The Economics of Disaster Capitalism, by Chris MacIntosh

If they get what they want, our rulers will create something approaching hell on earth. From Chris MacIntosh at internationalman.com:

f we look at what is taking place, what seems glaringly obvious to me is that there is a coordinated demolition of entire countries, their business sectors, and with this financial ruin a top-down approach to “fixing” the ruin is being enacted.

Step no 1: Ruin small businesses and individuals’ financial situation.

Step no 2: Offer them handouts/loans (UBI for individuals) and loans for corporates. This does two things. For individuals, it enslaves them like an animal that was wild and hunted for its food and survival (self-sufficient) to one which no longer hunts for its food but rather paces in a cage awaiting its daily rations.

Step no 3: Entire nations fall into the same trap. A debt trap. It is no surprise that the IMF, World Bank, and UN are acting as the pointy end of this same strategy. Making loans (unpayable) in return for locking down (Belarus affair highlighted this). Anyone can see that if you take a loan with the promise to destroy your business in order to obtain the loan, then you’ll be indebted forever. And yet that’s what entire countries have done and are doing.

So, what happens now?

Well, what we’re seeing is the large-scale privatization of everything within these respective countries. The countries themselves are impoverishing their citizenry because they’ve locked them down and forced business closures, only to offer them handouts thus enslaving them. Those same governments, now with blown budgets, stuck in debt traps will seek additional handouts (remember, they took loans from the World Bank to “help amidst the corona crisis”), and the only ones that can give it to them are the globalists who have seen the greatest increase in their wealth during the crisis. They are now going for the jugular.

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