If readers have listened to the Corbett Report’s, “How Big Oil Conquered The World”, this will be easy to understand.
Australian Media Finally Calls Out Davos ‘Great Reset’ Agenda
October 12, 2020
This week, Sky News Australia contributor and former Australian Senator Cory Bernardi, tore open the debate on COVID after calling out a globalist agenda which few in mainstream media have dared to mention so far.
Since lockdowns began in March of 2020, few have challenged the government rationale for voluntarily imploding their economies and destroying communities and societies – based on a guess that coronavirus might kill tens of millions of citizens.
However, Bernardi believes that the COVID-19 pandemic hysteria is being used as the Trojan horse for a globalist agenda hatched out of the World Economic Forum in Davos. It’s called The Great Reset, and its designed by elite billionaires supposedly to bring about ‘social and economic change.’
“There is something unusual about the continuing pandemic panic,” said Bernardi.
“Medical experts now acknowledge that lockdowns don’t work….Now none of that makes any sense until you open your mind to consider if there is another agenda at work.”
This interview covers many of the things you both have been telling readers. It is well worth their time.
MAMINAR — WILLIAMS, GREYERZ AND STOEFERLE – NAVIGATING THE DISCONNECT BETWEEN MARKETS AND ECONOMY WITH A GOLD COMPASS
October 13, 2020
In this most recent MAMINAR, Egon von Greyerz exchanges pertinent thoughts on the economy and markets with Matterhorn Asset Management advisors, Ronni Stoeferle and Grant Williams. This timely discussion covers an extraordinary range of topics, beginning with the obvious disconnect between rising securities markets and the greatest economic downturn since the Great Depression.
Ronni and Egon address the exponential functions of rising global money supplies coupled with decades of extreme credit expansion as dual (and undeniable) tailwinds for risk assets. Since the Federal Reserve’s birth in 1913, it took 80 years to produce its first trillion dollars. In 2020, the Fed created a similar level of trillion-dollar liquidity in 5 months.
Grant reminds that central banks like the Fed are essentially new branches of government and that a powerful combination of central bank currency creation and extreme fiscal policies (i.e. deficit-spending) have been a clear liquidity boon for the favored stock markets. He warns, however, how the vast majority of election-focused politicians have conveniently confused the Fed-supported stock market with the collapsing economy, a tempting yet dangerous mistake. The media’s equal obsession with managing the “optics” of a rising stock market despite economic disaster signs all around us is of equal and telling concern.