Shortages On Other Things Besides Toilet Paper & Paper Towels (Main Board)

by Hillarys Colon, Saturday, July 25, 2020, 20:43 (18 days ago) @ SureThing

The Covid-19 shutdowns have stopped a lot of manufacturing. Shortages of manufactured products (guns, ammo, weights, bicycles, refrigerators, etc.) does not surprise me.

Yep. And now the riots have encouraged people to arm up.

Exception: Cars (due to building up large inventories before the shutdowns).

The car lots around here have tons of inventory.

"Coin shortages" only happen at big corporate chain stores (Vons, CVS, Target, etc.)

Dont know, I saw it mentioned on the news.

But at local hamburger place (not a chain) – no problem making change for me so far.

Thats good.

Another local restaurant now charges a flat rate of $8.00 for any take-out meal – price includes sales tax.

Knew that was coming.

I think the coin shortage is part of the campaign to stop people from using cash, and always use debit / credit cards instead.

This would not surprise me. Thats so they can track what you spend money on and your location.

But why would the deep state want to stop us from using cash? Three events provide the answer:

1) Several years ago, during the financial collapse of Cypress, the European Central Bank (ECB) did an experimental "bail-in" – i.e., they stole money from the bank accounts of many Cypress citizens. The ECB later decided this experiment was a success.

And what did the Cypriots do about it? I am betting nothing. Try that in the US and lets see what happens.

2) Way back in the late 1980's, after getting about 2000 Bankers prosecuted, convicted and jailed for the Savings and Loan scandal, William Black (the man primarily responsible) wrote a book called "The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One".

Note: Charles Keating, the worst of the lot, got his conviction overturned on a technicality.

I remember this. It was a farce.

3) Jon Corzine was appointed CEO and Chairman of MF Global, a multinational futures broker and bond dealer, in March 2010.
On October 31, 2011, trading was halted on shares of MF Global prior to the market opening, and soon thereafter MF Global announced that it had declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Shortly afterwards, federal regulators began an investigation into hundreds of millions of dollars in missing customer funds.

MF Global's collapse was one of the ten biggest bankruptcies in U.S. history.

Corzine was subpoenaed to appear before a House committee on December 8, 2011, to answer questions regarding 1.2 billion dollars of missing money from MF Global client accounts. He testified before the committee, "I simply do not know where the money is, or why the accounts have not been reconciled to date".

Ultimately all customers were paid in full.

Sure they were.

I met Corzine at a corporate event when he was governor or NJ. He was a mega douche.

Bottom Line:
The deep state wants to steal money directly from your bank account. But they have to make sure all your money is there first.

I have no doubt that you are correct.




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