Friday, March 20, 2020


Warning: this post contains difficult subject matter.

I've never felt the need to put a warning about the contents of a post before but at the same time my twitter and blog have been pretty successful of flying under the radar, until recently that is. This blog doesn't deal in feel goods, I don't close off every post with some positive bullshit action you can take to make yourself feel better. The intended target of my posts has always been critical thinkers, people that can handle this information and make personal decisions with it. I don't aim to "save the world", hell I can barely save myself. I'm in the same boat as all of you, and in some ways my ability to identify problematic patterns in the system is a curse. I hate seeing them. I don't like writing, I don't like posting, I don't like tweeting, I'd rather relax and write code and enjoy my life and let those dedicated to the profession of writing handle delivering the bad news.

Not the way life works, unfortunately. The urge to write when I see patterns I feel others are ignoring is extraordinarily strong. If I don't direct my thoughts somewhere it tears my own life apart. I'll pace around my house, ranting to anyone or anything I see. Writing this blog, and recording these observations, helps me personally. Yet I still don't feel good about it. Every time I tweet, every time I post, I question it. I doubt if I should press send, or not. I then spend time reading, and re-reading, and re-reading what I wrote; to ensure the accuracy, to question my assumptions, and ultimately to decide if I should hit delete. The more traffic I attract the longer and harder I think about pressing send.

I'm a huge introvert, I don't like attention of any kind, I hate being in the spotlight. To give you an idea what this means: enacting social distancing in my life for COVID-19 has changed literally nothing, aside from now instead of working from home a few days a month it's every day for the foreseeable future. Otherwise, nothing has changed, my life feels the same. I do the same things, alone, that I always did alone. In the years since I've been an outlier of the Alberta political scene maybe a handful of people have actually met me in person.

For the last 8 years my work has been able to go relatively unnoticed, hitting the targeted folks. I've had a small but steady following of critical thinkers and that has been all I ever intended to reach. I don't aim to be published, I don't aim to do interviews, or provide advice. I deliberately make my work unprintable. There is nothing special about what I do that every other person can't also do (and of which I really wish they would) other than being open minded.

In the time since I restarted my blog for the express purpose of opposing the UCP I've been in awe at which the agenda I had originally identified - first in Alberta's Great Panderer and then in subsequent posts as more information became available and actions observed - has so quickly come into the public view. My forecasts are generally quite accurate, but usually over a time frame of years (unless a specify specifically a time frame) not a few short months. The obvious nature of Kenney's agenda and his hastily sloppy authoritarian approach to ramming his agenda through as quickly as possible regardless how it affects his popularity.

In fact events have now exceeded my forecasts, as now Stephen Harper himself has joined Jason Kenney's new "economic recovery panel".
So now Stephen Harper which as I discuss in Alberta's Great Panderer is, of Harper & Associates that advises corporations and works on their behalf to earn profit and which shares an office with Dentons law firm that is the corrupt sole sourced contract for the "public inquiry" into "foreign funded activists", chairman of the IDU that helps political campaigns win with the use of technology, strategy, and organization, and which had a meeting with investors prior to the UCP's election that was closed to media in which he discussed privately ways he could see the industry regaining ground; this person has a direct public hand in how this province will be handling it's "economic recovery". This is blatant fucking criminality folks. This panel is an absolute fucking scam. Stupid corrupt fuckwad UCP.
"Broad Picture". Yes, Albertans, think of a giant picture of the rich looting Alberta dry and leaving all of their junk assets in it's place, purchased by taxpayers. "It's not crisis work for them - it's broad picture stuff". Yea! You know.. broad picture! fucking dumb peasants, what do ya want... like... details? You're too stupid for anything beyond "broad picture", leave it to the experts like Jack Mintz to know the nitty gritties.

Anyway, as I was saying. Kenney's agenda has come into view at lightning speed. Fuckin' ludicrous speed. He's gone plaid.

Kenney the plaid pandering cun-try-boy
This has resulted in a much larger following and far more attention than I was expecting as while normally my work would take years to pan out this all happened in a few months. It wasn't hard to piece together, you just had to look at the dots and see the world through the proper lens. A lens free of false idols, gods, ideologies. See the system for what the system is: not here for you.

Typically when I used to write, I didn't focus explicitly on battling a government. I analyzed geopolitics, and as far as I was concerned my work was complete. I already talked about everything that I know that is to come and none of it has changed. Nothing has changed. But to understand Kenney's agenda, you need to understand what is driving world events. The rich do not give two flying fucks about you. Neither do those who bootlick for the rich, for those are the ones that want to be the rich.

I have people looking to me for answers now and stuff, and I don't like it. Scares the shit outta me. All of my understanding I owe to Michael C. Ruppert, the guy was a fucking genius. I don't believe in leaders. Stop looking for leaders! These fucking idiots haven't lead shit except a march towards unsustainable infinite growth. This economic panel is to figure out how to keep infinite growth going at your expense.

They want to potentially suspend the carbon tax along with the bailout of the companies and the cleaning of the wells for them; which as I wrote about back in 2014 in my post "A carbon tax is never going to work for the same reason no carbon tax is never going to work" is exactly why carbon taxes or any real attempt to do anything will never work! As soon as infinite growth is threatened all regulations, controls, "red-tape" go out the window. What in the fuck is suspending it going to do anyway? Banks are just printing whatever currency they need to, the taps have been turned on full tilt. None of it means anything, and we can't print our way out of this crisis. But we're sure as fuck gunna try! None of the types of conversations that should be happening regarding this are happening. Instead it's all about "how do we get currency to companies, keep companies operating so they can pay their bills and loans". Etc.

All of this is to keep the infinite growth ponzi-conomy going, none of it has anything to do with making sure you're healthy, you're safe, you're taken care of. They don't care if you can get supplies, they just care that you and the corporations of course have money to pay the loans and to maybe buy some stuff.

Sure, for the moment some loans are on hold, mortgages on hold, all this is temporary while they sort out the liquidity and lockdowns take place. That won't last. Eventually we're coming out the other side of this into the true crisis: the remains of the fake fiat financial system.
Why aren't governments providing guidelines on supplies to survive lockdown or self-isolation? Instead you have them telling people not to "panic buy". Get fucked, don't let these assholes shame you into being unprepared. I'm not saying to go hoard all the toilet paper (how much do these people shit? a single 24 pack lasts me like 2 months) but at this point in time if you're able I'd say you probably want at least a 1-2 month supply of food just in case. Call me an alarmist if you want but it's food; you're gunna eat it in any event. I've also personally stocked up on items like propane for my portable BBQ, and emergency candles/lighters.

This isn't panic buying, it's pre-panic buying. I don't want to be buying during the real panic and I'd suggest you don't either. The real panic hits if supply lines collapse, that's what you need to be prepared for whether it comes or it doesn't because if it does then it's a little too late in'it? Statements like this don't give me much hope on the subject:
Like fucking duh. Yea, I know, food security is not compromised right now. That's why I'm buying my food right now. Don't listen to fuckwad Kenney, don't wait for it to be compromised before you "panic buy". Compromised supply chains aren't planned in advanced, you're not going to get advanced notice.

Do you see the pattern emerging?

You can see it in Trump too that has been downplaying the crisis despite the U.S. having ample warning. Trump is not the entire US government, I see everyone saying this is all because of Trump and his incompetence, much as I see people write Kenney's misdeeds off as incompetence. But the US is a giant apparatus, their response is not "Trump's fault". but it's convenient to blame him as the alternative reality, that the US has chosen not to prepare it's population despite them knowing full well what the results will be, might be pretty scary and upsetting to the bubble of freedumb a lot of folks live in. The US empire is good for you and cares about you and loves you and wants you to pay your loans, remember to repeat your mantra.
The 100-page report was published March 13 by the Department of Health and Human Services. The New York Times was the first to report on the document which was marked "unclassified" and "not for public distribution." 
The government's predictions about the pandemic included the following:
  • "A pandemic will last 18 months or longer and could include multiple waves of illness."
  • "Supply chain and transportation impacts due to ongoing COVID-19 outbreak will likely result in significant shortages for government, private sector, and individual U.S. consumers."
  • "Increasing COVID-19 suspected or confirmed cases in the U.S. will result in increased hospitalizations among at-risk individuals, straining the healthcare system."
These forecasts were part of a section of the report where the government offered several assumptions about the virus to help them craft a response plan.
Let me make this real clear folks: the government is not going to warn you of a pending supply shortage. Let me make something else clear: they are expecting you to revolt. This is as true in the U.S. as it is in Canada. We will not be warned. So if you're thinking: well people will get mad and they don't want that? Yea, they thought about that and that's why they armed all the police with military hardware and have been training them for 2 decades all around the world now to deal with the inevitable revolt of the collapse of the fiat infinite growth ponzi-conomy. Don't believe me? You don't think our police forces are ready to treat you like shit? Go watch Press for Truth's "Into The Fire".

This cute little training exercise wasn't just for fun.

I now very strongly believe that the economic fall out from the Russia/Saudi price war and COVID-19 will absolutely be used to cover for the final collapse of the US banking sector and the move away from the US dollar as a reserve currency as I described in the last post. An unprepared panicky public definitely doesn't hurt that process, does it? The more excuses the better, anything excuses, other than the truth: that the banking system is fraudulent, the derivative bubble never went away, and the reason for the 10 year "bull market" was entirely due to central banks. We never recovered from 2008, so no matter how much they print now, how much they loan, how low interest rates go, they can never do more than they already did to counter the last bubble, and now this bubble is collapsing due to a real global crisis, not just a severe problem like conventional peak oil.

We're at a crossroads now, globally. It's an opportunity and either the people, or the elite will be the ones to seize it. Whatever the world and economic system, and the winners and losers, look like coming out on the other side will be decided by those that seize the opportunity in front of us to advance change. The economic system has been exposed as naked, incapable of handling a real problem, don't fall in to the trap of asking for money. Now is the time to start talking about priorities, how things need to be organized, and lessons learned. Don't talk about cheques, talk about food. Don't talk about rent, talk about housing. If we don't I assure you those losing control of the system will and whatever they have in mind will be shitty for you, and me.

Regarding the price war the U.S. hilariously said it would "intervene". They'll try to put some diplomatic shit up Saudi's ass (won't work) and have said they will resort to sanctions against Russia. Yes, that's right, sanctions. Sanctions, an act of war, to raise oil prices. The US is at war and it's their currency under attack. Understand this. In response Putin basically said: fuck you. So that's that, Alberta better get comfortable - especially since the Canadian Energy Centre still hasn't written them a stern letter of it's own. What a stupid fucking "war room" eh? Can't even "war".

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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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