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When the Whole World Went Stupid


On the surface it looks like the whole world went stupid in the first quarter of 2020.

The CoronaFraud panic wiped out Trillions in the stock market and untold fortunes from the 40+ million people – in this country alone – who are still out of work.

In my not so humble opinion, how the world reacted to the draconian measures that governments imposed on citizens was beyond stupidity.

The vast majority of the world fell apart like a two-dollar suitcase as if the “Black Plague” was back and going to kill 50% of the population.

Ironically (or NOT) the months of April, May and June have seen remarkable recoveries in the stock market.

Why am I not surprised?

You must remember, Wall Street needs the 99% to be wrong in order for them to stuff their coffers.  At the same time, they’re making their bought-and-paid-for-politicians wealthy in the process.

Meanwhile, the sheeple are taking stupidity to new levels by rioting, looting, destroying innocent people’s property and business thinking this will somehow cure racism.

(I’m still trying to figure out how defacing a statue of legendary blues guitarist, Stevie Ray Vaughn, had anything to do with racism).

You see, stupidity didn’t just happen.

It’s been in the process for over three decades of dumbing down the masses via the Whores-Of-Babble-On Presstitutes.

The question is, when will the world get un-stupid?

When you consider how things are going, it’s not looking very promising.

Especially when you hear the presstitutes scream how massive spikes in new CoronaFraud cases will force another lockdown.

Example:  Florida now has over 100,000 cases.

Sounds terrible, doesn’t it?

Florida also has 21,480,000 people which means that the ratio of Coronavirus infections is 0.0046%.

Yet, these morons are talking about another lockdown?

Nope!  Sorry.

I don’t believe Americans will tolerate another round of self-imprisonment.

Instead you’ll likely see a lot of pushback before the summer’s over.

And don’t be surprised if Wall Street takes the market down to add to the misery.

Instead of watching it all unfold around you, learn how to profit AND thrive in these Turbulent Times.




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