How Much Did Hollywood Know About the Plandemonium Ahead of Time? by
Matthew Crawfordin Rounding the Earth
It was in 2003, immediately after the first SARS-CoV outbreak that the Chinese Academy of Sciences approved the construction of mainland China’s first BSL4 lab (Cyranoski, 2017). Construction of the lab itself broke ground in 2014, the same year that Shi Zhengli received a large grant to study bat CoVs and the same year that Russia invaded Crimea.
The proposition that Putin acts in concert with globalist leaders contradicts the two currently popular partisan narratives. But it makes sense and is consistent with Putin’s inconsistent behavior. Putin’s entire personality depends on being hard to pin down, and we can see that in his vaccination rhetoric. Is Putin’s role on the world stage to be a sort of phase shifting personality, publicly tied to the World Economic Forum until just recently, able to be molded into whatever narrative needed crafting for whatever purposes? Think it through.
From 2015 onward, we had the Donald Trump Reality TV epic to distract our attention from the process of simply observing disturbing trends like the hiding of gain-of-function research, Xi’s strangely leaked “unrestricted warfare” doctrine that was only answered in the West by Trump’s trade war (which in retrospect is fully consistent with a slow decoupling of the global financial network as part of a planned demolition of the dollar).
It is easiest to imagine that the world’s banking network and associate corporate finance entities would have known, or even orchestrated the Plandemonium, and that itself is evidence that the propagandists and their tools in Hollywood and the media would become aware of the plan at some point. And if the pandemic and economic chaos we’re experiencing is planned or controlled, we should expect that these events were years in the works.
While we may be slightly into conspiracy theory territory, we are grounded in a great deal of facts, and it’s the ever-shifting narratives that don’t make much sense. So, we now examine the artists tasked with narrative scripting.
Why Student Loan Forgiveness is Theft that Fractures Society, and How Bitcoin Fixes That by
Matthew Crawfordin Rounding the Earth
Now, let’s jump into the problematic nature of student loan debt. First, let us observe that student loan debt has been exploding over the past two decades. This is part of how we get so many well-educated and well-employed 20-somethings still living with their parents (not necessarily unwise for everyone, but the circumstances seem out of equilibrium), not getting married or having kids, unable to afford a home. For a subset of these new older dependents, the reality of the American dream is warped. And that’s part of the fuel fanning the culture wars.
This form of debt (student loans) is particularly corrosive for several reasons:
- It increases the impact of demand for educational services, which pushes costs up further.
- It decreases the incentive to educate children about finance prior to their entrance into the college system. Many have little understanding how to match the cost of their debt to the value of their degree to understand whether it’s worth it. Different degrees have very different values.
- Young people get trapped, with no room to sort out their emotional distress. It is hard to imagine this is not contributing to growing rates of anxiety, depression, and suicide among young people.
- Student loan debt is rarely discharged in bankruptcy due to perverse policies that make current circumstances even harder to steer through (and giving the politicians full leverage over such policy as a vote buying scheme).
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