Quote of the day—Michael Krieger

In my writings, when I first came out of Wall Street, I focused on debt, I focused on economics and I focused on financial markets. I did all of that stuff, but I stopped doing that for one simple reason. It was obvious to me . . . that this thing had only one way to go, which is a complete collapse of everything. We’re going to need to start over. There’s too much debt. There’s too much corruption. There’s too much BS. There’s too much war. There’s too much everything that is bad in this world, and debt is one aspect of it. Are we going to have to wipe out the debts one way or the other? Of course, we will. I guess the reason I have stopped talking about that and writing about that is because it is so obvious. So, what I have been doing over the last three years is getting people aware and engaged on everything, not just the economics, but the political corruption. Every single industry in this world is basically hitting peak corruption, peak shadiness, peak violence and peak everything. So, it’s not just the debt or the economies that are going to collapse, it’s everything, the political establishment and the social fabric. All of these things we have been living under our entire lives will be replaced by something else. . . . The only question is, are we going to get something better or are we going to get something worse?

Michael Krieger
July 3, 2016
Disintegration & Overthrow of Global Elite Regime-Michael Krieger
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7 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Michael Krieger

  1. If we let the same people be in charge of the banks and the government that got us here, it will be worse. Without some SERIOUS turnover in leadership, it will be worse. Much, much worse.

    • Yes, definitely. Your money is pretty much worthless anyway, so you could just send it over to me while you’re at it.

    • If you agreed to pay, then pay.

      Or do you wish you could be dishonest, and you’re just waiting for a good excuse?

      This may be THE question in all of this. They way we go all to hell as a society is through the process of demoralization. I’ve had a number of self-described pro Americans, or libertarians, or conservatives say things similar to what you asked there. The attitude being that if the Progressives are going or be dishonest, corrupt and violent, while accusing us of being dishonest, corrupt and violent, then “I may as well become what I’m accused of being, because I have nothing to lose” or something to that effect. What that means is, you’re dishonest, corrupt and violent at heart, and the only reason you haven’t acted out on it is because you want to maintain some public image for your benefit.

      If the enemy can win you over so easily, just by offering an example for you to follow, then go. Stop paying your bills, pick up a gun, go shoot yourself some cops or whatever and become a pirate. I want nothing to do with you.

      • I think the cops are pretty much the definition of an oppressed and exploited people here. They get paid some money (but not an outlandish amount compared to what Clinton(s) and Soros and others of that ilk) to do the bidding of the ruling class and take the fall when that bidding gets unpopular. The people that should take the fall are the elected fascists and the people in the government who make the policy and the regulations based on the policy that the lower ranks enforce. This is why common sense gun control is so important, and why common sense gun control always leans only one way. The guilty parties want to avoid the consequences of their actions when it isn’t just the poorest people who decide they’ve nothing to lose and to start slitting throats to use Mencken’s phrase..

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