Too Big To Bail

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November 21, 2023- by Steven E. Greer

Someone in Miami posted to social media how Miami feels much different this year compared to last year. In 2022, there were all sorts of big events and celebrities. I remember Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos attending events like F1. This year, there is nothing like that. Even rent prices are going down.

This is because the financial world, which has generated all of that hype in Miami, is drying up. Citigroup announced last week that they are laying off 10,000 people. Tens of thousands in Wall Street have been fired this year, that we know of.

The big difference between this collapse of 2023 and that of 2008 is the WEF gang is going out of its way to keep it secret. They are not making big announcements about layoffs. The Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, etc. announcements were not official press releases.

They are really trying to prevent this infection from rupturing through the cyst. It is a festering boil that will lead to systemic sepsis (markets behave like biological organisms in real ways).

Not only will the Fourth Reich “stakeholders” at BlackRock, Vanguard, and all of Wall Street, along with the globalist CEO’s they own, be upset by losing political power, but their own financial wealth is heading towards disaster. There is no way to hedge this.

Nancy Pelosi, et al in the House intentionally passed trillions in spending in order to drive up inflation. Communists take control of the masses by making them poor via inflation. Now, that debt is unsustainable. The US will be forced to default. That is why China is selling US debt.

If Argentina really does away with its central bank, and given the lessons we learned after 2008 with the central banks getting us back into this mess, there is a slight chance we reform the banking system. Taking away the central banks would be like cutting a junkie off from the dope. You really only do that when the junkie dies.

The WEF stakeholders will be close to death in 2024 and all of their “young leaders” have been ousted. No one is going to save them.

We had them on the ropes in 2008, but globalist puppet George W Bush bailed them out. That won’t likely not happen again. It might not even be possible this time.

The problem is “too big to bail”.

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