Coronavirus Investigative Committee with Matt Ehret Sept 9/22- Royals and Banker Coups
In this week’s edition of the Coronavirus Investigative Committee, I was invited to showcase the content of the new CP documentary "Why Assume there will be a 2024 Election" where the history of the 1930s-1940s clash of systems was explored with a focus on General Smedley Butler's brave whistle-blowing, Ferdinand Pecora's war on Wall Street and the rise of a eugenics-laced religion of fascism rising the USA, Canada and Europe.
The important matter fascism’s ugly return in our present day with a focus on Biden’s jarring speech in Independence Hall and the anti-human character of the new British Empire under the helm of King Charles were also key topics addressed in this presentation.
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Western kakistocracy has been killing the world for 3,000 years.
I very much like your comments at the end of the interview. I'm an American. When Trump first announced his candidacy in 2015, I joked that America didn't have an economic reset button. We couldn't declare bankruptcy as Trump had done a few times in his business life. At the time, the US national debt was around 18-19 trillion USD and rising with no end in sight. It's now over 30 trillion and they just keep creating "money" out of thin air.
I've come to the realization that the only way to stop their evil plans of CBDC, one world government, and bugs for dinner is to do exactly that. We must forgive all debt globally and return to national fiat currencies backed by something we can all agree has value (like gold). The international banking system must be disbanded. The US federal banks must be disbanded. I believe we can accomplish this and make people whole with minimal disruption to human life and dignity. The banksters and the oligarchs will not like it, but who cares. They are thieves and/or descendants of thieves. It's time.
I'm not a financial person, so I'm not burdened with the "we can't do that" mentality. Yes, people are very attached to their money and their stuff. Most of us, myself included, may experience negative impacts; but the alternative is contrary to human flourishing and will be very hard and costly to undo.