The coronavirus is the perfect example of a giant cover-up and of the way that government conceals its mistakes. It only reveals the patsy if the public is outraged and demands someone to blame.
A good friend of mine visited New Zealand last year and described to me how he mentally prepared for a bungy jump. For days, prior to the leap, he bent his knees at the house, counted down from 3 to 1 and actually jumped.
While the average person is gasping for air, trying to find comfort in the fact that he even has a steady job and is able to provide for his family, the wealthy are clueless as to how to make their excess funds work for them.
Doubters haven’t bought into it and Trump haters have downplayed the importance, the significance and the scope of the deal between China and the U.S.
In 2019, every 3-4 days, one central bank somewhere around this spinning planet was cutting interest rates on its government bonds. Investors genuinely realized this passing year that the Federal Reserve was too early to tighten and is now too late to ease.
The consequences of 2008 have put housing out of reach for most Americans. Because of the overwhelming recklessness of sub-prime lending, banks have raised requirements so that applicants for mortgages today have mostly a 760 credit score or higher, in order to get approved.
The general population is beginning to understand that there is no grand recovery coming. The middle class is realizing that the NEW middle class is actually just another way of saying Just Above Survival Class.