As it is now just over a month since the seizmic vote to leave the EU I thought I’d take a look at some of the claims being made by the media in regard to the economy post-Brexit. Apart from the sharp dip in the value of the £ nothing else has really happened that wasn’t a feature previously.
Manufacturing has slowed down a bit, as has retail activity but that’s to be expected after all, its the holiday season. People have gone on holiday, kids are on their summer break and so there is slightly less money being spent in shops, the need for temporary staff is still present in certain sectors and where it isn’t then people are covering their colleagues’ positions, as is the norm at this time of year. In fact, its true to say that the armageddon that was supposed to be unleashed by Brexit simply hasn’t happened.
What has happened is there is a slow down in the housing market which has been happening for the last few months in any case and was caused by artificial conditions created by the Cameron government in not building enough new housing, encouraging speculation in the housing market (buy-to-let scheme among others). This particular pimple is taking a hit post-Brexit as there is a sudden realisation that the current levels of high prices for properties, many of them sub-standard, old buildings that should have been demolished years ago have reached their peak. Watch this particular space in the market as this one will take off in a spectacular way in the coming months.
Whispers about the viability of the banking sector is also coming under scrutiny from the ability and capacity of the ECB to prop up ailing economies, particularly those who are trapped in a never-ending cycle of debt are unable to grow their economies to a level where healthy tax receipts would be enough to pay off national debts over a longer period of time. Also whether banks have enough reserves to withstand any further shocks to the economy and the breaking story this week that Chrisine Lagarde would be required to stand trial for her role in a €400 million payout case when she was Finance Minister in France in 2008. It seems the chickens are flying the coop already.
Since 2008 there has been a catalogue of activity by the banking system whereby bankers have continued their activities as usual, despite throwing the odd scapegoat under the bus. The crooks have protected each other and the banks have just got bolder. Giving money to governments and banks who had no way of repaying that money that would just get swallowed up in a black hole of debt. Throwing people out of their homes for lack of money, starving people to death for lack of money, blaming people and governments for mismanagement whilst all the time encouraging those same activities of their victims in the first place.
As night follows day there needs to be a seizmic shift in how money is made, managed and utilised for the good of everyone on the planet. It cannot be that everyone is required to be in debt to banks and to give that power to banks to enslave people forever. This is a Jewish construct which may enrich them, but does not contribute one iota to the well being of communities or the world.
In the Rothschild fervour to enslave everyone in debt they have only brought death upon themselves as, having accrued all the money in the world and killed all the people in the world except for themselves, the goods and services they need as much as anyone else cease to be produced and they themselves die. For what? So they can comfort themselves that they are powerful, that they are strong? Pathetic. Time for change.