Mar 16Liked by Mark Changizi

spot on - add this to the LONG list of damage the lockdowns have down... worst policy ever. Who knew? oh wait

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Absolutely and I really think it was no accident either. If I, a lowly little supermarket assistant, knew instinctively that lockdown would financially cripple nations then, in my opinion, those 'in power' who are paid to know and understand such things certainly both knew and understood.

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In addition to this the FDA has granted emergency authorization to the updated Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine as a booster for children as young as 6 months old, even though Pfizer has produced no clinical efficacy data for any age group.

They are never going to give up on the scam until we start sending them to prison

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The banks need to be punished in particular the heads who are responsible. In the UK recent changes in banking law now do hold execs liable and they can go to prison. We need that in the US

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Pretty simple. As per usual, the Fed, regulators, & policymakers as always are behind the curve, months behind in their reaction, but also terminally fighting the last battle

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Have you read what Fabio Vighi has been writing for the past years? I think his point is explanatory as virus-crisis was manufactured to hide the already broken system instead of thinking the current banks crisis was originated from virus responses. So, quoting Fabio: "the pseudo-pandemic of 2020 was only the icebreaker. Let us not delude ourselves: a world that is set on defending so fanatically its own implosion has many more shockers in store for us."

This, from August 2021: "A year and a half after the arrival of Virus, some may have started wondering why the usually unscrupulous ruling elites decided to freeze the global profit-making machine in the face of a pathogen that targets almost exclusively the unproductive (over 80s). Why all the humanitarian zeal? Cui bono? Only those who are unfamiliar with the wondrous adventures of GloboCap can delude themselves into thinking that the system chose to shut down out of compassion. Let us be clear from the start: the big predators of oil, arms, and vaccines could not care less about humanity."


And in his latest from February 2023:

"In 2019, the bubble economy was, again, on the verge of a nervous breakdown due to toxic derivatives behaving hysterically and interest rates rising steeply in the repo market. COVID-19 was the answer to this cataclysmic risk: a cynical response to a looming financial Armageddon. A recent data dump by the New York Federal Reserve revealed that a total of $48 trillion in term-adjusted cheap loans were given to distressed mega-banks during 2019-2020", and

"We are now approaching what for bubble-capitalism is an existential moment of truth. The fuse to the next bomb deflagration is the debt market, and it has already been lit. ", and

"It is crucial, then, to realise that we are facing total socioeconomic breakdown. Those who drive the financial gravy train will continue to promote conflicts and divisions of all kind to hide systemic collapse. Every conflict, geopolitical or otherwise, begins and ends within “crisis capitalism”."


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