leading to layoffs in various industries.

Here are some of the ways that AI is creating layoffs:

  • Automating repetitive tasks: AI can automate many repetitive tasks currently done by humans, such as data entry, customer service, and manufacturing. This can lead to layoffs in these industries and other industries that rely on these tasks, such as accounting, finance, and logistics.

  • Making decisions: AI can make decisions that are currently made by humans, such as hiring and firing, pricing products, and approving loans. This can lead to layoffs in management, sales, and customer service roles, as well as in other positions that require human judgment.

  • Creating new products and services: AI is being used to develop new products and services that replace existing ones. For example, AI-powered chatbots are replacing customer service representatives, and AI-powered trading algorithms are replacing human traders. This can lead to layoffs in various industries as new products and services make existing ones obsolete.

  • The impact of AI on jobs is still unfolding, but it is clear that AI is a significant factor in the rise of layoffs.

What are the things unaffordable for most?




-car maintenance


-building materials 




So it appears Supply Chains may be fixed just in time for when no one can afford the supplies.


image-20230613080519-1 What's reaching all-time highs?

-household debt

-credit card debt

-student debt

-mortgage debt

What doesn't the mainstream media cover?

-The commercial real estate pending disaster

-The lies about the recession

-The lies about The Federal Reserve or How Central Bankers really fight inflation…Just Kill off people

-The lies about the transition to net zero in milestones 2030, 2040, 2050

-The fact that the USA has been in 57 undeclared wars since WW2

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