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I would be inept if I didn't also warn everyone about this. 


It's not just Silver and Gold that you need to be storing.  As the war expands and the attacks against the dollar increase we will see severe food shortages here. 

Remember every grocery store only has 3 days of food on the shelves. 

And when you consider the supply chain is already suffering problems from the pandemic it only stands to reason that this war will create more issues. 





Russians reportedly panic-buying amid food shortage concerns due to Ukraine invasion

Russia has banned exports of sugar and other agricultural products until August


Russian officials are urging people not to panic-buy food amid shortage concerns brought on by Russian President Vladimir Putin's war in Ukraine, according to reports.



shortages among civilians.

"Russians have absolutely no need to run to the shops and buy up buckwheat, sugar and toilet paper," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Friday when asked about reports of Russians panic-buying, according to The Moscow Times. 

"The fuss around supplies in food stores is extremely emotional," he said.



Unverified videos online show Russian grocery shoppers fighting over bags of sugar amid reports of sugar shortages in the country. 


Inflation has risen at its fastest rate in more than two decades, the Times reported, citing data from the Rosstat statistics agency. Russia has banned exports of sugar and other agricultural products until August.

Other Russian officials echoed Peskov, saying sugar shortages have been brought on by panic-buying consumers rather than a lack of available sugar in Russia.



Russia's Federal Anti-Monopoly Service (FAS) — an anti-monopoly government organization — warned against monopolistic practices in the sugar industry on Thursday, saying it would be inspecting sugar producers in the country to ensure there are no "unjustified" price hikes or shortages, according to Reuters.

"The absence of sugar on shop shelves in several regions is due to a rush in demand, which is being [fueled] by dishonest organisations [sic]." FAS said in a statement reported by Reuters.


Viktor Evtukhov, deputy industry and trade minister, said Russia is having "no problems with sugar," and "producers are producing it in sufficient quantities," according to Reuters. "Given the decision taken to ban exports and allow free imports of this product, we really do not expect any shortages of this good, which is in very high demand from the population today."

Aside from staples like sugar, Russians are also panic-buying medications like insulin and electronics, the Financial Times reported.



Russian President Vladimir Putin promised to raise pensions and salaries on Wednesday, according to the Financial Times.

Meanwhile, countries across the globe may feel the impacts of Russia's invasion of Ukraine as the two nations combined make up 30% of the world's wheat exports. 



Ukraine also supplies much of the world's sunflower oil. Those supplies are likely to become much more limited globally due to the invasion. In addition, price hikes stemming from Western sanctions on Russian oil and gas companies will increase food shipping prices. 

"As the war heats up, dozens of distant countries are set to feel the burn," World Food Program Executive Director David Beasley said in a March 11 statement.



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The fuse is lit. The energy crisis will change this world 🌎 forever. 



Saudi Arabia says it won't take blame for oil shortages after facilities hit by Houthi rebels

Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi rebels hit several Saudi energy targets over the weekend


North Dakota Republican Sen. John Hoeven reacts to Saudi Arabia reportedly considering accepting the Chinese yuan instead of U.S. dollars for oil sales.v

Biden needs to ‘push back’ against Saudi Arabia amid oil price surge: Sen. Hoeven

North Dakota Republican Sen. John Hoeven reacts to Saudi Arabia reportedly considering accepting the Chinese yuan instead of U.S. dollars for oil sales.

Saudi Arabia said Monday that it will not accept blame for any international oil shortages after multiple Saudi facilities were targeted over the weekend by Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi rebels.


The Saudi Press Agency cited an official, unnamed source in the kingdom's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in relaying a statement that the world's largest oil exporter "will not incur any responsibility for any shortage in oil supplies to global markets in light of the attacks."

Saudi minister of foreign affairs Faisal bin Farhan Al-Saud

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia Faisal bin Farhan Al-Saud on February 16, 2022. ((Photo by Stipe Majic/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) / Getty Images)

The statement went on to say, "The Kingdom stresses the importance of the international community realizing the gravity of Iran’s continued behavior of equipping the terrorist Houthi militias with the technology of the ballistic missiles, and advanced UAVs with which they target the Kingdom’s production sites of oil, gas and refined products, resulting in serious consequences for upstream and downstream sectors affecting the Kingdom’s production capability and its ability to fulfill its commitments, undermining without a doubt, the security and sustainability of energy supplies to global markets."


Saudi Arabia Aramco

In this photo provided by the Saudi Press Agency, firefighters try to extinguish a blaze at an Aramco terminal in the southern border town of Jizan, Saudi Arabia, early Sunday, March 20, 2022. ((Saudi Press Agency.


The Saudi-led military coalition said that there were no human causalities from the attacks, but that civilian vehicles and homes also sustained damage.


The declaration from the kingdom comes as the world grapples with oil shortages and sky-high gasoline prices that have been surging for more than a year and reached records in the U.S. in recent weeks. Saudi Arabia and other OPEC nations have faced pressure to ramp up production – particularly after prices surged further following Russia's invasion of Ukraine – but have so far refused.

Saudi Arabia's condemnation of Iran, the world's largest supporter of terrorism, also comes as the Biden administration seeks to revive a nuclear deal with Iran that was cut by President Obama in 2015 and ended by President Trump in 2018.


A meeting at the headquarters of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) with OPEC members and non-OPEC members in Vienna, Austria on December 7, 2018. (Photo by JOE KLAMAR / AFP / Getty Images)



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This is how fragile our economic situation is. 

When .25 basis points can cause such a problem, it ain't good. 



Mortgage refinance demand plunges 14%, as interest rates spike higher

  • The average contract interest rate for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages with conforming loan balances ($647,200 or less) increased to 4.50% from 4.27%.
  • Mortgage applications to purchase a home fell 2% for the week and were 12% lower than the same week one year ago.
  • “The number of high-quality refi candidates was already down more than 75% through last week – these latest jumps will likely cut that population even further,” said Andy Walden, vice president of enterprise research at Black Knight.
Prospective home buyers arrive with a realtor to a house for sale in Dunlap, Illinois.
Prospective home buyers arrive with a realtor to a house for sale in Dunlap, Illinois.
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A sharp increase in mortgage interest rates is taking its toll on loan demand, especially refinances. Total mortgage application volume fell 8.1% last week compared with the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s seasonally adjusted index.

The average contract interest rate for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages with conforming loan balances ($647,200 or less) increased to 4.50% from 4.27%, with points rising to 0.59 from 0.54 (including the origination fee) for loans with a 20% down payment.


“The jump in rates comes as markets moved to price in a much faster pace of rate hikes, as well as expectations of fewer MBS purchases from the Federal Reserve,” said Mike Fratantoni, the MBA’s chief economist. “MBA’s new March forecast expects mortgage rates to continue to trend higher through the course of 2022."

As a result, applications to refinance a home loan, which are highly sensitive to weekly rate moves, fell 14% from the previous week and were 54% lower than the same week one year ago. The refinance share of mortgage activity decreased to 44.8% of total applications from 48.4% the previous week.

“The number of high-quality refi candidates was already down more than 75% through last week – these latest jumps will likely cut that population even further,” said Andy Walden, vice president of enterprise research at Black Knight. “But, while we are now seeing declines in overall lending activity, cash-out lock volumes continue to hold stronger than rate/term refis against rising rates. This will be an important market segment for lenders, particularly given the record $10 trillion in tappable equity available being padded even further by the still red-hot housing market.”

Mortgage applications to purchase a home, which are less sensitive to weekly rate moves, fell 2% for the week and were 12% lower than the same week one year ago. Economists are starting to revise their home sales forecasts lower, due to rising rates. The housing market is already expensive, as a supply-demand imbalance puts upward pressure on prices. Rising rates are weakening affordability even further.

While overall purchase application volume was down slightly, there was a larger drop in FHA and VA loan demand. These loans are popular with lower-income homebuyers.



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This is economic warfare. 

The 10-year Bond is over 3% and will begin to climb exponentially. This will collapse the credit markets. EVERYTHING that is in your life runs on credit. EVERYTHING.!!!!!!!!


Pray that we can survive the catastrophe that is eminent. 




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I'm just a truck driver who's spent 10 plus hours a day for the last 3 years studying economics via podcast ranging from average Americans to world renowned economists like Peter Shiff.


Trying to understand and make sense of the total mess that our economy is currently in. 


From the concept of CBDCs to the extreme suppression of Silver and Gold to the obviously intentional destruction of not only the "just in time" supply chain but our world wide food chain. 


What we see is meant to look like chaos when in reality it's clear to me now that this is the most diabolical fiscal construct ever devised by man. And we're now entering the end game. One that will, sadly 😥 kill millions and totally enslave the rest of Humanity. 


Over the next few post I will show what I believe is coming and why it must happen. 


But make no mistake about it, the only hope of surviving the next 2 years is through Faith in God and owning Silver and Gold. 


OH, and Silver WILL rise to @ $1250 an ounce with Gold @ $10,000. This is documented by our own government. You just have to know where to look. 

Furthermore, this will happen via a revaluation "OVERNIGHT".

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This article shows that the, "SMART MONEY" is moving into cash. They are making a huge mistake thinking that our economic system will continue on as it has for hundreds of years. 


But when you consider the National Debt claimed to be @ $30 trillion and the world Debt @ $ 200 trillion how in God's name will anyone pay it off. 


BELIEVE ME, they have a solution. 



Volatile markets sending investors running for refuge

The Federal Reserve meets this coming week and another big hike in interest rates is likely as the central bank battles inflation

Its been a rough year for investors who have had to deal with wild market swings, skyrocketing inflation and a rising interest rate atmosphere.

All three major U.S. stock indexes slid to levels not touched since mid-July, with the S&P 500 closing below 3,900, a closely watched support level.

The S&P 500 fell 4.8% in the past week and is down 18.7% this year. 

The rally cry has become "Cash is King" as some investors seek refuge in cash, as they capitalize on higher interest rates and await chances to buy stocks and bonds at cheaper prices.

The Federal Reserve has shaken the markets as it implements huge rate hikes in an effort to moderate the steepest inflation in 40 years. 


The higher rates are leading to better rates for money market funds.

That has made cash a better way to hide out from the volatility, although it may not buy as much due to inflation.


Investors look to cash for protection

Investors have been looking to cash during volatile markets. (iStock / iStock)

Fund managers increased their average cash balances to 6.1% in September, the highest level in more than two decades, according to a survey from BofA Global Research.



Assets in money market funds came in at $4.44 trillion as of last month, not far from their peak of $4.67 trillion in May 2020, according to Refinitiv Lipper.

The Fed meets again this coming week and another big interest rate hike is on the table, following this week's consumer price index report that came in hotter than expected.

Federal Reserve building in Washington, D.C.

The Federal Reserve building in Washington. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File / Associated Press)

Taxable money market funds had returned 0.4% so far this year as of the end of August, according to the Crane 100 Money Fund index.

The average yield in the Crane index is 2.08%, up from 0.02% at the start of the year and the highest level since July 2019.


There can however be drawbacks to sitting on cash, like possibly missing a sudden reversal that takes prices for stocks and bonds higher. 


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It should be noted that measuring the CPI rate of inflation by the non-manipulated standards of the 80s would give you a  REAL interest rate around 18 to 20 percent.


And while the Federal Reserve has been increasing the Fed funds rate faster than ever before in history and doing so while in a recession ( something NEVER done before) it's just not enough to truly battle current inflation. 


Even at 4.25 percent there is simply not enough force to stop inflation. 


I believe that the Fed knows this and that they don't want to reduce inflation. They only want the market movers to think they are serious. 


Remember, in the world of economics and financial investments, it's all about manipulating your emotions. 



Goldman Sachs cuts 2023 outlook for US growth

Goldman sees another huge interest rate hike coming this week, projecting the Fed will raise by another 75 basis points

Goldman Sachs sees the Federal Reserve acting aggressively to tighten monetary policy through the rest of the year.



That has Goldman cutting its U.S. Gross Domestic Product for 2023 and sees the unemployment rate rising higher than previously expected.

In a note released late Friday, Goldman now sees GDP growth of 1.1% next year, down from its prior call for 1.5% growth from the fourth quarter of 2022 to the end of 2023.

The Federal Reserve has shaken the markets as it implements huge rate hikes in an effort to moderate the steepest inflation in 40 years


The Fed meets again this week and another big interest rate hike is on the table, after the consumer price index report came in hotter than expected.

Goldman now expects a 75 basis point hike, up from 50 basis points previously and sees 50 bp hikes in November and December, with the fed funds rate peaking at 4-4.25% by the end of the year.

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Investor sentiment 'unquestionably' at worst level since 2008 financial crisis: BofA

Bank of America says investors increasingly bearish on US stock market outlook




Investors are turning increasingly bearish on the state of the U.S. stock market as persistently high inflation and an aggressive Federal Reserve darken the economic outlook, according to Bank of America strategists.



In an analyst note, the Bank of America strategists — led by Michael Hartnett — said that investors are flocking to cash as they shun other assets. 


Santa's note; The Fed is intentinally leading investors into cash. And those dumb enough to follow them will suffer the worst losses.


For the week through Sept. 21, cash saw inflows of $30.3 billion, compared to a loss of $7.8 billion for global equity funds and outflows of $6.9 billion for bond funds. Gold saw a decline of $400 million.

The disparity is the result of lackluster investor sentiment, which is "unquestionably" the worst it's been since the 2008 global financial crisis.

Losses in government bonds are at the highest level since the 1920s. 


Santa's note; the bond market is considered to be the financial foundation of our economy, if not the world.


Bank of America


This comes amid growing fears about the threat of an impending recession


Santa's note; how easy it is to manipulate the world. We are now, by definition, in a recession. But just one statement from our Alzheimer's President and everyone believes otherwise. 


after the Federal Reserve signaled this week that it's committed to crushing runaway inflation, even if it means risking a downturn. 

Policymakers approved their fifth consecutive interest rate hike and laid out an aggressive path for future increases that will put the federal funds rate range well into restrictive territory. 

"The chances of a soft landing are likely to diminish to the extent that policy needs to be more restrictive, or restrictive for longer," Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told reporters in Washington. "Nonetheless, we’re committed to getting inflation back down to 2%. We think a failure to restore price stability would mean far greater pain."


Hartnett sees the S&P falling to somewhere between 3,300 and 3,500 points, up to 10% below current levels. 

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell

Jerome Powell, chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve, arrives to speak during a news conference following a Federal Open Market Committee meeting in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday. 


Goldman Sachs analysts also slashed their year-end outlook by 16%, predicting the S&P will close the year around 3,600 points. The benchmark index — which has gotten clobbered in a widespread trade-off since the Fed meeting — is currently trading around 3,681 points. 


"Most portfolio managers believe that in order to corral inflation the Fed will have to hike rates sufficiently high that it will result in a U.S. recession at some point during 2023," the Goldman Sachs analysts said.

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According to the article above the Fed and the entire Banking  criminal cabal are warning of an imminent financial downturn. When in reality the situation is far far worse and they know it. So why the ruse? Why aren't they preparing everyone for the worst? 


Because they don't want, " INVESTORS ", to do what the major Banksters have been doing for decades and are now doing at the fastest pace in history. 


Buying Gold and Silver. 


Their plan to reset everything will only work if the Banksters are the ones holding all the Gold. So who are those so called "INVESTORS" they speak of?


Well let me just say this, If you hold a 401k or any other financial retirement asset by the end of 2023 you WON'T be able to retire. Those are run by hedge fund managers and they are the most ignorant and easily manipulated people on earth. 


What we are experiencing is a currency regime change. When dealing with a fiat currency, historically that fiat currency will only last for about 50 yrs. In 1971 President Nixon removed the dollar from the Gold standard and created the current fiat dollar that we all use today. It's well past time for the demise of his creation. 


This is why we are watching the hedge fund managers like Citidell violate the rules and in some sittuations even break the law. They think that their too big to fail, when in reality they have been set up for much more than just failure. They will become the fall guys when this event is over. 


So what do you think will be the so called catalyst that will expedite the final demise of the dollar thus leading the world into the CBDCs new financial currency? What would it take to collaps the entire stock markets as done in 1929? 


They will call it a, "Black Swan", event when in reality it has been planned for yrs. 


How about the detonation of one of the most devastating weapons known to man. 

And what has been the cry of the UN and world leaders this last week?


Face if folks every single financial disaster in history has happened in the month of October. This one will be no different.  

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In support of my thesis, check out this article from Master Yota. If this can happen to Zuckerberg what do you think will happen to the rest of us? 



Dead is deteriorating .. and Mark Zuckerberg will declare bankruptcy

Dead is deteriorating .. and Mark Zuckerberg will declare bankruptcy


Mark Zuckerberg has already lost more than half of his fortune this year, losing $71 billion since the beginning of this year alone, due to declining user numbers on the Meta platform.

The Facebook founder is now ranked 20th on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index and 22nd on the Forbes Index, with a net worth of $55.3 billion, according to the site.
While the value of Zuckerberg's wealth reached its peak in September of last year (2021), when it reached 142 billion dollars, according to the site.

Much of the loss can be attributed  to “meta”, according to Bloomberg, after his company’s shares reached $382 in September 2021, Zuckerberg changed the company’s name from “Facebook” to “meta”, and it has fallen dramatically since then.

Its latest earnings reports were grim as they began in February, when the company revealed a lack of growth in its monthly users that led to a historic crash in its share price and reduced Zuckerberg's fortune by $31 billion, among the largest one-day wealth declines ever.

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I believe you are correct about the Internet.  Like you said though, "it's all scripted".  What the NWO Elitists really want is to bring in 5G Everywhere.  They have the means it's just a matter of doing it.  There is a lot of pushback.  Look up StarLink.  They are ready to go.  Once they install 5G and Digital Money there will be no escaping their grasp.  Everything will be under their control.  

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Look up StarLink

Actually,  the morning that Elon Musk launched his demonic web around the world I had just arrived at work.  It was around 5 am and still dark outside. I didn't know at the time what I was seeing and called over another driver to ask what he thought. 


We both stood there for 30 minutes as one by one you could see the satellites passing overhead. One new one appearing about every 10 seconds.  It was sobering to say the least. 


Later that day I found out what we were seeing on the internet and immediately knew what it truly meant. Sadly so few people understand. But that is how you control the masses, keep them distracted with that little demonic toy in everyone's hands.


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Nothing can stop what is coming. BE PREPARED 



STOCK MARKET NEWS: 2Q GDP contracts cementing recession, stocks sink, Hurricane Ian damages rise

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