Monday, January 20, 2020

The stark reality Albertans face

One of the biggest pet peeves I have in Canadians is our comfort in "politics". We love to pride ourselves on our civility, our rule of law and process, but quite often this same pride blinds us to when these systems are used and weaponized against us.

For this we have no defense. We write angry letters. We get mad on Twitter. There was word of a general strike but the UCP has wrapped that in negotiation "red tape". Negotiations that will surely be designed to go nowhere but prevent any real affirmative action at the same time.

My certainty in the motives that I describe in 'Alberta's Great Panderer', isn't just based on what's happening right now with the UCP, it's based on all the work I've compiled here, the forecasts made, the inevitable logical conclusion of these events culminating in a choice for the ultra rich and banker class: vacate Alberta or lose.

Now don't get me wrong, I very much appreciate the work of Markham Hislop and other more "positive" voices but the key missing component to these works is they don't take into account that the banks really couldn't give two fucking shits about you or your family. They don't care about Alberta's future. The banks really don't care about raising people "out of poverty", they deliberately put people into poverty. Debt servitude is the name of their racket as we discussed in the last post.
Something folks on the left don't understand about the oil industry, is the oil industry isn't fighting to keep the oil industry alive for the sake of profit. The oil industry is fighting to stay alive because it is the fuel for infinite growth. Notice how all environmental discussion and methods revolve around how we can maintain our current economic system (which is fundamentally based on infinite growth, a pyramid scheme) in light of the reality infinite growth likely isn't possible. Observe Mark Carney stumble all over this question:
It's a good thing computers run on fairy dust to power all of the additional processing power a virtualized economy will cause. His answer is absolute nonsense. This is why I warned about him in 'Hellberta Strikes Back: WEXIT, Wolf, and War Rooms! OH MY!'. Bankers will put infinite growth before you. Remember this in everything they do. Everything the money powers will do to "fight climate change" is designed to maintain infinite growth in an economy headed towards permanent deflation. Cory Morningstar has excellent research regarding this.

Don't be fooled, if the bankers could fuel infinite growth on renewable energy they'd drop oil in a heartbeat. And also, our current rates of consumption to power GDP are unnecessary this is all in service to the banks. Different economic models are possible, especially with today's technology. Communism, socialism, capitalism, are simply different management systems for infinite growth. Ancient, outdated, we could open source a new economic model today built by the people. We don't need the central bankers, we don't need the politicians that promote infinite growth as the only real concern, they're archaic grifters.

But. We don't.

Around the world numerous countries have been protesting against these types of economic policies. This is not isolated, and the people behind it know exactly what the outcome is going to be. We are not special Canada, and Alberta, we are just another target.

The Federal Reserve didn't restart QE for fun, things are going to get bad this year I believe.
Alberta's doomed economy passed the point of no return, from the eyes of bankers, long ago. These people don't care about the future, they care about how to "get out". What is happening today is the vultures are picking us clean, it's as simple as that. The risks and liabilities are systematically being offloaded from the bank balance sheets, and on to ours, on to that of first nations. The companies leave, pocketing millions. And.. we pay for it. All of it. We've been getting fucked over for 4 decades and this is it folks, I'm telling you, the pot is empty. They have drained Alberta dry.

This is not "politics". It's not "ideology". We are being looted by corrupt banker criminals. Everything that will be taken from us over the next 4 years isn't going to return and the resulting mess will be a pox on the house of Alberta for generations. This is not the Klein years, this is clean up of the job. Mission complete.

The UCP has declared war on the people of Alberta, through their actions and via their establishment of targeted propaganda. We should believe them.

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Richard Fantin is a self-taught software developer who has mostly throughout his career focused on financial applications and high frequency trading. He currently works for CenturyLink

Nazayh Zanidean is a Project Coordinator for a mid-sized construction contractor in Calgary, Alberta. He enjoys writing as a hobby on topics that include foreign policy, international human rights, security and systemic media bias.

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