Quote of the day—Egon von Greyerz

Debt is likely to grow exponentially in the next 5-10 years, as the world experiences hyperinflation. But we must also remember that as commodities such as food and energy plus many raw materials like precious metals go up exponentially, all the bubble assets (stocks, bonds and property) will implode in real terms.

Egon von Greyerz
July 13, 2022
[We live in interesting times.

Prepare appropriately.—Joe]


10 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Egon von Greyerz

  1. Economic destruction is only part of the plan. It must be understood as but one aspect, or one front if you will, of the broad-spectrum, multi-front war of societal destruction that’s being implemented by power-mad, criminally insane, globalist authoritarians and devil worshipers.

    If you understood the problem you’d understand the solution, and likewise if you understood the solution you’d have a much clearer view of the problem. But if you’re looking at each problem or issue as isolated from the others (the economy, societal morals, gun rights, technology, education, politics, energy supply, the corruption of science and religion, voting irregularities, family values, the war between the sexes, the burgeoning social credit system, food supply, et al) then you’ll never be able to see the proverbial forest for the trees. You could in theory accomplish a total victory for all time on one issue, or one front, and still lose the war so utterly and completely as to make your head spin.

    • Spot on Lyle! They seem to think no one is able to keep up with all the different attacks.
      What I see as a big flaw in the whole program is the end game. Thinking one can destroy society, then emerge as it’s ruler is very conceited. And not likely to happen. (Ask Charlie Manson)
      Just as Bill Ghates or the Chinese buying farmland? Far to many weak links in that chain for it to work.
      Something tells me tech ain’t going to save them.

  2. Hmm, is this not another talking point that the left uses to accuse us of a grand conspiracy? Yet we just view it as reality and common sense.

    The Washington Post article, “On the campaign trail, many Republicans talk of violence”, accuses us of buying into a conspiracy that the left is destroying the country and that civil war is likely.


    Perhaps John Ritch says it best: “Keep your progress where the sun don’t shine.”

    • To funny Chet! Love it.
      To me we should always be compelled to examine the true benefits of the changes we make.
      Are they truly going to make society a better place? Or is it another, oooooh, shiny, type deal that does nothing?
      Like right now I would bet 95% of the world could get along fine with just windows XP.
      How many other useless things in life are we locked into for fun and profit? (Almost always someone else’s.)
      In their zeal, it seems the American communist got ahead of themselves. As the Kulaks have most all the guns this time around.
      Interesting times indeed.
      Thanks again!

    • Progress is in the No. 1 spot on iTunes’ country music chart after the singer promoted the single on former President Donald Trump’s Truth Social platform.

  3. The progressive recipe is simple and hard to resist.

    Build a new product with innovative ideas and gain market share. Fix bugs and innovate some more. Rinse and repeat release after release and year after year while hiring more and more people. Then start over with an even more complicated product.

    Watch your competition follow and repeat the same process which drives you ever harder.

    Eventually, what took 10 minutes in the beginning to learn, now takes days, months, and even years. Users dislike it but continue to use it because it is what they know and have invested in. Likewise for the developers. In self-defense managers, unions, and bureaucracies develop with their protocols layered on top to try to manage the complexity,

    Humans are not good with complexity involving more than the number of fingers on their hands. We’ll soon recognize how fragile this world is that we have built and just how many nails we will be missing starting with fossil fuels.

  4. The looting of the treasury by the criminals in power will continue as long as they can possibly keep the system propped up. Eventually of course the whole thing must collapse. But it’s utterly amazing how long they can keep the insanity going.
    And many many people are in denial, they simply refuse to believe that the dollar could ever collapse, the economy could ever implode or America/the West could ever fall. And denial is a powerful thing at times.

    • It’s been shown that about 80% of people simply go along to get along. In whatever system that is imposed on them.
      And a classically trained communist is taught that history is wrote by determined minorities.
      Couple that with the fact that propaganda is meant to force you into excepting something you know is a lie.
      And you have a very weak threshold on actual power. That’s why even the smallest infraction, J6, is treated as a monster. When it’s truly as tough and real as Sandy Cortez.
      Those in true power, those controlling all this, know it. And are actively destroying the US on propose.
      Not sure what they think their going to gain. As the end state is millions of hard-ass shooters that won’t be in the mode for drag-queen story hour. Or Bill Ghates telling them he owns this land. So you and your family have to starve because I say so.
      But here we go again.

  5. I am not so optimistic. People during the great depression were quite compliant with an administration that greatly expanded its authority.

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