Dystopia Rising – Day 83 – Redlining

Daily blog: It’s March 30th, 2021, and I don’t know about you, but I’m not okay with these teachers who agree to teach migrant kids in person before they teach American kids in the classroom. Something tells me there’s some money involved.

I’m not okay with our tax dollars being sent worldwide to help people in other countries, either. Especially when we can’t even help ourselves. Not to mention that we don’t have any money to give in the first place, and magic cash does not count.

Our debt is redlining, and the Dempubs print-on-demand mentality will cause our economic engine to blow.

To tell you the truth, I’m not okay with anything this administration is doing.

“The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves and wiser people so full of doubts.” 

― Bertrand Russell



Day Zero – Your Family or Theirs

Daily blog: It’s January, 5th and the tragedy of Covid is what it’s covering up, and no, it’s not your face.

It’s the world’s debt.

And who stands to lose if these debts default?

The Bankers.

And how can they avoid hardships for their families?

By gaining control of your’s through a One World Government.

Is debt the real story behind Covid-19?

Make up your own mind.

But remember this quote from Christopher Brookmyre’s book When The Devil Drives.

“Three people get stranded on a remote Island: a Banker, a Daily Mail reader & an Asylum seeker.
All they have to eat is a box of ten Mars bars.
The Banker says, “Because of my expertise in asset management, I’ll look after our resources.”
The other two agree.
So the Banker opens the box, gobbles down nine of the Mars bars, and hands the last one to the Daily Mail reader and says, “I’d keep an eye on that Asylum seeker, he’s after your Mars Bar.”





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