Monday, July 13, 2020

R.I.P. Remus

art-remus-ident-04.jpg As I said here two weeks ago:
 July will tell the truth about the economy. I've chosen November as the month of general truth, whether the years following will be of manageable coping, of unexampled disaster, or something in between.
We're closing in on July. Here's what's developing: 
National and world economies are collapsing into a 1930s-like Depression. Well regarded experts disagree on whether we're facing runaway inflation or deflation but certain it will be one or the other. There are food shortages with famines in some parts of the world. In the US there is ongoing racial and political terrorism with scattered homicides. Politically motivated shutdowns of web sites are ongoing. There are rising threats of war in the western Pacific.
November is six months away. Unless something changes for the better, it appears we will be deeply into the dark consequences of this growing catastrophe. This means we'll be heavily reliant on personal preparations being made now.
From Zero Hedge:  Food-Banks Warn They'll Soon Run Out Of Food As Economic Suffering Explodes All Over America

Remus was the creator of the Woodpile Report. A very wise man. Above is posted his very last post. 

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